|Job Title||Day Support Worker - EXPIRED|
|Salary||£15,173 per year + pro rata|
|Job Published||14 Aug 2015|
|Contact Name||Penny Antoniou|
Day Support Worker
£15,173 per annum pro rata
Our client, one of the nation?s leading charities in research and support for people who suffer with Alzheimer?s and Dementia are seeking 2 part time Day Support Workers to join their enthusiastic and fun team in Dorking.
Our client believes passionately that life doesn't end when dementia begins. Through their nationwide services, they provide information and practical and emotional support to help people live well with dementia. They invest in world class research with the ultimate goal of defeating it.
The Dorking branch offers a range of support, information and actives for people living with dementia in the local area. All services are run out of a newly built centre which has a vibrant feel to it. The service manager in Dorking is seeking 2 part time Day Support Workers to join their activities team who provide fun and meaningful activities to people with dementia and their carers.
A Day Support worker creates and delivers fun, meaningful activities within a dedicated centre, works as part of a team to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their service users and uses their interpersonal skills to engage service users.
This is an ideal role for a candidate who is seeking a career in social care, someone who has an interest in people and is passionate about making a real difference to a persons' daily life. The successful candidate will be extremely personable, have an interest in working with people with dementia, be creative and active and have the ability to plan and deliver activities.
If you feel you meet the above criteria and would make a great Day Support Worker the please do not delay in applying.
To apply please send a CV and a short paragraph about your interests outside of work quoting reference J52661PA to email@example.com or for more information call 02071986070 to speak to our team.
Closing date: 19th August 2015
Interviews: Early September