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Team Leader and Support Worker

Basic Job Overview

> Team Leader and Support Worker<
> SA4, Pontarddulais, City and County of Swansea <
> Job Type: Full Time / Permanent <
> Salary: £16.50/hour <

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Location: Pontardulais, Swansea
Hours:
* 1 x Team Manager – 10 hours Team Leader
* 1 x Support Workers – 24 Hours
* 1 x Support Worker – 16 hours
Working pattern:
* Team Leader: Flexibility on times. To be discussed in interview – will include some evenings.
* 1 X Support Worker: Waking Nights 8.00pm – 8.30am Monday to Sunday (2 x 12-hour shifts)
* 1 x Support Worker: Waking Nights 8.00pm – 8.30am Monday to Sunday. Plus 4 daytime hours, times to be confirmed.
Pay per hour:
* Support Worker: (8.00am – 11.00pm) = £14
* Support Worker: Waking Night (11.00pm – 8.00am) = £15
* Team Leader: £16.50
* Enhanced rate £1.5 for Bank Holidays
I’m a 21-year-old young man with cerebral palsy and epilepsy, I have my own adapted property in Pontardulais where I live with my family, am a wheelchair user and use a hoist for all transfers. I enjoy the company of others and people say I have a cheeky grin! I need waking support at night, and you will need to ensure my oxygen machine is working correctly throughout the night.
I like spending time in my garden, using my hydro pool and going to the ski centre in Pembrey. I have a season ticket for my favourite football team, Swansea, but I’ve not been to watch them for a while and would like to do this with your support. I’ve enjoyed many holidays in the past and would like to plan some further short breaks away.
My complex physical difficulties mean I’m unable to communicate verbally but I’ve developed different ways to communicate to get my needs met. I would like my support workers to be warm, patient, and reliable, to encourage and support me to access all opportunities and help me to maximise my quality of life. You will play a key part in helping ensure my care needs are met whilst helping to develop my day-to-day activities.
As a Team Leader, you will have the abilities to lead my support team by being organised at managing paperwork, ensuring staff rotas are up to date alongside supervising and appraising the care team. You will be professional and communicate effectively with my therapists and family members and advocate on my behalf. You will be expected to contribute to plans and risk assessments necessary for safe care to be delivered, ensuring these are up to date and reviewed on time.
Essential information
To join me as a Support Worker/Team Leader you will need to: –
* Be able to drive and have use of a car.
* Drive the family vehicle.
* Have experience of supporting a person with a birth injury such as cerebral palsy.
* Enjoy working as part of a team.
Also, Top Reasons to Apply: –
* Above the industry average for pay
* Mileage rate – 45p per mile
* Work directly for our client and not an agency (unlike most agency work you will spend quality time with your client which can make a real difference)
* Great opportunity for professional development
* Be part of an expert multi-disciplinary team
* Bespoke client induction and training
* Ongoing support and supervision from the dedicated Case Manager
This role is subject to an Enhanced level DBS check. Full induction and training will be provided

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