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    • Day Support Worker (Romsey)

    • £16,238 - £17,094 per year starting salary, depending on skills and experience

      If you are compassionate, empathetic and genuinely care about improving people’s lives, joining the team in Romsey could be your way of progressing or starting a career in Health and Social Care.

       

      The support we provide includes helping with everything from daily living and personal care to getting out and about to the shops or even to the pub. It’s not an overseeing role: you’ll help people make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way. Of course, there will sometimes be challenges, however we’ll give you full training and support to ensure you can deal with these confidently and capably. We use modern positive behaviour support approaches based within PROACT-SCIPr-UK®. This is embedded in everything that we do, from your induction to your ongoing training.

       

      Although experience gained within a similar setting and relevant qualifications would be beneficial, neither are essential. The personal qualities you bring are far more important. So, we’ll be looking for an open mind, respect for others, resilience, self-motivation and a willingness to learn. You will also need to have a good standard of English, basic IT skills, a team approach and the ability to work under your own initiative.

       

      If you don’t currently have any qualifications, we will help you to achieve them, beginning with completion of your Care Certificate and continuing with an NVQ in Health & Social Care.

       

      This is an exciting opportunity to develop your knowledge and your career potential.

       

      In addition, you’ll enjoy a benefits package that includes further support for professional development, pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and a discount scheme.

       

      We are looking for someone who has:

      Strong communication skills, a positive and caring attitude, and a willingness to work as part of a small, committed team are essential.

      Previous experience as a support worker / care worker / carer in a similar setting would be a definite advantage but is not required. Full training will be given.

       

      Other information

      169 hours per month on a fixed shift pattern, one weekend in two

      7 weeks holiday per year, 3% matched pension and other benefits

      Full time day shift work - 7.30am to 8pm, support workers need to be available for the whole shift pattern

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

       

      For more information email us at careers@liaise.co.uk or see the below job description.

      Location: Romsey

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    • Support Worker / Cleaner (Romsey) - Part Time

    • Starting salary £8.00 per hour

      If you are compassionate, empathetic and genuinely care about improving people’s lives, joining the team in Romsey could be your way of progressing or starting a career in Health and Social Care.

       

      As a Part -time Ancillary Support Worker (Cleaning) you will carry out general cleaning duties within the home. By working with the Registered Manager to implement proactive approaches to doing so, you will ensure that the service users in the home are enabled and supported to look after their own home as much as possible.

       

      The support we provide includes helping with everything from daily living and personal care to getting out and about to the shops or even to the pub. It’s not an overseeing role: you’ll help people make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way. Of course, there will sometimes be challenges, however we’ll give you full training and support to ensure you can deal with these confidently and capably. We use modern positive behaviour support approaches based within PROACT-SCIPr-UK®. This is embedded in everything that we do, from your induction to your ongoing training.

       

      Although experience gained within a similar setting and relevant qualifications would be beneficial, neither are essential. The personal qualities you bring are far more important. So, we’ll be looking for an open mind, respect for others, resilience, self-motivation and a willingness to learn. You will also need to have a good standard of English, basic IT skills, a team approach and the ability to work under your own initiative.

       

      If you don’t currently have any qualifications, we will help you to achieve them, beginning with completion of your Care Certificate and continuing with an NVQ in Health & Social Care.

       

      This is an exciting opportunity to develop your knowledge and your career potential.

       

      In addition, you’ll enjoy a benefits package that includes further support for professional development, pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and a discount scheme.

       

      Other information

      Two vacancies shift patterns available:

      20 hours per week (Monday- Friday, 4 hours per day between 9am and 5pm)

      20 hours per week (Saturday and Sunday, 10 hours per day between 7.30am and 8pm)

      7 weeks holiday per year, 3% matched pension and other benefits

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

      For more information email us at careers@liaise.co.uk or see the below job description.

      Location: Romsey

    • Day Support Worker (Basingstoke)

    • £16,238 - £17,094 per year starting salary, depending on skills and experience

      If you are compassionate, empathetic and genuinely care about improving people’s lives, joining the team in Basingstoke could be your way of progressing or starting a career in Health and Social Care.

