Support Worker - Waking Nights
Full training provided
Working at Dimensions gives you a wide range of benefits including
A full list of rewards can be found in the job description attached.
Our services inLouth, support a group of males and females with learning difficulties. They enjoy various activities such as horse riding, shopping, going to the cinema, eating out, being out in the community, completing puzzles, colouring, pampering sessions, arts and crafts and many more!
The position will require support throughout the night, ensuring the person/people you support are given the appropriate support when required, whilst also carrying out a few key allocated tasks. This includes, checking at regular intervals throughout the night to ensure they are comfortable, provide physical support and emotional reassurance when people are wakeful. You will need to keep written records, using the appropriate IT systems, updating support plans and incident logs, MARS sheets and health and safety records and also complete night-time jobs to assist the daily running of the service.
Manual handling and personal care is also required.
The shifts will include 10pm-8am or 9pm- 8am – this will be discussed further at interview.
A drivers licence is not essential, however, the services are rural and there is no public transport.
If being a Support Worker sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. The attached job description, person specification and additional information will provide you with lots of information on the role and Dimensions. To apply it couldn’t be simpler - just click on the button below to complete the application process.
For further information, please contact Mikaela on 03003039150 or please send your CV to Mikaela.Rubio@dimensions-uk.org.
Other Organisations may call this: Community Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care Worker, Social Care Assistant or, Bank HCA, Healthcare Assistant or Carer.