Job Posted: 25 Mar 2017
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      Care Support Worker / Supported Living Care Home

      £17,000-£19,000| Basingstoke| Permanent

      £17,000-£19,000| Basingstoke| Permanent

      Job Title: Care Support Worker / Supported Living Care Home

      Locations: Basingstoke, Hampshire

      Salary: £17,000 - £19,500 OTE

      Hours of work: Full time rota basis (average 40 hours per week, over a 2 week rolling rota) and sleep-ins

       

      Do you want to work for an OUTSTANDING company then apply immediately!

      Care Opportunities is a specialist independent social care provider for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and challenging behaviour. Since being founded in 2005, Care Opportunities has delivered specialist health and social care within a safe supportive environment to individuals in Surrey and North Hampshire and were graded 'Outstanding' with their Residential Home in 2016 and recently achieved ‘Outstanding’ with their three Supported Living Homes in their latest CQC inspection.

       

      We are now looking for Support Workers / Care Workers with an interest in working with vulnerable adults with challenging behaviour and learning disabilities.

       

      Benefits of Support Worker at Care Opportunities:

      • Guaranteed Full Time Hours

      • Promotion Opportunities

      • Excellent pay OTE £19,500 (Basic Up to £17K depending on experience + sleep-ins – Overtime opportunities.)

      • Full training and opportunity to undertake Health & Social Care diploma qualifications up to level 4 as well as service specific training

      • 20 paid holiday + 8 Bank Holidays

      • Monthly supervision

      • Employee of the month

      • Company Christmas Party

      • Team Building Events

      • The successful candidate will receive a £500 sign on bonus with this position!

      • Yearly Bonus scheme (Up to £4000 per annum depending on years of service with the company)

       

      Job Purpose

      In accordance with National Minimum Standards and The White Paper Valuing People, the staff member will endeavour to contribute and participate in providing quality care and life experiences to the service user based upon the six basic values of privacy, dignity, independence, choice, rights and fulfilment. To be available to work and help provide a therapeutic, supportive, structured and relaxed environment in which service users can develop and enjoy their lives.

       

      If you would like to work for us, we promise a great future with excellent benefits and training but most of all, a real chance to make a difference to our service users' lives! Get involved and apply today...