Support Worker (8:30am - 5pm)

Support Worker (8:30am - 5pm)

iBC Healthcare | Birmingham, ENG, GB

Posted a month ago

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Would you like to join our amazing team here at iBC Healthcare who recently won 3 major National Care Awards?

WINNER - Frontline Leader National Award at the LD and Autism awards.

WINNER - Regional Winner at the Great British Care Awards for Putting People First.

WINNER - National Award Winner at the Great British Care Awards for Putting People First.

We have an excellent career opportunity for the role of Support Worker to join our team here at iBC Healthcare within our Forward Day Service in the Birmingham B73 area.

Have you heard what current staff have been saying about working for us…?

‘From when I applied for this job to my induction I have had non stop contact with the recruitment team, reassuring me and keeping me up to date with what's going on. iBC are amazing and I feel very welcome.’ - New Starter May 2022

Hours: 08:30am – 5pmpm Monday to Friday with an occasional Saturday.

Pay: £9.66 per hour

Benefits / Package

£9.66 an hour
A well-established healthcare provider who invests in their team
A growing company making a huge difference in people's lives everyday.
Excellent management and supportive staff.
Ongoing training and development.
Career progression opportunities.
Gain further NVQ’s such as level 2, 3 and 5.
28 days holiday including bank holidays
Support Worker Awards
Team Building Days
Recommend a friend reward
Excellent Induction and Training
Free DBS

Who is iBC Healthcare

iBC are a leading Health & Social care provider in the Midlands, providing support to 100s of individuals with learning disabilities, complex needs, autism & mental health needs. We hold contracts with over 20 Local Authorities & CCGs and continue to build relationships with commissioner’s to develop bespoke care facilities.

We exist with the purpose of supporting people with disabilities to live meaningful lives by providing quality support and access to mainstream activities and opportunities throughout our various services. We promise to ensure that people that choose to use our services are listened to, valued and supported with all of their goals and aspirations.

Our ideal candidate:

Proactive person who can use your own decision making
Willingness to learn and develop your skills
Good Attitude and work ethic
Able to work independently as well as part of a team
Empathetic to people and kind
Good communication skills
A desire to genuinely help other people and make a difference

Key responsibilities:

Supporting young adults and adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, complex needs and challenging behavior within a supported living environment
Providing high standards of care and support for service users, in line with care and support plans, compliance with CQC regulations and the care & support policies and procedures
Identifying needs and preferences for each individual and providing personal care
Encourage good community relationships by promoting a variety of activities
Accurately report, record and maintain records as required and working to care plans
Be a kind, empathetic and people person who works well in a team.

If you have any questions or would like some further information on the role, please 'APPLY' now and we can arrange a phone call at your earliest convenience. We can’t wait to hear from you.