Do you want a role that offers the flexibility to work when you have availability? If you answered yes, then a Bank Support Worker role may be ideal for you.
We are currently recruiting for Bank Support Workers to assist on our residential homes on a flexible basis. You do not need to commit to a specific number of hours but you will be required to work on a regular basis where possible (minimum of 1 shift in a 6 month period).
At Chailey Heritage Foundation we believe that every child and young person, no matter what their disability should have every opportunity to pursue their fullest potential. Our Support Workers are vital in ensuring that these opportunities can be achieved.
We are seeking those that have a passion for supporting others and who share our passion for pursuing potential. It can be hard work, and requires commitment but it’s a hugely fulfilling job and can bring real joy.
The role of a Bank Support Worker
Working within a dedicated team you will be responsible for providing personalised support to children and young adults in our care. As a Bank Support Worker you will help us to provide our children and young adults with everything they need to improve their lives.
The duties are varied and no two days will be the same. Our young people are individuals and deserve to be treated as such. However, you can expect the following duties, supporting with all aspects of personal care and assisting with all medical needs, as well as helping our children and young people to take part in activities and events such as visits to leisure centres, colleges, music gigs and of course the pub!
We want you to flourish with us and as such we will offer you the guidance and support you will need to do so. You will be supported by a team of trained nurses, therapists and senior staff. We will also fund for you to study towards a qualification in health and social care.
What we offer
What are we looking for?
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Chailey Heritage Foundation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults; as such an enhanced DBS disclosure is required.