Up to £16.00 Gross per Hour. Part-time (26.5 hours / 3 shifts per week) Support Worker position available on a paediatric care team in New Malden, KT3. Permanent contract.
Title: Support Worker / Waking Night Carer | KT3
Location: New Malden, KT3
Nearest Tube/Station: Motspur Park
Wage: £14.00 Gross per Hour Weekdays | £16.00 Gross per Hour Weekends
Driver required? Yes, essential
Use of a car? Yes, on duty, automatic vehicle
Essential: Experience supporting a client with additional needs, waking night experience, non-smoker / non-vaper
Start Date: ASAP
Days & Hours: Waking Nights (some flexibility to swap night shifts): Wednesday and Sunday 10.00pm – 8.00am Days: Friday: 3.30pm – 10.00pm
Family/Client Pets: None
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About this client/child:
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well-established and experienced team supporting a happy and sweet 8-year-old with bags of personality! Jack has an excellent team in place that provides round the clock care and support. Jack has cerebral palsy and learning difficulties; he requires support to meet all of his care needs. Jack is a wheelchair user and requires support with personal care, mobility, and communication. He has a feeding tube in situ, for his nutrition and medication, however, he also enjoys pureed food.
Overview of the role:
In this role, you’ll support Jack during 2 waking night shifts and 1 afternoon/evening shift per week. Throughout your night shift, you will observe Jack, tending to all his needs as required. General duties include; assisting with personal care, repositioning, administering medication, following his care plan and light household duties.
During day time shifts your duties will include implementing his therapy guidelines, feeding and interacting with Jack, attending to his personal care needs and supporting him to enjoy leisure activities including trips out in the community. You will receive full training from all of his appointed therapists.
Who this job would suit:
An experienced support worker, looking for a permanent part-time position. You’ll be an excellent communicator, proactive and reliable.
What’s great about this job:
A fantastic part-time role with excellent training opportunities, Jack is a pleasure to work with and you’ll become part of a great support team.
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