Get involved Work for us Support Worker Position available: Support Worker Salary: Currently £23,411 - £25,461 per annum inclusive of London Weighting Location: WLM The Haven, 280 Holly Park, London N4 4AQ Do you have experience of working in a residential care setting and delivering support and care in line with personal care plans? ABOUT WLM WLM’s mission is to empower positive change. WLM has been working in the community in London since 1887. We currently work in Lambeth, Southwark, Westminster and Islington providing a range of services including supported accommodation for ex-military personnel, a residential care home for men managing an addiction to alcohol, an approved premise for men coming out of prison, advice and support for people experiencing homelessness, affordable and accessible counselling in the community, and financial resilience services. WLM is a values-led organisation. Our people are the heart of what we do. We have recently embarked on developing an asset-based approach in partnership with Mayday Trust building on our work embedding recovery and psychologically informed approaches. ABOUT THE SERVICE WLM The Haven is a CQC registered care home for men managing an addiction to alcohol. It offers long-term care and accommodation, providing a stable environment using a harm-reduction approach. The primary aims of the service are to address health, wellbeing and accommodation needs of residents using a Strength and Asset-based approach. We focus on strengths not what’s wrong. Staff and volunteers encourage residents to participate in activities that are of interest to them. We also encourage residents to develop or renew positive relationships where possible with their families and the wider community. ABOUT THE ROLE The role of a Support Worker is to provide excellent person-centred care ensuring residents are treated with respect and dignity. This will involve promoting equality, diversity and resident rights, and assisting to create an effective and safe day-to-day environment. Please note you will be required to provide personal care. The role requires the ability to work a shift rota, which will include working at nights, weekends and bank holidays. In return WLM offers a competitive salary, generous annual leave (27 days on appointment, rising to 30 days after 5 years continuous service), staff benefits including interest-free season ticket loan and group personal pension plan. Please refer to the job description for additional information on the responsibilities and duties of the role. TO APPLY Please see the job description and person specifications HERE. Please download and complete the application form HERE. Please return it to [email protected]. Please also take the time to complete the Equality and Diversity Monitoring Form and return to [email protected] An Enhanced DBS certificate is required for the role. Interviews will be held as applications are submitted and before the closing date below so please apply early. The closing date for applications is midnight Wednesday 28th July. If you have any questions about the role please contact [email protected] Please ensure that all documents submitted to WLM are in either MS Word document or PDF format. If you are using the Pages application on an Apple device, you will need to change the document to one of these formats.