Support Worker

Posted 12 March 2020


Support Worker – up to £18.00 per hour

Ramsgate, Kent

SCP Complex Care are recruiting for experienced support workers to work in Ramsgate & Broadstairs

Our Ramsgate package will be supporting a 6 year old female.

Our client has mabry syndrome and symptomatic epilepsy. She is fed via nasogastric tube.

The shifts will be 5 X 10 hour night shifts weekdays.

In Broadstairs we require support for a 12 year old male.

Our client has severe learning difficulties & visual impairment. He is diagnosed with a form of muscular dystrophy (Congenital Myotonic Dystrophy). He is mobile however does have the use of a wheelchair. He is fed via Gastro - Jejunostomy. He often has vacant seizures.**

You must have experience of the following: Gastrostomy and/or Jejunostomy, BIPAP, Dysphagia, Epilepsy, Mobilisation , Knowledge of Makaton or British Sign Language would be beneficial. Also the administration of medication & cough assist.

The shifts will be : 3 x Waking nights (22:00pm - 07:00am) One of the nights must be a Thursday.

We are looking for individuals who have compassion and commitment that can support making positive changes to someones life. You should also have the ability to communicate clearly and effectively. SCP Complex Care offers you:

•Excellent rates of pay

•24-hour support from experienced Care and Nurse Consultants

•Specialist Clinical Training for each assignment, professional supervision, career development and support

•Click and connect benefits scheme

•Pension

•Paid annual leave

The successful candidate will have:

•Be self-motivated and able to use own initiative

•Able to work under pressure and in stressful and challenging situations

•Must have use of your own vehicle

All suitable applicants will be subject to DBS checks being completed. SCP Complex Care is an equal opportunities employer.

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Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Salary: £14.00 to £18.00 /hour


Contact information

Shupi Makina

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