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Support Worker/Support Assistant (FULL TIME & PART TIME) job in Camberley, Surrey

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Job Title: Support Worker/Support Assistant (FULL TIME & PART TIME)
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Camberley, Surrey
Salary: £8.50 – £9.00/hour Annual Leave, Free Parking, DBS Paid
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
Benefits: Annual Leave, Free Parking, DBS Paid

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Job Description: Support Assistant – Mental Health & Learning Disabilities –

**NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED AS FULL TRAINING IS PROVIDED**

Comfort Care Services provides high quality supported housing and support for individuals with mental health needs, challenging behaviour and learning disabilities.

Due to our rapid growth, we are looking for individuals with ambition, creativity and commitment to join us in the role of Support Assistants. You will support our service users to improve their daily living skills and live life to their full potential.

Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
* Implementing and carrying out individual SU support plans
* Safeguarding the rights and dignity of the SU
* Supporting SU to build their confidence, self-esteem and their ability to manage their mental health symptoms
* Support the SUs with taking their medication
* Support SUs with their daily living skills and domestic chores
* Encourage and motivate SUs into employment, voluntary work and/or into education
* Accurately keeping daily records.

If you are passionate about supporting people, have good communication skills, are well organized and looking to further your career we can offer you:
* A competitive salary
* 28 days paid leave (including public holidays)
* Paid In house training
* Career opportunities and progressions
* Company pension scheme
* Other benefits include – business mileage, care certificates, two weeks paid shadowing and medication training.

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Project Co-ordinator - Community Friends job in Kilmarnock

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Job Title: Project Co-ordinator – Community Friends
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Kilmarnock
Salary: £16500 – £18500/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Community Friends Project Coordinator

Community Friends is the befriending service of East Ayrshire Churches Homelessness Action (EACHa) and runs a drop-in on three afternoons a week, a one-stop service where people can receive food, friendship, somewhere safe to go, where everyone will be treated with respect and dignity, no-one will be looked down on or discriminated against. We manage a partnership approach to working with professional agencies providing advice on health and wellbeing, housing, debt, benefits and Universal Credit claims.

Community Friends aims to help people out of homelessness, to sustain their tenancy, or to prevent them falling into homelessness. Each person who attends is vulnerable and marginalised. Many have poor health, either physical or mental, or both. Most feel isolated, with little family support. Many find it difficult to break free from addictions. Without exception each one is living in grinding poverty. The motto of EACHa is ‘Each person matters’.

We require an enthusiastic Community Friends Project Co-ordinator.  Our new Project Coordinator will be responsible for the coordination of the recently devised Community Friends Action Plan.  The Plan will provide the key priorities and purpose of this role.

The successful candidate will be responsible for supporting Community Friends to actively live healthy, independent lives through early targeted prevention, personalised support and partnership working.  The main focus will be on support to build resilience, improve wellbeing and move towards independence.

The successful candidate will also provide support to people with a variety of needs, including offending behaviour, mental health issues, substance misuse, issues around family breakdown, behavioural problems, anti-social behaviour.

Therefore, the ideal candidate must have a proven track record and understanding of working with and delivering outstanding services to vulnerable people.

To be successful, you will have:

An understanding of working in supported services with proven knowledge of supporting customers, housing, welfare system and other related legislation
A working knowledge / experience in peer support initiatives and a passion for services and projects that are designed and delivered by people with lived experience.
Ability to manage, train and encourage volunteers working with our services.
Experience of managing complex and difficult situations in relation to vulnerable client groups
Ability to effectively liaise with a range of service providers or agencies to establish or improve services for our friends
An understanding of delivering high quality customer focused customer led services
Ability to be self-motivating, work under pressure and manage time effectively, prioritising workload accordingly in an ever changing environment.
Ability to work flexibly, including working evenings and weekends to meet the needs of customers
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Working in this exciting project the successful candidate will also be responsible for:

Administration
Management of volunteers and their activities
Managing and development of group activities
Reporting regularly to EACHa Management Committee
 
This role attracts a salary of between £16,500 – £18,500p.a. for 28 hours per week over a flexible working pattern.  Salary will be determined by experience, knowledge and skill set.

Satisfactory PVG Check and satisfactory references will be a requirement for employment

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Support Worker - Part/Full Time job in Guildford, Surrey

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Job Title: Support Worker – Part/Full Time
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Guildford, Surrey
Salary: £8.50 – £9.00/hour Annual Leave, Free Parking, DBS Paid
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
Benefits: Annual Leave, Free Parking, DBS Paid

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Job Description: Support Worker Learning Disabilities and Mental Health – Guildford

**NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED**

Comfort Care Services provides high quality supported housing and support for individuals with mental health needs and challenging behaviour.

Due to our rapid growth, we are looking for individuals with ambition, creativity and commitment to join us in the role of Support Assistants. You will support our service users to improve their daily living skills and live life to their full potential.

