Purpose of the role
An intervenor is someone who has been specifically trained to work with deafblind / multi-sensory impaired young people and their families. The development of strong relationships with key staff will be vital for the clients well-being and progress. Key people working with the client in the role of an intervenor/s have very positive benefits for her, providing support in the home and wider community and giving her the security she needs to access information, communicate and move around her environment.
An intervenor acts as the eyes and ears of the deafblind person, providing individual support to enable effective communication and the reception of clear information. The intervenor enables the deafblind person to take full advantage of learning and social experiences thereby allowing fuller access to the environment. The intervenor works towards an independent level of functioning with appropriate support.
General Work Duties
You will be required to assist the client in the tasks below:
Hours of Work:
Full time hours of 37.5 job share considered
£17.00 per hour Mon-Fri 7am to 10pm
£18.50 per hour Sat and Sun 7am to 10pm
£8.21 per hour for sleep in shift 10pm to 7am
For more information please call 01246 520038 or please apply online