Night or Day work available. The White Horse Care Trust delivers award winning residential, supported living and nursing care to adults with learning and physical disabilities. We are seeking additional staff to join our team of dedicated and skilled Support Workers. We need your help in one of our friendly home Whistley Dene in Potterne Wiltshire (SN10), where we support a number of ladies and gentlemen.
We live in a lovely home in Potterne which is not far from either Devizes, Lavingtons.
We are looking for some new staff to join our existing team, to work with us, you will need to have a caring nature, be committed and reliable. If you are right for this role The White Horse Care Trust will provide full training for all their employees, to help them settle into their new roles.
We are looking for people who will support us to achieve the highest level of independence possible, who will always treat us as individuals, who will help us with personal care and enable us to get out and about. We really enjoy a variety of activities, so if you like going out and about then this would be fantastic, we love going for a walk, for a coffee or a picnic or maybe to feed the ducks.
You will be able to work flexibly, including evenings, weekends and sleep ins, and should be enthusiastic about supporting our residents in a person-centred way. An enhanced disclosure (DBS) is required for all roles, the Trust will meet the cost of this.
Please apply if this sounds right for you. Of course you can call our Resourcing Specialist Kath on 07706360836 for a chat. if you leave your name and number and she will call you straight back.
Our Support Workers enjoy the following benefits -
Competitive pay rates
Enhanced pay for hours worked on Sundays and Bank Holidays up to
Sleep ins paid at a great rate.
Comprehensive training program
Support to achieve Level 2 Diploma in Care
Company sick pay
Potential travel allowance
Please note as a care provider registered with CQC all staff will need to be fully vaccinated, unless medical exemption has been confirmed.