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One to One Male Support Workers- The Burrows

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Autism West Midlands are recruiting for exceptional one to one Male Support Workers for our new Supported Living Scheme in Droitwich.  Support Workers who will encourage and help individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations and to access the community in a meaningful way. Our new service, ‘The Burrows’ will contain 8 individual apartments and will be home to 8 adults with Autism. We are a provider that places the person we support at the centre of what we do as well as value and utilise the skills and talents of our support staff.

We are recruiting for male 1 to 1 support workers on both full time (37.5 hours) and part time contracts. The role will require a mix of shifts to be worked which include early and late shifts on a rota basis.

Becoming a One to One Support Worker with Autism West Midlands means you are someone who will:

Support Worker Aspire to Inspire
Text on a circle says Get to know the person you are supporting

 

Your main focus will be providing one to one support to understand the person you support by identifying his/her likes/dislikes hobbies and interests. It’s important that you listen, understand and respect each person you are providing support for. So they can lead a fulfilling and rewarding life.

“My senses might affect me in ways you don’t experience, please try to understand.”

Text on a circle says Be flexible & creative

 

You must be able to adopt a flexible approach and identify what the individual wants and how you can support to achieve it. We want our support workers to be creative and proactive in discovering how goals can be worked towards and achieved together.

“My routine is important to me but sometimes I like a change and want something different. Support my choices and understand that I have the right to change my mind.”

Text on a circle says Do the right thing

 

The people we support are vulnerable adults and therefore a part of your role is ensuring that we hold accurate and reliable records and safeguard the individuals against any perceived or actual harm

“I may not always be able to say how I feel so pay attention to me and see the changes in my behaviour, that’s how you’ll know if somethings not right. Do the right thing by me”

We want people that Aspire to Inspire! As a Support worker you will benefit from working in a specialist environment with specialist training and assisting people to settle into their new home, develop their skills and live a happy and meaningful life. Alongside the exceptional training you will receive the following benefits:

  • £8.40 per hour
  • Free Health care cash back scheme
  • Life assurance
  • Discounts at many gyms and fitness centres
  • Free onsite parking
  • Continuous professional development

We are looking for applicants with at least 1 years’ experience in a care environment and are confident working in a one to one environment. Drivers are preferable for this role.

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