Support Worker (Bank)

Meols Drive, England
Job Reference No: MHMD142715
Salary: £10.10-£10.74 per hour
Contract Type: Bank
Closing Date: 14/12/2022

Support Worker (Bank) – Meols Drive, Hoylake, CH47 4AQ

Salary: £10.10 – £10.74 per hour

Desirable/ Requirements: QCF Level 2 Health & Social Care or willing to work towards

Hours of Work: Flexible hours to suit / as and when required

Contract Type: Bank

Benefits of Working with us:

  • Meals Provided
  • 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

Company Funded Benefits: Free DBS check, Flu vaccination and Hepatitis B vaccination

About the Role: We have a vacancy for you to join an existing friendly team, supporting individuals with a mental health diagnosis to achieve their outcomes and feel safe and valued. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate compassion, understanding and empathy at all times.

If you are ready for an exciting and varied role where you may; assist someone to learn new skills this may be through local colleges or getting out and about visiting family and places of interest, enjoying hobbies, leisure interests and much more besides then we would like to hear from you.

It may be that you want a change, fresh start or just want to bring your skills to a new service, where at the same time you can benefit from support and guidance from the management team. There will be an opportunity for you to access our bespoke training package.

The ideal candidate for this post will have experience in learning disabilities and mental health issues (however this is not essential). Within this role you will need an understanding of, medication procedures, safeguarding policies and procedures, motivation skills, be self-motivated, flexible and organised.

Skills: Strong communicator, creative, motivated, ability to cope in challenging situations, understand and support individuals to lead a good quality of life whilst achieving positive outcomes along the way.

About the Service: Situated in the coastal town of Hoylake, Meols Drive boasts panoramic views over Liverpool bay and the Royal Liverpool Golf Course. The service provides residential with nursing support to men (aged 18years+) living with a learning disability and/ or additional complex needs including Autism and Mental Health conditions.

All of your colleagues will work together and as part of a dedicated, qualified and capable staff team who put the people living here at the heart of what we do.

Join our new leadership team, 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 and plenty of opportunity to achieve your ambitions!

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.

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 Konie Bwoni on 0151 632 7010 or 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).

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Support Worker (Bank)

Meols Drive

Meols Drive is a purpose built residential home in Hoylake, Wirral, for up to 12 men aged 18+ who have a diagnosis of a learning disability and complex and/or mental health needs.

Based in the heart of the community with ample gardens, it provides care and rehabilitation to enhance opportunities for individuals to live as independently as possible.