Support Worker Learning Disabilities (000118)
Training and benefits
MacIntyre provides a full induction and ongoing training, including the opportunity to gain nationally accredited vocational qualifications, free of charge.
Our benefits include:
- 6 weeks (including statutory public holidays)
- Workplace pension scheme
- MacIntyre Perks which offers up to 6% discount off leading retailers including Tesco, Curry/PC World, Costa and many more
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) to support your health and wellbeing
- MacIntyre Staff Savings Scheme
- Cashplan which provides money back on core health treatments such as: optical, dental, physiotherapy, chiropody
- MacIntyre Rewards Scheme
- MacIntyre pays for your DBS check
What a heart warming feeling it is to bring a smile to another's face. But do you know what lasts longer than a smile? The feeling of supporting and empowering people with learning disabilities and autism to live a life that makes sense to them.
Seeing the difference that YOU can make. Now that IS rewarding….
We are seeking experienced and non experienced Support Workers
MacIntyre is an award-winning national charity supporting people with learning disabilities. We use person centred approaches to keep the people we support safe, happy and healthy and to ensure each individual is able to live a life that makes sense to them.
We're looking for a support worker to join our very small and friendly residential home very close to the city center.
You will be supporting in one of our care homes in Glenfield, with a range of activities from the everyday living needs and 'must dos' (such as assisting with medications, supporting with attending health and medical appointments, moving and handling, personal care and PBS support), through to the lighter side of life doing things like supporting individuals going to the cinema, taking a walk to the local shops to get magazines, swimming, supporting to go to Leicester City football home games, helping to cook delicious healthy meals and getting involved with arts and crafts.
You'll also be supporting our adults with personal development through taking part in our highly praised training program.
This role is 37.5 hours per week working on a rota that consists of shifts covering; 7am -3pm or 2.45-10pm 24/7 including weekends and bank holidays, with sleeps at the service.
What we need from you
Firstly, you don't need experience to become a Support Worker but it's not easy. The work can be demanding and challenging at times but no 2 days are the same and the reward of seeing YOUR personal impact is incredibly inspiring and it's something you'll never forget.
As long as you have the passion and drive to want to make a real difference, we'll teach you the rest. With your key attributes and our training, together we can deliver the best possible support.
You will need a full manual drivers licence that allows you to drive in the UK.
If this job sounds like the right fit for you, click on the purple Apply button on the MacIntyre website, complete some brief details and upload your CV.* Don't have a CV? Not sure if you'd qualify? Sometimes it's easier to chat it all out over the phone so please, don't hesitate to call our friendly team to discuss any of your questions. We won't judge if you decide not to go ahead.
* If you would prefer to complete a manual application form, you can either download one from the attachments on our website advert or phone us on 01908 357 016 and we will send an application form to you.
Safer Recruitment Statement
MacIntyre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. Therefore we work with successful candidates to complete appropriate checks prior to joining.
Please note: we reserve the right to close this advert early if we have received a sufficient number of applications, so don't delay, apply today.
Empowering people with a learning disability to live a life that makes sense to them
Contact 01908 357016 in case of query. Registered Charity No. 250840
*This post is exempt from the Equality Act 2010 (Schedule 9, Part 1) which provides for the application of a genuine occupational requirement.