Haslemere Support Worker
Team Brain Injury
We are a health provider that specialises in personalised care for people that have sustained a brain injury. We are looking for additional Support Workers in the Haslemere area. If you are reliable, empathetic, patient and have good communication skills we want to hear from you.
We have regular 14 hour shifts available on Mondays and Fridays from 9am to 11pm. We also provide 24h support (including a sleep night) on Sundays, and we have alternating shifts available for this days as well. We are also able to consider Bank positions for this role to suit your needs. The rate of pay ranges from £9.00 to £11.56 per hour. We also pay for your mileage (to, from and during shift), as well as any personal protection equipment you may need.
We offer all our support workers a free enhanced DBS check, 25 days of paid annual holiday, and a pension scheme. You will have 24/7 contact with the office staff including managers and coordinators through our On-Call system, as well as regular supervisions and appraisals. We are a very receptive team with an open-door policy, and our aim is to ensure that you feel safe and happy doing your job. We will also provide you with extensive paid training, accredited Care Certificate, as well as specialist nurse led approach for clinical needs.
About the Client
You will be working as part of the team that supports a lady who lives on her own with our support in the area of Haslemere. There are always two support workers on duty. Due to her mobility restrictions you will be helping her with all aspects of personal care as well as with her rehabilitation therapies (physiotherapy). She enjoys chatting and discussing current affairs and the news. She also likes enjoys listening to music and has an interest in art and architecture.
The right candidate must be patient and engaged to help our client deal with her everyday tasks and to keep up with her interests. In this way you will really be contribution to allowing our client to continue to life independently and within the community. Due to her mobility restrictions, successful candidates must be able to drive.
About Team Brain Injury
Based in Southampton, we have been working with people living from acquired brain injury since 2007. Our company has grown considerably since then and we are proud to have a work force of over 150 support workers providing care across the south of England and all the way to the south of Wales. Our mission is to make the lives of our clients the best they can be, help them through their rehabilitation and to live as independently as possible despite of their health condition.
So, if you are looking to make a genuine impact in someone’s life and want a rewarding career working with vulnerable people, we are the Team for you!