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Reablement Support Worker (Nights) – Norwich


Part Time

Norfolk County Council

Closing Date: 30/10/22

Permanent contract | £18,233 to £19,736 per annum | 33 hours per week | Grays Fair Court, Norwich

There is a market supplement of 10% to the base salary to all staff who are employed in night roles.  This will be paid three times a year.

We have the following vacancies available:

3 x 33 hours per week

All vacancies work alternate weekends.

‘Care for others. Make a difference’

As a Reablement Support Worker you will be assisting people with their daily living activities such as personal care, meal/drink preparation and medication with the aim of helping them back to independence with these activities.

Grays Fair Court is a care establishment made up of 20 Accommodation Based Reablement Beds and 34 Housing with Care flats. Grays Fair Court Accommodation Based Reablement service provides person-centred, accommodation-based support for a period of up to six weeks to help people regain as much independence as possible and return home. Grays Fair Court offers 34 housing with care flats. All flats are self-contained with bedroom, lounge, kitchenette and bathroom. The Housing with Care tenants also have access to 24 hour assessed care.

Grays Fair Court is part of the wider Norfolk First Response Service which consists of Norfolk First Support, Swift Response, Supported Care and Benjamin Court (Accommodation Based Reablement Unit).

Both experienced social care workers and those new to care are welcomed to apply. Full training will be provided.

Benefits of working for Norfolk First Response: Competitive annual leave per year, competitive pension scheme, guaranteed salaried hours, regular working pattern, paid induction and Norfolk Rewards Scheme.

For more information on working for NFR please click on the link below: https://www.norfolk.gov.uk/jobs-training-and-volunteering/work-at-norfolk-county-council/vacancies/norfolk-first-response-jobs

For an informal discussion regarding this position please contact Charlotte Hayter – charlotte.hayter@norfolk.gov.uk