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Thank you for taking a look at our job page, we welcome your questions about any of our advertised roles, our recruitment process or even if you just need some clarification, we are more than happy to take a call from you after all, whilst our clients are our bread and butter, you - our candidates - are the filling that brings everything together!

Our jobs may be for a specific gender, this is a genuine occupational requirement and is stated in accordance to the Equality Act 2010, paragraph 1, schedule 9. We encourage applications from individuals regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs, sexual orientation, pregnancy/maternity, disability and marital status, a criminal conviction may not necessarily prevent employment.

Our posts require an enhanced DBS certificate, our client will apply and pay for one on your behalf if you do not hold this certificate.

 

Our clients operate a non-smoking working environment, at all times.

Please note: Confirmation of experience will be taken from you CVs so full details of previous employment needs to be given however, no approach for references will be made until interview stage. All candidates must have the Right to Work in the UK. We cannot unfortunately, offer sponsorship for any of our roles.

We are constantly adding to our jobs page so don't forget to check back regularly or share our website with anyone that you feel would be an asset to the Care Sector. We currently have roles in the following postcodes, details of which can be found below:

Littlehampton - BN16, Ditchling - BN6,  Silverton - EX5, Alton - GU34,  Kensington, London - W14, Bracknell - RG42, Uckfield - TN22, Maidenhead - SL6

Support Worker (FEMALE) – Bank Support Worker, Uckfield, TN22

 

Ref CC/ABC

 

Send your CV, quoting reference, to apply

 

Spending time with his family, being outdoors enjoying nature and being with animals (especially his pet Labrador) is what our delightful 15-year old client loves to do best. C is looking for a Support Worker to join his team to help him manage his athetoid cerebral palsy and severe dystonia. C is a wheelchair user, non-verbal and is fully dependent on others for all activities of daily living. 

 

The Role/Client:

C is looking for a Day Shift Bank Support Worker to join his growing team to help manage his athetoid cerebral palsy, severe dystonia (which affects his movements) and respiratory difficulties (when he is unwell).  C is a wheelchair user and he is moved using hoists and slings. All day shifts are 2:1 care and you will work alongside another member of the team.

 

C requires assistance with all activities of daily living including personal care, washing and dressing in the mornings and getting ready for bed.  C has a blended diet and receives all fluids and medication via a PEG and Mic-key Button.  He suffers painful reflux from his feeding tube so this needs to be managed and monitored carefully.  C is non-verbal and uses facial expressions and some Eye Gaze to communicate and is able to express his likes and dislikes to his family and team.

 

You will assist with the planning of daily educational and age-related developmental activities.

 

You will follow his care plan to provide basic physiotherapy-led exercises and positioning and assist with speech and language therapy and occupational therapy programmes as advised by the relevant therapists.

You will accompany C with members of his family to attend medical appointments as required as well as family outings. You will also be required to assist with our clients’ laundry and cleaning of his bedroom and equipment.

 

Full training in all aspects of our client’s care will be given and you will be fully supported by his Case Manager.

 

About You:

 

You will have a minimum of 1 years’ experience supporting a child/young person with complex needs.

 

You will be confident in manual handling, providing personal care and gastrostomy management. 

 

You will be fun, energetic and a team player – as well as kind, positive, reliable, and able to build a relationship of trust with our client and his family.

 

This role requires you to be a driver who is able to drive our client’s automatic vehicle. You would also need your own vehicle to get to our client’s rural location as it is not accessible via public transport or on foot.

 

You will be comfortable working around animals as our client has a friendly Labrador dog, and not suffer from pet allergies.

 

Hours / Shifts available:

 

Various shifts available Monday to Friday between the hours of 08:00 and 20:30.

