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Recruitment Open Day - Specialist Support Worker

Job Introduction

We are Eden Futures, and we deliver exceptional support services for people aged 18 and over who have learning disabilities, autism, mental ill health and associated complex needs.

We’re delighted to be holding a Recruitment Event for our brand new Supported Living Services in Crewe! Come in and talk to our friendly team and find out more about our Support Worker vacancies and benefits working with Eden Futures.

Date: Friday 28th June 2024

Location: Crewe Jobcentre, Wellington House, Delamere Street, Crewe, CW1 2JY

Time: 10:00am - 3:00pm 

We will have the facility to conduct interviews on the day. Please bring ID documents such as valid photo ID, proof of address and reference details for your previous employment / education.

*Roles are paid at an hourly rate of £12.00. The salary shown is as a per annum equivalent for information only and based on 42 hours per week. NLW applies and will be pro rata'd based on contracted hours.

We are flexible regarding Full or Part-Time hour contracts, we will also consider candidates who may be looking for Bank. Shifts can vary across Days, Nights and Weekends, offering you the flexibility to work around commitments you may already have. 

Successful candidates will be required to have an Enhanced DBS check prior to commencing employment.

When you first join Eden Futures, you will be paid for completing a comprehensive Induction Programme involving face-to-face training, e-learning and shadowing experienced members of your team.

Main Responsibility

  • Support service users to lead a full and active life in line with their wishes and choices, considering their assessed needs and individual support and care plans, participating in the development of plans where applicable
  • Support individuals to stay safe, taking appropriate action to safeguard their welfare and protect them from abuse wherever possible
  • Provide emotional support when needed, maintaining a person-centred approach
  • Support service users to participate in chosen social activities and services in their community, manage their finances and medication responsibly, help with practical tasks around the home, and respectfully support with personal care, hygiene and healthcare
  • You will be an informal point of contact for those in the service users circle of support (e.g. Families and Social Workers)
  • Accurately report and record any issues related to the care and support of our Service Users to monitor their health and wellbeing
  • Comply with Health and Safety regulations and have regard for the Health, Safety and Welfare of others
  • Form appropriate relationships with those we care for and maintain professional boundaries in work.
  • Work within organisational policies, procedures and guidance.
  • Committed to demonstrating the organisations values and behaviours in their work.

The Ideal Candidate

  • Caring and compassionate, having a genuine passion for wanting to help our service users lead a full and active life to enable them to achieve as much independence as possible
  • We understand that not everyone has experience of working in the care sector, and that’s why we recruit individuals based on their values
  • Ability to remain positive when there are challenging days - you have the chance to positively influence how someone feels and that is no small thing

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