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Waking Night Support Worker

  • £16 - 18 per hour
  • Ashford, Kent
  • Sussex HR
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WAKING NIGHT SUPPORT WORKER – ASHFORD

44 hours per week

£16.00 per hour (£36,608 per year) + weekend and bank holiday enhancement

A fantastic opportunity to work as a *Female Waking Night Support Worker with an engaging 13-year-old girl based in Ashford. The family are looking for Waking Night Support Workers who are caring, supportive and interactive whilst supporting her within the family home. 

Support is provided on a 2-to-1 basis during daytime shifts and a 1-to-1 basis during Waking Night shifts, within the family home.  

Rates of Pay

Monday to Friday - £16.00 per hour

Weekends - £18.00 per hour

Bank Holidays – 2 x the weekday hourly rate

Hours of Work

 

Shifts will be worked on a rota basis between Monday to Sunday, totalling 44 hours per week worked over four shifts between the hours of 19:30 - 06:30 (11 hours per shift).

Full time or part time applications considered.

The Client

13-year-old girl who suffered a traumatic brain injury and as such has severe physical and cognitive impairments. She needs full support with her day-to-day personal care, nutrition, mobility, therapy and psychological needs.

She loves being outdoors, going out to café’s/shopping. She enjoys drama, loves animals and thoroughly enjoys her hydro sessions.

Our Client is encouraged to live as full and comfortable a life as possible, so social and recreational activities are vital, together with supporting with her communication and visual responses.

Person Specification

Must be female*Fit, energetic and enthusiasticExperience of working with clients with complex care needs would be an advantageExperience of working as a Support Worker is essentialYou may be asked to support the client on family holidaysComfortable with using basic IT skills and handling equipment to ensure the client can access the full range of resources which is crucial in her day-to-day lifeFull clean UK driving licence is essential

*Exemption is claimed under the Equality Act 2010 Part 1 Schedule 9.

  • Advertiser: Agency
  • Posted on: 30/06/2022 15:13
  • Reference: AANC010