Job description

Requirements

  • Entry level
  • No Education
  • Salary to negotiate
  • Derby

Description

Creative Support is a thriving and progressive national third sector social care organisation, with a passion for delivering high quality and meaningful services to the people we support.

We are looking to recruit warm, flexible and motivated individuals to provide person centred support to people living at our supported living service in Alvaston, Derby.

Some of the people we support may have additional complex physical or other health and social needs. You will be supporting the tenants to maximise their sense of wellbeing and independence through tailored, ongoing care and support. You will work to make a positive difference in the tenants’ lives and promote their independence at every step, whilst enabling to enjoy a fulfilling and valued life. You will enjoy inspiring the people we support to enjoy opportunities for personal development and engagement within their local communities.

Previous experience is essential. You will receive a full local and corporate induction.

This is a relief position which enables you to pick up shifts at a time that suits you, and is ideal for fitting around personal commitments, study or caring responsibilities. The flexible shift pattern includes evenings, weekends and sleep-ins. In addition to opportunities for personal and career development, we offer good conditions of service and a supportive, hands-on management culture. Car drivers are desirable for this role, though it is not a requirement.

Creative Support is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to delivering local high quality care through a well-established and supported local work force.
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