The services that we offer include supported living; residential, nursing and respite care; supporting people with complex health and social needs; dementia care and transitional services, enabling choice, control and increased independence.
The Brothers of Charity Services in Lancashire’s most important work is being undertaken in partnership with the people that use the service. We are fully committed to supporting people to make choices and exert control over their own lives. The service is now able to offer greater diversity in the range of opportunities available to people, which in turn can only enhance their life chances, regardless of their religious beliefs, gender, sexual orientation or race.
Health and Social Care
Do you have a desire to help and support others who have a disability who want to live life to the full?
No experience needed as full training with qualifications in Health & Social Care funded by us with career prospects and become a qualified Support Worker.
A desire to help and support others who have a disability who want to live life to the full
Some professional or personal experience of supporting or caring for people with a disability is desired but not essential
Interests in the Gym or Hair and Beauty, Arts and Crafts, photography, Cooking/Baking, Gardening would be beneficial or any hobbies you may have that you can encourage people with Learning Disabilities to join in
Excellent Team Player
Flexible on working a rotating shift pattern between 8am to 10pm Mon to Sun
Driver with access to own car
We have permanent part time roles available 16 hr, 20 hr and 30 hr contracts on a rota basis
Not disclosed by the employer
***All applications should be made through the external partner website below***
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*** Warning and Disclaimer: Although this role is advertised on our jobs board it is from an employer that is not part of The Prince’s Trust and so you will need to apply externally***
We need to tell you – we have not checked out the job and don’t know whether the role is right for you. So we can’t endorse the advert or the job or know if you are making a good choice. You should think about any risks there are, ask any questions, and if you proceed with the application, you must realise and accept that it is up to you to make the choice and to be responsible if there are any further consequences.
If you have any questions or problems with applying please get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org
- preferred candidate strengths Approachable, Calm, Empathy, Passionate, Understanding
- Salary (£) Not disclosed by the employer