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Updated 3 days ago
Excellent opportunity for Causal Support Worker based in Bangor/Donaghadee.
Title: Casual Support Worker – Bangor / Donaghadee
£8.16 per hour
Responsible to: Support Manager
Abbeyfield & Wesley are pleased to advertise for a Casual Support Worker to join our enthusiastic and innovative teams based in the Bangor and Donaghadee area. The successful Candidate will join us at an exciting time in the Association’s development and be a key player in the successful running of our Bangor and Donaghadee Houses to deliver the excellent service Abbeyfield & Wesley are renowned for.
Working in conjunction with the House Manager, the Casual Support Worker will assist in the preparation of meals for Residents, ensure that Health and Safety standards are being met, take part in drills relating to fire protocols and actively encourage a fantastic level of service for all Residents.
This is a truly fulfilling role within an Association dedicated to encouraging enhanced quality of living and dignity and respect for elderly people within our communities. If you would like to become part of this incredible Association and being a Support Worker is the role for you, we look forward to welcoming you to our team.
Essential Criteria :
Abbeyfield & Wesley welcomes applications from all sectors of the community irrespective of age, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or disability. The information requested in this form is to enable us to obtain a rounded picture of you. Personal information will not of itself be used to disqualify your application.
This post involves substantial access to vulnerable adults and children, therefore, as part of the selection process, Abbeyfield & Wesley requires an Enhanced Disclosure Check to be carried out through Access NI. Following interview, the preferred candidate will be offered the post subject to satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure Check. This will include verification of identity and a report on the preferred candidate’s full criminal history (including spent and unspent convictions), cautions, disqualifications from regulated or care positions, and any other material considered by the police to be relevant to the position applied for. A criminal record will not necessarily be a bar to obtaining a position (if you require further information please request a copy of the Abbeyfield & Wesley Policy on Recruitment of those with a Criminal Record. You can access further information and the Access NI Code of Practice on //www.nidirect.gov.uk/publications/accessni-code-practice)
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Closing date: 4th March 2019