Waking night support worker
A number of permanent roles exist in Bolton in our residential children’s home or in the home of a young man who receives 24 hour care. Our services are tailored to the needs of individuals who have learning difficulties, autism and complex needs.
As our waking night support worker…
- You’ll be a positive and supportive role model. You’ll encourage confidence, self-esteem and essential life skills in a nurturing and empowering manner
- You’ll provide care and support through well-planned and established bedtime routines
- At times, support individuals through the night to help them re-settle and be safe if they awake
- Support individuals that may need support with personal care, administration of medication and agreed morning routines
- Complete some administration/report writing, light housework and may undertake lone working shifts
If you’re caring, passionate and looking to make a difference to others then this could be the role for you!
Experience of working with children with physical and learning disabilities would be a distinct advantage. Experience of working with adults in any setting would be highly beneficial.
All staff are expected to complete appropriate formal QCF qualifications in the Together Trust’s services. It’s essential for people who want to work with children complete the Level 3 in Caring for Young People within a residential setting if they don’t already hold this. As our teams offer 24/7 support you’ll need to be flexible and willing to work shifts (weekends and potentially on the young people’s annual holiday).
This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via email.