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Support Workers

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Creative Support
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From £7 to £9 per hour
Location
Reading
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Creative Support Providing Personalised Support to People in Reading

Open Day - Thursday 1st May, 11am-3pm
Come and learn more about our career and training opportunities at our Reading Office, 118 – 128 London Street, Reading RG1 4SJ

Support Workers • Full/Part-time • Autism - Ref: 7341RDP
Up to £8.30 ph, based on experience • Mental Health Recovery - Ref: 7340R

We need highly motivated people who are willing to ‘go the extra mile’ to support
adults on the autistic spectrum or with mental health needs to enjoy an active
and fulfilling lifestyle. You will be kind, attentive and responsive to individual
needs and preferences. You will have a passion for promoting active involvement and communication whilst offering respect and unconditional positive regard for the people you support. You will work creatively to promote community links, confidence and independence in daily living. We welcome applications from graduates, people with life skills and people with social care experience. Full training is provided.

To apply, visit our website now via the apply button on this page.

Closing date: 12th May 2014.

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Creative Support
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7341RDP

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Support Worker

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Richmond Fellowship
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From £15,350 to £17,180 per year + We offer great benefits, including 25 days’ holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.
Location
Macclesfield
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

As Support Worker, you will work with people with mental health problems in a supported accommodation setting, providing them with the emotional and practical assistance they need to enable them to participate in the community.

As Support Worker, your role will see you:

• Managing your own caseload of service users
• Addressing their practical and emotional needs - from helping them to find employment and training opportunities, to enabling them to grow in social confidence
• Enabling service users to live as independently as possible, helping them to develop domestic management and finance management skills, and supporting them to move back into the community where this is possible
• Carrying out in-depth assessments of service users’ needs and risks – and developing individually-tailored support plans accordingly.

This is a great opportunity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. You’ll need:

• A track record in Mental Health or related field
• Experience of supporting, empowering and engaging service users in a range of developmental, rehabilitative and community activities
• A working knowledge of the UK benefits system and experience of actively rehousing clients through the bidding system and private sector
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to work well under pressure and manage your own workload
• IT skills and the proven ability to maintain up-to-date records and systems
• Good partnership working skills
• Capacity to work flexible hours within an agreed framework (24hr/7day week shift rota).

*This position will be primarily based in the Macclesfield Supported Housing Service, however there is an expectation that you will assist in covering some of the Floating Support services in East Cheshire.

Managing more than 120 services nationwide, Richmond Fellowship provides an immensely diverse range of services to people with mental health needs.

We offer great benefits, including 25 days’ holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.

Ref: 14/94

Closing Date: 4 May 2014 Interview Date: 12 May 2014

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Support Officer

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Sporting Equals
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From £19,000 to £20,000 per year
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Sporting Equals is a national charity established to promote ethnic diversity in
sport and physical activity. To help us achieve our aims we are recruiting to the
following posts to be based in our Birmingham office, all fixed term until 31
March 2015 (with the possibility of extension):

Support Officer c.£20,000

We require an experienced Support Officer to develop and manage office
procedures and to provide support to a busy team of managers. You will
have significant experience in administration, complemented by the ability to
manage multiple tasks and deadlines and to stay calm under pressure. A selfstarter who is confident and organised with meticulous attention to detail, you will have the ability to absorb a lot of information quickly.

For an informal discussion about this post, please contact Rae Arnold by telephone.

To apply for this post, please download and complete an application pack from our website. please send your completed application form with a covering letter. We cannot accept CVs in lieu of completed application Forms.

Closing Date: Monday, 5 May 2014
Interview date: 9 May 2014.

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Rae Arnold 07775 028671
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Reference
224106856-01B
Duration
31 March 2015

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Support Worker

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From £6.44 to £8 per year
Location
Ely
Job term
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Job hours
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Support Worker



Location: Cambridgeshire (Huntingdon, Ely & Chatteris)





Rate of pay: £6.44 to £7.25 per hour Monday to Friday - Weekends £8.00 + per hour + mileage paid + Local Interviews



Description:



Experience preferred but not essential as full training will be given along with the opportunity to work towards QCF qualifications which you will need to complete whilst being employed. Due to the nature of the role, a full driving licence and own transport is essential. Applicants must also have the ability to work on their own initiative and as part of a team. Duties are to include providing support to people so that they can live in their own homes and will include at times an overnight sit.

