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Telephone: 01243 542 714
Senior Support Worker - 20 hours per week
Starting salary of £18,926 pro rata rising to £19,317 pro rata following successful completion of probation
Rising further to £19,748 pro rata based on gaining a Diploma in Health & Social Care Level 3
New hourly rates effective from 1 September 2019 -
- £9.68 per hour
- rising to £9.88 on completion of probation
- rising further to £10.10 on gaining a Health & Social Care Diploma/NVQ Level 3
We are a national charity providing creative support services across England to adults who have a learning disability. We provide a range of services including Supported Living, Residential and Day Services. We believe in the principle of ‘every moment has potential’ and incorporate this in the provision of all our services. Our support staff are at the forefront of this and on a day-to-day basis you will ensure that Support Worker colleagues deliver the highest standard of care.
What we will offer you:
- A comprehensive induction/development programme with support from your manager and a Learning and Development Specialist.
- An opportunity to develop and use your creative ideas and plan your career development.
- 20 days holiday rising to 25 days after the first year, plus eight bank holidays
What we expect from you:
- To be able to work varied flexible hours including evenings/weekends and on-call duties
- To be committed to ensuring people have great lives
- To be a role model to Support Workers to deliver great support and assist the Registered Manager to monitor, report and maintain agreed standards
- To drive Hft vehicles
Join us and help us change lives.
STRICTLY NO AGENCIES PLEASE
Hft’s usual terms and conditions apply.
Hft is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. As a Disability Confident Employer, Hft is helping to ensure that disabled people have the same opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations that people without disabilities do.
Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure check against the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Having a criminal record may not bar you from employment.