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Wake Night Support Worker – Gorse Farm

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Autism West Midlands are the leading charity in the West Midlands for people on the autism spectrum. We use our expertise to enrich the lives of autistic people and those who love and care for them. Our passionate, expert staff and volunteers work across all age groups and abilities, providing direct support.

Autism West Midlands are recruiting for exceptional Support Workers for our Residential Service in Marston Green. Support Workers who will encourage and help individuals to achieve their goals and aspirations and to access the community in a meaningful way. Our residential service, ‘Gorse Farm’ is home to 12 adults with Autism. We are a provider that places the person we support at the centre of what we do as well as value and utilise the skills and talents of our support staff.

 

We are looking to recruit a Wake Night Support Worker – Gorse Farm

Salary: £9.51 per hour

Hours: 39  (19.5 - 39 hours per week)

Location: Marston Green

Text on a circle says Get to know the person you are supporting

Becoming a Support Worker with Autism West Midlands means you are someone who will:

Your main focus will be to understand the person you support by identifying his/her likes/dislikes hobbies and interests. It’s important that you listen, understand and respect each person you are providing support for.

“My senses might affect me in ways you don’t experience, please try to understand.”

Text on a circle says Be flexible & creative

You must be able to adopt a flexible approach and identify what the individual wants and how you can support to achieve it. We want our support workers to be creative and proactive in discovering how goals can be worked towards and achieved together.

“My routine is important to me but sometimes I like a change and want something different. Support my choices and understand that I have the right to change my mind.”

Text on a circle says Do the right thing

The people we support are vulnerable adults and therefore a part of your role is ensuring that we hold accurate and reliable records and safeguard the individuals against any perceived or actual harm

“I may not always be able to say how I feel so pay attention to me and see the changes in my behaviour, that’s how you’ll know if somethings not right. Do the right thing by me”

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Benefits

33 days annual leave (pro rata)

A fully paid for Healthcare Scheme

Employee Assistance Programme

Life Assurance

Specialist Training

Company Sick Pay

Company pension scheme

Regular supervisions and peer support

Discounts at leisure centres & gyms

Free onsite parking

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