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Support Worker

Access Community Trust

Thetford, Norfolk

Published
08-01-2019
Job ad details
Published
08-01-2019
Expires
21-01-2019
Job ID
329938397
Job type
Part-time
Full-time
Public Sector
Permanent
Contract/Project/Casual
Salary level
£9.00 - £9.00  per hour
Job sector
Medical and Carers, Public Sector, Customer Services

Support Worker

Location

Thetford

Salary 

£9.00 per hour - to be reviewed

Job type 

Full time/Part time/Zero hours

Job Description

Access Community Trust have an exciting opportunity for Support Workers at our residential accommodation based in Thetford.  The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the project is secure and safe for the comfort and wellbeing of all residents. You will be required to work with the residents to address issues contributing to homeless and support them to work towards successful integration back into society whilst keeping all areas of the Home, including all toilets, clean and tidy. This includes washing, dusting, polishing, vacuum cleaning and sweeping as appropriate.

Our ideal Support Workers will be experienced, enthusiastic and a passionate person.

Some key responsibilities include:

  • To maintain high standards in relation to Safeguarding and establish positive and trusting professional relationships with customers, respecting at all times their dignities and rights. Use a range of methods to reduce arrears and collect rent and service charge income on time.
  • Deliver a range of training workshops for customers to help develop the skills necessary for independent living.
  • To take personal responsibility for own Health, Safety and Welfare and that of colleagues in the workplace.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes.            

  • Effective communication skills both written and verbal
  • An empathetic and sensitive approach to people
  • Reliable / Flexible
  • Be a positive role model

You will work and learn alongside some talented individuals, where you can benefit from exciting paid-for opportunities, such as supported training and personal development.

Access Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its young people and vulnerable adults using our services and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Please click the 'apply via email' button or telephone 01502 527200 for an application pack.

Please note that CV submissions will not be accepted.

Closing date: 21st January 2019.

 


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Support Worker

Location

Thetford

Salary 

£9.00 per hour - to be reviewed

Job type 

Full time/Part time/Zero hours

Job Description

Access Community Trust have an exciting opportunity for Support Workers at our residential accommodation based in Thetford.  The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the project is secure and safe for the comfort and wellbeing of all residents. You will be required to work with the residents to address issues contributing to homeless and support them to work towards successful integration back into society whilst keeping all areas of the Home, including all toilets, clean and tidy. This includes washing, dusting, polishing, vacuum cleaning and sweeping as appropriate.

Our ideal Support Workers will be experienced, enthusiastic and a passionate person.

Some key responsibilities include:

  • To maintain high standards in relation to Safeguarding and establish positive and trusting professional relationships with customers, respecting at all times their dignities and rights. Use a range of methods to reduce arrears and collect rent and service charge income on time.
  • Deliver a range of training workshops for customers to help develop the skills necessary for independent living.
  • To take personal responsibility for own Health, Safety and Welfare and that of colleagues in the workplace.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes.            

  • Effective communication skills both written and verbal
  • An empathetic and sensitive approach to people
  • Reliable / Flexible
  • Be a positive role model

You will work and learn alongside some talented individuals, where you can benefit from exciting paid-for opportunities, such as supported training and personal development.

Access Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its young people and vulnerable adults using our services and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Please click the 'apply via email' button or telephone 01502 527200 for an application pack.

Please note that CV submissions will not be accepted.

Closing date: 21st January 2019.

 


2019-01-22T02:00:30.627 Support Worker Location Thetford Salary £9.00 per hour - to be reviewed Job type Full time Part time Zero hours Job Description Access Community Trust have an exciting opportunity for Support Workers at our residential accommodation based in Thetford. The successful candidate will be responsible for ensuring the project is secure and safe for the comfort and wellbeing of all residents. You will be required to work with the residents to address issues contributing to homeless and support them to work towards successful integration back into society whilst keeping all areas of the Home, including all toilets, clean and tidy. This includes washing, dusting, polishing, vacuum cleaning and sweeping as appropriate. Our ideal Support Workers will be experienced, enthusiastic and a passionate person. Some key responsibilities include: To maintain high standards in relation to Safeguarding and establish positive and trusting professional relationships with customers, respecting at all times their dignities and rights. Use a range of methods to reduce arrears and collect rent and service charge income on time. Deliver a range of training workshops for customers to help develop the skills necessary for independent living. To take personal responsibility for own Health, Safety and Welfare and that of colleagues in the workplace. The ideal candidate will have the following skills and attributes. Effective communication skills both written and verbal An empathetic and sensitive approach to people Reliable Flexible Be a positive role model You will work and learn alongside some talented individuals, where you can benefit from exciting paid-for opportunities, such as supported training and personal development. Access Community Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all its young people and vulnerable adults using our services and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Please click the apply via email button or telephone 01502 527200 for an application pack. Please note that CV submissions will not be accepted. Closing date: 21st January 2019.NORFK2119.00009.0000per hour00000000000IUK_A_NORUKUnited Kingdom243GBP2019-01-21T00:00:0010010EuropeUnited KingdomEastNorfolkThetford3399815Access Community Trust1UKUnited Kingdom3399815_logo_small.jpg0anna.croft@accessct.orgUKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdom7Part-time8Full-time30Public Sector46Permanent70Contract/Project/Casual11008-01-201921-01-201908-01-201921-01-201921-01-201908-01-201921-01-201908-01-201921-01-20192English3Fluent114963065Housing advice4ExpertHousing114963077Housing Needs4ExpertHousing114963081Housing with Care4ExpertHousing114963208Housing Support4ExpertHousing244603Social Worker934920Housing Support Worker935010Area Supported Housing Manager123Medical and Carers125Public Sector139Customer Services327209415UKUnited KingdomUKUnited Kingdomen-GB

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Job ad details
Published
08-01-2019
Expires
21-01-2019
Job ID
329938397
Jobtype
Part-time
Full-time
Public Sector
Permanent
Contract/Project/Casual
Salary level
£9.00 - £9.00  per hour
Job sector
Medical and Carers, Public Sector, Customer Services