To enable the Service Users to lead a valued and fulfilling life and to maximise the potential capacity of all Service Users, physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially.
Scope of the job:
Service User support, general responsibilities and professional development.
• To work in within the philosophy of valuing people.
• To have a working knowledge of, and work in accordance with, Policies and Procedures and guidelines.
• To support the personalised development of each Service User, recognising talent, sensitivities and beliefs.
• To respect the dignity and individuality of each Service User and provide the Service Users with choices where appropriate.
• To ensure a high standard of personal care for each Service User, including matters of physical well-being and personal hygiene.
• To be aware of the emotional needs and aspirations of each Service User and provide opportunities for appropriate emotional expression.
• To follow consistently all agreed Care Plans, Risk Assessments and individual Service User guidelines, reporting any progress or problems with these.
• To ensure the safety of the Service Users at all times, reporting promptly any concerns about the health, safety and well-being of Service Users.
• To write detailed written records on the Service Users’ development.
• To accurately maintain all records as required by the Service Manager.
• To be aware of the main provisions of the relevant sector standards and regulations.
• To remain vigilant and awake at all times during night working hours in order to respond immediately to the needs of Service Users.
• To contribute to the overall cleaning of the home and involving Service Users in these tasks as appropriate.
• To be aware of and have available all contact details and telephone numbers that may be required in an emergency.
Self Competencies - Being an effective role model
- Maintaining composure and quality of work life
• To regularly attend staff meetings / seminars, individual support and supervision meetings during day time hours when necessary.
• To undertake courses and pursue own professional development and training, staff are encouraged to proactively improve their skills as appropriate.
In return we offer:
• An excellent induction programme and on-going commitment to your training and development
• Pension Scheme
• Wider Wallet Benefits
• Child Care Vouchers
• Employee Assistance Programme
• DBS check
This position is subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure and two references, one of which must be from your current or most employer.
For further information please contact Matthew Butcher on 0208 255 5046 or email Matthew.Butcher@regard.co.uk. Alternatively, please complete the application form below.
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