Salary: £9.25 /hour

Purpose of the role

An opportunity has risen within Natural Breaks to expand an established team of experienced staff members who provide assistance with the social and personal needs as well as comprehensive physical needs of a young gentleman whom lives in the Seaforth area.

We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and resourceful individuals who are able to provide support and care for a young gentleman whom lives within the family home. This is a personally rewarding role where you can make a difference not only to the young gentlemen whom is an avid Evertonian and has a wonderful sense of humour, but also to his family and their everyday lives.

We are looking for full and part time staff which will include working day time and waking night sessions. Day time sessions will have two staff members supporting, whilst waking night sessions will have a staff member having additional support from family members present within the family home.

Main responsibilities of the role include-

  • Delivering quality support in family the home, respecting the person’s dignity and wishes.
  • Providing person centred support at all times throughout the day and night.
  • Meeting clinical care needs for the individual including PEG feeding and the use of clinical equipment including tracheotomy management/ suction, ventilators and nebulizers.
  • To ensure the safe administration of medication.
  • To closely monitor the individual and observe and respond appropriately.
  • To have knowledge and be competent of all the equipment provide for the person.
  • To provide personal care.
  • To use moving and handling equipment safely and correctly.

Education, skills qualifications

  • Experience of working with people with individuals with complex health care needs including tracheotomy, ventilation and PEG (preferred but not essential as training will be given).
  • Ability to establish good working relationships with people with learning disabilities, their families and colleagues.
  • Physical ability to support people with learning disabilities and complex health care needs to take part in a wide range of day to day activities.
  • Ability to support people with disabilities to make informed choices and to take control of their own lives.
  • Ability to support people with personal care & to maintain their dignity.
  • Ability to be reliable, punctual, self- motivated and committed to the role.
  • Have a ‘hands on’ and ‘can do’ attitude.
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.

Benefits

  • Competitive rate of pay- currently £9.25 per hour.
  • Full clinical training specific to the person’s needs.
  • Training and the opportunity to gain a vocational qualification.
  • Company pension scheme.
  • Access to a membership discount scheme for retail and leisure activities.
  • Access to a Health cash plan and Credit Union savings plan.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

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Closing Date: Monday 23rd September 2019.