Pay:

  • £16 per hour Weekdays

  • £18 per hour Weekends 

  • £24 Bank Holidays (weekdays) £27 Bank Holidays (weekends)

Support Worker – FEMALE - Day Shifts - Ditchling, East Sussex, BN6

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Ref: SK/KICM/DAYSW

Our delightful 18-year-old client loves listening to music, shopping and has a love of aromatherapy, she likes to use her switch toys and she enjoys engaging with people her own age. She is looking for Support Workers to help with all aspects of her daily living, if you think you might be a good fit, we would love to hear from you.

The Role/Client:

S is non-verbal and has Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy. She is a full-time wheelchair user who is dependent on others to help her with all activities of daily living including personal care, medication administration, PEG feeding and implementing her therapy programmes.

 

She lives with her parent and younger sibling and is looking for Support workers who will provide hands on support (mostly working with another Support Worker).

 

A uniform will be provided, which should be worn during shifts.

 

About You:

 

You will need to be a driver, able to drive our client’s automatic car to take our client to school. It should also be pointed out that the client lives in a remote area without nearby public transport so you will have to be able to reliably get to and from our client’s home for your shifts.

 

You will ideally have at least 1 years’ complex care experience in some of our client’s care area needs. Full training will be provided, and you will be supported by a Case Manager and the wider team.

 

You will be caring, friendly and reliable. You will be proactive with a positive outlook on life, respectful of working with S in her family home environment.

 

Pay:

 

£16 per hour weekdays

£18 per hour weekends

£20 per hour bank holidays

 

Shifts available full or part-time, please do apply even if you can only work some of these shifts:

 

Thurs & Fri – 7:30 am to 7:30 pm

Saturday – 10:00 to 18:00 (8 hours a day)

Weekend Day Support Worker – Alton, Hants, GU34

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Ref: MB/MCM/W-EDAYSSW

Our happy and smiley 13-year-old client lives at home with his parents, dog and 2 cats and is supported in achieving his therapy goals by his small care team. Interviews are being booked now so please get in touch if you think the job below would be a good fit for you.

The Role/Client:

A very happy, smiley but somewhat mischievous client is looking for an animal loving Support Worker who would love to join him in creating arts and crafts pieces and who doesn’t mind losing at board games!

 

Our 13-year-old client lives at home with his parents, dog and 2 cats and is supported in achieving his therapy goals by his small care team. Interviews are being booked now so please get in touch if you think the job below would be a good fit for you.

 

The Role:      

                                                                                

Our client has cerebral palsy and epilepsy and uses a wheelchair full-time; he therefore requires round the clock support with all aspects of his daily living including personal care, feeding and medication.

 

He is currently non-verbal but working with his therapists and team, along with using eye gaze and a smart box to communicate and gaining confidence with verbal language.

 

As a typical young boy, he loves being out and about and visiting places where he can enjoy interactive play so the Support Worker would have to be able to drive his large, automatic vehicle. When at home our client loves spending time in the garden, arts and crafts and playing games.

 

Full training in all aspects of our client’s care will be given along with supervision and support of the private therapy team.

 

About You:

You will support our client by following his care plan and implementing his therapy programme.  You will provide support with feeding, hoisting, personal care and administration of medication.

 

You will be flexible, reliable, patient and have a positive and empathetic attitude to working with a child with additional needs and supporting him whilst helping to develop his skills.

 

You will have experience working with children with additional needs and you will be a driver able to drive our client’s large, automatic vehicle.

You will hold an NVQ 2 in Health & Social Care/Care Certificate (or equivalent).

 

Pay:

£14 per hour weekdays and weekends.   £15 per hour bank holidays.   £15 per hour waking nights.    £10.42 per hour sleeping nights.

 

Shifts: 

Shifts are shown below. Please do apply even if you can only work some of these hours as we will still consider your application. Additional hours will be available to cover staff annual leave or sickness and night shifts . You will have a full weekend off at least once a month. 

Week 1 - Sunday 08:00 to 20:00 (12 hours)

Week 2 - Sunday 08:00 to 20:00 (12 hours)

Week 3 - Saturday 08:00 to 20:00 (12 hours)

Week 4 – No standard shifts available however, bank hours or cover for absence may be available.

