Support Worker - Newmarket

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Children’s Support Worker – Newmarket, Suffolk

Hours; 08:00 - 20:00 (Days) and 20:00-08:00 (Nights)

Pay Rate; £9.12 - £10.02 per hour

Do you have experience working within a care setting? Would you like to challenge yourself in a new role? Pulse Community Healthcare would be ideal for you!

We are currently recruiting for a support worker to work as part of our team with supporting our clients complex care needs. 

Duties of the role include;

  • Personal Care
  • Moving and handling
  • Medications
  • PEG feeding
  • Oxygen Therapy      

The ideal Learning Disabilities and Autism Support Worker will have:

  • A current enhanced DBS on the update service (preferred but not essential)
  • Previous paid experience in Health and Social Care in the UK 
  • Good knowledge of safeguarding and person-centred care
  • Good understanding of professional boundaries
  • Ability to use own initiative and work as part of wider team.

As a Support Worker for Pulse Community Healthcare you will benefit from:

  • £200 ‘Joining Bonus’ if you complete registration within 28 days*
  • £250 ‘Recommend a Friend’ scheme*
  • Excellent personal development and career opportunities
  • Mandatory training provided, with full induction and competency sign off
  • Specialist training provided to prepare you for the client’s unique requirements
  • Ability to access your rotas online in advance
  • Support from a dedicated Case Manager, and 24/7 clinical support.

If you are interested in developing your career in care, please apply now with an up-to-date copy of your CV.  All opportunities are subject to a satisfactory DBS check.

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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.

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