Waking Night Care Support Worker - Wroxham

Waking Night Care Support Worker - Wroxham

We are currently recruiting full time and part time permanent support workers for our residential services in Wroxham, Norfolk. The successful candidates must be flexible to waking nights between the hours of 9.45pm - 8am on a rota basis Monday to Sunday.

Position Duration
Role Type
Care/Support Worker, Team Leader and Service Manager
Lifeways Group
Salary / rate of pay
10.75 per hour
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The Lifeway’s Group is one of the UK’s leading providers of support services for people with diverse and often complex needs in community settings. Our vision is to help people live ordinary, independent and happy lives through extraordinary support.

Established in 1995, the Lifeways Group has over 10,000 employees providing specialist support services for people with learning disabilities, mental health needs, autism, profound and multiple learning disabilities, sensory and communication impairments, and acquired brain injuries. We do this through our portfolio of nine dedicated and specialist support services, which includes Autism Care, Brighton & Sussex Care, Care Solutions, Future Home Care, Integra, Keys Hill Park, Lifeways Community Care, Living Ambitions and SIL and currently support more than 6,000 people across the UK.

Job Description

Are you looking for an empowering and rewarding career where you can help people to lead their most independent lives? 

The Lifeways Group in Wroxham, Norwich are currently looking to expand their fantastic team of Support Workers in our local residential services.

Keys Hill Park is a converted Edwardian mansion, surrounded by six newly developed townhouses, apartments and a cottage, all set within three acres of landscaped parkland.  Based in a beautiful location just outside of Norwich, Keys Hill Park is a home for adults with learning disabilities.

You’ll either be an enthusiastic person with plenty of patience looking for a career change to bring new life and experiences into our service or you’ll be an experienced Support Worker with a background in complex emotional or behavioural settings looking for a change and wanting to be part of a team that will make a difference to two young people with complex needs to give them new opportunities in their life both at home and in the community.

You’ll get a fully paid induction with ongoing training and support from a dedicated Manager plus the opportunity to undertake a qualification in health and social care funded by Lifeways Group plus so much more when you join.

We work within the principles of person-centred support, enabling development and inclusion in their everyday lives within their home and wider community.  Each service user has their own self-contained room within the service buildings and your work will be varied as you’ll be supporting with all sorts of activities including swimming, shopping, going for a coffee, going to the cinema, visiting zoos and clubs.

You’ll be supporting the service user with general household chores such as cooking, laundry, vacuuming and dusting and in some cases personal care (assisting with bathing, toileting and feeding).

This is a great opportunity to develop your career in the care industry – if this sounds of interest, simply click Apply!

 Mandatory vaccines in care homes have now been approved and will become a requirement from 11th November 2021.  Applicants who have not had either vaccine will need to have their first one by 16th September in order to be fully vaccinated by the required date of the 11th November to be considered for this position.  If successful, applicants will need to evidence their COVID-19 vaccinations as part of our compliance process.