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Support Worker - Hexham 

In this role you’ll support people with learning disabilities who lead a varied and active life. They enjoy art and crafts, music, sport activities, dancing, singing and socialising in their local community. You’ll support them in all aspects of their day-to-day living, promoting independence, to enable them to live as independently as possible. The sorts of activities you will get involved in include:

  • Attending activities outside the home including arts and crafts, music classes, sporting activities, visits to the cinema and enjoying the great outdoors.

  • Supervising, educating and supporting with activities at home including cooking, cleaning, personal care and daily living tasks.

  • Supporting with health and wellbeing including administration of medicine, booking and going to medical appointments, supporting with healthy eating and being active.

The role is varied and rewarding, and you will have the support of your line manager and colleagues who work in the same service to support you.

Role details:

  • Average 31 - 39 hours per week plus sleep-ins

  • 3 week rotating shift pattern including some evenings and weekends

  • A minimum of one weekend in 3 off .

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: £10.10-£12.10 per hour

Independent Supported Living (ISL) Worker (FEMALE x 2) - Hexham 

As a Support Worker, your role will be to offer encouragement, guidance and support to the adults you work with. This covers all of the normal tasks and routines we all follow day-to-day, and also supporting with the social and exciting things we may look forward to. Our staff work a range of different shifts, with a range of support required - tailored to individuals. Shifts cover everything from the basics of getting up for the day, preparing meals, and keeping on top of the housework, to attending groups/activities, organizing trips and accompanying the people we support on holiday.

The role is varied and rewarding, and you will have the support of your line manager and colleagues who work in the same service to support you.

Roles available: 

Full-time

  • Average 30 - 40 hours per week plus sleep-ins

  • Three week rotating shift pattern including some evenings and weekends

  • A minimum of one weekend in three off .

 

Salary: £10.95 - £12.72 per hour

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To apply, please email your current CV to recruitment@naturalability.org

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