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Job Reference: 61576

Support Worker

  • North WalshamNorfolk
  • £11.76 - £11.76 per hour
  • Temporary / Full Time

Seven Resourcing are looking for a number of temporary PBS Support Workers to work in North Walsham and Easton. These positions are initially for a period of 3 months and are paying £11.76 per hour. 

6 vacancies for North Walsham – 37.5 hours per week with a mix of day, night (waking & sleep-in) for a minimum of 12 weeks. 

3 vacancies for Easton – Same as above.

The role:

You’ll be part of a team of PBS Support Workers centred around a customer with complex presentation, which may include, learning disabilities, mental health issues, autism and communication differences alongside ongoing physical health conditions. They may also have a forensic background.

You will work under the supervision of your Team Leader to deliver support to customers with any aspect of their day to day living and record and escalate appropriately. You’ll work in a person-centred, strengths-based and psychologically informed way, so they can enjoy the best possible quality of life.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support and interventions are delivered in a person-centred, strengths-based and psychologically informed way, working with the Team Leader, our clinical colleagues and managers, and by involving customers and their support network in the creation of their LIFE book. Thereby ensuring that customer’s aspirations and preferences are achieved, and their needs are met.
  • Personal care (for example bathing, toileting and dressing) is delivered in a psychologically informed, person centred, and strengths based way to facilitate increased independence. This may involve providing direct support with more complex aspects of personal care.
  • Customers are living their happiest life through regular interaction with their family and friends, and the wider community. They will be instrumental in delivering with enthusiasm a rich programme of activities, important to and for our customers, aimed at reducing social isolation and improving their quality of life, health and wellbeing.
  • Health determinants are improving through collaborative working with colleagues and external organisations, for example, medicines optimisation using STOMP principles, aimed at keeping customers safe in the community and avoiding hospital admissions.
  • An inclusive, safe and tailored home is maintained which promotes sensory wellbeing and adapts to customer’s individual needs. Creative solutions are utilised, including assistive living technology that enable the customers to have choice and control to develop and maintain their independence.
  • Customers are always listened to and their voices heard. Their chosen communication methods are implemented. The voices of family and friends are valued and are included with the customer’s agreement.
  • Safety and wellbeing of customers and colleagues is ensured through positive risk management and a rolling audit programme in areas such as personal care and infection control. This includes identifying changes or deterioration in their health and wellbeing and escalating appropriately to the relevant colleague or healthcare professional.
  • Customers are supported in line with regulatory requirements and best practice.
  • Customers who may present behaviours of concern are supported in a framework of positive behaviour support. Dignity and respect are maintained at all times. Customers are safeguarded from harm and the principles of the Mental Capacity Act are upheld at all times.

Applicant Requirements:


      A Level 2 Diploma in Care or equivalent experience or willing to study for a Level 2 Diploma in Care.

Experience: 2+ years working within a similar position. 

Compliance: Current DBS and 2 x references. 

Travel: Clean UK driving license with the ability to commute to and from work independently.

Hours: 37.5 hours p/w.

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