Nottinghamshire is an exciting place to work and there are lots of opportunities to get involved in new initiatives to improve how we do things.
Our staff have a comprehensive induction programme, access to training, and other professional development opportunities to enable them to fulfil their role, raise their competency level and progress their career. We offer a wide range of flexible and family-friendly working arrangements designed to create a positive workplace.
Find out more about how we provide Adult Social Care services in Nottinghamshire by watching our video and reading our Adult Social Care Strategy.
The Talent Bank provides a route to apply or register an interest to be recruited onto our Supply Register and Departmental Relief Register.
You will carry out visits to introduce the Reablement Service, assess risks, plan goals and provide support to enable people to increase their independence and wellbeing.
Supporting young adults with learning disabilities with personal care and social activities.
Occupational therapists are responsible for ensuring the appropriate advice, information and support is given to adults and their families, according to their assessed needs.
Qualified social workers carry out assessments for adults (aged 18 and over) with a learning disability, physical disability, mental health needs as well as older people.
You will work alongside both Social Workers and Occupational Therapists to undertake reviews or assessments that help people to improve their independence and wellbeing
Personal Assistants (PAs) are employed to help people who need social care and health or health care support. This could be either because of their age or disability and can enable them to live as independently as possible in their home.
Shared Lives carers share their home and community life with individuals. This can range from just a few hours a week, to long-term, live-in arrangements.
Most people who are cared for at home are older people, but we also support adults over 18 who have mild learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health needs.
A rewarding role supporting people to be independent in their own homes so they can do as much as they can for themselves.
As a care professional working in a care home, you will be providing care and support to the people who live there and making a difference to their everyday lives.
As a Support Worker you will provide younger adults (under 65) with emotional, practical and physical help to promote their independence so they can completely fulfilled lives in their own homes.
Working with people in their own homes and local communities.
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