The AICS Group specialises in providing community-based rehabilitation and support to our clients who have a brain injury, cerebral palsy, spinal injuries, learning disabilities, complex behaviour, live in support and social and personal needs.
The AICS Group is looking for a Female Rehabilitation Support Worker to work with our 7-year-old male client who lives in Sevenoaks. This role provides immense job satisfaction in a busy and varied environment, working with a range of health and social care professionals.
ABOUT THE ROLE
Our client was born prematurely, in hospital, at 32 weeks. There were associated complications at delivery and a subsequent lack of oxygen to the brain resulting in Cerebral Palsy. Due to the brain injury from birth, all aspects of daily living tasks have been affected and the client is fully dependent on his parents and support workers for meeting his daily needs.
We are looking for a Female Support Worker who can work the hours below at least twice a week:
School holidays or when Client is unwell: Monday Sunday 07 00
Monday Thursday 07 00 and 15 00
Friday 07 00 and 12 00
Saturday Sunday 07 00
- Support Worker should have a Current and clean driving licence
- Support worker should have a minimum of 1 year s experience in health and social care
- Support Worker should have a basic understanding of developmental delay and cognitive impairment
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Good IT skills
- Ability to work in the client s home
- Ability to liaise with healthcare professionals
- Willingness to learn and ability to take on feedback
- Experience of providing care to people living in the community
- Flexible working days
- Full time or part time job roles
- Competitive pay rates
- Mandatory Training (T&C), Brain Injury Training, Induction Training and Medication Training
- We offer training based on clients need and requirements.
"Please note that The AICS Group is not offering sponsorships "
Gender is a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010.
Successful candidates will be required to complete an enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencement of employment.