Young Adult Support Worker – Outcomes First Group – Barton-upon-Humber

Adult Support Worker
Everyone deserves an incredible future

Join the Outcomes First Group family, build your incredible future and be one of the main reasons our vulnerable adults have a chance to create theirs.

Whether you have previous care experience or are looking to start a new career and have a background in hospitality, the armed forces, outdoor education or other sectors, we have opportunities for everyone.

Salary: £20,481.76 – £20, 683 per annum (£9.16 – £9.25)

Location: Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire

As a young adult and adult’s Support Worker within our residential homes in Lincolnshire, you will work directly with vulnerable adults with Autism, Learning Disabilities and complex needs to provide them with the care, support and opportunities they need to be happy, healthy and to make their way in the world. Each day you will be supporting individuals to develop independent life skills, from personal care to daily routines. You will also have the freedom to make each day as fun and fulfilling as possible working with residents to enjoy and explore their hobbies from baking and arts and crafts to outdoor activities such as gardening, camping, and walking.

In return, we will offer you all you need to provide excellent care and to have a rewarding and satisfying career. We are committed to listening and learning from everyone, to ensure we enable people to enjoy genuinely fulfilling lives. This is why we empower and trust our Registered Managers to make decisions on referrals. We empower our Adults to make decisions around their homes, including designing their own bedroom and we provide colleagues with every opportunity to succeed in their careers, through continuous training, support and a dedicated, multi-disciplinary team who work collaboratively to achieve the best possible outcomes for our young people. This is why we were awarded 2020 and 2021 UK’s Best Workplaces™’ by Great Place to Work®.

If you are interested in joining a forward thinking company who puts the needs of our Children at the heart of everything we do, please enquire today.

Benefits include:

· Your wellbeing matters hub

· Competitive salaries

· In house Learning and Talent team to help support your career goals

· Continuous Professional Development platform to use from anywhere

· Discounted Gym membership

· Access to 1000’s of Shopping discounts

· Dedicated multi-disciplinary staff teams to learn from and support you.

· Local incentives

· Earn £1000 as an employee by referring a friend

In line with changes to the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 anyone working in a CQC-registered care home in England for residents requiring nursing or personal care must have 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine unless they have a medical exemption.

We are committed to the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults. All successful applicants will be subject to fully Enhanced DBS.

Reference ID: 144468

Application deadline: 27/09/2021

Expected start date: 11/10/2021

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £20,481.00-£20,683.00 per year

Schedule:

  • Day shift
  • Night shift

Apply Here

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