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Term Time Enabler/Care Worker – Exeter

  • Shift work
  • Exeter
  • £18,816 - £19,846 a year
  • 31 Aug 2020
  • Travel expenses: no
  • Job term: Permanent
  • Job code: 010720-10282

We are recruiting enablers to support and empower our fabulous young people, in partnership with colleagues and their family, to support them to make their own decisions and reach their full potential in an excellent educational setting.

You will be required to work with visually impaired students in a personalised way to respond to their needs, wishes and aspirations. At WESC we deliver high quality education, care, health and therapy and you will be supported by an excellent and welcoming team to ensure high standards are maintained.

We offer a variety of flexible shifts and many opportunities for personal development. We support, nurture and develop our staff, we recognise talent and commitment and promote from within.

If successful your first week will be spent completing a comprehensive induction and training programme and your second week will consist of closely shadowing an experienced member of your team. This is designed to give you all the knowledge that you’ll need to undertake your role before you start your first shift

Essential details:

Please go to our website for more details and to apply online.

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Job category

Care worker, Entry level roles, Youth work

Profile

WESC Foundation WESC is a specialist residential centre in Exeter

Website wescfoundation wescfoundation

Type of organisation

Charity

Sector

Health and social care

Description

We provide exceptionally safe care whilst challenging our young people to follow their dreams, pursue their interests and develop skills. All our residents have a degree of visual impairment and other complex needs, but our staff focus on supporting and empowering them to maintain as much independence as possible.

By working with universities and international specialists, we are advancing our knowledge and practice of neuro-science, making us a leading specialist centre for visual impairment.

We are committed to inclusion, increasing independence, achieving results and creating a fun and social place to live and study.

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