*Female Bank Support Worker
We are recruiting an enthusiastic *Female Bank Support Worker who has experience of working with young adults with additional needs. This is an ideal role for someone interested or studying in the fields of brain injury rehabilitation, psychology, occupational therapy or physiotherapy.
This is an ideal role for someone interested in or studying the fields of Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Psychology, Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy.
You will be working with an outgoing, adventurous young lady living in the Oxford area, who has cerebral palsy.
You will be responsible for enabling the client to lead a fulfilling life, including assisting in managing and attending weekly appointments and therapeutic activities; supporting the client to attend regular physio and fitness sessions; and supporting in researching, planning, booking and taking part in other fun and meaningful activities.
The role also has the opportunity to include occasional weekend trips around the UK and longer trips abroad. Additional responsibilities will include assisting with activities of daily living, including personal care, maximising the client’s physical and psychological well-being, and maintaining safety at all times.
The bank Support Worker will be required to cover shifts as required, staff holidays and sickness. They should be flexible and willing to deal with the day to day needs of the family. A variety of shifts are available to include days, evenings and weekends.
Our client seeks someone who is well organised and flexible.
An NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care or equivalent is desirable. Otherwise the applicant must be willing to undertake Care Certificate training.
All posts are subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with Adult Workforce Barring. Full training will be provided. A full driving licence is essential.
NB: Community Case Management Services Limited are not the Employer
If you require any further information, please contact Recruitment on 01608 682522 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Reference: HR/CC
"Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010" for a Female worker to work with our client.