Together Trust Careers

Support Worker

£9.93 - £9.93 Per Hour
Stockport
England, North West England
Permanent

Community Support Worker 

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week
Pay Rate/Salary: £9.93 per hour / £19354 per annum

Are you looking to help people grow, learn new skills, live a healthy and active life? If so, why not join our team today where you can have a growing role in helping amazing people achieve their goals each day!

As part of your role as Community Support Worker, your duties will include:

  • Enable the people we support with complex learning disabilities, and/or an autism spectrum condition, to lead an independent life.
  • Providing high-quality person-centred care, tailored to the needs of each individual, based on their lifestyle.

Why work for us?

Here at together trust we believe in supporting one another to work hard but also to enjoy our jobs! We offer a great range of rewards and well-being benefits, some include:

  • 27 days annual leave rising to 30 days after 5 years of service
  • 25% hourly enhanced pay for weekend shifts worked
  • Occupational sick pay and family friendly policies
  • Long service awards including cash gifts and extra holiday
  • Mental Health First Aiders offering support from trained colleagues, and free mental health support through Able Futures
  • Support and advice for health, life, money, and work through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • Access to health plans where you can subscribe to claim towards therapy, dental etc. through Simply Health

To be considered for the role of Community Support Worker, you will need to:

  • Possess good communication, and organisational skills.
  • Have knowledge and understanding of Autism, and or learning difficulties  through person experience or work experience
  • Hold a full UK driving licence is preferable but not essential
  • Be able to work flexibly across varying shifts, including weekends on a rota basis
  • Be able to engage, listen and communicate in a variety of ways and demonstrate emotional resilience.
  • Support with elements of daily and independent care routines such as personal care, housekeeping, cooking, and cleaning, and accessing community-based services.

If you are wanting to face a new challenge, grow with a company and be apart our unique service, then apply today online or phone our friendly recruitment team on 0121 713 8321 today to get your journey started!

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