The following will be paid for by the Company:


First Uniform
Mileage allowance
Interviews to be held locally.

Job Description:-

To implement care plans by directly providing physical, social and emotional care in the client's own home in accordance with Company Policies and Procedures.

To carry out a range of domestic duties, personal and social care duties to clients to enable them to lead as independent lifestyle as possible.
To undergo current mandatory training and annual refresher training
To read and agree to abide by the Code of Conduct as laid down by the
You will need very good Communication skills, be patient and dedicated.

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mihomecare
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CVMILT

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Support Worker

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Simplified Recruitment
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From £6.64 to £7.15 per hour
Location
Exmouth
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job Title: Support Worker

Location: Exmouth, County of Devon

Salary: £6.64 - £7.15 per Hour

Job Reference No.: 9963

You're a school leaver. You're returning to work. You're an experienced Carer or Support Worker. You've never thought about a career in care.

Whatever you've done in your life, you can make other people's lives better.

When you join our client as a Support Worker, you will provide care and support to help people with learning disabilities and other complex needs reach their full potential - and of course they'll make sure that you reach yours.

The people they support are at the heart of all they do and they are one of the leading organisations in person centred approaches and person centred thinking.

All of their staff receive training tailored to the needs of the people they support. They recognise the commitment and dedication shown by their staff and celebrate successes, both large and small, running staff member of the month schemes as well as annual national awards.

Whether you want to work full time, part time or casually; whether you have some previous experience of care or you don't, they give all of their Support Workers comprehensive training and great rewards.

From day-to-day, their Support Workers find themselves helping people go to college, take a holiday or learn to cook, or any one of a number of other activities. Quite simply, you'll be the one to make lives better and more enjoyable - and they guarantee you'll have plenty of fun along the way.

Closing Date: 30.04.2014

Interested? Please register online with your CV and covering letter.

Once you have registered your interest for this Support Worker role you will be redirected to our client's website to complete their online application form.

Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people they support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check for Regulated Activity which will include a check against both the Barred adult and children lists. They are an equal opportunities employer.

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Simplified Recruitment
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Support Worker

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Simplified Recruitment
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From £7.73 to £7.73 per hour
Location
Herefordshire
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Job Title: Support Worker

Location: Hereford, County of Herefordshire

Salary: Up to £7.73 per Hour

Job Reference No.: 9891

You are a school leaver. You are returning to work. You are an experienced Carer or Support Worker. You have never thought about a career in care.

Whatever you've done in your life, you can make other people's lives better.

When you join our client as a Support Worker, you will provide care and support to help people with learning disabilities and other complex needs reach their full potential - and of course they will make sure that you reach yours.

The people they support are at the heart of all they do and they are one of the leading organisations in person centred approaches and person centred thinking.

All of their staff receive training tailored to the needs of the people they support. They recognise the commitment and dedication shown by their staff and celebrate successes, both large and small, running staff member of the month schemes as well as annual national awards.

Whether you want to work full time, part time or casually; whether you have some previous experience of care or you don't, they give all of their Support Workers comprehensive training and great rewards.

From day-to-day, their Support Workers find themselves helping people go to college, take a holiday or learn to cook, or any one of a number of other activities. Quite simply, you'll be the one to make lives better and more enjoyable - and they guarantee you'll have plenty of fun along the way.

Closing Date: 15.04.14

Interested? Please register online with your CV and covering letter.

Once you have registered your interest for this position you will be redirected to our client's website to complete their online application form.

Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people they support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check for Regulated Activity which will include a check against both the Barred adult and children lists. They are an equal opportunities employer.

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Simplified Recruitment
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Support Worker

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Support Horizons
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From £15,470 to £15,470 per year
Location
Bracknell
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Support Workers required to join our friendly, vibrant and supportive local organisation, which really values the work our support workers do. We work with people with learning disabilities, physical difficulties, mental health issues and dementia to live the lives they want to live. We offer social care support on a one to one basis – from helping people in their own homes, to supporting people to do things in the community on a flexible and personalised basis. This role is to support a variety of customers in Bracknell, Wokingham and surrounding areas. Full training is provided and we provide regular support and supervision for our staff. Previous experience is not required, but a positive and friendly attitude is!

The role is to provide flexible and personalised social care support to clients, that encourages independence whilst ensuring the clients safety, and promoting their well-being. Part time posts are also available, please call us for more details.

