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Support Worker

Salary: £10.00 - 13.55 per hour
Location: Wiltshire
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REF: JR456
Job Published: 12 days ago
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Job Description

***Required: A new Support Worker to work for my client***

 

If you've got demonstrable experience of support work then you could be exactly what they're looking for.

 

Interested? Then read on...

 

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Tell me more about the role...

You will be primarily responsible for supporting vulnerable individuals.

 

You'll report to the Support Worker and will be specifically tasked with promoting independence and general everyday needs.

 

The standard working hours for this role are 08:00-15:00, 15:00-22:00 and 22:00-07:00.

 

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What experience do I need?

My client wants someone who's got experience of support work.

 

They'll also need you to have experience of:

- Manual handling

- Supporting vulnerable adults within their daily lives

- Promoting independency

 

In addition, it's essential that you possess the following:

- An in date enhanced DBS certificate

- 2 references from care background

- 3 months experience

- Mandatory training courses

 

If you've got all of that, then you could be perfect for this Support Worker role and we'd love to see your CV.

 

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What can I earn?

This Support Worker position offers a basic salary between £10.20 - £13.55 per annum depending on experience.

 

In addition you'll get other benefits which include the following: 

- On-site training

- Pension scheme

- Weekly pay

- Holiday pay

- Referral scheme

 

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Tell me a bit about the hiring company...

The business you'll be working for is a company who provide Support Workers and carers.

 

They're a company that people want to work for because they provide 24-7 support and take care of their employees.

 

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Is there anything else I should know?

This is initially a temporary, part-time role working 20 hours per week, but there is the potential for the role to become permanent in the future.

 

In this position you'll be required to work some weekends and occasionally work some shifts in unsociable hours. Full details of how this will work will be revealed at interview.

 

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Think you've got what it takes?

 

If you think you're the perfect fit for this Support Worker role, then click the 'Apply Now' button, send us your CV and we'll consider you for the first round of interviews.

 

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You could be right for this Support Worker position if you've previously worked as any of the following: Care Worker, Healthcare Worker, Night Shift Worker, Support Worker, Residential Care or as a Care Assistant.

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