Night Support Worker - NW London
Beam ABA Services support individuals with complex behavioural needs including individuals diagnosed with developmental disability and learning disability. We provide support in service user homes, local community, and educational placement as appropriate. We are rated OUTSTANDING by the Care Quality commission. We are currently recruiting for staff in London to work night sessions. Shift times are approximately 9pm-9am. You will be fully supervised and should be available to work 1-3 nights a week. You should be available for afternoon and evening shadow/overlap sessions in your first few weeks. Whilst the sessions are waking night sessions, there are opportunities to sleep if the service user sleeps. You would be working as part of a team providing ongoing and consistent support to allocated service users. BEAM do not use any agency staff - all staff on a team are consistent and trained.We also offer globally-recognised, industry-accredited training and support to give you the confidence and skills necessary to help make a significant positive difference to the lives of young people. If you have been working as a support worker but not given opportunities to grow and develop with qualifications and training, this may be an ideal role for you. We require all Beam staff to adhere to our Code of Conduct.Requirements To support individuals with behavioural difficulties during the night - these are waking night shifts but the role holder can sleep when the service user sleeps. To assist in the implementation of person centred programs utilising ABA and PBS best practice To monitor and take accurate data daily per service users' targets To assist service user with self-help skills including personal care and hygiene needs (e.g., toileting, nappy changing, feeding, and medication) as required. To model best practice and professionalism at all times Enable service user to improve self-management techniques To attend mandatory trainings, team meetings, and line management meetings To promote safeguarding and wellbeing for service users to the highest standard To implement restrictive techniques per service users' positive handling plan as required Other duties as required Required qualifications and skills Five GCSE's or equivalent Good spoken and written English language skills Experience working with special needs population - including night work. Preferred qualifications Undergraduate Degree in Psychology, Counselling, Social Work, or related field Experience utilising ABA/PBS methodology Clean driving license Benefits 25 days paid holiday per year pro-rata. Full training provided. Internationally accredited Registered Behaviour Technician training offered FREE following successful completion of 3-month probation period. Discretionary contribution toward professional accreditation. All staff receive an iPhone for data input, professional correspondence, and team collaboration. Refer a friend scheme in place Team member of the month award Paid at an hourly rate of £11-£14 depending on qualifications and experience. Salary equivalent £17,160-£21,840 based on 30 hour working week - overtime hours available.
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