Due to a growth of 56% over the last 3 years, we are looking for Support Workers to join our clients fantastic team. They have a range of varied roles available including, full time, part time, nights and relief (bank work)
Position: Support Worker
Location: Milton, Cambridgeshire
Hours: Various including full-time, part-time, nights and relief (bank work)
Salary: £9.09 - £9.36 per hour
Benefits: 22 days paid holiday per year - plus bank holidays, Support to gain recognised qualifications (including NVQ’s, Care Certificate), Cycle to work scheme, Managers on site, Career progression opportunities, Company Pension scheme, Staff Referral Scheme, BUPA Employee Assistance Programme, Reduced gym membership, Monthly and Annual Employee Awards
Our client has been proudly supporting people across the East of England with learning disabilities for over seventy years. Dedicated to their Values, ‘Commitment’, ‘Collaboration’ and ‘Positive Interactions’, they use these to shape and develop their services and create a positive working environment, with the people they support at the heart of everything they do.
The Support Workers provide a person-centred approach to empower people with a learning disability. They create and promote the organisations positive ethos. As a Support Worker, you will be responsible for making a difference to people’s lives every day. This may be helping with essential day to day tasks like shopping or personal care or it could be engaging in activities in the local community. They ask for their team to be creative in coming up with exciting ways for the people they support to enjoy new activities that interest them.
As an organisation, they believe that a good Support Worker doesn’t need to always have the experience behind them. It’s all about having the right attitude and a natural energy for helping others. They also know that many of their current workforce came from a range of different fields such as retail and admin. They do not ask for set qualifications to start you on your journey, as long as you have a passion for making a difference, then they will give you all the tools you will need to excel and start a fulfilling career.
You can work somewhere that views their staff as incredible, which is why they nurture and value them by offering excellent rates of pay along with flexible working and overtime opportunities, together with the satisfaction of working for a charity. You can come into work knowing you are changing someone’s life and in return, they’ll help you by offering a fully comprehensive training package and developing your skills so that you can be the best you can be. Apply today to get the ball rolling… they can't wait to hear from you!
About the Organisation
Our client has been proudly supporting people across the East of England with learning disabilities for over seventy years. They work to provide lifelong opportunities and create positive lifestyles for people to be equal and active members of the community. With support, people with a learning or physical disability, complex needs, acquired brain injury or autism can choose how and where they want to live.
You may also have experience in areas such as Care Worker, Support Worker, Carer, Support, Social Care.