Peabody’s care and support services work with over 5500 people across London, Essex and the South East. Our main aim, across all these services, is to offer people just the right amount of support to help them live happy, fulfilled and independent lives. We are committed to putting the most vulnerable first and treating every person as an individual so that they can live more independently, with dignity, choice and control.
Do you want to help make a change in someone’s life?
Do you want to get up in the morning and love the job you do?
We are looking for someone who is kind and caring to provide support for people with learning disabilities, enabling them to enjoy a fulfilled and meaningful life. You do not need previous experience of supporting people with learning disabilities but you must be respectful and honest with the ability to empower and enthuse people.
Our ideal candidate is understanding, non-judgemental, flexible and adaptable and will have good interpersonal, communication and organisational skills.
Above all, you must share our values of compassion, empathy and equality and want to make a big difference to people’s lives.
What we will give you in return?
Real Living Wage Employer.
25 days leave and 8 bank holidays.
Paid Mileage at 44p per mile.
Up to 4% pension contribution matched 1:1.
Flexible benefits of 1% of salary with a minimum of £300 and maximum of £1000.
Spot Bonus awards.
Long Service awards.
Paid Induction Training.
Paid Enhance DBS
Annual pay review.
Please see attached the full job description.
If you have any questions related to this job role please contact Michelle Sibley on 07931551636
You will provide a high standard of care and support to the customers with their day to day needs both at home and within the community. You should have a person focused approach, a positive attitude and ability to encourage choice, dignity, and privacy, respect and community participation for the customers we support.
We provide 24 hour support across 7 days per week. Staff wanting awake night considered but must be available to attend training & supervision during the day when required. .
Day shifts will be a mixture of Early & late shifts.
*Please note: Schedule 9, Part 1, Paragraph 1 of the Equality Act 2010 relating to Work Exceptions and Occupational Requirements applies.
If you want to make a difference to someone in your community, support them to achieve their potential and help them enjoy life, then we want to hear from you.