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Role Description


Specialist Positive Behaviour Support Worker – Epple Road 

Location: Birchington, CT7 9AY

Salary: £28,340 per annum (based on 37.5 hours + 7.5 hours overtime and 1 sleep-in per week).

  • Shift rate: £11.50 per hour weekdays and weekends up to 37.5 hours
  • Overtime rate: Weekdays £11.50 per hour and weekends £15.29
  • Sleep-ins are £50 per night (£1,200 per annum based on 2 sleep-ins per month).

Hours: 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Sunday on a shift rota basis. (Part-time positions are also available).

Employment type: Full-time, Permanent.

  • Develop professionally to achieve professional qualifications - Care Certificate, QCF levels 2-5, at no cost to you!
  • 28 days holiday (incl. bank holidays), increasing to 36 days with long service (1 extra day for each year of service).
  • Discounts and cashback at hundreds of shops, restaurants, and activities, plus eligibility for Blue Light Card discounts.

Please see below SeeAbility's extensive benefits and reward package!

We’re seeking to recruit some great new PBS Support Workers; people with the right values and attitude to work in our Supported Living Service – could this be you?

Our main priority for this job role is to find people with the right attitude and behaviours to match our own! You don’t need to have previous experience in this field, nor do you need qualifications to get started – we’re happy to work with you to help you become an excellent care worker.

Above all we want someone that:

- Has a commitment to quality and being the best they can.

- Can provide excellent care and support to all our individuals.

- Treats others with dignity and respect

- Works well as part of a team.

The duties are varied, and no two days will be the same. Our residents are individuals, and they all deserve to be treated as such. Duties may include supporting with personal care needs, as well as helping them to take part in a wide range of special interests and activities that support their health and wellbeing such as arts and crafts, watching the football, drama, musical evenings, gardening, shopping trips and social occasions.

There are also a range of different shift patterns available to fit in with any other commitments you may already have.

Interested? To find out more, please click join our team and make a difference!

Who will you be supporting?

Hi, my name is Darren and I'm shortly going to be living in my own home in Birchington, Kent and will be supported by SeeAbility.

Experience supporting people like me, an autistic man with some complex health needs, would be a strong advantage.  I am looking for calm, assertive Support Workers with a great sense of humour to join my team who is not easily offended. You need to support me to lead the life I want and to encourage me to be gradually more and more skilled and confident.

Whilst I need a quiet and happy environment in my home, I really enjoy walking, listening to music, eating out and people watching so I’d love it if you liked these things too. 

I’d love for people to join my team who have the same interests as me so they would need to be physically fit, 100% reliable and able to provide me with personal care support. I have autism and sometimes my behaviour can be challenging but that shouldn’t stop me doing the things I love and leading an active life.

I’ll need your encouragement to learn life skills and gain independence but that’s something everyone needs at times; as long as you are patient, confident and can see the value in small gains, will follow coaching from my behaviour support person and are willing to help when needed we will get along just fine!

You will work with and provide care and support to Darren who has complex needs and exhibits a variety of behaviours, which can pose a range of physical and emotional challenges. Experience of working with individual who display behaviours that are described as challenging and who have transitioned from an ATU environment to a supported living would be advantageous.


  • Providing direct support to Darren when displaying behaviours to enable them to participate in a wide range of activities.
  • Ensure good working practice including understanding and awareness of health and safety.
  • To promote independence and develop Darren’s skills whilst assisting with all tasks necessary to ensure positive life experiences.
  • To work positively with other agencies, parents, carers, and other services to ensure person-centred care for Darren.
  • Develop and contribute to the maintenance of Darren’s records and support plans and act as a Keyworker when required.
  • To support the Darren to maintain a clean-living environment appropriate to meet his individual needs.
  • To participate in regular and ongoing training relevant to Darren’s needs.

About us

Registered as The Royal School for the Blind, SeeAbility is one of the oldest disability charities in the UK and has pioneered specialist support for over 220 years.

We specialise in supporting people who have learning disabilities or autism, who may also have sight loss, to live ambitious lives and achieve things they never thought possible. Whether that is forming more friendships and relationships, enjoying new experiences and activities, or finding employment.

Training and Development

At SeeAbility, we fully support your training and development. You will start with an extensive Induction programme and throughout your probationary period you will be equipped with face-to-face training, e-learning, and guidance to support you whilst in your new role.

Your continued development is important to us, therefore, SeeAbility offer the means to progress your career, your way! You will learn and be supported in your role, and have the opportunity achieve professional qualifications - Care Certificate, QCF levels 2-5, which are funded by SeeAbility!

Please note we reserve the right to close this advert early if we have received a sufficient number of applications, so don't delay, apply today.

Safer Recruitment and Diversity

SeeAbility safeguards and promotes the welfare of the young people and adults we support. Therefore, we work with successful candidates to complete appropriate vetting checks prior to joining.

SeeAbility is committed to promoting equality, encouraging diversity, and embracing inclusion among our workforces. We want our workforce to be truly representative of all sections of society and the people we support.



Our Benefits

Your rewards

Our colleagues at SeeAbility are extremely valued, and so everyone has access to a fantastic package of benefits.

Your extraordinary opportunities

  • Leadership development academy and talent programme for the next steps in your career
  • Fully paid essential training
  • Funded professional qualifications – Care Certificate, QCF levels 2-5 available
  • Annual excellence awards
  • Long service awards and recognition
  • Quarterly 1:1s: Opportunity to discuss your progress and your future

Your work-life balance

  • 28 days holiday (incl. bank holidays), increasing to 36 days with long service (1 extra day for each year of service)
  • Buy and sell up to 3 days annual leave
  • Life events - Time off when you need it most
  • Flexible working - We are up for anything that works for your team and the wider organisation

Your money goes further

  • Discounts and cashback at hundreds of shops, restaurants and activities
  • Eligible for Blue Light Card discounts
  • Save 10% on monthly bus travel
  • Pay reviews and commitment to pay competitive rates
  • Employer contributory pension scheme - Support and tools to help you make the right decisions about your future 
  • Refer a friend and receive £600
  • Paid DBS and renewals
  • Season ticket loans
  • Discounted mobile phone options

Your wellbeing counts

  • Life assurance of 2x annual salary
  • Free 24/7 employee assistance programme for advice and support
  • Free eye care vouchers
  • Discounted gym membership