       

      The support we provide includes helping with everything from daily living and personal care to getting out and about to the shops or even to the pub. It’s not an overseeing role: you’ll help people make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way. Of course, there will sometimes be challenges, however we’ll give you full training and support to ensure you can deal with these confidently and capably. We use modern positive behaviour support approaches based within PROACT-SCIPr-UK®. This is embedded in everything that we do, from your induction to your ongoing training.

       

      Although experience gained within a similar setting and relevant qualifications would be beneficial, neither are essential. The personal qualities you bring are far more important. So, we’ll be looking for an open mind, respect for others, resilience, self-motivation and a willingness to learn. You will also need to have a good standard of English, basic IT skills, a team approach and the ability to work under your own initiative.

       

      If you don’t currently have any qualifications, we will help you to achieve them, beginning with completion of your Care Certificate and continuing with an NVQ in Health & Social Care.

       

      This is an exciting opportunity to develop your knowledge and your career potential.

       

      In addition, you’ll enjoy a benefits package that includes further support for professional development, pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and a discount scheme.

       

      We are looking for someone who has:

      Strong communication skills, a positive and caring attitude, and a willingness to work as part of a small, committed team are essential.

      Previous experience as a support worker / care worker / carer in a similar setting would be a definite advantage but is not required. Full training will be given.

       

      Other information

      169 hours per month on a fixed shift pattern, one weekend in two

      7 weeks holiday per year, 3% matched pension and other benefits

      Full time day shift work - 7.30am to 8pm, support workers need to be available for the whole shift pattern

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

       

      For more information email us at careers@liaise.co.uk or see the below job description.

       

       

       

      Location: Basingstoke

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    • Night Support Worker (Romsey)

    • £18,330 to £19,688 starting salary, depending on skills and experience.

      If you are compassionate, empathetic and genuinely care about improving people’s lives, joining the team at Romsey could be your way of progressing or starting a career in Health and Social Care.

       

      The support we provide includes helping with everything from daily living and personal care to encouraging a healthy sleep routine, checking on residents throughout the night and preparing for the next day. It’s not an overseeing role: you’ll help the people you support to make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way. Of course, sometimes there will be challenges along the way, however we’ll give you full training and support to ensure you can deal with these confidently and capably. We use modern positive behaviour support approaches based within PROACT-SCIPr-UK®. This is embedded in everything that we do, from your induction to your on going training.

       

      While skills and qualifications aren’t essential, some experience in a similar setting will mean that you can work without direct supervision. Equally important are the personal qualities you bring to the role. So, we’ll be looking for an open mind, respect for others, resilience, self-motivation and a willingness to learn. You will also need to have a good standard of English, basic IT skills, a team approach and the ability to work under your own initiative.

       

      If you don’t have any qualifications, we will help you to achieve them, beginning with completion of your Care Certificate and continuing with an NVQ in Health & Social Care.

       

      This is an exciting opportunity to develop your knowledge and your career potential.

       

      In addition, you’ll enjoy a benefits package that includes further support for professional development, pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and a discount scheme.

         

      We are looking for someone who has:

      Strong communication skills, a positive and caring attitude, and a willingness to work as part of a small, committed team are essential.

      Previous experience as a support worker / care worker / carer in a similar setting would be a definite advantage but is not required. Full training will be given.

       

      Other information

      12 hour shift, including 1.5 hour paid break (must remain on premises).

      42 hours per week - 7 nights over two weeks on a fixed pattern.

      Waking night shifts including support work, regular checks on service users and general domestic duties (cleaning, laundry etc.)

      7 weeks holiday per year, 3% matched pension and other benefits

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

       For more information email us at careers@liaise.co.uk or see the below job description.

      Location: Romsey

    • Day Support Worker (Oakley)

    • £16,238 - £17,094 per year starting salary, depending on skills and experience

      If you are compassionate, empathetic and genuinely care about improving people’s lives, joining the team in Oakley could be your way of progressing or starting a career in Health and Social Care.

