Full Time, Part Time and Relief Support Worker
Job Title: Full Time, Part Time and Relief Support Worker
Locations: Cowley Headington and Kidlington
Salary: Full Time and Part Time - £8.15 per Hour, Relief - £7.91 per Hour
Job Reference No.: B/O-002168
Do you want variety and fulfillment from your job? Would you like no two days to be the same? Would you like to get paid to do the things you enjoy?
Working as a Support Worker can not only offer you that, but also extensive accredited training and genuine opportunities for career progression. Whether you have previously worked within Health & Social Care as Support Worker or Care Assistant, or are looking for a complete change of career, our client believes that everyone has something to offer, and that life skills, the right attitude, values and genuine desire to help people improve their lives are the most important characteristic of a Support Worker.
Due to growth, our client has a range of full time, part time and relief positions available within Oxfordshire and will offer you a guaranteed interview for you to find out more about whether this is the right career choice for you! Are you ready for the challenge?
Three open days are being held on 4th, 17th and 30th July. Starting at 10:00am; to secure a guaranteed interview on any of these days, please apply online with your CV and covering letter now!
What would working as a Support Worker involve?
They provide Supported Living services and Day Services which means you are not driving from one person’s home to another. You will have a primary base of work and will be matched to people to ensure there is compatibility. Day Services are Monday - Friday with no night working involved, whereas Supported Living services operate 24/7 and will include early, late, weekends and night shifts.
All services are easily accessible by public transport with car parking also available.
Working as part of a team providing active support to adults with learning disability or autism which is individual to their needs.
Supporting people to develop life skills such as cooking, cleaning, shopping, finances, accessing education or work opportunities, support to medical appointments, trips to the cinema, theatre, day trips, etc.
Each person is different and your role is to help them to live their lives to the full by working from a support plan which will help them achieve their goals, no matter how small or adventurous.
In return they can offer you a range of benefits including excellent training and opportunities for future development, access to an occupational pension scheme, up to 28 days annual leave, sick pay and confidential counseling service and discounts on high street shopping through their rewarding system.
Positive about Disabled People:
As a commitment to supporting disabled applicants and employees, the charity have been awarded the Positive about Disabled People symbol by Jobcentre Plus.
When you apply they will ask if you have a disability to make sure the application process is fair to people who have a disability.
They will interview any person who declares they have a disability who meets the essential criteria for the job they are applying for.
Please apply online with your CV and covering letter.
Please check your email for confirmation that your application has been received and to follow further instructions if applicable.