Are you the type of person who enjoys helping others and making a difference to someone's life? If you do..then a support worker career could be for you!
Shaw healthcare are currently recruiting for a Support Worker to deliver a quality of care and support to our service users in line with our care principles of 'wellness, happiness, and kindness' to ensure that the physical, social, psychological and emotional needs of our service users are met.
If you join our team we will offer you:
- Starting rate of pay £7.41 per hour
- A career pathway and excellent training to encourage progression with access to QCF qualification
- Fully paid induction
- Company pension scheme that includes employer contributions
- Staff benefit scheme including childcare vouchers and discounted high street shopping including travel agents and supermarkets!
To join our team we are looking for:
- A committed, positive and caring person, who could be confident to deliver person centred care to our residents
- Excellent communicator
- Active team Member to bring their own personality and experiences to the service
As the role requires work with vulnerable people and delivering personal care, your employment will be subject to appropriate pre-employment checks including referencing Disclosure and Barring Service Check.
Do I need previous experience…?
We do not ask for any formal qualifications or experience of working in care before, although having previous experience in a similar role would be desirable. You will be at the very heart of our industry, so you are expected to be reliable, dependable and committed to make a difference to our service.
Shaw healthcare has grown from its origin as a registered housing association to one of the UK’s leading healthcare providers largely through partnerships with public agencies responsible for both health and social care.
We are unique as a major healthcare provider in being 74% owned by its staff and 26% by its former parent company Shaw healthcare (Homes) Ltd.
Shaw has forged successful partnerships with Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) and Social Care teams across England and Wales, developing care services and facilities for people with specific needs at the request of care commissioners.
We provide a spectrum of services from comprehensive care packages through to low level support in the community for older people and adults with physical, sensory or mental health support needs.
Shaw now employs over 4,600 people to provide care to over 3,000 individuals in registered care homes, hospitals, supported living arrangements, retirement schemes and domiciliary care settings.
We have links with UK universities to research and develop leading edge care practice and as a learning organisation we are committed to supporting the on-going training and education of all our staff.