       

      The support we provide includes helping with everything from daily living and personal care to getting out and about to the shops or even to the pub. It’s not an overseeing role: you’ll help people make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way. Of course, there will sometimes be challenges, however we’ll give you full training and support to ensure you can deal with these confidently and capably. We use modern positive behaviour support approaches based within PROACT-SCIPr-UK®. This is embedded in everything that we do, from your induction to your ongoing training.

       

      Although experience gained within a similar setting and relevant qualifications would be beneficial, neither are essential. The personal qualities you bring are far more important. So, we’ll be looking for an open mind, respect for others, resilience, self-motivation and a willingness to learn. You will also need to have a good standard of English, basic IT skills, a team approach and the ability to work under your own initiative.

       

      If you don’t currently have any qualifications, we will help you to achieve them, beginning with completion of your Care Certificate and continuing with an NVQ in Health & Social Care.

       

      This is an exciting opportunity to develop your knowledge and your career potential.

       

      In addition, you’ll enjoy a benefits package that includes further support for professional development, pension scheme, Employee Assistance Programme and a discount scheme.

       

      We are looking for someone who has:

      Strong communication skills, a positive and caring attitude, and a willingness to work as part of a small, committed team are essential.

      Previous experience as a support worker / care worker / carer in a similar setting would be a definite advantage but is not required. Full training will be given.

       

      Other information

      169 hours per month on a fixed shift pattern, one weekend in two

      7 weeks holiday per year, 3% matched pension and other benefits

      Full time day shift work - 7.30am to 8pm, support workers need to be available for the whole shift pattern

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

       

      For more information email us at careers@liaise.co.uk or see the below job description.

       

      Location: Basingstoke

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    • Registered Manager (Basingstoke)

    • Registered Manager (small Learning Disability Unit)

      Basingstoke

      Starting from £25000 + benefits depending on Skills and Experience

       

      We are Liaise Loddon and we provide small, friendly, community based homes to adults with profound learning difficulties, usually associated with autism.

      We have a deserved reputation for helping the individuals we support to achieve the most fulfilling lives possible, by providing tailored care designed to maximise their quality of life and development.

      The support we provide here is something that builds close-knit communities and long-lasting relationships. And that support is delivered by a team that is expert, trusted, dedicated and hardworking.

       

       

      As the Registered Manager of one of our Basingstoke homes, you’ll oversee all aspects of the home, to ensure the delivery of excellence in Care. You will have responsibility for the whole home, this includes providing strong leadership of the management team, ensuring that the needs of the people we support are met, managing the staff team, monitoring and improving the quality of care and support.

      You will be supported in your role by a team of specialists who will provide guidance on managing people, budgets and positive approaches, enabling you to become an ambassador for our service and our ambitions, a role model that inspires a committed, motivated team, and enables excellent relationships through positive and open communication with everyone we work with and for.

       

       

      You’ll have a relevant Degree (Social Work, Nursing), NVQ Level IV &/or LMA or RMA /or Level 5 QCF Level 5 in Health Social Care, or equivalent and will already have led service delivery and a team in a similar environment. So you will also have an excellent working knowledge of current legislation and regulations, great operational management skills and an understanding of the importance of having excellent time management and organisational skills.

      Some of the most important qualities we look for are compassion, emotional resilience, open mindedness and we encourage an empowering, open and positive environment.

      Our ambition is for each of out homes to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ rating by the CQC, so if you have significant management experience, this is an exciting opportunity to join a progressive organisation where you will receive all the support required to help you achieve that goal and maximise your own potential and the lives of the service users we support.

       

       

      Please note: this role requires you to work outside of normal office hours, including early and late shifts, regular weekend work, on-calls and occasional night time work. Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

       

       

       

       

       

      Latest Application By: 21-Oct-2017

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    • Deputy Manager, Basingstoke

    • Deputy Manager

      Basingstoke

      Starting from £20000 + benefits

      We are Liaise Loddon and we provide small, friendly, community based homes to adults with profound learning difficulties, usually associated with autism.

      We have a deserved reputation for helping the individuals we support to achieve the most fulfilling lives possible, by providing tailored care designed to maximise their quality of life and development.

