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Healthcare Assistant Adult LD & Autism (Kings Norton)

King's Norton

Job Description

Danshell support adults living with a learning disability or autism with complex needs across 24 specialist health and social care settings in the UK. We work in partnership with the people who use our services and their families to ensure they have increasing choice and their voice is heard and acted upon at all levels of the organisation. We ensure that our services reflect the individuality of each person we serve and we uphold their right to feel safe and respected.

As a Danshell Support Worker you will assist the clinical team in the delivery of care to our service users which will promote service user personal pathways.

The successful candidate will have previous experience within Health and Social Care, with an appropriate NVQ Qualification. Similiar experience within our client group would be desired, but is not essential.

We provide full training and clear pathways to progress. Training includes Free Comprehensive induction, Leading & Managing in the Workplace, Maybo, Elysses, Root Cause Analysis, to name a few. We also cover the cost of your DBS (PvG - Scotland) check.

Additional Benefits include:

  • Staff meals
  • 20 days of annual leave
  • 1% match pension contribution
  • Death in service one time annual salary
  • CPD - NVQ/QCF and range of training available
  • National living wage paid to all staff - regardless of age

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

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