Adult supported living services

Location Ipswich and Hadleigh Suffolk

Salary: £9.50 - £10.30 per hour

Adult supported living services

We provide supported living for adults aged 18 upwards who require support and care to enable them to live and enjoy their life.

Our tenants’ range in ages from 18 to 60 plus and can have additional needs such as learning difficulties, autism and behavioural regulation difficulties.

We have three services in Ipswich, two in Hadleigh Suffolk and one in Manningtree. Each service has tenants with various needs and passions in life.

Inroads brings its values of Passionate Active Through and Honest into or working practice and we strive to provide an ambitious and supportive service to our tenants, helping them achieve their goals, optimize their potential and support them to keep links and relationships with family and friends and access clubs and time in their local areas and beyond.

We need you to be –

  • A person who can bring stability, fun, energy and focus into someone life.
  • Adopt a mature and emotionally resilient approach to care and support .
  • Sensitively provide personal care, when needed and administer prescribed medication
  • Contribute to the planning, monitoring, implementing and recording of life planning achievements
  • Contribute to the health, safety and security of individuals and the home
  • To be an effective communicator in both written and verbal skills with an empathetic and sensitive approach to people
  • Show willingness to complete care qualifications relevant to the role, with a continued desire to self-develop further.
  • Reliable / Flexible and be a positive role model

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults, and expect all staff to share this commitment. We work closely with our local health and social care providers, and we always recruit in adherence to strict Safeguarding and Vulnerable Children/Adult’s Safer Recruitment Regulations.

We offer you

  • Pay for your initial DBS
  • Give you paid breaks
  • Support you to learn and develop within our comprehensive training opportunities mandatory and beyond (staff say they enjoy the training opportunities and love that their suggestions are listened to.
  • Support you as an individual from the start and beyond
  • Are a diverse employer and are open to all applicants
  • Listen to our team members and encourage open thinking and opportunities to make changes.
  • Recognition and appreciation events /actions
  • Loyal Service Recognition

Job description is provided on application.

  • When applying, please remember that we are committed to keeping our young people safe and we operate in accordance with the Suffolk Safer Recruitment and Safeguarding Regulations Policy.
  • Depending on skill level and place of work rates of pay are between
  • £9.50 – £9.70 After probation for day work
  • £10.10 – £10.30 After probation for night work
  • We also sometimes have vacancies for senior support workers a job description is available on request and pay is £10.45 – £10.65

At the interview we will ask you relevant interview questions, and for the successful candidate we will obtain references and carry out an enhanced criminal record check (DBS).

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Support workers Children and young people services

Location Ipswich &Hadleigh Suffolk

Salary: Support Workers (£9.50 - £10.30 per hour)

 

Support workers children and young people services.

We have two services in Hadleigh and one in Ipswich. We support young people with learning disabilities and other additional needs such as epilepsy, behavioural regulation difficulties in addition one of our services in Hadleigh supports young people with emotional, behavioural and social needs.

Our values are Passionate Active Thorough and Honest (P.A.T.H)

We need you to:

  • Be innovative and passionate.
  • Be confident, active, adaptable and fun loving.
  • Be professional in boundary setting
  • Committed to supporting a safe environment
  • Committed to supporting and encouraging young people to feel nurtured and promote emotional growth and independence.
  • To support family involvement and professional participation and guidance.

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults, and expect all staff to share this commitment. We work closely with our local health and social care providers, and we always recruit in adherence to strict Safeguarding and Vulnerable Children/Adult’s Safer Recruitment Regulations.

We offer you

  • Pay for your initial DBS
  • Give you paid breaks
  • Support you to learn and develop within our comprehensive training opportunities mandatory and beyond (staff say they enjoy the training opportunities and love that their suggestions are listened to.
  • Support you as an individual from the start and beyond
  • Are a diverse employer and are open to all applicants
  • Listen to our team members and encourage open thinking and opportunities to make changes.
  • Recognition and appreciation events /actions
  • Loyal Service Recognition

Job description is provided on application.

When applying, please remember that we are committed to keeping our young people safe and we operate in accordance with the Suffolk Safer Recruitment and Safeguarding Regulations Policy.

Depending on skill level and place of work rates of pay are between

£9.50 – £9.70 After probation for day work

£10.10 – £10.30 After probation for night work

We also have sometimes have vacancies for senior support workers a job description is available on request and pay is £10.45 – £10.65

At the interview we will ask you relevant interview questions, and for the successful candidate we will obtain references and carry out an enhanced criminal record check (DBS).

Application Form