We look for individuals who have or are near to completing a degree in Psychology, Nursing, or other related fields. We are also welcoming applications from other Health and Social Care Professions who are looking to widen their experience in the Neurological and Brain Injury field.

 

Experience of working with individuals with brain injuries or neurological disorders is an advantage but not essential as training will be provided. You will be required to undergo an Enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Check before commencement of employment. A full UK Driving licence is desired but not essential. You will be required to perform a variety of tasks in and around the client’s home and community in this varied role.

If you feel you possess the skills and qualifications required please send your CV and covering letter to info@aicsgroup.co.uk

Full and part time positions available.

Latest Opportunities

    Rehabilitation Support Worker

    Streatham

    London
    Posted: May 13, 2021
    Suparna
    suparna@aicsgroup.co.uk
    +44 (0) 207 183 8514

    £11.00 - £13.00 / Hour
    Streatham

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    The AICS Group specialises in providing community-based rehabilitation and support to clients who suffered from a brain injury.

    AICS Group is looking for a Rehabilitation Support Worker to work with our client who lives in Streatham. This role provides immense job satisfaction within a busy and varied environment, working with a range of health and social care professionals.

    We are looking for individuals who have the experience, heart, empathy, and dedication to support families with their loved one’s rehabilitation and everyday care needs. They would be providing this whilst assisting their Clients to work toward increased independence. We are looking for experienced individuals who can make a positive impact and are keen to develop their skills further whilst assisting their Clients to reach their full potential.

    ABOUT THE ROLE

    Client: The client suffered from a Brain Injury, therefore Cognitive rehabilitation needed and someone who can motivate.  

    -supporting client to complete weekly schedule

    -support in independent living

    -taking him in community

    Therefore, looking for Rehabilitation Support Workers who can work:

    Shift times 24 hrs (Sleep-in) Flexible

    Monday to Friday (09:00 am start on Monday to 09:00 am on Friday

    or

    Monday to Sunday- 12 hrs each day

    We are looking for individuals with a professional attitude who have experience working in family environments and supporting with day to daycare needs and some domestic tasks associated with the Client.

    MUST BE A DRIVER.

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential Skills:

    Minimum 1 Year of experience in health and social care, preferably with adults or children who have a brain injury, Basic understanding of cognitive and physical impairment, Demonstrate the ability to relate respectfully to people with physical disabilities, Good verbal and written communication skills, ability to liaise with other professionals daily

    Desirable Skills:

    Current and clean drivers license, Experience of providing care to people living in the community

    Rewards what you get in addition:

    Flexible working days, Full time and part-time roles, Competitive pay rates, Mandatory Training (T&C), Brain Injury Training, We offer training based on clients' needs and requirements.

    Female Support Worker

    Female Support Worker

    Essex
    Posted: April 16, 2021
    Suparna
    suparna@aicsgroup.co.uk
    +44 (0) 207 183 8514

    £27K - £29K / Hour
    Romford

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    The AICS Group specialises in providing community-based rehabilitation and support to clients who suffered from a brain injury.

    AICS Group is looking for a Female Support Worker to work with our Female client who lives in Romford. This role provides immense job satisfaction within a busy and varied environment, working with a range of health and social care professionals.

    ABOUT THE ROLE

    Client: Our client sustained an Acquired Brain Injury in 2010, and presents with complex needs.

    It would be preferable for the ideal candidate to have experience in working with Brain Injury and/ or clients who have sustained a neurological injury such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and /or has worked within an educational setting as a teaching assistant. Any Support worker will need to be flexible, committed, energetic, motivated, and able to work as part of a multidisciplinary team with a range of skilled professionals and family.

    The shift pattern is from 8am to 8pm or 8am to 10pm 7 days a week but may change in line with the client’s needs.

    Saturday and Sunday= Day shift: 08:00 am to 8 pm or 8 am to 10 pm 

    Tuesday, Wednesday and Thrsday= Night Shift: 08:00 pm to 8:00 am or 10 pm to 8 am

    Need to be a Driver

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential Skills:

    Minimum 1 year of experience in health and social care, preferably with adults or children who have sustained a brain injury, basic understanding of cognitive, emotional and physical impairment, demonstrate ability to relate respectfully to people with physical disabilities, Excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to liaise with other professionals daily, good planning, organisational, and problem solving skills and be able to use initiative in a range of situations, ability to take a person centred approach, experience in medication administration, personal care and manual handling.

    Ability to think outside the box, facilitate ongoing, age-appropriate activities, learning and support to client in their home and in the community.

    Desirable Skills:

    Current and clean UK driver’s license, experience of providing care to people living in the community

    Rewards what you get in addition:

    Flexible working days, Full time and part-time roles, Competitive pay rates, Mandatory Training (T&C), Brain Injury Training, we offer training based on clients’ needs and requirements

    Female Support Worker- Wake-In night

    Female Support Worker- Wake-In night

    London
    Posted: April 16, 2021
    Suparna
    suparna@aicsgroup.co.uk
    +44 (0) 207 183 8514

    £11.00 - £13.00 / Hour
    Ealing

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    The AICS Group specialises in providing community-based rehabilitation and support to clients who suffered from a brain injury.

    AICS Group is looking for a strong Female Support Worker to work with our Male client who lives in Ealing. This role provides immense job satisfaction within a busy and varied environment, working with a range of health and social care professionals.

    ABOUT THE ROLE

    Client: Our Client got cerebral palsy. He can walk in a walking frame for a few minutes and have mobility issues. He needs assistance in all aspects of personal care. Female Support Worker need to have an experience working with children with ABI or atypical development and experience working with clients with seizures

    Initially, looking for Rehabilitation Support Worker who can work:

    Monday – Sunday, waking nights only, 21:30 – 08:00
    The priority is to find support for the above-mentioned hours on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights.

    PERSON SPECIFICATION

    Essential Skills:

    •Minimum 1-year experience in health and social care, preferably with adults or children who have a brain injury, •Basic understanding of cognitive and physical impairment, •Demonstrate the ability to relate respectfully to people with physical disabilities, •Good verbal and written communication skills and ability to liaise with other professionals daily.

    Desirable Skills:

    •Current and clean drivers license, •Experience of providing care to people living in the community

    Rewards what you get also:

    • Flexible working days, • Full time and part-time roles,• Competitive pay rates,• Mandatory Training (T&C),• Brain Injury Training,• We offer training based on clients need and requirements

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