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SOCIAL CARE WORKERS – NIGHTS x 2 posts – 33 hours – (3 nights) & 44 hours (4 nights) according to the rota.

SOCIAL CARE WORKER - Daybreak hours – 7.00am to 11.00am - 5 days from 7 according to the rota.

Job duties include:

  1. Provision of physical and psychological care to Residents in accordance with the specified plan of clinical and social care.
  2. To provide support to relatives/carers working closely to deliver comprehensive holistic care.
  3. To provide the necessary physical care to Residents to help them to complete daily living activities, i.e. personal hygiene, diet and fluid intake, clothing and laundry, personal environment, elimination, maintaining rest, sleep and activities, physical observations.
  4. To create and maintain supportive relationships with all members of the team and with colleagues throughout THE FED.

This is not an exhaustive list.

Closing date: Tuesday 22nd April 2014.

Social Care Worker NEW JD – Jan 2013   SCW~PERSON SPECIFICATION

For an application pack, contact Sue Ravenscroft on 0161 772 4895 or email sue.r@thefed.org.uk

 PROJECT SMILE FAMILY SUPPORT WORKERS

£7.30 per hour on weekdays, £8.30 per hour on weekends
Hours available are 7.30am to 8.30am & 3.00pm to 7.00pm Monday to Friday & any day time hours on Saturdays & Sundays

PROJECT SMILE provides flexible, home-based respite for children with special needs and their families, many of whom have physical and learning disabilities. PROJECT SMILE family support workers provide help and support to the child. Tasks include personal care, social activities etc. A variety of hours, from as little as 2 a week upwards, are available. An understanding of the needs of children, an ability to work on your own initiative, punctuality, commitment and a sense of fun are all key to working for PROJECT SMILE.

For an informal discussion please contact Carol Moffatt PROJECT SMILE Team Manager on 0161 772 4800.

Job Duties include:

  1. Understanding of the needs of children and ability to work on your own  initiative are essential
  2. Experience working with children is essential
  3. Experience working with children with autism/challenging behaviour preferable
  4. 3 day mandatory induction course
  5. Commitment and punctuality essential

PROJECT SMILE is registered with CQC. DBS check is required for this role.

The above list is not exhaustive.

For an application pack, contact Sue Ravenscroft on 0161 772 4895 or email sue.r@thefed.org.uk

 BANK SOCIAL CARE WORKERS  – As and when needed