Compassionate and caring people are needed to become care workers and support residents to live independently in a brand new Scunthorpe setting.
Whether you are looking for a rewarding role where you can make a difference, or are exploring new opportunities in the care sector, Poplar Tree Avenue is the perfect place to build your career in care.
A new, purpose built supported living development of 20 specially adapted properties, Poplar Tree Avenue is home to residents with a range of needs who require some additional support to live independently.
A range of exciting job opportunities are available now, including a support worker, waking night worker, senior support worker and supported living manager.
To find out more or apply for the roles, visit the newly launched Proud to Care North Lincolnshire website.
Successful applicants for the support worker and waking night worker posts will help residents to accomplish a variety of daily tasks, including preparing meals, assisting with shopping, accompanying them to activities and health appointments, or simply lending a friendly face and helping hand.
Hours of work are flexible and previous experience is not essential, personal qualities such as being committed, caring and compassionate are what is important as an induction and training programme will be provided.
As well as a comprehensive package of statutory training, there is also the potential to develop your career, with support on hand from a dedicated training co-ordinator.
Diane Ewen, Area and Registered Manager at Creative Support, said:
“Poplar Tree Avenue is a lovely setting to start or continue a career in health and social care. I feel incredibly fortunate to be working in this fantastic new build, which has such a strong sense of community, assisting vulnerable people with a range of support needs
“We have so much to offer those looking for a job, including our commitment to their career development. I am really proud of the training we can offer to people – we provide full accredited courses and offer access to higher qualifications, including the chance to progress through the different levels of the health and social care diplomas.
“If you are kind and supportive person with a passion for helping people, I would urge you to visit the Proud to Care North Lincolnshire website and find out more about joining our team”.
Proud to Care North Lincolnshire is a new website and campaign which makes it easy to see what jobs are available in the local care sector from lots of different organisations. It also provides advice and guidance, while championing the vital contribution care workers make across our communities.