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Job Reference: 46255

Support worker Temp

  • Basingstoke, Hampshire, England
  • Temporary / Full Time
  • Cherise Harper
  • £9.31 - £9.31

Seven Social care is looking for Support Worker in Basingstoke

Start: 13 TH July – 27 th September

Rate: £9.31/per hour

The role:

This is a part time role that requires evening and weekend working on a four week rolling rota pattern. There are times when the applicant will be required to lone working at service level. The main hours of working are 5pm – 9pm throughout Monday to Friday and then one alternative weekend daytime shift that starts at 11am and ends at 7pm.

There is the occasional requirement to work a daytime shift between Mon – Fri 9am – 5pm however the week day shift is negotiable and not necessarily a requirement for this particular vacancy. On site parking is available, lone worker device is also available as is a buddy working locally at another site and support of an on call out of hours manager. The customer group consist of single homeless with a variety of diverse need requiring the applicant to be confident in dealing with complex need.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To work alongside clients / families or children and young people (as appropriate) in a person centred way and help them to actively move towards living independently of services.
  • To assist clients / families or children and young people (as appropriate) with practical tasks based upon their needs and aspirations as identified in their support and safety plan
  • To provide flexible support to clients / families or children and young people (as appropriate) based on their needs and aspirations as identified in their support and safety plan, ensuring they are able to meet their goals which help them to achieve their outcomes.
  • To implement the client / families or children and young people (as appropriate) support and safety plan, as developed by the Support Coordinator and inform and contribute to support planning reviews and assessments through effective communication with the co-ordinator or line manager and client.

Applicant Requirements:

Knowledge/ Experience:

  • Previous experience of providing support for vulnerable people.
  • Knowledge of housing issues affecting vulnerable people
  • Experience of housing management duties in a residential setting is desirable
  • Evidence of specialist qualification, skill, or interest in the area applied for including specific qualification / training to meet specialist service standards to meet regulatory requirements
  • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills and an ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Basic numeric, literacy and IT skills.

Compliance: Proof of ability to work and live in the UK.

Working with Seven Social Care:

Established in 2011, Seven Social care is a leading provider of residential support workers and local social workers, to specialist substance misuse recovery workers and criminal justice court workers; we’re passionate about working closely with our candidates to find opportunities which really work for them. That’s how we ensure we deliver exceptional candidates for every role.

After being shortlisted for multiple awards in 2018, we are proud of our nationwide reputation for providing a world-class recruitment service that is underpinned by honesty, integrity and attention to detail.

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