To support the wellbeing of residents and to encourage harmonious living through strong communication, building residents' trust and supporting them in social events and activities.
Responsibilities include regular communication with residents in groups and individually; listening to residents' needs, concerns and requests; supporting community groups and events (with an events budget); and monitoring the social and health care needs of frailer residents, smoothing their path to living elsewhere when the resident can no longer maintain independent living.
No formal qualifications are required. Substantial experience of pastoral care with older people, and knowledge of services available to them, are essential.
Candidates should have good interpersonal skills, including listening and empathy, and will be able to work pro-activly and successfully on their own or as part of a team.
Post subject to an enhanced DBS check.
Residents' Support Officer
£14-£16 per hour (negotiable)
40 hours per month (actual hours flexible)
Part-time. For 6 to 12 months initially.
Newbridge Hill, Bath. Some working from home possible.
Friday, 4 August 2023