Male Community Recovery Outreach Worker (Job Ref: 19491)

Position Categories: Full Time, Learning Disability, Mental Health, new, North West, Part Time

Location: Greater Manchester

Salary: Up to £7.80ph based on experience

Closing Date: 15 December 2017

Other Job Ref Numbers: 19491JCP, 19491GWO, 19491RED


Short Job Description:

We are looking for warm, caring individuals who are dedicated, enthusiastic and imaginative to join our Community Recovery Outreach Team based in Manchester. You will be working in our community based services, supporting individuals with mental health needs. You will demonstrate the ability to work flexibly and autonomously to efficiently manage a fluid caseload.

The role of a community recovery support worker includes visiting service users in their own homes or in other settings and offering practical support to enable them to live independently while also offering emotional support in accordance with their individual support plans.

Although previous experience is not essential, you will demonstrate the values that are essential for a role of this nature such as warmth, compassion and a person centred approach. You will also demonstrate an understanding of the important elements of supporting people with mental health needs and analytical and problem solving skills that are essential to manage your own caseload in the community.

You will be required to operate ethically and to adhere to the duty of care for social care workers and the policies and procedures of Creative Support. You will need to work flexibly on a rota between the hours of 9am and 5pm subject to change.

This is an exciting opportunity to become part of a successful community based service which is continuing to grow and develop. You will receive a full local and corporate induction after which you will attain a level 3 certificate in ‘Preparing to work in adult social care’. On successful completion of your probationary period you will automatically be enrolled onto the level 3 diploma in health and social care. You will have access to regional training and will discuss your individual training and development during regular supervision and appraisals. Applicants must possess a clean and valid driving license and have access to a vehicle.
Exempt from section 7 2e of the SDA.
We do not accept CV’s as a form of application, applicants must submit a completed Creative Support application form which can be requested or downloaded via the listed methods. An enhanced DBS check is required for which we pay for. Creative Support is not a recruitment sourcing agency, all employees are directly employed by our organisation. We do not accept cold calls or sales/marketing contact from recruitment candidate sourcing/advertising agencies. Upon receipt of your application we will email you a confirmation of receipt. If you do not receive this confirmation email please contact us via telephone or email. Contact information can be found on our company website.


Application Instructions:

Download the full job description and application form below, print a copy and post to us (applications which are completed by typing can be emailed to us at recruitment@creativesupport.co.uk).

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Completed Application Forms must be submitted to our Head Office address (below) or emailed (recruitment@creativesupport.co.uk) to be considered for the vacancy. If you have not received a response to your application within 10 working days of the closing date please accept this as notification of an unsuccessful application. Unsuccessful applicants must wait 6 months before reapplying.

Recruitment Department, Creative Support Ltd, Wellington House, 131 Wellington Road, Stockport, SK1 3TS.


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