Support Worker (Nights)

Holland House, Wales
Job Reference No: MHHO142686
Salary: £20,000-£30,000
Contract Type: Permanent - Full Time
Closing Date: 15/12/2022
Night Support Worker – Holland House, Denbigh, LL16 3LG
  • Full-time
  • 37.5 hours per week
  • £10.07 – £10.74 per hour (dependent on experience) plus 20p per hour night shift allowance

About the Role

The key purpose of the role of Night Support Worker is to ensure the safety of the Home and it’s Service Users in the absence of other staff, offering appropriate care and support to individuals in accordance with person specific care plans and risk assessments.

The successfully appointed Night Support Worker will be required to be aware of current issues relating to Service Users’ health and wellbeing by means of a handover from outgoing staff and by reading daily records. It will also be necessary for them to complete, as required, night log summary sheets and any other documentation, including diaries etc.

A Night Support Worker will be able to interact with Service Users, encouraging a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Holland House

Holland House and Holland Villas are a residential service based in the historic town of Denbigh. We are an 11 bedded home that offers independent living for young adults aged 18 + with a primary Mental Health diagnosis (functional).

The purpose of our services is to support our residents with everyday life such as, introduce and develop life skills such as managing finances, promoting independence, gaining work experience within the community, attending college courses, cooking, cleaning, communication, confidence building and companionship. Our aim to assist residents to step down to less support within the community.

We recruit staff that are willing to learn, have life skills and empathy and are able to put others first. You must be able to demonstrate compassion, patience and understanding. Have excellent listening skills and be able to encourage and motivate others.

Our existing team come with differing skills and personalities that meet the needs of the residents.

What MHC can offer

It is an exciting time to join MHC as our team are looking for committed individuals who will genuinely care, support and protect the adults we look after. If you have the compassion, commitment and capability to work for us, we will give you a career that you can be proud of.

Through a combination of online learning, comprehensive training, coaching and a supportive environment, we’re committed to helping you flourish and deliver excellent standards of care to the people we support.

Benefits of working with us;

  • Competitive pay
  • Long service reward at year 5
  • Career development and training
  • Work place pension
  • Free meals and on-site parking
  • Free eye care vouchers
  • Blue light card discounts
  • Enhanced maternity package
  • Refer a friend bonus scheme
  • Flexible working with opportunities for overtime

How to apply

If you are an experienced Support Worker, or if you feel you can make a real difference to the lives of others, we want to hear from you! Please complete the short application or upload your CV. Alternatively for an informal discussion about this role you can contact Crystal Pritchard on 01745 814327 or the MHC Workforce Team on 01824 572020.

MHC are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all who believe they fit the essential requirements for this role regardless of their race, sex, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnership, pregnancy/maternity, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

(All successful applicants must be at least 18 years old)

(We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).

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Holland House

Holland House and Holland Villas are community focused residential homes offering a homely environment in Denbighshire for up to 11 men and women aged 18+ with a diagnosis of a functional mental health condition. They may also have associated issues such as personality disorder, mild learning disability and/or substance misuse that lead to complex behaviours.

Its location in the heart of the community, close to local amenities, helps people prepare for independent living with support from staff.