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Support Worker and Relief Support Worker, Lisnaskea

  • Enniskillen Area
  • £10000 - 15000
  • Permanent part-time
  • Updated 09/01/2017
  • Andrew Cameron
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You will support adults with learning disabilities to live in their own homes and engage with their own unique interests and hobbies. We are a person centered organisation who believe in empowering people to live the life they want.


Positive Futures is the leading charity for people with a learning disability, acquired brain injury or autistic spectrum condition and their families.

Currently, we have these vacancies at our Supported Living Services in Lisnaskea:

Relief Support Workers
£7.24 per hour 
flexible hours

Support Workers
£14,716 - £15,548 FTE
Full time and part time contracts

To apply please visit our website www.positive-futures.net

What we expect of you
* Provide people with the individual support they need in the morning, afternoon and at night time
* Support people to live in their own homes and to be a part of their local community

What we need you to have
* 6 months' experience providing care or support for someone 
* A positive attitude about people with a learning disability, acquired brain injury and people on the autistic spectrum
* The ability to see possibilities, where others see problems


Closing Date: 25 January 2017 at 23:59
Interview Date: 2 February 2017


We are an Equal Opportunities Employer

Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (NIC101385)

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