Salary: £20,592 to £20,966.40 Annum (Salary based on a 36-hour contract. A higher range is offered to applicants with qualifications in health and social care)
The role consists of shift work and weekends on a rota basis. Do you need more flexibility? We know how hard it can be to find a job to suit personal commitments and that’s why Choice Care is offering a number of flexible positions to fit around your needs. We have a range of working patterns to suit you, get in touch to see if we can help.
Overview of the role
Whether you are new to the industry or have come from a social care background, we welcome your application. We will train and mentor you to become a highly skilled professional. We offer all our in-house training free of charge and set a career path for you from day one. Not only will you make a huge difference to people’s lives, but you’ll be able to enjoy days out, trips away and join in with many more activities, all of which ensures the people we work with are safe, happy and lead fulfilling lives.
Being patient, reliable, flexible, a team player and a good communicator are key characteristics of a successful Social Care Worker.
What are the benefits?
Who are we?
Choice Care is one of the UK’s leading residential care providers for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health conditions. With over 30 years’ experience, we’re at the forefront of national best practice, with among the highest CQC ratings of any comparable organisation. We are also proud to be one of the Top 100 Apprenticeship Employers for the second year in a row!
Our homes are more than just a place to live, they’re like a second family for everyone we support. Each home is a close knit community, with its own unique personality, and all the ups and downs of typical family life, built on trust and the promise of unconditional care. Our colleagues build close bonds with the people they care for, helping to create enduring, positive relationships that build confidence and self-esteem.
In every Choice Care home there’s a strong emphasis on living life to the full and having fun, with purposeful daily activities based on individual preferences and capabilities. Alongside this there are regular social events, projects, outings and holiday breaks which everyone can get involved in and express themselves through.
Where will you work?
Fountain View is a large, detached home in the village of Lower Upham, between Winchester and Southampton, supporting up to six male residents of varied ages with learning disabilities, autism and associated complex needs. The home has six single bedrooms, a spacious lounge, dining room and a large kitchen and utility area, as well as an acre of safe, secure gardens. Fountain View staff work to support each person living here to help them develop personalised activity programmes, tailored to individual capabilities and interests. The home provides transport for trips and access to local leisure facilities such as bowling and the cinema, as well as community education resources.