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Part Time Support Worker required in Timperley - Evenings (3pm to 5pm)
This post is advertised by parents, but you would be an employee of Imagine Act and Succeed
You would support a young man aged 23 years old, living at home with his parents at with complex needs.
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Lifestyle and Interests Support Worker with Stepping out
Stepping Out is a service we have developed to support adults with a learning difficulty to pursue their chosen aspirations and lifestyle options in shared interest groups over the seven day week including evenings.
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Imagine Act and Succeed is a local charity supporting people with learning disabilities.
We are recruiting Support Workers to work within our positive behaviour support network supporting adults with learning disabilities and Autism to live successfully as part of their community and in their own homes .
We want people to feel well supported, connected, confident and safe, while also making a valuable contribution in their community with a focus on their wellbeing and the wellbeing of our team members.
Experience is not needed as training in Autism and ARC ( assess respond and care ) will be provided. Hourly rate is £7.50 to £7.75 per hour as well as great terms and conditions including employee assistance programme and life assurance
If you would like more information about this role the please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Support Worker – Trafford / Wigan / Leigh / Oldham / Salford Salary: From £7.50 per hour. Variable hours. 20-26 days Annual Leave. Other benefits include 4% contibutory pension, free death in service scheme, voulntary healthcare scheme, childcare voucher scheme and Bike to Work scheme IAS supports adults with learning disabilities within the Greater Manchester area. You will provide the support and encouragement necessary to enable people with learning disabilities to lead ordinary lives both within their own home and within the community.
If you would like to work with IAS then please download and read the job description and guidance before filling in the online application form online and submitting it.
Alternatively download and print the application form and equality and diversity form and post to the office in the area you would like to work.
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