Qube Learning are working in partnership with The Princes Trust on a new Health Care Sector project for 16-30 year olds, the age restriction is due to the Prince's Trust funding mandate however any candidate aged 18 or over (due to nature of the role) may apply, but only those who fall into the above age group will be considered for the Princes Trust as well. This project is designed to help people into any role within the sector.
This specific position has been recognised as a opportunity that fits in with the locations and roles we currently working with.
Apply for this fantastic opportunity, you will automatically be invited onto the programme. You will receive tailored support and guidance to help you in your application. After receiving your application we will contact you to book you in for a short induction, explain more about the programme & role and how we can help you!
The successful candidate will complete the Adult Care Worker Level 2 qualification lasting 15 months, Maths & English Functional skills included if needed.
During your apprenticeship you will have a dedicated Skills Tutor, who will make regular appointments virtually or face to face, to support you throughout your qualification.
Your apprenticeship will be completed 100% at the workplace.
• £1000 Welcome Bonus - £500 in your first months pay, £500 after 6 months service*
• Dedicated career ladder for those with NVQ level 2 or 3 earn up to £9.35 per hour.
• Free DBS
• Life assurance benefit of twice annual basic salary
• Wagestream – Avoid bank fees and withdraw up to 40% of your wages as you earn them before payday via the Wagestream app.
• Comprehensive induction and excellent training
• Recognition Awards, including long service awards
• Cycle to work Scheme
• Refer a friend scheme – Receiving up to £1000 per referral
• Employee benefits platform providing discounts at over 150 retailers
• Employee Assistance Programme, confidential telephone counselling and legal advice
• Health & Wellbeing portal
About the Role
Frinton House is a residential service near Bexhill-on-Sea supporting individuals with learning disabilities and autism in a person centred, positive setting. The team take a flexible approach to meeting individual’s bespoke needs and encourage individuals to fulfill their goals and aspirations; trying new activities, learning new skills and taking holidays.
Close to the nearby town of Bexhill and with excellent public transport links by road and rail to Hastings, London and other coastal towns on the South Coast, individuals can enjoy lots of community and leisure amenities either independently or in groups. This includes swimming, shopping, attending leisure centres and visiting the beaches.
You’ll be responsible for supporting an inclusive lifestyle within the community as individuals attend local colleges or day trips out. Develop greater independence and daily living skills by assisting with the upkeep of the service, preparing meals, shopping and domestic duties. Providing help with personal care such as washing, bathing and dressing whilst working across various shift patterns including early, late and weekend and night shifts.
If you enjoy working as part of a team, are patient and caring with a positive attitude and are looking to join a growing organisation with great benefits, we would love to hear from you. You may be new to care or already have experience in the social care sector as a Support Worker, Care Worker, Healthcare Assistant or Care Giver. We also recruit for attitude and personality so, if you don’t have all the right skills, we can provide a full induction, relevant training and the support you need to get the most from your role.
Oppurtunity to progress to higher level qualifications throughout your career.
By applying for this role you will automatically be put forwards for The Princes Trust help and support programme. To ensure we comply with Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (Coronavirus) Regulations 2021 (âthe regulationsâ), you will need to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 unless clinically exempt
Excellent verbal and written communication skills Ability to work as part of a team Ability to complete comprehensive reporting systems and analysis of information(I) Ability to explain, develop and follow policies and protocols(I) Ability to have a flexible approach to workload and manage your own time (I) To be actively involved in own personal development
Self-motivated, ability to work on own initiative Good interpersonal skills Have a positive approach to change and ability to manage change Positive attitude to Health & Safety Sense of Humour
GCSE Grade C or above in Maths and English (or equivalent qualification)
Training ProvidedAdult care qualification including Functional Skills in Maths and English if required