Website County Care Independent Living Ltd
County Care are now recruiting for an enthusiastic individual to support at the Horley Community Skills Project.
Are you looking to make a difference to someone’s life?
Do you want a job where no two days are the same?
Do you want to support someone to reach their goals, ambitions and aspirations?
No previous experience required as full in-house training provided.
Opportunity to gain relevant qualifications and opportunity for career progression.
Rate Per Hour (depending on skills, experience and qualifications): £9.50 to £10.50
Hours: 37.5 hours – 8.30am – 4.30pm Monday – Friday with the ability to be flexible
County Care is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
County Care is a specialist provider that delivers support to adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs within Surrey. We support individuals between the ages of 18-65 years old with all aspects of their daily lives, ensuring that they have maximum opportunities and choices for developing new skills. It is important to us to promote independence with our service users and give them the opportunity to access the community and lead a fulfilled life.
This role will require you to support at our Community Skills Project in Horley. We are looking for an individual who is full of enthusiasm, motivation and can provide high quality care. Someone who is not afraid to get stuck in to every activity and promote independence and equality at all times.
Your duties will be to support with a variety of activities and access the community with the group. The activities you will required to support with include:
Getting involved in sports like, running, swimming and badminton
Working on mini enterprises
Getting involved in art and crafts
Volunteering in worthwhile community projects and events as part of a bigger team.
Benefits of Working for County Care:
To be part of a caring and committed team that is one of the leading support providers in Surrey
Watching an individual grow and develop new skills and abilities.
Exploring the community
Making a positive impact on an individual’s life
The opportunity to gain a Diploma Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care
You MUST have a valid licence to drive in the UK and use of a car to transport service users.
Due to the nature of the role a full enhanced DBS check will be done.
For full information on County Care and the role of a Community Support Worker please visit the website http://www.countycare.co.uk or contact Carolina on 01483672464
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