Working for Reach is an opportunity to genuinely make a daily difference to the lives of people in our community.
You can find out more about who we are and what we do here, but essentially our team are passionate about their work and improving the lives of clients.
Whether people work in clients’ homes or at any of our five sites in Nottinghamshire, Reach staff say their work is hugely rewarding – both professionally and personally.
If you are interested in working with us, please get in touch any time. Details of our current vacancies are below but if you can’t find anything suitable right now, we are still keen to hear from you if you feel you have skills and time to offer as a Volunteer.
Can you help us reach beyond expectation?
We offer competitive packages, friendly working environment, and career development opportunities. Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service checks required for all posts.
For further information about vacancies at Reach Learning Disability please call Liz on 01636 819066 or e-mail email@example.com
Full Time / Part Time
£8.72 – £9.05 per hour
Would you like to bring a smile to someone’s face every day?
Are you a caring, enthusiastic, hardworking individual who would like to support an adult with a learning disability to reach beyond expectation? To encourage them to try new experiences in the community, make new friends and amaze themselves and their families in a safe, caring, well-managed and happy environment? Then this role could be for you.
At Reach Learning Disability Care we provide Outstanding one-to-one support for people (adults?) with a learning disability within Newark and the surrounding districts. We offer a round-the-clock service right through to just a few hours a week.
We are looking to recruit a number of support workers to work with adults with learning disabilities who have a diverse range of personal care and support needs.
We recruit on a values-based approach matching our staff with our service users using a wide range of criteria – not only skills and experience, but hobbies and interests too.
Here are just some of the activities you could support our service users with:
- A trip to the cinema
- Managing medication
- Personal Care
- Social events such as meeting friends for lunch
- Walks in the park
- Meal planning
- Learning new skills
- Building relationships
You will need to be willing to work flexibly to accommodate the service user’s needs as and when required. Shifts may involve early mornings, days, evenings, weekends, Bank Holidays and sometimes sleep shifts.
One of the best things about being as support worker is knowing you can have a positive influence on those you support. To get an idea of how much this means to those we support and their families take a moment to watch the video on our website.
In return you will receive
- competitive rates of pay, 33 days holiday (including bank holidays)
- 3 day induction plus shadow shifts
- Service-related sick pay following completion of 6 months’ probation period
- Pension contribution into NEST Scheme after 3 months with us
- Full training plan
- Regular supervisions
- Access to on call support out of hours
For full job description and person specification Click here to download
For more information or to request a hard copy application form please ring 01636 919946 and speak with Dawn or email firstname.lastname@example.org