Due to further business growth we are recruiting for the following positions.
An exciting opportunity to join Saracen Care, inspected and rated as OUTSTANDING with the CQC; working alongside an existing management team in response to continuing business growth and development. We are looking for a motivated and passionate individual who can demonstrate excellent service, quality and innovation with values at their heart.
Salary: £30,000-£35,000 (excluding bonus) depending on experience and skills.
Location: Swindon Community
Head office: Cheltenham (1-2 days a week)
Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Apply with your CV and a covering letter to Sarah Rainey or call Colin Beard, Care Director on 01242 515162 for a chat about the opportunity.
Salary: £9-£10 per hour (depending on experience and qualifications).
Reports to: Care Manager / Senior Support Worker
“I am an affectionate individual who lives on my own. I like to have a regular team around me, and am looking for some more people to join this team. In the summertime I can often be found sat in the garden surrounded by flowers, or listening to music. During the winter months I spend more time inside although I still enjoy going for local walks. I enjoy accessing sensory activities and equipment too. My diagnoses include Down’s Syndrome, a moderate learning disability, and autistic spectrum disorder. I use intensive interaction with my staff and I like team members to repeat things back to me to help me feel calm. I use limited words and may express myself through my behaviour – such as banging my head”.
To meet the needs of service users living within their own homes. Service user’s needs may include Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Dementia, complex physical health needs or behaviours which challenge the service.
£9.00 – £9.20/hr depending on experience and qualifications, plus holiday and benefits.
Specialist Support Worker
Reports to: Care Manager
Salary: £9.75 – £10.75 depending on experience and qualifications.
“I am a young man with Autism a severe Learning Disability. I have recently moved into my own home as my educational placement has ended. I am getting used to living on my own, and am looking for team members to help me with this. I am non-verbal but I communicate in lots of other ways. Ideally I would like to be supported by people with some shared interests – I am an avid watcher of politics and news and I enjoy using technology. You can frequently find me going for countryside walks and drives. Sometimes if I have to wait, or become upset, I may display behaviours which other people find challenging.”