Female Support Worker
We are looking for Female Support Workers in the Staffordshire area.
Waymarks are an award winning support provider for people who have a mild to moderate learning disability and/or Autism.
We teach people the skills they need to be able to live independently in their own home. We support people with daily living skills, relationship building, finances, medication and we provide full training that you will be paid for.
For more details, call Ardis Johnson on 07384215600 or call Charlie on 0300 303 9150.
"Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010."
About the role
- Roles and duties include:
- To work alongside people to promote and achieve independence.
- Building positive relationships, motivating and helping to develop
- Working alongside people to live safely in the community
We’re looking for someone who is:
- You should be flexible, adaptable and motivated to help other
- Able to learn and develop in your own skills and knowledge as well as the people we work alongside.
- You will be interested in learning about specialist support
The rewards: In return, we offer;
- A generous training programme, including Learning Disability Qualifications and a Diploma in Health and Social Care.
- A chance to unleash your potential with the ASPIRE programme which is an Internal personal development programme.
- A bespoke induction package to orientate you to the Waymarks model of support.
- A pension scheme with contribution by Waymarks.
- Employee reward scheme, where you can save money every day on shopping or even larger purchases like holidays.
Successful applicants will undergo an Enhanced DBS check (paid for by us).
Positive about Disabled People
Waymarks value the diversity of all its employees. As a commitment to supporting disabled applicants and employees, we have been awarded the Positive about Disabled People symbol by Jobcentre Plus. This means:
- When you fill in the application form we will ask if you have a disability to make sure the application process is fair to people who have a disability.
- We will interview any person who declares they have a disability who meets the essential criteria for the job they are applying for. The essential criteria are the most important things needed to be able to do the job.
Does this sound like you?
This work is interesting, often fascinating. It is rewarding, tiring, thought-provoking, satisfying and stimulating and is always fresh. You will work with a dedicated and warm group of people who have committed to this field and who have significant experience and who want you to succeed.
If this description ticks your boxes, please come along to our open day or click on the button below to complete the application process.
- Support Worker