Reablement Support Worker

Title: Reablement Support Worker
Hours: Flexible hours available in Winchester & Surrounding Areas
Salary: £9.13 per hour M-F £12.17 S-S


The organisation is a registered charity that has been providing care, support and advice for over 30 years to vulnerable people across Hampshire and Dorset, giving them the tools and resources they need to live independent, secure and valued lives.


The Role
We are recruiting Support Workers to our Reablement and Assessment Care Team.

The services main aim is to work alongside people in regaining their physical well being and relearning the skills necessary for daily living, with intensive support over a 6 week period.

This includes aspects from personal care, medication and support with cooking.


One of the brilliant perks with this service is that we can be accommodating around working hours and working days.

Our staff team provide support between the hours of 7:00 to 22:00 on a 2 week rolling shift pattern.

We are really happy to consider part time support workers or weekend only contracts.


About You
For this position it is essential that you are a car driver with access to a car for work use.

The service covers the whole of the Winchester borough and travel time and expenses are paid.


As a vital part of our staff team, you will help to maximise long term independence meaning people get to remain in, or return to their own homes.

It's key that you are focused on enablement and the empowerment of individuals, taking a can-do and person-centred approach at all times.


The organisation has a strong value base, striving to be person-centred, innovative, trustworthy, can-do and excellent at all times, so it is important that you are as passionate about these principles as we are.


Essential Requirements


The ideal Reablement Support Worker will:
, Be experienced and able to understand individuals needs/wishes including people who are elderly and those with a learning disability or mental health need.
, Have, or be willing to work toward the completion of Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care
, Be able to build relationships and understand individuals strengths, abilities needs and wishes to help them become more independent.
, understand how to accurately observe and record both progress towards goals and deterioration, as well as the importance of completing the required paperwork.
, Have the skills to enable people to undertake daily living skills, access available benefits to support themselves financially and signpost to other agencies to achieve positive outcomes
, Have good communication skills, including written, verbal, non verbal including body language and touch, and have a sound understanding of confidentiality and how this applies.
, Be flexible and able to work shifts, including evenings, weekends and bank holidays largely between the hours of 7am and 10pm
, Be a car driver with use of a car for work purposes and the appropriate level of insurance
, Have, or be willing to achieve, PaCT training on Positive Outcomes


If you choose to begin a career with our organisation, you are guaranteed:
Our Benefits
, Competitive rates of pay and paid travel time.
, Enhanced annual leave entitlements, sick pay allowances and pension scheme contributions.
, Excellent and professionally certified training.
, Real opportunities to develop in your profession.
, Free health and wellbeing advice via a 24/7, confidential Employee Assistance Programme.
, Everything you need to carry out your role free of charge, which may include a mobile phone, safety equipment and other necessary technology, a uniform where applicable, and of course a nice cup of tea or coffee throughout your day!
, Online 24/7 access to your personal rota.
, A company that is committed to its employees, valuing their knowledge, creativity and flexibility.
, The chance to work with amazing people.


If you think you have the skills to provide this service we can't wait to hear from you! If you have the skills to take this role forward, please click ‘Apply' to forward your details on to us; please be sure to include your name, email address and contact telephone number.


We will then contact you directly to discuss the role and ask you a few key questions to make sure that this is the right position for you.

If you are successful during this initial screening you will be invited to an assessment and interview, the date of which will be agreed at this point.


Alternatively, if this sounds like your ideal role we're keen to hear from you as soon as possible, so don't delay, please call Jemma on 07771861241.


Please note; we will select the first suitable applicants for interview and assessment, so don't delay, apply today!


We are also recruiting to our bank of Sessional Support Workers, called Premier Crew, to work on a relief basis in a number of our services throughout Hampshire and with a variety of different client groups.

If this is something that interests you please ring 01329 821918 for more details.




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