Waking Nights Support Worker- Female -needed in Bournemouth - Full time and part time available
We have an exciting opportunity to be part of a new team to support a 19 year old female with a diagnosis of a Learning Disability and Autism who can experience associated sensory difficulties, to start her journey in her new home.
She is great fun to be with and builds really strong bonds with her Support Workers. This young lady loves all things Disney; you will inherit a Disney character name! She also enjoys fashion, makeup and pampering - be prepared for a makeover! She enjoys being creative with photography, sticker books, cutting and sticking and using IT. She has a real passion for baking and food in general, which we need to encourage her with and to try new things and learn cookery skills,. However, we also need to encourage healthy eating and exercise where possible.
If you are an active, well-motivated person who enjoys a new challenge then this could be the career for you. We are looking for individuals who share the same interests, have a fun outlook on life and can think outside the box.
You will receive extensive training including training in physical intervention to ensure you are equipped in understanding the correct ways to respond, cope and react to difficult situations, full induction to Dimensions and support with completion of the Care Certificate to enable you to fulfil the role and enhance your personal development.
Shortlisting will be conducted on receipt of applications and interviews arranged and conducted until the vacant positions have been filled.
For further information, please contact Alice on 07702972969.
Dimensions is proud to be one of very few social care organisations that are accredited by the Great Places To Work programme.
A full list of rewards can be found in the job description attached
An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions.
Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.