Support/Waking Night Worker

Rush House are seeking to employ a Support/Waking night worker to work with vulnerable clients who may have been homeless and may have complex needs.

Applicants should be aware that duties may involve lone working supported by relevant policies and procedures.  This post will involve working days and nights including weekends on a rota basis.

For information about the vacancy please contact Lisa Rachieru or Viv Flinders on 01709 369295. To request an application pack please email info@rushhouse.co.uk.

Closing date for this post is 12 noon Monday 22nd October 2018. Interviews will take place on Thursday 25th October 2018.

 

 

 

Casual Support Worker

CASUAL SUPPORT WORKER

 

We are looking for someone who is flexible to pick up additional shifts, particularly evenings, nights and weekends.

To work as part of a team providing cover at a Supported Accommodation Service for 16 – 25 year olds, ensuring the cleanliness and security of the building and providing general support to the service user. You will ensure that a good standard of professional service is given and will be required to work within Rush House policies and procedures.

Applicants should be aware that support duties may involve lone working supported by an on call system and relevant policies and procedures. An enhanced DBS check will be required (costs to be met by employer).

The post holder will be expected to work within the agreed hours and shift patterns which are relevant to Rush House Service. This may be reviewed from time to time to ensure services are accessible to young people and meet their needs

 

There is currently no closing date for applications and we will interview suitable candidates as applications are received.

 

If you would like to know more about the post please telephone 01709 369295 asking for Lisa Rachieru (Manager) or Steve Harris (Deputy Manager)

 

For an application pack, please email info@rushhouse.co.uk or telephone 01709 369295