Wellbeing Teams do whatever it takes to support people to live well at home and be part of their community. This role is based in Ashton-in-Makerfield, Greater Manchester.
Wellbeing Team Assistants support the Wellbeing Teams by providing cover for leave and other times. We see it as an opportunity to ‘try before you buy’. To be a Wellbeing Worker you have to be skilled at delivering compassionate, person-centred and safe care, and self-management. The Wellbeing Team Assistant role is a way to deliver compassionate, person-centred and safe care, and understand the way we work. You may then decide that you want to try self-management too, and apply to become a Wellbeing Worker, or you may decide that staying as a Wellbeing Team Assistant suits you well. Most of our Wellbeing Team Assistants have a part-time job, or are students and do shifts with us to earn extra income. This role gives you the flexibility to work around other commitments, as it is a zero hours contract.
Please note that for this role you need to have a driving licence and access to a car.
The Wellbeing Team works in shifts. The shifts are around 6:30a.m.-2 p.m. and 4 p.m-10 p.m. (with some flexibility of up to an hour either side). We need Wellbeing Assistants to have availability for some of the early or the late shifts and at weekends. This could be that you are available for three or four shifts a week, and we may ask you to do two or three most weeks (or more if you have capacity).
To learn more about what this role involves, what we would promise you, and how you would become a Wellbeing Team Assistant; please download the following document:
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What we offer
We pay £9 per hour, and also provide you with a smart phone and data allowance.
Applying for this role
We don’t want to meet you on paper first, through an application form or CV. We want to start to get to know you, and we think that best way to do that is to have an informal chat over the phone.
To book an informal call with Mo, please click the ‘Apply for job’ button to get in touch via e-mail, or send a text message to 07792 655809. You do not need to send your CV, just email us to request a time to chat. We look forward to hearing from you.
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