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Care & Learning Support Assistant (Adults / Children)
St Elizabeth’s is situated in 68 acres of Hertfordshire parkland between Harlow and Bishop’s Stortford. We support people with Epilepsy and other complex needs from the age of 5 through to 78 in our Children’s Home, School, College, Residential Homes with nursing and Day Centre. Over 150 adults and children call St Elizabeth’s their home making us an inspirational place to do great work.
Position: Care & Learning Support Assistant
Location: Much Hadham, Hertfordshire
Job type: Full Time, Permanent
Hours: Full time, part time, casual and weekend positions available
Salary: £16,466 to £20,643 per annum (£8.44 to £10.59 per hour) plus weekend enhancements and overtime opportunities
Benefits: We offer a mixture of early and late shifts, weekends, and night positions across our full- time, part-time and casual roles and an excellent range of staff benefits including: opportunities to pursue recognised qualifications, fabulous staff development fully funded for you by the Centre, free on-site parking, subsidised restaurant, High Street retail / leisure discounts, generous holidays, discounted gym membership, free life assurance
About the role:
Are you fed up with your 9-5 routine? Looking for an exciting new challenge? Want to end your day with the satisfaction that you made a positive impact on someone else’s life?
You don’t need experience in care to join us – but you do need to be dedicated, caring and passionate about people. Our on-site training team will support you to achieve recognised qualifications in Care or teaching support (STLiS). If you’re an excellent communicator with the desire, resilience, patience and motivation to support others we can offer you an incredibly rewarding role.
We have a range of roles available in our Children’s Home, College and Adult Home all of which support our people to live their lives as independently as possible in our well-equipped on site bungalows. Our teams also assist with leisure activities such as horse-riding and swimming, alongside general domestic duties and personal care. We also offer roles which support our adult learners to set objectives, record progress and celebrate milestones in our College.
You may have experience of the following: Care & Learning Support Assistant, Learning Support Assistant, Teaching Assistant, Youth Worker, Special Education Needs, Social Worker, Learning Support, PGCE, Mentor, Tutor, Teacher, LSA, Special Needs, SEN, Support Worker, Teaching etc.