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                                           Senior Support Worker (Nursing Care)

                                                  Heather House, Tadley


                             Starting Salary from: £20,397 - £20,689.50 per annum(dependent on qualification)

                                                    37.5 hours per week


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a forward thinking and energetic person who is looking to develop and strengthen their leadership skills to join our team. Heather House is a specialist nursing home for 16 young adults with complex and life limiting health conditions, disabilities and sight loss.


The Role:


Working at Heather House; a residential home (Nursing) for 16 younger adults with sight loss, complex needs and life limiting conditions, you will work on a rotational shift basis, including weekends and evenings, within an established team and be a role model to other staff while providing ongoing support to individuals, including full assistance with basic personal needs, complex nutritional support and palliative care. You will join an established staff team, who share a passion for providing an excellent, person centred approach for the people we support.


As a key member of the senior team you will demonstrate flair and enthusiasm to enable the people we work with to plan and achieve their goals and wishes.

You will mentor and induct new staff as well as coach, supervise and support the ongoing development of allocated support workers 

Our Benefits

The Person:

You are motivated, dynamic and resilient and a strong team player with good interpersonal skills.

Physically fit, you will have at least 1 years experience at senior support worker level and experience of working with people who have complex disabilities.

Holding at least QCF level 2 (Level 3 or equivalent is the desired qualification for the post). You will demonstrate an ability to use your own initiative, particularly with regard to daily guidance of support staff.

You will have strong communication and I.T. skills and the ability to drive our services vehicles will be advantageous.


By joining SeeAbility you will be able to help the people we support live an extraordinary life.