Full and part time opportuninites available.

Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:
-Implementing and carrying out individual SU support plans
-Safeguarding the rights and dignity of the SU
-Supporting SU to build their confidence, self-esteem and their ability to manage their mental health symptoms
-Support the SUs with taking their medication
-Support SUs with their daily living skills and domestic chores
-Encourage and motivate SUs into employment, voluntary work and/or into education
-Accurately keeping daily records.

If you are passionate about supporting people, have good communication skills, are well organized and looking to further your career we can offer you:
– A competitive salary £15,932 up to £20,000 (depending on experience)
– 28 days paid leave (including public holidays)
– Fixed shifts
– In house training
– Career opportunities and progressions
– Company pension scheme
-Paid DBS

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Support Worker / Support Assistant job in Woking, Surrey

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Job Title: Support Worker / Support Assistant
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Woking, Surrey
Salary: £8.50 – £9.00/hour Paid DBS, On Site Parking, FULL Trainin
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
Benefits: Paid DBS, On Site Parking, FULL Trainin

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Job Description: Support Assistant/Worker Role – Part Time Shifts Available – Mental Health – Woking & Knaphill

Comfort Care Services provide high quality supported housing and support for individuals with mental health needs, challenging behaviour and learning disabilities.

Due to our rapid growth, we are looking for individuals with ambition, creativity and commitment to join us in the role of Support Assistant's. We have a range of Full-Time, Part-Time, morning/day time and evening/night shift roles available for support workers. The support worker will be supporting service users to improve their daily living skills and support them to live life to their full potential.

Key responsibilities for support worker will include:

Implementing and carrying out individual Service User (SU) support plans
Safeguarding the rights and dignity of the SU
Supporting SU to build their confidence, self-esteem and their ability to manage their mental health symptoms
Support the SUs with taking their medication
Support SUs with their daily living skills and domestic chores
Encourage and motivate SUs into employment, voluntary work and/or into education
Accurately keeping daily recordsBenefits to Support Worker:

A competitive salary (depending on experience)
Excellent Career opportunities and career progression
Company pension scheme
Free, Industry Leading Mandatory Training, including certified Medication TrainingThis is an excellent opportunity to join a professional and well run care service, with strong opportunities for career development in the future. Please apply now

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Residential Support Worker - CAHMS - Bolton job in Bolton, Greater Manchester

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Job Title: Residential Support Worker – CAHMS – Bolton
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester
Salary: £16700 – £19400/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Residential Support Worker – Residential CAMHs (Bolton)

Salary: £16,700 – £19,300
Location: Bolton

Our Client, a specialist Residential Childrens Service, based in the Bolton area are looking for 2 residential support workers for their stunning 5 bedded specialist home. One worker would be required to work a combination of days and nights and the other position is for a sole night worker.

The successful applicant will be required to undertake a wide range of tasks which will involve direct and indirect care and support of children who have complex medical/clinical needs which could include long term ventilation needs, tracheotomy care, sensory impairments, personal mobility difficulties, communications difficulties and above all the need to be cared for as a child first and not a disabled child.

Job Description

To support the Registered Manager and their team in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the children/young people.
To act as a member of the team and assist the management team in giving the highest standard of care possible to all the children, closely following individual plans, risk assessments and programmes in place.
To understand the importance of the need for confidentiality at all times.
To take individual/group responsibility in ensuring the running of the home is to its highest possible standard.
To work in a variety of settings if needed, in order to support the children/young people e.g. within their home and educational environments and on activities.
To develop skills in order that the child/young people's individual health/social and emotional development needs are met.
To adhere to the activities programme to ensure the children/young people receive a variety of daily stimulation and development suitable to their needs.
To be aware of and adhere to each child/young person's aims and objectives to ensure individual development.
To keep open lines of communication, participate in supervisions and appraisal giving honest open feedback to line manager.Qualifications:

Good standard of general education and competent literacy skills
Ability to write in a clear concise manner
ability to work towards and complete NVQ Level 3 C&YP Health And Social CareProspero Health and Social are an equal opportunities employer, all successful applicants will need to undergo full DBS Checks prior to starting the position

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WAKE NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER job in CT20, Folkestone, Kent

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Job Title: WAKE NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER
Job Type: Permanent
Location: CT20, Folkestone, Kent
Salary: £8.72/hour Excellent benefits and training
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
Benefits: Excellent benefits and training

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Job Description: WAKE NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER

Benefits

£8.72ph

40 hours per week (various hours and shifts available to suit your lifestyle)

20 days holiday + bank holidays

Flexible Additional Holiday Purchase Scheme

DBS check paid by Caretech prior to starting with us.

Full induction programme to Care Certificate Standards

Stakeholder Pension

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Free Employee Assistance Programme

We offer Apprenticeships to those with less experience looking to join the Care Sector

We provide FREE training to achieve qualification in Social Care.

