Client recruitment: Enabler / Support Worker - Ely, Cambridgeshire.

Our client is wishing to recruit an enabler to help her build skills and confidence while expanding her social activities. She would love to be introduced to new community activities involving travel and exercise. If this sounds like you then please get in touch. The Role: We are looking for a Female* support worker in a permanent role for our 18-year-old client who lives at home with her parents and siblings. This will be a 1:1 role supporting our client who has an acquired brain injury and impaired hearing. She is a very able young woman who attends college 3 days per week and wishes to engage additional support on Thursdays, Fridays and possibly the weekend. Our client is a very easy-going woman who enjoys exploring the local area around Cambridge and physical activities such as swimming and yoga. You will receive specific training, support and supervision from a case manager to help meet our client’s needs. About you: You will provide support in an enabling manner to expand the range of activities our client wishes to explore. In doing so you will have a strong focus on skill development and promoting independence. You will be enthusiastic, supportive and reliable with a positive attitude to enablement. You will need to follow our client's support plan and complete daily documentation contributing to her multi-disciplinary support. Someone who has experience working in support roles is ideal but more important is your attitude and aptitude for the job. This role would particularly suit someone with strong interest in rehabilitation and could provide valuable experience for future studies as an allied health professional. Pay: £14 per hour Shifts: Thursday /Friday/ optional weekend: Minimum 6 hours per week with optional extra hours Contract: 6-10hrs per week An enhanced DBS certificate is a requirement, criminal convictions may not necessarily prevent employment. The Post operates a non-smoking environment at all times. *Gender is considered to be an occupational requirement – Equality Act 2010

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