Sunderland Care and Support - Supported Living

Sunderland Care and Support is a Local Authority owned trading company supporting a wide range of vulnerable people across the City of Sunderland.

Our Values

At Sunderland Care and Support we aim to be a trusted provider in the delivery of high-quality customer focused social and health care services.

Our Supported Living Services

Sunderland Care and Support work alongside customers who possess a diverse range of complex needs and characteristics to enable them to engage within the community, develop skills and enhance their quality of life.

Our supported living services require dynamic motivated Support Workers with the ability to work in challenging environments. Support Workers will be motivated to engage customers in line with positive behavioural support to enable a positive outcome for people we support.

Within our supported living services, we provide care and support in a range of services for customers with a Learning Disability, Autism, Behaviour that Challenges or Mental Health needs.

What you can offer

As a Support Worker you will be working as part of a team, providing and promoting person-centred care and support, enabling individuals to make choices and have control over their daily lives.

Suitable applicants must demonstrate the core values of the company, treating customers; families and their colleagues with dignity and respect. Have compassion by delivering the best possible care by treating customers with sensitivity and empathy. All colleagues must adhere to the highest standards of professionalism, ethics and personal responsibility worthy of the trust our customers place in us and fostering a safe and supportive environment whereby the highest quality service is delivered by every member of the team .

Experience is not always necessary; your attitude and values are more important.

What we can offer you

The job is extremely rewarding and in return we offer:

· £9.55 per hour

· Sleep in payment of £36.08 per night

· Designated rota pattern

· Excellent training opportunities

· Career development opportunities

· A positive and rewarding job role and culture

· Work shifts on a rota including daytime, evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays

Applying for the position

All CV’s should be supported by two satisfactory references, current Enhanced Adults DBS disclosure and Right to Work ID.

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  • Kraig Haslam
  • Nicola Jenkinson
  • Rob Arnold
  • Sam Bedford
  • Shaun Bourke
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