Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
At Time Recruitment, we specialize in connecting committed individuals with meaningful employment opportunities. Currently, we are in the process of recruiting support workers on behalf of our client. Our client operates a service situated in Bolton, offering top-tier care and support to individuals with a range of needs. The focus of this service is to assist residents who are managing mental health diagnoses, learning disabilities, and brain injuries, enabling them to lead lives that are both enriching and self-reliant. We are dedicated to cultivating an environment that is inclusive and positive, fostering growth, well-being, and active community engagement.
In the role of a Support Worker at Time Recruitment, you will assume a pivotal responsibility in elevating the quality of life for our client's residents. With your empathetic and person-centred approach, you will empower individuals to cultivate life skills, sustain their independence, and enjoy comfort and well-being. Your contributions will bear a direct impact on the lives of those under our care, effecting meaningful change on a daily basis.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Deliver personalized one-on-one and group support to residents managing mental health and learning disabilities.
Execute individualized care plans that revolve around the unique needs and aspirations of each resident.
Aid residents in their day-to-day tasks, encompassing personal hygiene, meal preparation, household chores, and work in close collaboration with both agency and permanent staff support workers.
Encourage and facilitate residents' participation in social and recreational activities.
Cultivate a safe and nurturing environment that safeguards the physical and emotional well-being of residents.
Collaborate seamlessly with permanent staff support workers to formulate a comprehensive and unified approach to care.
A minimum of six months of healthcare experience as a health care assistant or support worker within the UK is mandatory.
Possess deep compassion, empathy, and an authentic commitment to enhancing the lives of others.
Exhibit excellent communication abilities and a knack for seamless teamwork.
Display patience and understanding while providing essential support to residents with diverse needs.
Carry a positive demeanour, adaptability, and an eagerness to learn and evolve.
Possess rudimentary IT skills for purposes of documentation and communication.
Residence in Chester or willingness to commute to Chester is essential.
Eligibility to work in the UK is a must.
Competitive salary and prospects for career progression.
Weekly compensation distributed conveniently every Friday.
Access to a dedicated recruitment consultant who will facilitate shift scheduling and help manage your timetable.
Flexible shifts designed to accommodate your work-life equilibrium.
Engage in meaningful labour that directly shapes the lives of others.
The potential to convert over to a full-time job
If you are driven by the desire to make a tangible impact in the lives of individuals with diverse needs, we warmly encourage you to submit your application. Alternatively, you can contact our office at 0161 238 9773 and ask for Robbie Ojeda.