Posted on Dec 10, 2018 by ANHEDDAU CYF
DUE TO EXPANSION WE
Support Workers: £15,033 pa
£62.64 Sleep In Allowance
Potential to earn up to £19,000 per annum
Conwy & Rhyl Areas
Do you have the enthusiasm, desire and personal qualities to provide individual support and care for adults? Your ability to help others help themselves will shine through!
Be the first to embark on Anheddau's new two week fully paid induction programme at Anheddau Academy which leads to becoming a registered social care worker and the first steps on your journey to completing your HSCIF and QCF with our accredited City and Guilds Approved Centre.
All induction training will be paid including some study time and mileage costs. If you are an existing social care worker or totally new to the work at end of the two weeks you will be fully equipped to start supporting our individuals to realise their outcomes.
Closing Date 10th December 2018 - Interview Date 20th December 2018
INTERESTED? Please log in or register for free then on click on APPLY to download application form.
Education and Qualifications
- National Standards for Adult Literacy/Numeracy at Level 1
- Minimum of L2 Diploma in Health & Social Care GCSE Level C or above
- in Welsh, English and Maths
- An understanding of the difference between care and support
- An awareness of your duty of care in health and social care
- An awareness of the principles of safeguarding in health and social care
- An understanding of Person Centred Planning
- An awareness of the citizen directed support agenda in health and social care
- A working understanding of the Social Care Induction Framework (SCIF)
- A working understanding of the agreed Code of Practice for Social Care Workers
- Experience of engaging with people at all levels (this may come from your home, work or social life)
- Experience of Personal Care
- Experience of Challenging Behaviour
- Experience of working with people with support needs
- The ability to read understand and record information.
- The ability to respond appropriately to situations.
- Ability to work as part of a team or on your own initiative whilst maintaining the requirements of the care plan.
- Being able to carry out ordinary household tasks.
- The ability to interpret and implement the care plan.
- A full clean driving license
- Ability to communicate through the medium of Welsh (in accordance with the requirements of the service users this is an essential requirement in some services)
- Commitment to personal and professional development
- Recognition that the work involves evening, weekend work, sleep ins and bank
- A commitment to the principles of respect, dignity and professional conduct.
- Professional boundaries.
- Take personal responsibility for reporting any concerns.
- A commitment to the core values of the Organisation.