Part-time Weekend & Weekday Support Worker – Exeter, EX5

 

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REF EB

Our client has a real passion for writing and learning new languages and is currently studying Maths at college.  He is also an avid cyclist and as with any young adult enjoys listening to music. He is looking for a kind, positive Support Worker who is fun-loving like himself and who would share an interest in his hobbies. He is bright and inquisitive and open to being introduced to new activities, would you like to explore these together? To find out more about this role get in touch, interviews are being booked shortly. 

 

The Role:

Our client is a 19-year-old man who has cerebral palsy and is dependent on others for all his needs.  He is a wheelchair user and non-verbal but is very good at using a communication aid to articulate his wishes. His behaviour can be challenging at times and he can experience low mood.  His family and Support Worker team including a Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) are working with him on this aspect.

 

He lives in his family home with his parents and two younger siblings.  Although working alone with our client whilst in his family home (family may be present in the home) another Support Worker will accompany you on days out/holidays where needed.  Full training in all aspects of our client’s support will be given and you will be supported by his Team Leader and Parents. 

 

About You:

You will provide a supportive approach to our client by following his Care plan, providing personal care and helping him pursue his interests and hobbies, as well as explore any new activities in which he might be interested.  You will be kind, positive and reliable with a good sense of humour with the ability to think on your feet.  You will enjoy the company of animals as our client has a small dog.

 

If you have previous experience as a Support Worker or in SEN this would be advantageous but please do apply even if you don’t have experience as full training will be provided.  You will need to be a driver (over 21 for insurance purposes) with a full, clean driving licence as you will take our client out in his own manual adapted car.

 

You will double up with another Support Worker at times, particularly for trips out.

 

Pay:

 

£15 -16.50 per hour – depending upon experience.

 

Hours / Shifts:

There is a 2 week rolling rota.

 

Term Time:

Week 1

 

Week 1  - (22 hours)

Tues & Fri -  15:45 to 22:00 (6 hours 15 minutes)

Sunday – 08:00 to 17:30 (9.5 hours)

 

Week 2 – (12.5 hours)

Tues & Thurs -  15:45 to 22:00 (6 hours 15 minutes)

 

School holidays – 4 shifts a week -  hours can vary according to E’s needs and your availability – could include long days or afternoon/evening shifts – must be able to work either 2 Saturdays or 2 Sundays a month..

 

It is essential that you are able to work at least one weekend day every other weekend for 2 out of every 4 weeks.  There is some flexibility around other hours, so please do apply even if you are unable to work all weekday hours advertised.

 

Day & Sleeping Night Support Worker, Littlehampton, West Sussex, BN16

REF CM/ABC

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Are you looking for a really rewarding role supporting a child with complex needs?  Our 6-year-old client enjoys sensory play and playing on his tablet, he is looking for an experienced Support Worker to help him live life to the fullest.  If this sounds like you, please get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

 

The Role/Client:

 

C has complex needs including an acquired brain injury, a genetic disorder, developmental impairment, cognitive delay and language/sensory issues. C is not able to communicate his basic needs so is looking for an experienced Support Worker with a positive outlook on life who will support him with all activities of his daily living, help to regulate his emotions and work with him on a 1:1 basis with assistance available when required. 

 

C can walk independently but tires easily so uses a wheelchair for longer distances.  His is considered non-verbal but does use PECS although not consistently. The role will involve supporting C with his personal care, washing and dressing, meal preparation, bed-time routine, facilitating play and assisting in his rehabilitation support including aquatic therapy as directed by the MDT to progress his longer- term goals. You may have to assist in the preparation of meals for C and assist with feeding.

 

When engaged in activities he wants to do, C is happy, loving and kind but can also display challenging behaviour at times which are managed by the use of distraction techniques. Full training in all aspects of our client’s care will be given and you will be fully supported by his Case Manager.

 

The role will also require the Support Worker to accompany/partake in C’s aquatic therapy sessions where you will liaise with his therapists.

