Adult Support Worker
Full Job Description
Role: Adult Care Worker
Salary: £21,039.20 - £21,437.00 per annum (£9.52 - £9.70 per hour) plus £45 per sleep in
Hours: 43.5 hours per week; as per rota
Location: Colsterworth, Lincolnshire
Essential: The willingness to work towards a funded Adult Care Worker Level 2 Apprenticeship and the Right to Work in the UK
Everyone deserves an incredible future!
Become an Adult Care Worker with Options Autism and start working towards yours.
Millfield House is an attractive Edwardian House set in beautiful grounds based in Colsterworth. The home is a dedicated Adult services facility for residents with a diagnosis of autism, severe learning difficulties and associated challenging behaviour. The building and grounds have been adapted to cater for the residents complex needs with the opportunity for the residents to have privacy, but also to be able to access communal spaces for recreation and the development of independent living skills.
This home is based in Colsterworth and is within commuting distance of Nottingham, Peterborough, Leicester and surrounds.
This is a role with an exciting career and development plan, structured to ensure our staff are trained, supported, and continually developed. We want to give you the best possible toolkit, to deliver outstanding care and support to our Adults and help them achieve incredible outcomes.
There will be a thorough induction, fully expensed training courses, the opportunity to be enrolled on an accredited diploma and pairing with a buddy, which together will help you expand your knowledge, get qualifications, and prepare to become a Qualified Adult Care Worker. It is an incredible opportunity to launch your career and see it flourish.
Options Autism Work directly with autistic Adults who exhibit a wide range of abilities, from non-verbal to high-functioning and you will be patient and compassionate and, most of all, dependable – working hard to forge a much-needed relationship of trust with those in your care.
This will involve creatively learning about the adults interests as well as their dislikes and their triggers, using that connection as a launchpad for a rewarding relationship. A passion for this kind of relationship-building is essential.
You will be responsible for the wellbeing of the adults in your care. This will include chaperoning the adults to appointments and activities, completing relevant paperwork, undertaking household tasks, and where appropriate administering medication.
Working as part of an incredible team of committed care workers, you will co-operate and share knowledge and learning to the benefit of great care. Excellent communication skills are essential, both in terms of teamwork and – most importantly – as you will be in close contact with the adults you care for.
Kindness is key. In this role, a warm smile can make a massive difference.
Who are we are looking for?
You don’t need any experience to join our team. If you come from hospitality, the army, outdoor activity centres or an office-based job but are eager to help vulnerable adults to live happy, fulfilling lives, this is the role for you.
We know that the adults in our care can be challenging, and we are looking for Care Workers who are up for that challenge. You will be patient and resilient, and able to recognise the reward in transforming a life. You will take care of everyday needs, using a calm, reliable approach that builds trust and confidence.
You will be friendly, approachable, and kind in your dealings with the adults. You will be committed to giving them the space and opportunity to thrive, playing your part in creating a nurturing environment in which they can fulfil their potential.
You will play a key role in the smooth-running of the site, and you will have a good grasp of safety and hygiene, and a conscientious dedication to the adult’s wellbeing. This is a role in which attention to detail really counts – and one that touches the real lives of people every day
Why join Options Autism?
- We are a values-driven organisation that puts people first
- We provide continuous professional development to take your career further
- Funded accredited courses to develop your career
- Discounted Gym membership and shopping vouchers
- We build our bonds through a great social events calendar
- Our Your Wellbeing Matters initiative provides total support
- Our Employees Rewards Hub offers great rewards such as discount vouchers
- Holidays are equivalent to 5.6 weeks per annum
- £21,039.20 - £21,437.00 per annum (£9.52 - £9.70 per hour) plus £45 per sleep in
- Earn £1000 by referring a friend
- Further earning potential through sleep ins and overtime
We are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. All successful applicants will be subject to fully Enhanced DBS.
Care assistant/ Support worker/ Adults care worker/ Adult development /Working with Adults/ Autism practitioner/ Career/ Trainee
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Wherever you work – whether in a city location or one of our more rural settings – you’ll be part of one dynamic family, aiming high and dreaming big, and helping the people we work with achieve their own personal goals
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