fbpx
Loading...

Senior Support Worker – Rosendale

Basic Job Overview

> Senior Support Worker – Rosendale<
> Tenby <
> Job Type: Full Time / Permanent <
> Salary: £12.50 – £13.25/hour <

—————————————————————————————————–

About The Role

Senior Support Worker – Rosendale, Lydstep – Hourly rate from £12.50 for a trainee role to £13.25 – Full time – 43.4 hours a week
*This role requires you to have a drivers license*
 
Orbis Education and Care are seeking a dedicated and passionate Senior support worker to join our compassionate and energetic team at our Rosendale home and we want you to be part of our mission! We provide specialist care and education services for children and adults with complex needs that are associated with autism. We know that when you support people as a whole, they can be the very best and happiest version of themselves every day. We take adperson-centred approach to everything we do; focusing on personal strengths, interests, and aspirations to empower children to enjoy a life that is active, socially valued and fulfilling.

As a Senior Support Worker at Rosendale, you will play a crucial role in the lives of our individuals, supporting their daily activities, educational needs, and personal development. You will work closely with a magnificent team including teachers, therapists and other support workers to create a nurturing and inclusive environment. 
 
About our home Rosendale 
Located in Lydstep, with views of the sea and the rolling Pembrokeshire hills, Rosendale offers a calm, supportive and homely living environment for up to six adults from the age of 18. Adults living at Rosendale also have access to the facilities at Orbis' Bangeston Hall in Pembroke Dock, including allotments, gardens, a huge polytunnel, smallholding, art room, music room and much more.
 
Care at Rosendale is individually tailored with adults placed at the centre of their own developmental pathway. We support adults to play an active and valued role in their community supported by meaningful and engaging activities, leisure and learning programmes. 

Responsibilities:

Lead and supervise a team of dedicated support workers, fostering a positive and collaborative atmosphere. 
Provide high-quality, person centred care to our residents with autism and other complex needs. 
Assist in the creating and implementing of personalised care plans to meet individual needs and goals. 
Encourage independence and life skills development in the residents. 
Promote a safe and stimulating environment, ensuring the emotional and physical well-being of all of our residents. 
Liaise with family, guardians and external professionals to ensure effective communication and continuity of care. 
Support the management team in administrative tasks and staff training.Requirements:

Previous experience in a support worker role within a care or education setting is absolutely essential. 
NVQ Level 3 in Health and Social Care
A passion for working with individuals with complex needs. 
Strong leadership and communication skills. 
Ability to work flexibly and adapt to changing needs and situations. 
A driving license is essential, unfortunately those without a driving license cannot be considered. Please note: This job role involves regulated activity with adults and requires an enhanced DBS with barred list check. 
 
 In return, we offer: 

Medicash Cashback – Health Plan
£300 loyalty bonus for new starters – after 1 year service
'Refer a friend' scheme – earn up to £1000 per any successful candidate you refer to work for us 
Eligibility for a 'Blue Light Card' for additional discounts at a range of retailers
Free onsite parking 
Don't waste any more time, if you are ready to embark on a rewarding career as a Support Worker at Orbis Education and Care, we would love to hear from you. To apply please submit your CV using the 'apply' link. 
 
Orbis Education and Care is an equal opportunity employer. We value diversity and strive to create an inclusive and supportive working environment for all our employees. 
 
INDPEM

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.