About the job :
Flexibility with hours are most important in this post shift would consist of 3 / 4 hours a day with a mixture of early and late shifts to suit the needs of service.
To support people in line with their support plans, including people with complex emotional and physical needs to maximise and maintain their independence using a person centred approach.
This may include assisting individuals with personal care assisting with cooking, cleaning, and all daily activities.
Promote good practice and attend formal supervision in line with the performance Management and Development Scheme. To undertake all required mandatory training.
Undertake medication duties, including administration and recording.
To be responsible for co-ordination of service users finances / handling money in line with support plans and HCC policy.
Participate in improving the quality of service experienced by the people we support.
About you :
The ability to reflect on your own experiences and practice to build professional relationships with service users, family carers and other agencies in order to understand the needs and rights of disabled adults. Promote dignity and respect
Confident in the use of a computer to organise and record information clearly and accurately.
Always aware of risks and how they can be minimised ensuring the health and safety of colleagues and the people you support.
Committed to work within HCC policy and procedures.