Reablement Support Worker – Late shifts & Weekend ONLY available
|Location:||Northampton, Kettering, Corby, Wellingborough, Towcester, Daventry, Rushden, Brixworth|
|Position:||Reablement Support Worker|
SALARY £17,372 pro rata (plus a market supplement of £695 per year, pro rata until 31/03/2020 when this will then be reviewed)
An exciting opportunity has become available within our Crisis Response Team. Weekend ONLY and late shift ONLY available (6pm – 10pm) Ideal for busy parents or candidates with other commitments.
16 and 20 hour contracts available.
Our Reablement services support adults, who may have had a change to their health, routine or lifestyle and are finding it difficult to live independently. We support frail and vulnerable adults in their own homes following a stay in hospital or alternative to prevent them from being admitted to hospital. Our short-term care team helps people to remain living at home safely and independently.
The support we offer can be in the form of helping someone with their personal care or medication, to provision of a piece of equipment to promote a person’s independence.
Our caring team make our customer’s daily lives easier and provides assistance with gaining access to both specialist equipment and longer term support if required. Within this role you will provide practical, personal and emotional care to customers, whilst determining on-going reablement requirements and establishing appropriate support plans.
You will be highly organised and a good communicator; with the time, patience and passion to provide the highest quality support. Our support workers will always be happy to go the extra mile to accommodate and support our customer’s needs and desires.
The successful candidate must hold a full driving licence and have access to their own vehicle. Countywide travelling is essential within this role.
•Sick Pay Scheme (following successful completion of the probation period
It is an exciting time to be working in local government in Northamptonshire with the journey towards the creation of two brand new unitary authorities in April 2021. The committed approach from the whole public sector to deliver the two unitaries will present significant opportunities for joining up and transforming service delivery to ensure the best possible outcomes for our residents.