Night Support Worker, Weekends- East Sussex
Night Support Worker
Saturday and Sunday 10.5 hour waking night shifts
To support and assist the service users in all aspects of their daily lives. Ensuring they receive a good standard of physical, emotional and social care.
Salary £11.55 per hour
Duties and Responsibilities May Include
-The post holder will be expected to assume a level of responsibility designated by the service manager.
-To develop a full knowledge and understanding of administrative procedures pertaining to the service users.
-Ensure that satisfactory recordings are made in relation to all service users, for example, daily recordings, monthly reports, review and care plans.
-To be aware of the Care Quality Commission, its role and the essential outcomes and regulations.
-To support our service users in all aspects of their daily lives
-Assist the service users with their individual Support plans and help them to achieve their goals.
-Provide respect for their personal wishes, choices, space and possessions and have due regard to the level of disability of all service users and respect their individuality.
-Provide a high level of dignity, respect and value to the service users in all areas of contact.
-Assist service users in their personal care when appropriate.
-All other duties are documented within the full job description
-To participate in regular supervision sessions and individual personal reviews with your service manager, and attend regular staff meetings.
-The post holder will be required to attend in service training programs.
-To be aware of and work within the company’s policies and procedures, including the regulations of Health and Safety at Work Act.
Skills & Knowlege
-Clear written and verbal communication skills.
-Must have appropriate life skills, and carry out a range of personal care tasks as stated in personal service users plans.
-Experience of team working.
-Knowledge and experience of the need for dignity, respect and sensitivity when dealing with people with a disability.
-Experience of working with adults with a Learning disability / mental illness.
Experience & Qualifications
-Willingness to undertake appropriate and regular training as required and in accordance with CQC and Skills for Care Outcomes and our own training plan.
-Face to face working with people with a learning disability and Autism
-Dealing with challenging situations & behaviours.
-Experience in residential care or supported living.
-NVQ / Diploma level 2 in Care
Other Relevant Requirements