Carer progression within the company.

The Role

We are providing individuals with practical and emotional care, enabling them to lead as ordinary life as they can achieve. To help them achieve this you will need to be flexible as you are required to work shifts including bank holidays, weekends and potential sleep ins.

If your best traits are positivity, friendliness and innovation then this job is for you!

Main duties and responsibilities:

To participate in the day to day implementation of individual support plans and activities within a challenging environment.

To maintain effective communication and liaison with service users, families and others whilst respecting appropriate confidentiality.

To support service users with the preparation of Meals, Laundry duties, cleaning and social events.

To maintain accurate notes and records as and when required.

To work as part of a team to provide high quality care.

The Service

Rated Good by CQC our Carlile Lodge is a beautiful large roomy house located in Folkestone. It is a care home which provides care and support for up to 9 people with learning disabilities. Near to public transport, it has on site parking and is close to local shops and the sea. Carlile Lodge has a small courtyard garden area for residents and staff to enjoy. Our residents particularly like walks along The Leas, the local disco, attending the gym and going to the cinema.

Personal Characteristics

Diploma in Health and Social Care or be willing to work towards one.

Experience in supporting adults with challenging behaviour, learning disabilities and/or mental health issues.

The ability to keep calm under pressure.

The confidence to work alone or as part of a team.

Excellent communication skills

The passion to work with vulnerable adults

The desire and commitment to achieve high standards of safeguarding.

The Organisation:

CareTech Community Services Ltd is a provider of specialist social care services supporting 5000 adults with a wide range of needs in more than 300 services across the UK. Committed to the highest standards of care and governance, we provide innovative care pathways for people to live in community settings with learning disabilities, severe physical disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder, challenging behaviour, mental health, forensic needs and acquired brain injury within a range of settings including, supported living services, shared housing, residential services and outreach. We encourage people to take control of their lives – this could be finding employment, having an active social life, learning new skills or building self-confidence.

CareTech Community Services are proud to inform you that they are a “Disability Confident Leader”.

Successful candidates will be required to complete a enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencement of employment, the disclosure expense will be met by the employer.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to contact every applicant. We will be in touch 7-10 days after receipt of your CV if progressing your application to the next stage.

STRICTLY NO AGENCIES

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Interim Consultant in Public Health job in London

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Job Title: Interim Consultant in Public Health
Job Type: Temporary
Location: London
Salary: £600/day
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Interim Consultant in Public Health – London – £600 per day Inside IR35

Part time and full time working arrangements available.

Overview

Baltimore Consulting Group are currently working with an established local authority in London in their search for an experienced Consultant in Public Health to join their directorate on an interim basis for 6 months.

The successful candidate will be a strong advocate for public health and will assist the Director in the development of partnership arrangements through their experience of commissioning and strategic implementation.

Responsibilities

This is an exciting opportunity to join a strong public health team providing public health leadership, advice and support across the council and with partners.

You will lead on public health programmes across the council and part of regional collaborations. As this role would have a particular focus on Adult's Health, you will assist in the commissioning of young people's health services as well as improving the Adult's Services offer working closely with Adult's Services Directorate and the local CCG's. Through establishing and development relationships you will lead on driving improvements in health and wellbeing outcomes and reduction in health inequalities.

Please note all candidates apply for this some must be included on the UK Public Health Register or GMC Specialist Register/GDC Specialist List.

For a confidential conversation on both interim and permanent opportunities please contact our Adult Social Care & Health Specialist Nicole VanderMeulen via email – n.vandermeulen @ (url removed) or (phone number removed)

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Morning Care worker job in PE1, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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Job Title: Morning Care worker
Job Type: Permanent
Location: PE1, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: An opportunity is available for a Morning Care Worker to join Better Healthcare Services in and around Peterborough areas.
We provide Domiciliary Care services to a range of adults including elderly and disabled services users in their own home. We offer assistance with personal care, companionship, meal preparation and domestic tasks.
Care Worker
– You must be willing to provide personal care to both Male and Female clients
– Own transport is desirable but not essential.
– Experience preferred but not essential as full training is provided
– All successful candidates will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Key Information
– Competitive hourly rates offered depending on hours worked
– Full training is given leading to a Certificate in Care
– Career progression.
– Free uniform
– 28 days paid holidays
– All PPE provided
– Paid Mileage
If you are interested in the role and would like to be considered then please send your CV to (Email Removed)

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Personal Advisor job in Haringey, London

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Job Title: Personal Advisor
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Haringey, London
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Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
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Job Description: Young Adult Services Personal Advisor, Haringey Council, £19.30P/H

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Fantastic Opportunity in the Haringey area working for the local authorities.