      The support we provide here is something that builds close-knit communities and long-lasting relationships. And that support is delivered by a team that is expert, trusted, dedicated and hardworking.

      As Deputy Manager, you will assist the Registered Manager in all aspects of the day-to-day running of the home, this includes ensuring that the needs of the service users are met, managing the staff team, monitoring the quality of care and support, and ensuring that all legal and regulatory standards are met.

       

      However, our Deputy Managers do much more: they are first and foremost people managers who understand that a happy team means a happy home. So, you will be passionate about motivating and empowering your team and encouraging their development.  You will also be an inspiring role model, leading by example, imparting knowledge, championing best practice and promoting new thinking, enabling the team to help the people we support to make choices and decisions, live each day to the fullest and develop life skills along the way.

       

      If you have management experience gained with a similar role, this opportunity offers the chance to grow your responsibilities, display your expertise and develop your own skills and experience to help you become an outstanding Registered Manager.

      You’ll have a relevant Degree (Social Work, Nursing), NVQ Level IV &/or LMA or RMA /or Level 3 QCF Level 3 in Health Social Care, or equivalent (with a commitment to achieving Level 5 equivalent qualification with in the first 12 months of employment) and will have already have led a team within a similar environment. You will also have an excellent understanding of legislation, regulations and encourage an open, honest and constructive communication style - with staff, with the people we support, their parents and other professionals.

      Some of the most important qualities we look for are compassion, emotional resilience, open mindedness and we encourage an empowering, open and positive environment

      Please note: this role requires you to work outside of normal office hours, including early and late shifts, regular weekend work, on-calls and occasional night time work. Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

      Latest Application By: 05-Oct-2017

      Location: Basingstoke

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    • Maintenance Worker

    • We are Liaise Loddon and we provide small, friendly, community based homes to adults with profound learning difficulties, usually associated with autism.

      We have a deserved reputation for helping the individuals we support to achieve the most fulfilling lives possible, by providing tailored care designed to maximise their quality of life and development.

      The support we provide here is something that builds close-knit communities and long-lasting relationships. And that support is delivered by a team that is expert, trusted, dedicated and hardworking.

      As Maintenance Worker your role will be to carry out planned and reactive maintenance to all Liaise Loddon buildings, grounds and vehicles, ensuring that all Health and Safety, regulatory and Company standards are met. Working with the maintenance team, and with external contractors and suppliers as required. The role will require occasional work out of normal office hours, and some on-call duties.

      Hours: 169 hours per month FTE

      Key Responsibilities:

      • Undertaking all general maintenance work on the Company buildings, grounds and vehicles, including, general painting and decorating (internal and external), plumbing and carpentry work, maintaining electrical equipment, fire alarm testing, basic vehicle maintenance).
      • Carrying out assessments on drivers of Company vehicles as directed by the Maintenance Manager.
      • Documenting all maintenance work to ensure accountability and that all required standards are met.
      • Working in conjunction with internal and external stakeholders as required. e.g. Registered Managers, Service Users and Contractors.
      • Undertaking regular checks of boundaries ensuring the fencing is in good condition, reporting any unsafe areas immediately to the Maintenance Manager/Registered Manager.

      Essential criteria:

      • A positive, caring attitude and approach to adults with learning disabilities and autism.
      • Self-motivated and able to work on own initiative.
      • Literacy and Numeracy to GCSE standard.
      • Certificates for COSHH/fire regulations/risk assessments and other relevant mandatory qualifications (must be completed in post if not held prior to appointment).
      • Significant previous experience in a general maintenance or building role, ideally working in a social care or educational environment.
      • Excellent general DIY and general maintenance skills- Including Carpentry and Joinery Skills.
      • A full driving licence and use of a car to enable travel to all sites as required.

      What we offer:

      Competitive Salary

      35 Days Hours (including Bank and Public holidays)

      Pension Scheme

      Company benefits- including Childcare vouchers

      Training and Development

      Successful applicants will need to pass an enhanced DBS check.

      For more information about the role please go to our website www.liaise.co.uk

      Job Type: Full-time

      Latest Application By: 21-Oct-2017

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