Challenging Behaviour Support Worker (Bank)
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Challenging Behaviour Support Worker (Bank)
Children's Bespoke Service Residential Care - LD
£12.00 - £12.50 an hour
Bank positions available
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Please return your completed application form to: Autonomy Care Group, 67 Roundpond, Melksham, Wiltshire SN12 8EB.
Individual needs are at the centre of our practice, and we listen and respond to the individual’s voice when planning their care. Achieving positive outcomes is paramount to us.
We also seek to maximise the young persons strengths as well as considering their needs. We provide an environment where the young person can grow and flourish as they transition into adulthood.
People are at the centre of everything we do. We value everyone at the Autonomy Care Group who all make a positive difference everyday by providing an excellent level of individualised care and support to the users of our services they need to lead a high quality of life. Find out more about us and Autonomy Plus - on our website autonomygroup.net
(This Role is exempt under the Equalities Act 2010, Schedule 9 part 1)
This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a brand new team providing support to a young person with complex needs and challenging behaviours.
This is a support worker role to support the senior team to maintain an effective and responsive service to the optimum benefit of the young person, offering opportunities and maximising choice.
From the outset you will be fundamental in supporting the young persons move into the new bespoke service that will be opening just outside of Westbury.
You will be providing 3 to 1 support as a team and, as challenging behaviour support worker, you will be responsible for supporting this young person to achieve positive outcomes through our holistic approach.
- £12.00 - £12.50 per hour
- Bank shifts available
- Pay enhancements for bank holidays
- Ongoing training and development
- Auto enrolment pension
- Employee assistance programme
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You will be a positive role model committed to the individual needs of the young person we support which can include personal, practical, social and domestic support.
You will be responsible for completing relevant documentation for the person being supported ensuring compliance with guidance, statutory regulation and company policies and procedures.
We are looking for people who:
- Have a minimum of 3 years support work experience working with people with complex needs and behaviours that challenge.
- That hold a minimum of QCF level 2 in health and social care or equivalent.
- Are caring and respectful enabling the young person we support to learn and grow
- Are flexible and adaptable who want to go the extra mile if it means making a positive difference to their lives
- Are enthusiastic with excellent communication skills committed to developing positive working relationships
- Hold a valid driving license
Due to regulatory requirements we are unable to accept applications from people under the age of 22.
We offer competitive rates of pay, including pay enhancements for bank holidays, an auto enrolment pension, long service awards, confidential employee advice line, family friendly policies and continued support and mentoring from your management team.
Training is tailored around the needs of the young person in our care and this high quality training enhances the support packages we offer. All staff will undertake accredited Positive Behaviour Support training.
You will be joining a growing team of kind, caring, happy and dedicated like minded people who all share the same values. In return for your commitment we will provide you with the training and development you need to be confident and competent in your role.
- Support Environment: 3 years (Required)
- NVQ Level 2 Health & Social Care (Required)
We are following the Government’s Guidelines to ensure the safety of our young people and the team who support, to limit the spread of infection in our children’s homes.
We are committed in all aspects of safety for our team and young people, to reassure everyone that we always have full PPE supplies for all our services.
Our early adoption of the vaccine means as a key worker you will have access to an early vaccination, alongside weekly tests, known as PCR testing, whilst working in one of our homes.
We are committed to the safety and well-being of the individuals who use our services and promote safer recruitment practices.