Residential Support Worker
Salary:£23,541.00 - £25,991.00 (Pro Rata)
Location:Cathedral View - GL1 2QX
Closing date:13 May 2021 at midnight
These vacancies are for Cathedral View in Gloucester, a 9 bedded short break and Emergency unit, but you may occasionally be expected to work at The Vicarage in Cheltenham and Longhouse in Stroud.
There are two posts: Grade 6 - £23,541 – £25,991 pro rata
Post 1 - 24hrs per week Post 2 - 25hrs per week on a shift basis plus 1/3 enhancement for hours worked 8pm – 6am plus 1/3 enhancements paid for all hours worked at the weekend.
We are looking for someone to work in Gloucestershire County Council’s short breaks units for adults with learning disabilities.
The successful candidate will work as part of a team on a shift basis, including weekends and sleep in duties. To assist in creating and maintaining a positive, caring and stimulating environment, to meet the emotional, physical and psychological needs of adults with a learning disability.
The ideal candidate will take up delegated responsibilities to ensure the day to day running of the unit; including being a keyworker, personal care, following care plans and risk assessments & administering medication. We are looking for someone with good organisational abilities, fantastic communication skills and someone with a keen eye for detail.
If you have experience of working within an LD setting or related field, and want to join a busy, positive, caring and supportive team please apply.
In addition to your plain salary additional 1/3 enhancements are paid for hours worked 8pm – 6am
plus additional 1/3 enhancements paid for all hours worked at the weekend.
For an informal discussion: Please ring Cathedral View and speak to Lesley/Kamila on 01452 303248 for more info or email firstname.lastname@example.org // email@example.com
Gloucestershire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people or vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We value diversity in our workforce and positively welcome applications from all sections of the community.
It is a legal requirement, under the Immigration Act 2016, that anyone appointed to a ‘customer facing role’ must be able to demonstrate an ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence in fluent English.