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North West - Lancashire

Permanent

£ 8.91-9.04

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Project Worker/Support Worker - Males Only required

Posted 47 days ago by Brook Street
Project Worker/Support Worker
8.91 unqualified
9.04 Qualified
45 per sleep

Hours

37 hours, sleeps on top, ideally 2 a week but can do 1 a week
9am-4pm or 4pm-11pm
Sleeps- 11pm-9am

An excellent opportunity has arisen for passionate and dedicated Project Workers to support the Team leader in the delivery of learning disability and mental health services across the Preston area. These areas include Rawtenstall/Oswaldtwistle/Accrington/ Brierfield

You will be working for an excellent provider in mental health and learning disabilities rehabilitation and recovery specialising in supporting people with high and complex needs, they work with people with mental health, substance misuse and other complex needs to achieve their ambitions and potential.

Joining the group at a very exciting time of growth and expansion, which could lead to future progression and development opportunities.

As Project Worker you will be supporting the Team Lead for ensuring the delivery of a high quality, responsive and person-centred care services. You`ll regularly complete any risk assessments where required to make sure customers are fully supported. You will be able to demonstrate good organisations skills, leadership, communication skills and a willingness to work closely with colleagues and the Team Leader to ensure the effective and smooth running of the Service. The successful candidate will hold relevant experience in the Social Care fields. You will have experience managing complex situations and have the ability to motivate and develop individuals.

This is a full-time position with a salary of 21,898 inclusive of 2 sleeps plus increments to salary in addition to excellent benefits, progression and developments. You must be flexible to meet the service needs.

Key Points-
Forensic/Mental Health/Learning Disabilities/drug offences/ex offenders/
No Personal Care
Out in the community, going on activities, teaching clients life skills, focus on clients hobbies & interests, big focus on engagement,
No challenging behaviour more verbal if anything

Benefits-
They get access to perk box, 6 weeks annual leave and they also get paid to take service users for activities for example in the past people have taken service users to they Man united football games, paid to go night fishing, horse riding, water sports like kayaking or motor sports ect- I used to ask candidates there hobbies for these roles as we have had someone who plays the guitar in the past, got offered so client has matched them to a service user who love music and is doing some great work with them


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