A vacancy has arisen for a permanent Waking Night Officer to be based within our residential home for adults with autism in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Although this will be your base unit, there may be times when you are required to work in other areas of service.
The Waking Night Officer will be responsible for the welfare and security of the service users and building through the night. The successful applicant will need to liaise with care staff and also contact the on-call manager during the night should the necessity occur.
There will also be a responsibility for laundry work, general caretaking duties, cleaning and domestic duties. The night officer will also have a responsibility to assist in the preparation of breakfast.
This position is based within a residential setting for adults with autism. Experience in working with people with autism or learning disabilities would be an advantage.
Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer; please note we welcome applications from anyone interested in this or any of our other positions which can be found on our website.
To apply please follow one of the options below:
- Download an electronic application form and relevant job description (see links below)
- Request the application details by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call us on 01909 506678.
Please quote ref number ‘WNOWG2’ on any correspondence relating to this vacancy
Closing date for completed applications is: 8th June 2017 at noon
Interviews to take place: 15th June 2017
Applicants are asked to ensure that they will be available on this date as unfortunately no further interview dates are available.
CV’S WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AS A FORM OF APPLICATION. ONLY COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS WILL BE CONSIDERED AT THE POINT OF SHORTLISTING.
Please note successful applicants will be subject to An Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check at a cost to the individual.
Autism East Midlands is an equal opportunities employer.
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