Day Butterfly (Dementia) Support Worker, Haviland House - Bank As this is a role that involves directly caring for our vulnerable clients, residents, and family members, you will need to provide evidence that you have been vaccinated against Covid, before starting your new role as per our company policy. A copy of the policy can be made available to you upon request. For new recruits, we will now ask at both application and interview stage whether you have had or would be willing to have the vaccine. You will feel like part of a family when you join us as a Butterfly Support Worker at Haviland House. You will provide person-centred support for our residents that requires empathy and compassion, respecting that feelings matter the most. Our approach is all about making Haviland House a home for life and making it a calming and comfortable environment for our residents which also means that staff no longer wear uniforms or adhere to strict routines. Our staff are trained to nurture people within this safe and comfortable home. At Haviland House, where residents are referred to as ‘family members’, we have removed the feelings of 'us and them' to create a family home environment and to build quality relationships. Our commitment is to provide a person-centered approach and therefore minimising neutral care. We never take a ‘one size fits all’ approach and provide care in a way that values each individual’s likes and dislikes. About out Haviland House nursing home Haviland House is a specialist dementia care home, purpose built in 2015 to fulfil the needs of residents living with different stages of dementia. Our key focus is providing a truly person-centred approach. It is important that Haviland House feels like a real home, so we have created an environment in which our residents are happy, independent and confident. In 2019 Haviland House was a ‘Best Dementia Care Home’ finalist in the National Dementia Care Awards and the home’s Health & Wellbeing Coordinator won the National Activity Providers Association’s ‘Best Activity Coordinator’ award. Benefits of working at Guild Care When you join our team, we will discuss with you what’s on offer and your career aspirations. You will meet our friendly, supportive Learning and Development Team and join our in-house trainers in our fantastic training facilities. Job description You don't need a background in care to apply; we take account of a person’s potential rather than their current skills. When applying please give examples to demonstrate how you would make a positive difference to a person's life by contributing to their health, happiness and well being. You can find the full job description here. Pay £9.15 - £10.34 per hour depending on experience and shifts worked Hours Bank (as and when) hours available Shifts 8am-2pm, 2pm-8pm, 8am-8pm Job reference 1924 Get in touch For further information please email [email protected] or call our Recruitment Team on 01903 863154. How to apply Please complete the short online application and email your current CV to [email protected] or call the recruitment team on 01903 863154. Please note that due to the high volume of applicants we receive, we are not able to respond to you individually. Therefore, if you are successful you will hear from us within three weeks.