Female Residential Support Worker

Do you have a commitment to making a difference to peoples lives, are you passionate about supporting people to achieve long-term change We are looking for someone who can demonstrate an empathy with our clients and possess the skills necessary to support and motivate our clients to develop and achieve their own recovery capital.

You will work with our residential clients developing productive working relationships and assisting with the transfer of individuals between agencies appointments and services. Supporting clients on a practical level, in matters concerning their health, including the management and administration of prescription medication, and supporting clients with GP appointments and with financial matters including setting up benefits claims. You will work
alongside the recovery workers to deliver interventions which address care plan needs for the clients accessing residential and resettlement services.

Applicants should be comfortable with lone working, be confident to seek and give support to other lone working colleagues

Click on the link to download an application form and job description, or ring 01453 885633

E-mail completed applications to:-  office@nelsontrust.com
Or
Post to Nelson Trust, Port Lane, Brimscombe, Stroud, GL5 2 QJ

Full time post:   35 hours per week to include some weekends and bank holidays
Holidays:    25 days holiday pa plus statutory
Salary:   £17,000 - £18,500 dependant on experience                              
Pension: Auto Enrolment Pension in force (6% employer contribution)

Nelson Trust is committed to safeguarding
Successful applicant will be required to undergo an enhanced Children & Adults DBS Disclosure and necessary employer checks

 
This post is open to females only and is exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1

The Trust know the value of a diverse workforce, and welcome applications from all areas of the community.

Closing date: 4th January 2019

 

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