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Job Role

Supported Living Support Worker Based in Kennington, near Oxford.

Salary: £12.50 per hour equivalent to £24,375 per annum plus an additional £1,820 per annum based on 1 Sleep In per week 

Full or part time positions, 37.5 hours per week, Permanent, well established Charity for Learning Disability, autism and sight loss/difficulties

We are looking for highly experienced Male Support Workers.

Are you looking to be a part of an amazing specialist team to support a young man and help him at the beginning of the next chapter of his life, starting a new journey outside of an institutional setting into his own home where he can thrive, be happy and achieve things he never thought possible. Yes, there will be the need for some rules to start off with, but these will need to be based on how to support the person to be the absolute best he can be,  not to curb their lust for life permanently. To help with this you will need to work in partnership with him, his family and a wide range of professionals to help him enjoy the things he loves, such as getting out in his community, building connections and hanging out with friends and family.

You’ll be part of a team that includes support from a positive behaviour consultant. This will provide you with the additional expertise needed to create exceptional person centred support and overcome any challenges that may get in the way of the progress that is needed. Your day to day management will come from an experienced, passionate leader who will work alongside you. This will assist you with your own leadership and interactions that will in turn enable the person to move forward in his life creating community connections, friends, hobbies, interests, and work.  Being passionate, creative and values led will really help you in achieving the small and bigger goals and outcomes that we all see as part of a safe, happy, healthy and empowering life.

The service has two homes next to each other in Kennington, this particular role, is to work with one particular person. Give us a call and we call talk some more about this amazing opportunity

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • To work as part of a team and be values driven
  • Engage with and follow support plan/risk guidelines
  • Follow key behaviour strategies and feedback on the effectiveness of these
  • Ability to confidently deal with behaviours that challenge
  • Provide key worker support 
  • Act as an advocate for the young person
  • Be resilient, positive and professional 
  • Participation in a wide range of activities in the persons home and community 
  • Flexibility to work e.g. early morning, evening, weekends, sleep-ins 
  • Use own initiative and think of solutions 
  • To see life as fun and every moment as an opportunity for involvement and learning


Our Benefits

Just a few of our amazing benefits

Giving you the tools to become an expert dream maker fully paid mandatory core training.

Everyone gets 5.6 weeks a year annual leave and if that wasn’t enough we increase it by a day a year

Know someone who is like you? And can make a difference? Get them to apply and earn yourself £600

You can save up to £1000 with discounts off your favourite shops, restaurants and great days out

Getting to work is an expensive business spread the cost via your salary with a season ticket loan

 No more excuses discount gym memberships available

Access to eye tests for all is very important to us, so we ensure you have access to regular eye tests.

For the full list of our extraordinary benefits please visit our website.