Housing Support Worker

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BID Services is a charity. We work in partnership with children, young people, adults and their families and carers.  We support people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Visually Impaired, have a Dual Sensory Loss or other disability.

Housing Support Worker

Warwickshire
£16,766 per annum pro rata
Part time, 20.5 hours per week

We are seeking a Support Worker to join our small and friendly team in Warwickshire to provide housing related support to our service users who have physical and learning disabilities to enable them and promote independent living within the community. You will be carrying out service user needs assessments and identifying priority needs for housing related support, transferring priority needs onto a person-centred enablement plan.

Successful applicant will have previous experience of supporting vulnerable people to attend regular supervision and training and have access to your own vehicle as you will be required to travel around the Warwickshire area.

In return we offer generous annual leave entitlement, training, regular supervisions, flexible working and you will have the opportunity to develop your British Sign Language Skills.

Closing date: 21st June 2019
Interview date: 27th June 2019

For an application pack, please download a copy from this website or contact jobs@bid.org.u

Download an application pack from our website: www.bid.org.uk   or email: jobs@bid.org.uk

All posts are subject to DBS

BID serves a diverse community and we seek to develop a workforce which reflects this.

Organisation
BID Services
Location
Warwickshire
Start Date
asap
Full-time/Part-time
Part-time
Job type
Contract
Contact Details
jobs@bid.org.uk
Added to site
Jun 7th, 2019

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