LDN London (Learning Disability Network London) is a charitable organization with over 60 years of expertise assisting London residents with learning disabilities. They assist individuals with learning disabilities in living secure, fulfilling, and dignified lives in supported housing or their own homes.
Working with them means that every day will be different, and you will be part of a team assisting some of the most vulnerable members of society. You will share in their happiness, victories, defeats, frustrations, sadness, and laughter. However, most of all you will be there to provide the necessary assistance to make a life, a life worth living, with access to everything life has to offer, just like everyone else.
Offer an extensive array of employee benefits, including:
- up to 38 days of vacation (including bank holidays)
- Chances to accrue additional annual leave
- Travel loan scheme
- Beneficial contributory pension plan
- High quality support and oversight
- Extensive gratis instruction
- Access to qualifications
- Employee assistance programme
- Opportunities to work overtime
- Easy application and recruitment procedure
- Free DBS check and update service membership
- Flexible working opportunities
Their current vacancies:
Support Worker Job Details
Hours: \sFull time – (37.5 hours on a rota basis – Mon-Sun) (37.5 hours on a rota basis – Mon-Sun)
Temporary Work – (You choose your working hours)
Support Staff: £11.54 per hour or $22,500 per year (overtime: $13.00 per hour)
Temporary Employee Hourly Rate: £13.00
What is the nature of Support Work?
As a support worker, you will assist individuals with learning impairments in living secure, fulfilling, and dignified lives in supported housing or their own homes. They have vacant opportunities in a range of services in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden, and Islington.
Assistant Respite Director
They require competent, devoted, and experienced employees that desire to work in a difficult, gratifying, and exciting service. You will have the opportunity to develop your potential, acquire new skills, and make a genuine and positive difference in the lives of respite users, their families, and caregivers. Among the problems are the frequent and short-notice turnover of persons they help, who are frequently in crisis themselves; the support of new and emergent needs; and the provision of specialized support for those exhibiting concerning behaviors.
They want individuals who are able to assist guests in enjoying a pleasant vacation while engaging in risk-managed activities and then returning to their homes till the next time they are guests.
Assistant Team Leader for the Night
Regarding the position, the organization seeks a candidate with exceptional organizational and communication abilities, as well as the ability to lead under pressure and deliver a high level of service.
Piper House is a service for seven persons with PMLD and autism who require assisted living. Applicants must have expertise working with people who have Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Autism, or PMLD (profound & multiple disabilities).
Are you seeking a new obstacle? Do you have experience working with individuals with Learning Disabilities or Mental Health requirements? Are you searching for a promotion or professional advancement? LDN London has the position you’re looking for!
Visit ldnlondon.org for job-related and learning disability support related information.