As well as a competitive salary, you may also be eligible for extra pay for sleep in shifts, extra pay for bank holidays, pension scheme, and a "support worker of the month" bonus, plus the chance to have a say in the running of the company.

To discuss our roles please call us on [contact details removed]

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Tim Holland
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SW / FT

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Support Worker

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Vivico Recruitment Ltd
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From £7 to £9 per hour
Location
Kettering
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Support Worker urgently required Kettering, Northamptonshire (£7.00 - £8.50p/h) for a unique organisation specialising in providing a high standard of individualised care for people with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities and/or behaviours that challenge.

Our client provides flexible care tailored to the individual that is responsive to their changing needs. They promote independence by putting the person’s choices at the centre of their care.

As an experienced Support Worker you will provide care, support and education in both our Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire sites.

The ideal Support Worker may be required to support our day services or supported living, where ever the need arises and on ad hoc basis, working a range of shifts as and when required.

Successful Support Workers will:

- Support people with autism to experience life opportunities which promote the growth of individuals to their maximum potential.
- Support service users with the implementation of their day-to-day routines.
- Act as a keyworker for identified service users and advise on individual’s progress.
- Maintain an overall awareness of current issues in the field of autism.
- Maintain full and comprehensive records.
- Communicate effectively and sensitively, and demonstrate commitment.
- Form and maintain effective working relationships as part of a team, and work using own initiative.

This role requires you have your own vehicle and a clean licence. Ideally you will have an NVQ 2 In care but this is not essential.

If you are an experience Support Worker in Kettering,  Northampton, Milton Keynes, Wellingborough, Corby or surrounding areas, please apply now to benefit from training and development opportunities, and a competitive salary.

Vivico Recruitment Advertising are the job posting and recruitment solutions partner for small, medium and large organisations recruiting any job, anywhere in the UK. Candidates that apply will be considered by Vivico for every vacancy matching their search criteria.

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Lynda Pilkington
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Reference
LP600

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Support Worker

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Real Life Options
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From £6.78 to £6.78 per hour + Sleep-in allowance £25.68 per night
Location
Leeds
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Applicants should have good communication skills and have an awareness of issues relating to both mental health and learning disabilities. You will be involved in a wide range of support tasks that focus on daily living skills, social support, personal care, home making and leisure activities. You will be supporting adults with learning disabilities. The Staff work in a team covering a 7-day rota providing 24-hour care, which includes evenings, weekends and sleep-in duties. Successful applicants will be required to provide an enhanced disclosure, of which the expense will be met by the employer.
No qualifications necessary as we provide comprehensive training.

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HR Admin
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NE2608

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Support Worker

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Richmond Fellowship
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From £15,000 to £16,830 per year + 25 days' holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.
Location
Blackpool
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

As a Support Worker with us, you’ll help provide vital support to people with mental health needs in a supported housing setting. Our service users face unique challenges in their day-to-day lives. Join us and help them regain their self-esteem, well-being and independence.

Your role as Support Worker will see you:

• Be a keyworker to allocated service users ensuring they have up-to-date and complete support plans addressing their individual needs
• Advising on tenancy issues, welfare benefits, financial and budgeting matters
• Addressing their practical and emotional needs - from helping them to find employment, training or educational opportunities, to enabling them to grow in social confidence
• Provide housing related support to the tenants, enabling them to lead independent lives in the community
• Work closely with relevant statutory and voluntary organisations, making sure clients are referred to appropriate agencies for advice and counselling
• Develop close links with the local community, promoting a greater understanding of mental health issues
• Ensure the premises are in a good condition and health and safety regulations are adhered to at all times.

This is a great opportunity to join a team that’s professional, committed and passionate about making a difference to those most in need of our help. You’ll need:

• A track record in Mental Health or related field
• Experience of supporting, empowering and engaging service users in a range of developmental, rehabilitative and community activities
• Able to identify and co-ordinate a range of services to meet individual needs
• Ability to work well under pressure and manage your own workload
• Admin know-how, with the proven ability to maintain up-to-date records and systems
• Good partnership working skills
• A flexible, positive approach and excellent communication skills.

The successful candidate will be required to work across our Blackpool services as necessary.

Managing more than 120 services nationwide, Richmond Fellowship provides an immensely diverse range of services to people with mental health needs.

We offer great benefits, including 25 days’ holiday per year, contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers.

Ref: 14/91

Closing date: 29 April 2014

Interview Date: 8 May 2014

Mental Health doesn’t discriminate - neither do we

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