Your new role

To ensure the diverse population of care leavers are provided with the necessary support, to successfully make their transition to adulthood.
To provide a high-quality service to care leavers, working in partnership where possible with families, and other statutory and third sector organisations
Regularly prepare, update, review and implement pathway plans in conjunction with the supervising manager and ensure parallel planning where applicable.
Undertake human rights assessments and ensure that the rights of young people are observed.
Keep informed about care leavers' progress and wellbeing; ensuring plans are progressed to meet assessed need.
Keep full, accurate and up to date records of contacts with care leavers and services provided, accurately and in a timely manner on the care leaver's electronic case file.
Work holistically with care leavers and families around times of transition and transfer to additional services where appropriate.
Seek active partnership with parents, carers and other professionals to promote and safeguard the welfare of young people.
Support care leavers to enter and sustain education, training and employment.
Support care leavers in all aspects of the process required to access accommodation and to ensure they are supported to maintain their tenancy and their resettlement needs are met.
Ensure care leavers have accessed welfare benefits where eligible.
Contribute to workshops/training sessions for care leavers to provide independence skills and other identified skills.
Work with care leavers who have additional needs such as complex mental health, learning disabilities, physical disabilities, young parents (possibly subject to CP/Proceedings), immigration issues which also includes those who have an adult services lead worker
Undertake assessment of need following re-referral post age 21 for those wishing to resume education or training where eligible.
Ensure that all expenditure on cases is properly authorised and recorded, and that cases with financial packages are regularly monitored and reviewed.
Promote the welfare of care leavers with regard for their age, sex, health, race, religion, culture and life experiences.
Maintain and develop up to date relevant skills and knowledge of current legislation, policy and practice, through training and development opportunities as required or agreed by Team Manager,
Bring any issues of concern regarding a young person/adult or a placement to the immediate attention of the supervising or duty manager where there is reason to believe that the young person/adult may be at risk of harm or have been harmed.
Attend and make use of supervision and staff appraisals.
Act as duty officer on a rota basis and as required by the Team Manager. The duty worker is responsible for dealing with emergencies, which arise on cases when the allocated worker is unavailable.
Report any concerns about abuse or malpractice by colleagues, in line with the Council's Whistle Blowing Policy.
Work flexibly in line with needs of the service which will entail working outside of normal office hours, and out of borough visits.
Ensure that all legislation and local council policies and procedures, including Health and Safety are adhered to.
What you'll need to succeed

Understanding of the Children's Leaving Care Act 2000 related regulations and guidance
Knowledge of the difficulties and range of issues faced by children in and leaving care as they make their transition to adulthood.
2 years minimum working with young people in a supportive role in a voluntary or statutory setting
Demonstrate good written and verbal skills in a variety of settings, including colleagues, young people, professionals and external agencies
Ability to respond to complaints in a polite and timely manner in accordance with policy
Experience of dealing with distressed and complex young people in a professional manner
Experience of resettlement support and the issues of resettling young people
Understanding of working with children & Young People from different racial and cultural background
Understanding the barriers that young people face accessing and sustaining education, training and employment.
Demonstrate a commitment to equality within the workplace and in-service delivery
What you'll get in return

Monday to Friday
36 hours per week
Office based, outreach and mobile working
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

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Social Worker - Fostering Service job in Bradford, Yorkshire

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Job Title: Social Worker – Fostering Service
Job Type: Temporary
Location: Bradford, Yorkshire
Salary: £28.11 – £35.00/hour Free DBS if needed
Company: CV-Library
Category: Social Care
Benefits: Free DBS if needed

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Job Description: Ashberry Recruitment are currently recruiting for a number of Qualified Social Worker’s to join our client Bradford Metropolitan Borough Council.
Our client, have a number of requirements across a number of different teams within their Children Service Teams but this particular role is for an agency Social Worker to join their Fostering Service which is based out of Bradford.
Ashberry Recruitment would ask that applicants meet the following:

– DIPSW or equivalent qualification in Social Work and will be registered with Social Work England as a qualified Social Worker.
– Have a full driving licence and car available for work along with business insurance. 
– Have excellent verbal and written communication skills and be able to make good decisions based on the information available, ensuring effective relationships with other professionals.
– Have the ability to work within and contribute to a team.
– Possess knowledge of service needs for ethnic minority communities.
– Have confident IT skills and be able to navigate an electronic file system.
– Have the ability to write clear, concise and robust reports.
– Have a flexible approach to work and working hours when the need arises.

Contracts are full-time (37hrs) and generally offered for a minimum of 3 months before rolling on for another 3 more months at a time.
Ashberry Recruitment have a team of specialist Social Work Consultants who are here to help you find your next contract and support you through your agency Social Work career.
Please contact Gavin our Senior Specialist Social Work Recruiter should you like to discuss this vacancy or should you wish to discuss any other Social Work vacancies of any nature within the North of England and surrounding areas

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