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Support Worker – 508003 Pobl Group
Location: Monmouthshire
£11.05 per hour / Part Time

We are looking for a positive and fun-loving individual to join our dedicated team of Support Workers in our Support Living service in Chepstow.
There is a permanent role available for 20 hours per week.
You will be working with these incredible individuals to enhance their various skills, providing them with emotional support and support with daily activities when required.
If you would like the opportunity to work with these truly amazing people please read on…..
Who are Pobl Group?
Pobl Group are a proud employer of over 2,300 colleagues providing diverse services and making a difference in communities throughout Wales. Our Care team provides registered care services throughout South Wales at dozens of locations and for a wide range of customers.
Pobl means ‘People’ and people really are at the heart of everything we do. We support some truly amazing people to live positive, independent lives in their own home and help get them where they want to be in life.
What is the role?
This service has great success in further developing the skills and confidence of individuals to enable them to move on to independent living. You will be supporting 4 very active and independent individuals who share a house in Chepstow and two people living independently in their flats within the area. All individuals supported have learning disabilities and enjoy an element of paid work and contribute to the community.
Duties Include:
• Supporting Individuals with their Individual needs.
• Supporting with individuals’ hobbies and activities.
• Encouraging and supporting with cleaning and administrative duties.
• Being able to bring fresh ideas to the team and implement different ways of working.
• Stock checking Individuals Medications and Finances.
• The individuals in this service are very active and have many outdoor interests. As their Support Worker you will be required to support them with these activities which will require a level of fitness.
For full details of the role and skills required please see the Role Profile document attached.
What skills and experience do you need?
A background of working with people with physical or mental health needs is desired, but not necessary as full training and support from senior staff and management is provided.  More important are;
• A passion to work with and enable people to live as independent a life as possible
• An enthusiasm and passion for making a difference to people’s lives
• A strong initiative and ability to work alone as well as being a great team player
• A full manual UK Driving Licence is required for this role
For full details of the role and skills required please see the Job Description attached.
We provide all training required to successfully deliver the role and you will have access to a bespoke learning pathway with the support of an experienced Learning & Development team.
We also care about our employee’s wellbeing and offer a Time for Talking service where counselling and psychological wellbeing support 24/7, 365 days a year is available to you should you need it. We also have an incredible Wellbeing team who are available for you to access along with mindfulness sessions and the chance to be involved in other fun activities.
We pay for an Enhanced DBS check which is a requirement for the role.
We pay a 20% enhancement for waking nights from 11pm to 7am and pay time & half for all bank holidays except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day which will be double time. Midnight to midnight.
In addition, you will get every other weekend off and there are possibilities to work additional hours if you choose.
What are the pay and benefits?
• An hourly rate of £11.05 making the annual salary £21,260 (FTE)
• Sleep in payment of £66.56 per night
• 26 days (pro rata) holiday entitlement plus Bank holidays 
• Pension scheme
• Sick Pay 
• Colleague Referral Scheme (£250 per referral)
• Time for Talking – a free counselling service
• Health Cash Plan
• Savings Scheme
• Electric Vehicle Lease Schemes
• Cycle to work scheme
• Eyecare plan
• Give as You Earn charity donation scheme
• Gym and shopping discounts
• Pobl socks and Pobl Bobl hats!
• Training and progression opportunities – including QCF Level 3 training to qualify you as a Care Worker.
At Pobl Group we are guided, in all that we do, by a group of principles that we call FREDIE, these are: Fairness, Respect, Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, Engagement. This means that whatever your background, you will have an equal opportunity at Pobl Group and we encourage you to apply now.
What do you need to do now?
If you have the skills and experience required to be our next difference maker, please apply now. We will just require an up-to-date CV along with a few contact details so that we can get back in touch with you.

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