Fulbridge is committed in creating the next generation of Support Workers. Fulbridge are always looking for individuals with a flair and passion to work with young people or adults and have a desire to establish a career within health and social care. As a company, we supply local authorities, private homes and education settings nationally and are always expanding our services into new towns and cities and are therefore continually recruiting exceptional individuals to join our team.
Fulbridge Social Care have implemented policies and procedures in line with OFSTED, DfE & CQC requirements in relation to recruitment, vetting and training of all our Residential Support Workers to ensure all staff are compliant in accordance to national regulations and standards. Fulbridge Social Care undertake safe recruitment on all candidates, we understand we have a responsibility to ensure safe recruitment is carried out to ensure the safety and wellbeing of both children and vulnerable adults within our clients care settings.
All our RSWs will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS through Fulbridge Social Care at a cost of £59 unless they subscribe to the new DBS on-line status checks whereby a handling fee of £10 is required to process application, we will also require a copy of the registered DBS certificate so we can check it for ourselves online.
Fulbridge Social Care will always be proactive with our candidates that are looking for full-time positions as we appreciate many of our workers join us to gain the relevant experience, exposure and training to achieve a full-time role within the sector.
Fulbridge Social Care’s casual workers are primarily used in our client’s settings to provide interaction, guidance, support, and encouragement to individuals in a variety of settings. The position involves enabling service users to develop by providing practical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of the service users first.
+ Build strong professional relationships with the service users and staff
+ Maintain a safe, clean, and enjoyable environment for service users
+ Keep up to date with all communication / information systems
+ Attend and take an active part in meetings
+ Support service users in managing their own challenging behaviours
+ Motivate and engage service users in group activities
+ Ensure professional boundaries are kept at all times
+ Promote equality, acknowledging individuals’ differences
+ Protect service users from all forms of abuse
+ Write accurate reports for reviews
+ Attend all training as required and achieve qualifications
+ Attend work reliably and punctually
+ Transfer service users using company car
+ Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all policy and procedures
+ Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others
+ Undertake any other additional duties related to the role
+ Physically restrain service users when they are a harm to you, themselves or others
+ Work with service users with complex behaviours and needs
+ Understanding of residential child care
+ Understanding of challenging behaviour / complex needs
+ Strong understanding of safeguarding the vulnerable
+ Able to exhibit sensitivity and assertiveness
+ Ability to work as part of a team and be self-motivated
+ Well motivated
+ Ability to be a good role model
+ Ability to organise tasks independently and efficiently
+ Practical support skills
+ Ability to work well in stressful environments.
+ Ability to form professional relationships with service users
+ Ability to communicate clearly and easily with service users
+ Ability to organise and participate in social activities with service users
+ Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably
+ Ability to participate in training and development
+ Follow a work pattern and attend work punctually and reliably
+ Awareness of what effective teamwork is
+ Awareness of the general health, safety, and welfare of service users
+ Awareness of how service users develop and learn
+ Ensure equal opportunities for both staff and service users
Once compliant, our qualified and trainee RSWs will then be placed on our live rota whereby you will inform us of your availability weekly and we will offer placements to fit around your availability. Casual can be utilised as an additional income, weekend job or for many of our team, can be used to obtain full-time hours with good availability. Please note that we will offer placements from and up to 40 miles of your central location.
Available Shift Patterns (Monday – Sunday):
8am – 11pm + sleep
3pm – 11pm + sleep
8am – 11pm
3pm – 11pm
11pm – 8am (Waking Watch)
For more information you can call us on 08450451170