Support Worker


Support Worker
Employer – Trafford Council
Address – Ascot House Intermediate Care Unit, Ascot Avenue, Sale M33 4GT
Salary – £10,577 - £11,677 per annum (£19,171 - £21,166 per annum pro rata) plus 9% unsocial hours allowance
Salary Grade – Band 3
Job category – Social Care
Job Type – Older People
Working Pattern – Shift
Working hours – 20 per week
Contract type – Permanent
Closing date – Sunday 7th June 2020 at 23.59
Interview date – To be confirmed

The shift patterns are as follows:
Week one Sun 3-10pm, Tue 2.30-10pm, Friday 3-10pm
Week two Wed 2.30-10pm, Fri 3-10pm, Sat 3-10pm

About us:
Ascot House provides a 24 hour Intermediate Care service. The Multi-disciplinary team provides physiotherapy, occupational therapy and social care support as required. We provide short term support with personal care & medication. Our focus is to support our patients to regain their confidence and independence to enable them to return home stronger.

Discharge to Assess provides 9 service users with a short term placement out of the acute setting completing a holistic assessment of their social care needs this may mean a return home with a package of care or a move in to 24 hour care.

About you:
Your style and approach will reflect your values and you will be passionate about what you do, always striving to improve things, valuing and respecting others. You will take pride in your work and always getting things right the first time and learn from when things do go wrong. You will enjoy taking personal responsibility to resolve issues and change what you do and how you do it to make a difference.

You will have good communication skills with both service users and other professionals.

About the role:
You will provide support to service users in Ascot House. You will provide support with personal care tasks, meals and any other support required. Ascot House’s remit is to promote independence and to reable the service user while providing person centred care at all times.

You will undertake all training courses as required.

You will be required to undertake all tasks conducive to the role.

About the benefits:
Do you want to be in a team where you will be welcomed into a friendly and supportive environment where your personal and professional development will be encouraged?

Qualifications will be available to you at no cost to yourself.

For more information contact Sue Burrell on
Tel: 0161 912 2664
Email: sue.burrell@trafford.gov.uk (Please do not send CV’s to this email address, CV’s will not be accepted)

Previous Applicants, need not apply.

Job Description/ Person Specification.pdf
Applicant Information.pdf
Location
Ascot House
 

Support Worker
Employer – Trafford Council
Address – Ascot House Intermediate Care Unit, Ascot Avenue, Sale M33 4GT
Salary – £10,577 - £11,677 per annum (£19,171 - £21,166 per annum pro rata) plus 9% unsocial hours allowance
Salary Grade – Band 3
Job category – Social Care
Job Type – Older People
Working Pattern – Shift
Working hours – 20 per week
Contract type – Permanent
Closing date – Sunday 7th June 2020 at 23.59
Interview date – To be confirmed

The shift patterns are as follows:
Week one Sun 3-10pm, Tue 2.30-10pm, Friday 3-10pm
Week two Wed 2.30-10pm, Fri 3-10pm, Sat 3-10pm

About us:
Ascot House provides a 24 hour Intermediate Care service. The Multi-disciplinary team provides physiotherapy, occupational therapy and social care support as required. We provide short term support with personal care & medication. Our focus is to support our patients to regain their confidence and independence to enable them to return home stronger.

Discharge to Assess provides 9 service users with a short term placement out of the acute setting completing a holistic assessment of their social care needs this may mean a return home with a package of care or a move in to 24 hour care.

About you:
Your style and approach will reflect your values and you will be passionate about what you do, always striving to improve things, valuing and respecting others. You will take pride in your work and always getting things right the first time and learn from when things do go wrong. You will enjoy taking personal responsibility to resolve issues and change what you do and how you do it to make a difference.

You will have good communication skills with both service users and other professionals.

About the role:
You will provide support to service users in Ascot House. You will provide support with personal care tasks, meals and any other support required. Ascot House’s remit is to promote independence and to reable the service user while providing person centred care at all times.

You will undertake all training courses as required.

You will be required to undertake all tasks conducive to the role.

About the benefits:
Do you want to be in a team where you will be welcomed into a friendly and supportive environment where your personal and professional development will be encouraged?

Qualifications will be available to you at no cost to yourself.

For more information contact Sue Burrell on
Tel: 0161 912 2664
Email: sue.burrell@trafford.gov.uk (Please do not send CV’s to this email address, CV’s will not be accepted)

Previous Applicants, need not apply.

Job Description/ Person Specification.pdf
Applicant Information.pdf