Mental Health Support Worker

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Oakleaf are recruiting for motivated Support Workers / Healthcare Assistants to join our new mental health recovery and rehabilitation service, which has recently opened in Anwick, Lincolnshire. The service will initially have 18 beds, with room to grow as we do. This is an excellent opportunity to join a well established company that values its staff - who are at the heart of everything we do. We are looking for people that share our values in delivering quality, person-centered care. We can offer full training, so if you have never worked in the care industry before but would like to begin a career in care we can support you to take the first steps in this rewarding career. Benefits of being our Support Worker: Excellent rates of pay. Paid overtime. Structured career progression in a modern growing company. Full introductory training and shadowing of shifts for all new starters. Free staff training. Working in a friendly and supportive environment. The Role of Support Worker: Ensure that service user rights are protected. Maintain the hygiene, dignity, health and safety of service users at all times. Assist service users individually as required to support them with daily routines and activities. Observing service users ensuring a safe environment, protecting them from harm. Encourage a model of self-care and service user rehabilitation. Systematically solve day-to-day basic problematic issues which arise. Work in cooperation with members of multi-disciplinary health teams so as to maximise opportunities for service user therapeutic care. Assist in the design and administration of an evaluation of the care standards and care service provision. If applicable, assist in the administration of medication. Requirements to be considered: Someone who has a real passion for caring and helping people Preferably 6-months experience of working in a similar setting but not essential as full training will be given Flexible in their approach to work Ability to work on shift/rota pattern Good written and verbal communication NVQ Level 2, or equivalent, and above in Health and Social Care would be a distinct advantage. This job was originally posted as

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