St Albans or Hemel Hempstead
Livability is a national Christian disability and community engagement charity that delivers a variety of community projects, disability care services and training resources across the UK. We also share our expertise internationally. Our vision is of a transformed society where disabled and disadvantaged people can live life to the full. That’s why, since 1844, we’ve been campaigning, training and pioneering projects - services to help improve the wellbeing and social inclusion of disabled adults and children.
Right now, we’re looking for community-minded people who share our passion, values and dedication to join us working at our Hub Units at Greenwood Lodge, St Albans or Green Lane, Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire.
Green Lane, Hemel Hempstead
Green Lane is a small, and close-knit care home in Hemel Hempstead which can accommodate up to 5 residents.
Greenwood Lodge, St Albans
With a homely and friendly atmosphere, Greenwood Lodge offers 24 hour accommodation and care for a small group of up to 6 adults with learning difficulties, and some with physical disabilities.
Your challenge? To provide our residents with a warm, enabling and openly supportive environment, coupled with the highest standards of professional day-to-day support that will help them enjoy more independence and a better quality of life. In return, we’ll give you plenty of support and guidance, a great working environment and a wide range of benefits.
Relevant experience is welcomed, but not essential, as you’ll be given a Person-Centred Plan that covers everything from how to physically move someone to the best ways to be ‘inclusive’ in everything you do. And, because we appreciate that each resident is unique, we’ll show you the best way to communicate with them and encourage them to voice their own choices and needs too. We’ll even pay you to train and study for a Care Certificate or complete a NVQ2 qualification, if you so choose. All we ask is that you're willing to work shifts on a rota system.
If you’re a caring individual with a responsible attitude and a real commitment to helping other people reach their full potential and develop their independence, join us as a Support Worker.
How to Apply
Your application form is very important - the information you provide in your application form is the only information we will use in deciding whether or not you will be shortlisted for the selection process.
The application form asks you for your personal details, your qualifications and education history and asks you to outline how you think you measure up to the essential requirements for the post
Please do not send in a CV unless the advert for the post specifically asks you to do this - only completed application forms will normally be considered.
In line with our environmental policy and our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint we will contact all shortlisted candidates by email via the email address provided in your application. Please ensure you access your email account regularly to receive any correspondence from us regarding your application.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and it is the responsibility of all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS disclosure.
If you are interested in contributing to the success of a well-established and ambitious charity, where you can make a real difference to disabled people, please visit our website to view the job description/person specification and complete the application online.