Waking Nights (3 nights available, 21:45 - 07:30)
Are you a compassionate, patient and ambitious person looking to make a positive career change? Perhaps you’re a night owl looking for a more fulfilling and rewarding career within health and social care? Or perhaps you’d like a new and exciting opportunity working with – and being trained and supported by – a company who have been recognised as being one of the UK’s best places to work for the past four years in a row?
If you’ve answered yes to any of these questions, then this waking nights support worker opportunity based in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, might be just what you’re looking for. After all, why settle for the ordinary when you can be a part of something extraordinary?
At Dimensions, our colleagues achieve the remarkable every day; we provide an outstanding level of bespoke, person-centred support to people with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs (as well as their families), empowering them to have better lives.Therefore, as our new Waking Nights Support Worker, you’ll share and champion our values, and have responsibility for helping Dimensions continue to make a positive difference to the lives of many.
More About the Role
As our new Waking Nights Support Worker, you will provide positive, tailored, person-centred support through the night to the six ladies and gentlemen we aid in Wallingford, all of whom have learning disabilities, complex needs and who may demonstrate different behaviours of distress.
The role may involve tasks such as:
What Dimensions Can Offer You
At Dimensions, our goal for making a positive difference to people’s lives extends to all of our colleagues. Accredited as one of the UK’s best places to work four years in a row, it’s safe to say that at Dimensions, we understand how important it is to support, recognise and reward our people, and provide them with the training and benefits they need to have a great work-life balance, and grow both professionally and personally.
How to Apply
If you share our values and you believe you have what it takes to make a positive difference, and you want to be a part of something extraordinary, then click the “Apply” button now, or alternatively, email your CV and Cover Letter to Dan Allsopp Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the role; what it entails and who you’ll be helping to empower and support, please feel free to contact the area’s locality manager Carl on 07909 534 951.