Adult support worker- Ipswich, Suffolk
Pay range: £10.12-£11.12
Are you able to provide 2 references that reflect your work experience in UK Healthcare?
Are you willing to undertake training to provide our service of complex care?
Our clients are two brothers that share the same condition of Muscular Dystrophy. We are looking for two support workers that are capable and willing to undertake the challenge of a 1:1 approach in providing both brothers with their individual care. On occasion you will be provided assistance from a second carer. Their clinical interventions will consist of you supporting them with hoisting, moving and handling and managing day to day activities. You will need to manage their mini tracheostomy, suctioning and ventilator.
Despite their condition both clients are quiet active as they enjoy going into their community and participating in the local events. It would be ideal if you are licensed to drive.
This package has vacancies for day and night shifts (08:00am-20:00pm or 20:00pm- 08:00am).
We will ask that you have availability to be flexible for weekend shifts.
Pulse Community Healthcare firmly believes that our support workers need to be assured with the tools that we provide that they are able to provide complex care confidently. Our training will ensure that you are able to have a foundation of knowledge that is in accordance to the necessary care for the specified client.
Pulse benefits for our support workers:
- Weekly pay
- Holiday pay
- £200 bonus through our referral scheme
- £200 bonus through our fast track scheme
- Free mandatory and specialist training
- Opportunity to join our pension scheme
- Consistent shift work
- 24/7 on call support
Pulse Community Healthcare is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by
the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.
Pulse Community Healthcare is an employment agency/employment business (as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations 2003) and is acting on behalf of its client in relation to this vacancy.