Residential Support Worker Birmingham (Mental Health)

Recruiter
networx
Location
Birmingham
Salary
Competitive
Posted
20 Apr 2019
Closes
21 Apr 2019
Contract Type
Permanent

Residential Support Worker Birmingham (Mental Health)
GBP17,658 FTE (pro rata GBP8,829 - 18.75 hours per week) per annum / GBP9.00 per hour

Residential Support Worker Opportunities
37.5 Hours per week Flint Green House - Acocks Green
18.75 hours per week Ludford Road - Bartley Green

Relief Residential Support Worker
18.75 Hours to work in South Birmingham

Relief Worker Opportunities also available

Are you enthusiastic, able to facilitate recovery activities, fun loving, passionate about mental health, a good negotiator and motivator and able to work on a rota basis?


Our client's residents are looking for someone who is "pleasant, respectful, approachable, easy to speak to, willing to listen and someone who thinks on their feet".


Do you have an interest in working with those who experience mental health distress who are living in a Residential Care Home?


Our client is a leading provider of mental health services in Birmingham and the West Midlands. As a Residential Support Worker you will work in partnership with people who are experiencing mental health difficulties using a person centred recovery approach that focuses on maintaining and strengthening their presence in the community.


You will have experience of working in a residential care environment within the mental health field.

Benefits include an attractive defined contribution pension scheme, Paycare which offers employees affordable cover for a range of healthcare treatments, an Employee Assistance Programme which includes free counselling and a comprehensive training programme.


Post holders must be able to work flexible shifts Monday to Sunday. There is also a requirement for the post holders to be available to work sleep-in duties.


People are key to the success of the organisation and they are recognised as both a Mindful Employer as well as achieving Gold standard success in Investors in People. They welcome applications from people who have experienced mental health difficulties.