Job: Sessional Dementia Support Workers

Expiry date
11/10/2020
Salary
£10.12 per hour

Job details

  • £10.12 per hour
  • Covering the London Borough of Bromley
  • Up to two 4-hour shifts per day
  • Shifts available 7 days a week from 8:00am – 11:00pm

Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind is a highly regarded, innovative local charity, working alongside people with mental health problems and dementia to improve their quality of life. With an annual turnover of more than £4m, over 150 staff and 250 volunteers, we are one of the largest charities in the Mind network.

Our MindCare Respite Service provides one-to-one support to people with dementia and gives family carers a much needed break. We are looking for Dementia Support Workers to support people living with dementia across Bromley borough, with a particular need in Orpington and surrounding areas.

You will be required to work in people’s homes, engaging clients in activities to help them maintain everyday skills, and providing support with daily living activities. You will need to wear PPE (mask, gloves and apron) in clients’ homes, and this will be provided.

You will need to be patient and flexible, and to have an interest, and perhaps some personal or work experience, in supporting older people. A full driving licence, use of a car and knowledge of the local areas are essential.

Successful applicants will be expected to undergo an Enhanced level Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check

We Can Offer You

  • Regular work depending on your availability
  • Mileage costs and holiday pay
  • A full induction, ongoing training and regular supervision

Closing date

11:59pm on Sunday 11th October 2020

Interview dates

Thursday 29th and Friday 30th October 2020 (in Beckenham)

Induction dates

Monday 16th, Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th November 2020 (in Beckenham) – YOU MUST BE AVAILABLE TO ATTEND ALL 3 DATES

We recognise the importance of having a diverse and inclusive work force, and would therefore particularly welcome applications from the following, currently under-represented, groups:

  • People from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds
  • People aged 16-25
  • Disabled people
  • People with diverse sexual orientations and gender identities

BLG Mind is committed to meeting the reasonable adjustments of disabled people.

BLG Mind always welcomes applications from people with lived experience of mental health problems.

How to Apply

Carefully read the attached Job Description and Person Specification, download and complete the application form and email to personnel@blgmind.org.uk. Please note we do not accept CVs. No contact from agencies please.

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