To support adults with a learning disability within their home with their day to day needs.
We are looking for people who are positive, kind and caring and be focussed on encouraging choice, self-worth and supporting our customers to get out and about enjoying some new experiences.
We have full and part time, permanent Care Support Worker role within Basildon, Rayleigh and Laindon. Supporting customers within the community, or within their own homes.
This includes an element of personal care (prompting with intimate personal care, help prepare food, support administration of medication) and a successful candidate will need to be flexible enough to work across a 24/7 rota, Example of shift patterns; 7am - 2:30pm, 14.30-22.00, 09.00-16.30, 10.00-17.30, 11.00-18.30, 22.00-07.00. or smaller shifts available.
In return Peabody offers you:
- Paid DBS enhanced check
- Sleep in rate £73.89 per session (as applicable)
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
- Pay mileage at 45 pence per mile (as applicable)
- Up to 4% pension contribution, matched 1-1
- Flexible benefits of 1% of salary within a minimum £300
- 24/7 access to a confidential employment programme
- Full training
- Spot bonus available under certain criteria
At Peabody, where possible, we provide flexible working opportunities from day one to our employees, as we recognise the importance of a good work-life balance; and to improve our productivity and performance, we embrace agile working, which means if you are in a desk based role, that will be a hybrid of office and home working. If your role is in a client facing environment, appropriate base location will apply.
Our mission is to help people make the most of their lives and an important part of this is to ensure that our organisation reflects the wider communities we serve. We want to attract recruit and retain a diverse, inclusive and creative workforce to give us the best opportunity to meet the diverse needs of our residents and customers. We actively encourage applications from all groups and communities, as well as from BAME, LGBTQ+ and disabled people.