Day shifts with occasional night cover, 8am - 3pm, 10am - 5pm, 3pm - 10pm, 10pm - 8am, 9:30pm - 7:30am and sleep ins on a rota basis.
As a Support Worker at John Cabot House will support individuals with acquired brain injuries with their daily needs. As a support worker you will promote independence and support them to lead as fulfilling life as possible. Our support workers incorporate both therapy based activities and social based activities.
For Support Workers in this location no experience is necessary as all of our staff receive training tailored to the needs of the people they support.
A full UK Driving Licence is preferred.
We offer a great range of benefits which include:-
- Paid DBS & Holidays **
- Salary scale /progression if you want it
- Life insurance & Pension Scheme
- Retail rewards & savings
- Long service awards
- Recommend a Friend Scheme which rewards £500 to £2000 T&C apply
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. We are an equal opportunities employer.
**Should your employment with Voyage Care terminate for any reason within the first 3 months of your employment start date, the full cost of the DBS will be repayable back to us. Deducted from your final salary.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. We are an equal opportunities employer. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG check and Regulated Activity which will include a check against the Barred adult list.
COVID-19 safety is important to us all, we support our staff and the people we support to stay safe by wearing correct PPE, including Type IIR Fluid Resistant Surgical Masks (FRSM), aprons and gloves at all times. We have a in-house team that ensures that all of our services have plenty of PPE at all times. All care and support is carried out following the latest Government guidance. Our aim is to keep you and the people we support safe.
* Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.