Urgent Support Workers needed in Crewe
Routes Healthcare Support Workers Required
Routes Healthcare are currently recruiting for Support Workers to work a variety of shifts to suit around you & your personal life, in the Crewe area. We offer ad-hoc shifts, so you tell us your availability & it’s our job to find you suitable work.
You will have previous experience working as a Support Worker, supporting clients on the autistic spectrum, Learning Disabilities & Physical Disabilities - with daily tasks, promoting independence, working from individuals personalised support plan. You will assist clients with their personal care and feeding - ensuring clients maintain a nutritional diet. You support clients with daily activities, accessing the community - this ensures that client’s minds are stimulated on a daily basis.
- 24hour on call support,365 days a year
- Assistance with professional portfolio
- Offices across the North West England
- Support from expert consultants based in local offices
- Regulated by Ofsted, CQC and Local authority
If this opportunity is for you please contact our dedicated team on:
0161 359 3342 or send your CV to email@example.com
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