Waking Night Support Worker
Location: Earls' Court, United Kingdom
Turning Point supports people with mental health issues across United Kingdom. As a Recovery Worker, you'll make a real difference to their lives as you introduce them to the personal, flexible and realistic support they need to improve the quality of their lives in their communities.
If you are passionate about supporting people, you'll enjoy the scope and support to enhance your own life and career too, as you gain the experience, training and education you will progress your career with us.
The Waking Night Support Worker is responsible for providing guidance, support and engagement to our service users throughout the night, promoting independence and choice where possible and appropriate. Our Waking Night Support Workers must remain awake and vigilant throughout their night shift therefore this position is not suitable for anyone who has a day job or who otherwise cannot stay awake at night.
At Linden House we provide support to adults with mental health problems and complex needs, including people affected by drug and alcohol misuse. We offer high quality support, to help people take control, improve the quality of their lives and face the future with confidence. No matter how complex a person's needs, whether they've tried support services or not in the past, we can provide person-centered support that helps individuals decrease isolation, increase independence, learn new skills, integrate into the community and make the most of every new opportunity.