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Case Management &
Rehabilitation Solutions

Support Worker / Carer - Waking Nights

Carer/Support Worker/Client Recruitment
£11.50 per hour weeknights and £12.50 per hour weekend nights
About The Role

Location: Farnham, Surrey

Days and Hours:  Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed & Thur - 8.45pm - 8.45am (12 hr shifts) and Fri & Sat - 8.45pm - 7.00am (10.25 hr shifts) (hours to be covered by up to 3 Support Workers)

Pay: £11.50 per hour with potential to rise to £12.50 per hour after successful completion of probation, Weekdays. £12.50 per hour with potential to rise to £13.50 per hour after successful completion of probation, Weekends.
Driver required? No
Essential Experience: Supporting children through waking nights(for Waking Night role)
Desirable: Experience working with children with additional needs and an interest in therapy
Accommodation (while on duty): Wheelchair accessible family home with a separate room for care staff.
Interviews Week Commencing: 15th July 2019
Start Date: End of Aug/Beg of Sept (subjectto satisfactory employment checks)


Sam is a lovely cheerful boy, born in 2012 who has cerebral palsy resulting in complex needs, he is very bright and can communicate verbally.  He lives at home with his parents and younger sister.  Sam enjoys reading, watching films, playing table top games and playing on his iPad. 


Sam is also looking for patient, caring and alert Waking Night Carers to support him throughout the night, as he needs to be monitored, reassured and repositioned when appropriate.  Sam’s nights can be quite disturbed requiring intervention between 2 - 4 times a night, however he can be easily settled once reassured. Sam needs assistance with all aspects of care including transfers and his personal hygiene during the night and his early morning routine, as he also needs help getting up in the morning and getting ready for school.  You may be required to provide assistance with the school run.

This is an excellent opportunity for dedicated carers to join Sam's care team and support this very special little boy. A truly rewarding role. 
  • On-going training & support provided
  • 5.6 weeks annual leave pro rata
  • Sick leave entitlement
  • Free DBS check. 
In order to promote continuity of our high care standards, you will be offered: 
  • Induction,
  • Relevant training opportunities (including The Care Certificate),
  • Regular clinical supervision/review meetings,
  • On-going support from a dedicated Case Manager and HR department
About You

It would be great to receive your application, if you have the following skills/behaviours:

  • Physically fit for moving and handling purposes
  • Experience with working with Acquired Brain Injury
  • Experience working waking nights
  • Confident and comfortable working in Sam’s own home and sensitive to the needs and wishes of him and his family
  • Can demonstrate commitment and passion for meeting Sam's needs
  • Can demonstrate empathy and understanding in an appropriate and professional manner
  • A team player who understands the importance of feedback to qualified members of the team
  • Can develop productive and professional relationships with others
  • Actively creates an inclusive environment respecting diversity
  • Good organisational skills who can adhere to standards and quality requirements
  • Friendly, approachable with a proactive and encouraging approach
  • Punctual, patient, reliable and trustworthy
  • Can maintain an excellent level of confidentiality
  • Good verbal & written communication skills and IT literate
  • Able to think creatively and to use initiative
  • Willingness to work flexibly and cover shifts, sometimes at short notice

Satisfactory references & proof of eligibility to work in the UK required.

This position requires a disclosure request from the DBS. A conviction will not necessarily prevent you from being employed.

 * The Employer claims exemption under the Equality Act 2010

About Us
ILS provide Case Management and Rehabilitation Services on a nationwide scale.
When a persons life has been changed by injury, we address the practicalities.  We work with children and adults who have had moderate or catastrophic, complex injuries.  We assess individual needs and are able to provide a comprehensive Case Management and Rehabilitation Service designed to maximise independence.
ILS recruit on behalf of their clients and therefore, if you are successfully recruited, you will be employed directly by our client or their Deputy appointed by the Court of Protection.  However, ILS will manage your day to day employment, providing you with the support you need to carry out your role.  Working as a Carer or Support Worker for an ILS client means that you will have a dedicated Case Manager to oversee your client's care needs.

For more detailed information about working as a carer or support worker for ILS, please visit: http://www.indliv.co.uk/about-us/careers/work-as-a-carer-support-worker



Our Company Values:

We are Supportive.  It matters to us that our clients and staff know that wecare.

We have Integrity.  We can betrusted to work in a professional, honest and transparent way.

We are Client Centred.  We putour client's aspirations at the centre of everything we do.

We are Quality Focussed. We set high standards and aim to exceed them.

We are Positive.  We findsolutions and empower others.