Support Worker Job Role

You will be supporting vulnerable people with many aspects of their day-to-day living, helping them to take care of themselves and live a fulfilled life. Different people will need support for different reasons. For instance, they may have mental health needs, learning disabilities, medical conditions or physical disabilities.

As a support worker, you could be working in people’s homes, in the community or in health and social care settings, and may help them with tasks such as mobility, eating and drinking, or personal care.

The career prospects are good with lots of opportunities to progress your career into more senior roles, such as team leader or service manager, or a different specialism, such as autism or mental health.

Support workers are a crucial part of providing care to some of the most vulnerable in society and assisting towards improving their quality of life.

Some of the main responsibilities of a support worker role includes:

– Providing physical support with household tasks and personal care

– Supporting individuals with healthcare needs, for example undertaking routine checks and administering medication

– Supporting individuals with the personal development of skills, through hobbies, interests and integration with the community

– Educating individuals with lifeskills, such as reading, writing, communication skills, finance/budgeting skills, IT skills etc

– Communicating with Health and Social Care Professionals to ensure needs are met

So why not join us? A well established, innovative and professionally run service – where rewards are seen in the differences you are making in someones life. Supporting them to become independent and that feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction through the achievements of genuine compassionate care.

Although it can be challenging at times, it’s a great job for variation and interacting with others – creating and sharing new experiences each day.


Project Leader Job Role

The Quality and Compliance manager is responsible for the implementation of internal periodic review and quality audits within Integra Supported Housings services, to ensure the CQC Fundamental Standards and KLOEs are being practiced and met within each service, promoting good working practice from all support staff and management that ensure the person using services is at the centre of all service delivery.

Project Manager Job Role

Integra Supported Housing is a progressive, forward thinking organisation that provides person centred support to individuals with autism, learning disabilities and/or underlying mental health conditions. Based in the West Midlands, Integra Supported Housing offers a wide range of services including, Domiciliary Care Services, Community Support and Re-Enablement Support, Supported Living and Short Breaks.

The Team Manager is responsible for the day to day running of their allocated service as delegated by the Operations Manager ensuring that the service is well led, effective, safe, responsive and caring. managing and supporting workers so they can perform their roles safely and to the best of their ability

Supporting the Registered Manager to run your workplace according to standards and legislation by acting as a positive role model to colleagues.

You will be developing care plans that outline what care and support individuals needs.

Leading team meetings and doing inductions, supervisions and appraisals

Working in partnership with other professionals to ensure individuals get the support they need.

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