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Male Support worker
Salary: £7.75 – 8.15 per hour
Hours of Work: 40.5 per week
Sequence Care Group has experienced unprecedented growth in the past few years evolving into to a leading care provider, real opportunities to progress within this field.
Sequence Care Group is passionate about providing high quality Community Residential and Hospital Services for Adults requiring specialist learning disability and mental health support. As a provider we are expanding and opening new services with new opportunities from promotion based upon performance. All of our Services provide in-patient support and rehabilitation on a one-to-one basis.
Sequence is committed to delivering individualised care to meet people’s needs, committed to providing the best possible care and support.
About the Role
We are expanding our team and looking for genuinely caring and hands on individuals. We are looking for dynamic individuals with strong multi-tasking and leadership skills to join our dedicated team.
At Sequence you will work with extraordinary people who achieve fantastic successes. For everyone at Sequence it is about being ambitious about what people can achieve. You will work as part of a supportive team, focusing on outcomes through a person-centred approach.
· You will support service users with learning disabilities, mental illness and additional complex needs, to live the life they want to within the service. You will support service-users in all aspects of daily living and community participation.
· You will assist service-users in leading a valued and fulfilled life in order that they maximise their potential and can live healthy and active lifestyles as independently as possible.
· You will ideally already be working as a Support Worker or Senior Support Worker
· You will ideally already have experience working with Adults with learning disabilities
· You will ideally have experience working with challenging behaviours
· You will be passionate about providing excellent support
· You will be kind, compassionate, take responsibility for your own actions and be keen to acquire new knowledge
· Full-time (40.5h), Part-time (27h)
· A competitive salary
· Enhanced rates for all public holidays
· Financial support towards professional qualifications
· Comprehensive internal training programs delivered by our Clinical Services Team
· Free of charge mandatory training
· Enhanced DBS cost covered
· Comprehensive induction based on the Care Certificate
· 28 days annual leave including Bank Holidays
· Online rewards and high street discounts
· Support from our Employee Assistance Program
· Cycle to work scheme
· Childcare Voucher scheme
· Membership of employer contribution pension fund
Male applicants only!
* Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check for Regulated Activity which will include a check against both the Barred adult list. We are an equal opportunities employer.
Sequence Care Group is a vibrant organisation which provides personalised rehabilitative residential and hospital care for adults. We specialise in supporting those with learning disabilities as well as mental health or autism spectrum disorder diagnosis, and who may have complex and challenging needs.
Our philosophy centres on creating modern, purpose-built homes in the heart of urban communities, and providing positive care to help individuals develop life skills and emotional wellbeing.Above all, the Sequence Care team is ambitious. Ambitious about the care we provide, and ambitious about what the people in our care can achieve.
Personalised, holistic care and rehabilitative therapies are delivered by our dedicated, specialist team who pride themselves in always going that extra mile.By working together with our own therapeutic team, those in our care are empowered to realise their personal goals and ultimately gain greater independence.