Residential Care Assistant

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£9 - £10 Per Hour

Everyone is Unique and every day is Special at Aldanat Care.

Are you looking for an exciting new role / do you love a challenge?

This Unique Experienced Support Worker will be proactive and a caring individual that will support a young adults with severe learning disabilities, challenging and complex behavior.

Benefits of being a Care Assistant:

As well as the fulfilment of knowing you’re supporting others to live a rewarding life, our Care Assistant have access to a range of benefits:

  • £100 Start-Up Bonus for Contracted Staff
  • Drive to work scheme – pick up and drop off from key locations
  • Flexible shifts/Overtime & Weekend Enhanced pay/Day or Night work
  • 28 Days annual leave
  • £9 – £10.15 per hour
  • Paid Induction training and E learning
  • Fully paid shadowing support from experienced staff.
  • Contributory Pension Plan
  • Career progression available
  • NVQ Certificate accreditation training available for all staff
  • Refer a friend scheme
  • Comprehensive Employee Wellbeing Programme

Because you are special to our team as a Care Assistant you will receive.

  • A Full-Time/ Part-time Permanent contract
  • £100 Reward for completing probation
  • Paid Face to Face and Online training
  • Blue Light Card-Discount from the Hight Street and online stores, cinemas, restaurants and holiday bookings.
  • Refer a friend Bonus Scheme
  • Drive to work scheme, we pick up non drivers and drop off to work.

Night Workers

Are you a Support Worker with a passion for supporting individuals with complex needs? We’re looking for experienced people to work with our clients on a 1-1 basis using Positive Behavior Support to deliver care that is specific to the needs of the individual.

What does the Care Assistant role involve?

This could include anything from day-to-day activities like cooking, crafts and personal or domestic care, to shopping and day trips, seeing family and supporting goals and aspirations such as going to college or holidays. This role can be in a residential or supportive living setting.

What skills do I need to be a Care Assistant?

Above all, we look for people who are friendly, patient, compassionate and honest. Continuity and trust are very important in the work that we do, so reliability is key. The role is focused on building relationships, creating opportunities, and encouraging people to achieve their goals.

We’re ideally looking for people with experience of supporting people with complex needs, positive behaviour support and experience of behaviour that can be defined as "challenging".

To be successful in the role, you’ll need to have a strong personality, the resilience to support people through difficult times and a keen sense of humour. Being a Support Worker is not always the easiest job, but it is rewarding.

Training and development of our Care Assistant

All new starters will undergo a comprehensive induction, as well as having access to ongoing training and development opportunities. A carer at Aldanat isn’t just about creating opportunities for others – you’ll also have the opportunity to shape your own career and achieve your full potential.

About Aldanat Care

We provide support for people with learning disabilities, mental health and complex needs either in supported living or residential accommodation. Originally founded in 2008, Aldanat has grown to become one of the leading social care providers in Essex, offering specialised, person-centred support 24 hours per day, 52 weeks per year.

We believe in person-centred care which promotes independence, enhances life skills and provides opportunities for personal development. Ultimately, our goal is to help the people we support to achieve their ambitions and enjoy life to its fullest.

Click apply today and our friendly Recruitment Team will be in touch.