Support Worker - Brecon

Recruiter
Berry Recruitment
Location
Brecon
Salary
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Posted
19 Mar 2019
Closes
26 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Support Worker - Brecon
Description
Our client is an exciting and rapidly growing Welsh business which exists to work with children and young people who have needs associated with autistic spectrum conditions.
They are constantly looking for enthusiastic people to bring their personality, skills and experience to work and help the children and young people develop, grow and have fulfilling childhoods.
At their Brecon service every day is different and they ensure that all the young service users overcome barriers to enable them to be valued members of society.
Responsibilities
Encourage individuality, confidence, and self-esteem in those we support, optimising their quality of life, promoting their independence.
Support young people in a range of educational and vocational activities both on-site and in the wider community
Whilst bringing your own upbeat personality to work every day, become part of a great team
Provide a range of support tasks such as personal care, and develop their domestic and social skills.
Skills
Self-driven and resourceful
Team Player and an ability to motivate and support others
Good Communication and the ability to relate well to other people.
Flexible, Calm and emotional resilience.
Job Benefits
Comprehensive two-week induction programme
Paid-for and industry-leading training and support.
Excellent overtime opportunities with enhanced rates and a range of other benefits.
Enhanced maternity and paternity pay
Paid sick leave
Death in service/life cover
Perk Box- over 200 savings updated monthly
28 days annual leave which increases with long service
Real opportunities for progression with the majority of our senior roles filled internally
The opportunity to work towards a BTEC in Positive Behavioural Support
We will cover the cost of the DBS Check
If you think you're up for the challenge please apply
Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and ability to perform the duties of the job.