The Trust is seeking agile, collaborative, and resilient individuals to support the learning and wellbeing of people of all ages with a wide range of individualised support needs, ensuring the highest quality of care.
You will assist with the planning and delivery of a range of activities that support the achievement of personalised learning goals and developmental and wellbeing outcomes. Key responsibilities of this role include supporting learning and wellbeing through person centred planning and delivery of a programme of activities and the development of skills, ensuring that the dignity and welfare of those who use our services is maintained at all times and working proactively to support and develop positive behaviour attitudes and improved self-esteem.
You will bring to the role prior experience of experience of working with children, young people and /or adults with neurodiversities and individualised needs. A professional qualification in Additional Support Needs or equivalent would be advantageous and you must have a demonstrable commitment to your own continuous development.
A calm and empathetic approach is essential along a flexible attitude and ability to respond positively to the needs of those who use our services.