Do you want variety and fulfilment from your job?
Would you like no two days to be the same?
Can you interact and communicate with the people you support in a way that promotes dignity and respect?
Can you support people to live an everyday life and help them engage with their families, friends and local community?
Can you help, with cooking and assisting with personal care?
Can you work flexible shifts, including some weekends and bank holidays?
Do you have a passion for supporting people?
Then this is an exciting opportunity for you to work with the clear aims to support people in gaining confidence and independence
Gordon Avenue, is a 6 bedded Supported living service supporting younger adults with learning disabilities, autism, emotional needs and or underlying mental health needs in the heart of Camberley.
We offer person-centred support to adults with learning disabilities, where people supported can grow in confidence and develop the daily living and decision-making skills they need.
This position is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and two references, one of which must be from your current or most recent employer.
For further details on this role, please contact Matthew Butcher on 0208 255 5046 or email Matthew.Butcher@regard.co.uk
Alternatively, please complete our on-line application form by clicking the apply button below.
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Gordon Avenue is a supported living, younger person’s transition service, ideal for young adults leaving residential college or foster care/ family home. We specialise in supporting younger adults with learning disabilities, autism, emotional needs and or underlying mental health needs. The service can accommodate six tenants.
Welcome to Regard. We are a national provider of accommodation and specialist support to people with a learning disability and by joining us you will find your time being productive, enjoyable, hard-working but most of all you will have a positive input into the lives of the people for whom we provide services too.
Regard’s commitment to equality and diversity means that every person supported by Regard has their individual needs comprehensively addressed and are treated equally and without discrimination.
We have ran over 465 courses in 2015 with more that 5500 attendees. Read more….
We are dedicated to provide our staff with job satisfaction, long term prospects, competitive pay and good working conditions to ensure everyone can grow and flourish within our organisation for years to come.
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