Benefits of Working with us:
- Meals Provided
- On-site parking available
- Free Eye Care Vouchers
- Enhancement for Night Shifts
- Work Place Pension with Legal & General
- Enhanced payments for Bank Holidays
- Comprehensive Learning & Development Package
- Progression Opportunities
- We also offer Health & Social Care QCF qualifications
- Learning & Development to support Autism Accreditation
Company Funded Benefits: Free DBS check, Flu vaccination and Hepatitis B vaccination.
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 successful 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.
About the Service: Elm is a residential services for up to 8 adults (18 years and over) who have a diagnosis of Autism, a learning disability and behaviours that may challenge. At Elm we endeavour to treat others, as we would wish to be treated ourselves, with respect, dignity and kindness.
The service at Elm is designed to promote the well-being of each person to live a complete and fulfilled life through a person centred approach. The service follows a Person Centred Planning model so that each resident’s care and support is individualised to their particular needs. Each resident is encouraged and supported in many ways to play an active role in their own care and decision making process. Important elements of the service include the individualised activities programmes together with maintaining family contact and social networks whilst currently working towards Autism Accreditation.
Equal Opportunities: 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, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
How to Apply: Please complete the short application and upload your CV, alternatively for an informal discussion about this role you can contact MHC Workforce on 01824 572020.
(We reserve the right to bring forward our closing date, without notice in the event of high volumes of interest).