St Annes Community Services

  • Durham
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Not all jobs give you the satisfaction of seeing someone you work with achieve their true potential. Social Care is a rewarding career and St Anne’s is a leading provider of care and support services in Yorkshire and the North East, with a reputation for high quality, person-centred services.



Support Worker* Ref: SL/525

£16,330 - £17,600 per annum (pro rata)

30 hours per week

(Shifts on a rota basis, 24 hours 365 days per year. Shift patterns include waking night duty, varied day shift patterns and may include sleep-in shifts)

Durham

*Temporary until approximately January 2019



St. Anne’s is an award-winning Organisation within the Adult Social Care sector providing wide-ranging support to clients across the North of England. We are currently looking for Support Workers who can demonstrate compassion and empathy in their approach to caring for our clients.



We provide care and support to clients who live in their own homes, providing 1-1 support to clients who have learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviours and communication difficulties. You will need to support clients with all aspects of daily living, including maintaining their homes, cooking, cleaning and shopping. You will be required to support clients with personal care.



A full driving licence is required and you must be prepared to drive clients own manual vehicles.



You must either possess a Level 2/3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (or equivalent), or be willing to work towards this once in post.



At St. Anne’s, we want to reward our employees for the hard work they do so we have a great benefits package including:




Competitive rates of pay
Minimum of 20 days annual leave (pro rata for part time hours) rising annually to a maximum of 25 days plus 8 notified statutory holidays
Access to a fantastic Employee Benefits scheme – Hundreds of discounts at major retailers like Sainsbury’s and Boots
24 Hour Employee Assistance Programme – including free counselling sessions & support
Sector-generous Group Personal Pension Scheme
Continuous opportunities for career development
Flexible working opportunities (where applicable) upon successful completion of probationary period




For an informal discussion of these positions contact Claire McCabe on 07896891102.



Closing Date: 19th April 2018

Interview Date: 27th April 2018