Support Worker - Learning Disabilities
We are currently looking for a Support Worker to join our team of dedicated professionals, on a permanent full time basis, supporting service users with learning disabilities in Kent.
We aim to enable and encourage our service users to live as independently as possible within a community setting. The service users have varied and active lives; working, studying and participating in local community groups.
You'll need to demonstrate commitment to supporting people in making everyday choices on how they want to live their lives. Experience of working with people with learning disabilities is not essential as full training will be given. You must be able to work day shifts, weekends, sleep ins.
Due to the nature of the role applicants are required to have a patient, caring and sensitive approach.
This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your skills and experience to really make a difference.
In return we offer:
- At least 25 days paid holiday and bank holidays
- Company sick pay dependent on your length of service
- Matched pension contributions up to 7.5%
- Interest free loans for season ticket and study leave
- Paternity and maternity benefit
- Company Bonus Scheme
- Flexible benefits scheme offering a variety of deals and discounts from financial and health plans to savings on your shopping or eating out
Closing Date: Monday 1st July 2019 at midday
For further details on this vacancy, and to apply, please visit our website http://careers.clarionhg.com/vacancies/
You must be able to travel across regions as required.
This post is subject to an Enhanced Adult Criminal Record Check.
Clarion Housing Group
Clarion Housing Group comprises the country's largest housing association; a property development company, a charitable foundation and a repairs and maintenance service.
The Group's housing association, Clarion Housing is the largest social landlord in the country with 360,000 residents.
We have ambitious plans to build 50,000 new homes over 10 years, with a commitment that two thirds of the programme will be affordable housing.
The charitable foundation, Clarion Futures, will invest £150 million over ten years to deliver one of the largest social investment programmes in the country. Priorities are work and training; money management and young people
Clarion Housing Group is committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce.