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Mental Health Support Worker
Residential Social Worker (unqualified)
From August 2003
SMBC present (Services restructure in 2009 to
Adults & Communities Supported Living Team-Support Worker)
43 Parsonge Road
Heaton Moor Salary and Benefits
Stockport 30 hrs per week-7 day rota/unsociable hrs
SK4 4JW £21,950 per Year
Additional £37 per On Call shift
Essential Car User Allowance-£85 mth
Mileage and Expenses
Option of Company Car
27 Days A/L Plus Double Pay and Toil for Bank Holiday Working.
(Actual Salary and Benefits)
Supporting adults who have a diagnosis of severe and enduring mental health needs. Developing and maintaining daily living skills such as (but not exhaustive) development of domestic skills, effective budgeting and self management of finances. Establishing and maintaining meaningful and fulfilling Social structure. Identification and support for training, Education and employment interests and maintaining positive mental Health and wellbeing. Effective person centred approach to realistic goal setting and progress monitoring working with the STAR tool, time lines, WRAP and continues reviews and assessment. Initial assessment of service suitability, discussing in detail potential new clients in team meetings. Writing and chairing reviews a and discharge planning meetings. Self directed payment assessment, application and management. Supported people fund assessment, application and management. Risk assessment and contingency planning. Assessment, recommendation, implementation and management of financial apointeship through client finance. Ordering and dispensing medication and keeping accurate records in relation to this. Advocacy, supporting family and carers, accurte record keeping, working within company and legal policies such s confidentiality, data protection and lone working. Ordering supplies and other through the PECOS ordering system. The completion of staff rota's and monitoring of annual leave and sickness records. General office duties. Identifying and applying for appropriate...
From August 2003
Manchester Salary and Benefits
21 Hours per Week
£6.00 per Hour Approximately
£18 per Sleep in Duty
To support adults with a diagnosis of enduring mental health needs to maintain mainstream tenancies. To support clients with a range of independent living skills such as cleaning, cooking, shopping, monitoring medication ordering and compliance, attending CPA/Psychiatry/consultant etc meetings and updating involved services as to any issues or concerns they may be. Keeping accurate case notes and personal information in line with policies such s confidentiality and data protection. General office duties and attending training identified and applied for by the line manager.
Employer Employment Dates Job Title/Salary
Community Support Worker
From September 2002
21 Worsley Coppice
From July 2001
Worsley Salary and Benefits
Manchester 25 Hours per Week
£110 per Week Net Pay
10 Days annual leave Per Year
Nanny for three boys aged between 6 months old and 4 years old. To plan and deliver age appropriate activities to enhance the children's physical, intellectual, language, emotional and social development. To ensure a safe and stimulating environment for the boys to enjoy and to learn through play. To promote good manners and discipline both in the home and outside. To plan and cook healthy meals and snacks for the boys. To introduce positive behavioural tools such as star charts and rewards systems and to deliver these in a beneficial and consistent manner. To introduce consequence systems such as the step of silence and happy hands/sad hands and to deliver these consistently and with appropriate explanation before and afterwards. To verbally report summaries, incidents and achievements to mum at the end of the day. To help with the cleaning of the house. To open and sort the daily post and to monitor and purchace materials needed for activities and meals/snacks.
Employer Employment dates Job title/salary
Nanny & Personal Assistant
Mrs. J Giggs
From December 1999
From January 1999
Salford December 2001
Manchester Salary and Benefits
16 hours per week
£6.50 per hour
Tips plus meals on shift
Front of house duties. Taking bookings face to face and via the telephone. Seating plans. Welcoming people to the restaurant and seating their parties. Serving drinks from the bar. Taking food orders and special requirements. Entering orders onto the electronic system. Collecting and serving food. Management of designated eating areas as well as re-setting the tables. Preparing bills and processing payments. Dealing with customer queries and complaints. End of night duties.
Qualifications & Certifications
Hulton High School
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