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Bank Support Worker


Between £8.30-10.00 Per Hour



Closing Date: 31/12/21

Hours: varied (as available and required)

Wage: £9.11 

Closing date: Open and Ongoing

Overview of Role

The Bank Support Worker is a frontline role working directly with clients as part of a team. The Bank Support Worker enables service users to participate in a comprehensive programme of educational, vocational, outreach, leisure and creative activities, and encourages and promotes independence. The nature of the work is very varied, and includes assisting with personal and dietary care, dealing with challenging behaviour, and offering 1:1 support as appropriate.

Specific Issues Relating to This Job:

The nature of this role requires a high level of flexibility to provide appropriate support as required for a range of clients with varying levels and types of physical and learning disability. Attention to detail, an ability to work well as part of a team, and a positive approach are all key to this role.

Nansa Competencies:

  • Determination to make a difference,
  • Commitment to respect and dignity,
  • Proactive teamwork and personal leadership,
  • Continuous improvement,
  • Person centred care,
  • Creativity and flexibility.

Please see job description on our website for more information

To Apply:

Complete the application and Equal opportunities forms on our website by clicking ‘Apply Now’

Nansa is committed to an inclusive working environment, promoting equal opportunities in employment however due to the nature of the work involved applicants must be 18 or over.

Nansa is committed to the safeguarding of our beneficiaries and welfare of our staff, volunteers and partners. This post is subject to a satisfactory DBS check.

Nansa is a Data Controller, and complies with the principles of the 2018 General Data Protection Regulation. Your application form will be kept for six months whether you are successful or not then deleted or destroyed.

Nansa is a Disability Confident Employer.

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