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Support Worker

Support Worker - Darlington

£8.00- £10.00 per hour

We are currently looking to recruit experienced Support Worker's to work within a variety of environments including Supported Living, Residential Services, Hospitals and Specialist Units across County Durham and Darlington

The Role:

The following responsibilities are considered essential to the role:

? Administering medication
? Assisting with activities of daily living, domestic duties and daily living
? Ensuring health, safety and welfare of clients
? Record keeping - maintaining up to date reports such as care/support plans
? Maintaining regular communication with Service Manager
? Respect the individuality and confidentiality of each client
? Build and maintain relationships with service users and their families.

The Person:

The following personal attributes are considered essential to the post:

? Previous experience within a healthcare environment, preferably supporting clients with learning/physical disabilities.
? Ability to be patient & keep calm under pressure
? Professional, friendly & a willing disposition
? Easily adaptable to new environments
? Reliable & trustworthy
? Eligible to work in the UK

The Package:

What Pin-Point will do for you:

? Weekly Pay
? Flexible working patterns to suit you
? Full or Part time work offered, dependant on your circumstances
? Holiday allowance accrued as you work
? FREE annual training
? Bonus structure for ?Refer a friend? scheme.

The Company:
Pin-Point Healthcare are a local independent healthcare organisation and are one of the leading recruitment agencies in the North East & Nationwide supplying all grades of both Qualified Nurses and experienced care & support staff to the healthcare industry.

If you are interested in the above position then please send a copy of your C.V to middlesbrough@pin-point.co.uk or contact our office on 01642 772 134 for an informal discussion.