About the apprenticeship
To assist clients practical support needs as required, Such Support will include:
•Where necessary, personal care with dignity and respect
•Encourage feedback from clients and their relatives regarding satisfaction/dissatisfaction with the service.
•Act as an appropriate role model for clients.
•Abide by current Food preparation, shopping, leisure activities.
•Guidelines, regulations and good practice concerning the promotion of good health, safe food handling, hygiene and Health and Safety at work.
•Where necessary, to fully co-operate with the management of challenging behaviour.
•Co-operate with the control of expenditure, following prescribed financial procedures.
•Participate in staff meetings, team activities and training as required.
•Assist the accurate and confidential maintenance of client records and other administrative duties as required.
•Co-operate with monitoring and review processes as required.
•Undertake duties as requested by the manager, including flexible working i.e. evening, weekends and nights to fully meet clients needs.
•Implement the principles of the Valebrook Equal Opportunities Policy while carrying out the above duties.
•Addition to the above duties, the post-holder must be prepared to undertake such additional/comparable duties which may result from changing circumstances, but which may not of necessity change the general character or level of responsibility accordeto the post.
Currently recruiting for support workers to support individuals with learning disabilities and challenging behaviour in the Barry Area.
Previous experience required but not essential.
Required to undergo an Enhanced DBS Check.
Full training provided.
Day Shifts - 8am - 8pm. Night Shifts 8pm - 8am.
Minimum Age - 18.
Excellent communication skills
No minimum requirements
Welsh Spoken Skills: No Welsh Written Skills: No
Training provider course:
Health & Social Care Level 2
About the employer
Valebrook Care Services
95 Coldbrook Road East
Vale of Glamorgan
Yes, we are part of the Disability Confident Scheme from the UK Department for Work and Pensions.
Please note that all apprenticeships are open to everyone. However, some organisations have worked to achieve Disability Confident accreditation. You should always apply for the apprenticeship you feel best suited to.
The successful candidates will be notified of interview as appropriate.