Why work for Fair Ways as an Outreach Support Worker?
- The reward of seeing families being able to stay together
- Seeing the service users develop independence
- All Support Shifts will be at a minimum of an hour as well as mileage and Travel Time between shifts being paid
- Making a difference in the lives of our Service Users and their families
- Completing daily contact sheets as well as promoting and safeguarding our Service Users welfare.
- Support and assist service users with personal care tasks where necessary and be proactive in planning and carrying out fun activities in the community.
- Recognise the need to intervene whilst managing challenging behaviour resulting from complex needs.
- Observe, assess and monitor Service User’s health development and emotional well-being.
- Regularly review and update Risk Assessments and Care Plans in line with the needs of the service user.
- Attend team meetings, partake in handovers and provide positive and informative critique.
- You need to be someone who cares, who wants to make a difference and is a reliable individual.
- Our ideal candidate will have experience of working with children, young people and/or adults with both learning and physical disabilities, including autism however this is not essential as full training will be provided.
- Holding a Level 2/3 Diploma in Health and Social Care or equivalent is desirable, but not essential.
- They will also have the ability to advocate for Service Users and enable them to advocate for themselves.
- All candidates must have a full driving license and have access to use of a car.
- Successful candidates will be required to provide an enhanced Disclosure (DBS). This disclosure cost will be met by Fair Ways.
- We provide in house Induction training prior to starting in your role. Our training department also offers a wide range of accredited courses from Level 2 Awards to Level 5 Diplomas in Health and Social Care, Children and Young People, Counselling, Health Care and Assessing, for those who want to progress.
- Offer access to legal, financial and personal advice.
- After a year’s employment, staff can benefit from a health scheme including discounts for restaurants, optical/dental discount and childcare vouchers.
- Offer discounted gym memberships.
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