This is a great opportunity for the right person to co-ordinate the provision of enhanced security at the home of individuals who have experienced Domestic Abuse. Working within the Integrated Domestic Abuse Team, the post holder will be responsible for the surveying of property, engaging external contractors to complete identified works and ensuring the completed works meets the agreed specifications.
A great opportunity has arisen for a Support Worker to work within our dynamic and progressive Mental Health Recovery Service in Gosport. The ideal candidate will have an understanding of what is involved in supporting people with their recovery and have excellent listening skills. Our team really listens to their clients, recognizes their strengths and skills and supports them in their recovery and move-on.
As the Infrastructure and Security Specialist you will be responsible for providing the Infrastructure and Security service for the YOU Group. You will be the technical lead for all IT security issues and for maintaining and developing Group IT Infrastructure. You will also act as the Deputy Manager in the absence of the Head of the ICT Department.
This is an exciting and rewarding opportunity to work alongside people with disabilities in a number of our services across Portsmouth. As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities & mental health concerns in their own homes to live the life they want. We are also recruiting to evening and weekend positions.
•Work closely with health colleagues and GP’s to share knowledge and skills and improve their referral processes into existing commissioned services which will lead to increased referrals.
•Carry and proactively manage your case load
•Work directly with victims of domestic violence and abuse, receiving referrals across all risk categories with a focus on medium and high risk, utilising existing services and referral pathways for standard risk clients.
•Work from the point of crisis to provide high quality advocacy and support and engaging with local partners ensuring each person has a co-produced support package
As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with a learning disability in their own home and in the community to live the life they want. You will provide safe, person centred support, promote independent living skills and help make clients’ hopes and aspirations a reality. Our staff support clients to go to the cinema, theatre trips, out for meals or a cup of coffee and even go on the odd shopping trip.
The overall purpose of this role is to provide specialist targeted support to individuals including male, female, non-binary and self-identified individuals and couples from LGBTQ+ and BAME groups, fathers with their children and for women with older boys in our specialist refuge/safe space. As well as carrying a caseload you will offer support to colleagues across this area and share vacancies ensuring access to the refuge from partner agencies.
As a Support Worker you will be assisting people with a learning disability in their own home, and in the community to live the life they want. You will provide safe, person centred support, promote independent living skills and help make clients’ hopes and aspirations a reality.
The Dorset First Point IPS Service enables people to maintain their independence, health and well-being in their home and community through innovative, co-produced, asset based interventions. Our positive outcomes are achieved by providing expert services supporting people to remain independent, healthy, safe and prosperous, whilst giving people the greatest possible control over their lives.
Support Worker Learning Disabilities Full or Part Time hours. (Minimum 24 hours) Salary: £25,462pa To start: as soon as possible YOU is a registered charity that provides care, support and advice to vulnerable people across Hampshire and Dorset, giving them […]