Why work for Sequence Care Group Sequence Care provides specialist community care, person centered support for individuals with Learning disabilities, Autism and Asperger’s, Mental health needs, Complex behaviors and Complex healthcare needs. We provide high quality, community care, specialist residential services, specialist transition services and community hospitals across London and the neighboring Home Counties.
We are ambitious about what the people we support can achieve and we ensure we remove any barriers to their achievement. We deliver compassionate and thoughtful support that recognizes each individual’s unique skills and attributes. We are experienced in delivering a holistic support package that ensures stability in placement and great outcomes for individuals.
We support extraordinary people who achieve fantastic success.
Do you have some experience working in a care setting or in a similar working environment? Do you have previous Customer Service experience and want a complete change of career? There is no requirement to have previous experience to work for Sequence Care Group or to have worked as a Support Worker before. The position of the Trainee Support Worker is to ensure that service user’s needs are met and to assist team in maintaining high standards of care delivery. We are looking for candidates with a desire to provide compassionate support and care, good communication skills, a flexible approach and enthusiasm to work within the team. You will support service users with learning disabilities, mental illness and additional complex needs, to live the life they want to within the service. You will support service-users in all aspects of daily living and community participation. You will assist service-users in leading a valued and fulfilled life in order omaximise your potential and they can live healthy and active lifestyles as independently as possible. Trainees will assist teams to develop and achieve ward and organizational objectives.
Trainees will participate in staff meetings as well as training and development activities as necessary to ensure their skills and knowledge are up to date. All Trainees will attend a 2 week induction which will cover all topics of becoming a Trainee Support Worker.You will receive a full local and corporate induction after which you will attain the new Care Certificate. You will have regular supervisions and appraisals from a Mentor who will support and guide you throughout your induction.Once your 6 month probation has been signed off you will then be linked to our salary grading system and an increase will be implemented (based on performance).
• Minimum of 6 months’ work experience
•Previous Customer Service experience preferred but notessential
•Previous Care experience preferred but not essential
•Excellent written and communication skills Education Requirements
•College Education •GCSE’s desirable