Relief Worker Worthing £9 per hour for day and night shifts This role will involve covering shifts in both our Chichester and Worthing service, so you will need to be able to travel to these areas.
Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role where you are able to empower people every day to develop their skills and move towards independence?
Do you enjoy working in an environment where every day is different to the next? Then this could be the role for you. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in this sector by providing ad-
hoc support to our clients and a good starting block to progress on to roles such as Assistant Support worker and Support worker.
helping others and enjoy supporting individuals to achieve their goals and to become more independent. Your positive attitude towards your work and others will help to contribute to a great working environment.
You will have a calm and personable manner and be able to handle potentially difficult situations. Day in the life of a relief worker Encourage clients to take part in social and leisure activities and to be part of the local community Carry out such tasks as administration, answering the telephone, room clearance, general cleaning etc.
Perform general housekeeping duties which may include provision of light meals, changing bed linen assisting with clients laundry.
Help them with their practical skills in areas such as budgeting, shopping, cooking and housework. Help to maintain a welcoming, safe environment, identifying and minimising all potential risks to users of the premises and the organisation and property Work in accordance with the Health and Safety regulations and all policies and procedures Carry out any other reasonable task as requested by a member of staff About us We are a homeless housing association, offering supported accommodation in Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Berkshire and West Sussex for those who are homeless, vulnerable or in need of support.
We will provide you with a full and enjoyable training plan from the beginning of your journey with us. We are committed to ensuring that you have the tools and the knowledge necessary to do your job effectively.
Our Values Choice & Control - Openness & Honesty- We positively welcome people with a background of homelessness and value applications of lived experience of homelessness or of accessing support services.
Once successful for this role, you will need to provide an enhanced disclosure and barring service check. We are an inclusive organisation, a diverse team of individuals working together to provide a better future for those in need.
We do not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation or social background.
Equality & Diversity - Attributes & Values Previous experience in this type of work is not essential but you will have a real passion for wanting to work with homeless people.
Your values will match ours, you will be committed to helping others and enjoy the real job satisfaction that this brings.
Clear verbal and written English Good IT and keyboard skills Basic domestic skills Polite, assertive manner, ability to self -
motivate Passion for working in a client / customer facing role Have an interest and genuine concern for homelessness and related issues