Work with us Vacancies Waking Night Support Worker — Horley Position: Waking Night Support WorkerLocation: Horley support service, HorleySalary: £16,575 - £17,062 per annum pro rata (depending on relevant qualifications skills and experience)Hours: 2-5 nights per week (Mon-Fri and Sunday)Application Closing Date: 01/03/2018Required: A satisfactory DBS check is required for this position. Due to female personal care being a part of this role, we can only hire women. You don’t have to be a miracle worker although that would be great. You don’t even need previous experience, as you’ll benefit from an industry-leading induction and training programme. You just need to be extraordinary and make each and every day extraordinary for the people we support! SeeAbility encourages people with disabilities to challenge what they expect from life, from themselves and from wider society. The people we support overcome huge barriers to achieve exciting new things every day: some big, some small, all extraordinary. They challenge us all to rethink disability. The best thing about my job is walking home knowing I made someone smile. At Horley SS you’ll have the chance to join a supportive team and a great organisation that will ensure you have superb training opportunities to assist you in building a fulfilling career. It won’t be easy at times, but helping somebody with multiple disabilities and sight loss to achieve something previously unthinkable is an aspect of the job our Support Workers love. As a Waking Night Support Worker, you will be supporting individuals to be safe at night, ensuring personal care needs are met and monitoring individual’s seizures. There will also be cleaning tasks and laundry. You will need to have experience in supporting adults who have learning disabilities and Epilepsy. You will be lone working and so will need to self-motivated and be able to think on your feet to respond to a situation. The hours are 2-5 shifts per week working 9.5 hours per shift. You’ll need to be patient and calm under pressure as well as sociable, caring and supportive but above all; you’ll want to make a difference. You’ll seek new ways of working by thinking outside of the box and being creative with solutions and will take personal responsibility for the quality of care and support delivered to the people we support, striving to always do what is right by them. So apart from transforming lives what’s in it for you? You’ll benefit from working with an exceptional team, an outstanding induction and training programme as well as on-going development with the opportunity to gain formal qualifications. We also offer flexible working options, long service and recognition awards and company pension and life assurance schemes. To find out more please email Sam Adams on [email protected] or call 01293 786496 for an informal chat.