 

About You:

 

You will have a minimum of 1 year’s complex care experience working with children with complex needs which you may have gained in a Carer or Support Worker role or as a Teaching or Learning Support Assistant in a school or through personal experience.

 

Due to C sometimes experiencing  sensory processing difficulties when he is distressed, you will need to be experienced in dealing with these challenging behaviours and in using distraction techniques. You will support him to regulate his emotions by verbal reassurance and giving him the necessary time and space he needs to become calm.

 

You will provide a supportive, engaging and child-centred approach to our client by following his care plan and helping him achieve his developmental and rehabilitation goals. It is for this reason that you will need to have experience working with children with similar needs.

 

You will need to be a driver to driver our client’s wheelchair adapted WAV.

 

You will be be assisting our client's Physiotherapist during his aquatic therapy sessions, you do not have to be a swimmer but you do have to be confident being in and moving around in the pool.

You will be kind, positive, reliable, and able to build a relationship of trust with our client and family.

 

Pay:

 

£17 per hour Weekdays

£19 per hour Weekends

£25.50 Bank Holidays (weekdays) £28.50 Bank Holidays (weekends)

£11 per hour sleeping nights

 

Hours / Shifts available:

 

Shift pattern as follows:

 

Term time:

Tues & Thurs – 14:30 to 20:00 (5.5 hours) plus 20:00 to 07:00 (11 hours sleeping night)

Weds & Fri – 07:00 to 09:30 (2.5 hours)

Sat – 12:00 Noon to 20:00 (8 hours)

Term time total 24 waking hours (plus 22 hours sleeping nights)

 

School holidays:

 

Week 1

 

Tues & Thurs– 12:00 Noon to 20:00 (8 hours) plus 20:00 to 07:00 (11 hours sleeping night)

 

Weds & Fri – 07:00 to 09:00 (2 hours)

 

Sat – 12:00 Noon to 20:00 (8 hours)

 

Week 2

 

Tues &Thurs – 12:00 Noon to 20:00 (8 hours) plus 20:00 to 07:00 (11 hours sleeping night)

 

Weds and Fri – 07:00 to 09:00 (2 hours)

 

An average (over 2 school holiday weeks) of 24 waking hours (plus 22 sleeping hours)

 

Job advertisements may be for a specific gender, this is a genuine occupational requirement and is stated in accordance to the Equality Act 2010, paragraph 1, schedule 9. We encourage applications from individuals regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs, sexual orientation, pregnancy/maternity, disability and marital status, a criminal conviction may not necessarily prevent employment.

 

Our posts require an enhanced DBS certificate and operate a non-smoking environment, at all times.

FEMALE Weekday Support Worker, London, W14

 

REF HS/ABC

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Our 9-year-old client, who has complex Cerebral Palsy, is looking for a Support Worker who will support him out in the community, or whilst enjoying playing with his toys at home and spending time with his family at home. If you have at least one year’s experience in paediatric care, we would love to hear from you.

 

The Role/Client:

 

H lives at home with his parents. He has complex needs including cerebral palsy, dystonia and epilepsy.  He is non-verbal but can communicate using facial expressions, sounds and gestures. H is a wheelchair user who requires support for all activities of daily living including personal care and any required therapy exercises.

 

This role will involve moving and handling and using a hoist.  M uses a gastrostomy and PEG for food, fluids and medication.

 

The role will involve facilitating play, accompanying H during trips out with his family and supporting H in all activities.

 

You will receive full training in all aspects of our client’s care and be fully supported by H’s Case Manager.

 

 About You:

 

You will have a minimum of 1 year’s complex care experience working with children with complex needs which you may have gained in a Carer or Support Worker role or as a Teaching or Learning Support Assistant in a school or through personal experience.

 

It is essential that you are a driver able to drive our client’s automatic wheelchair adapted vehicle.

 

You will accompany H during his hydrotherapy sessions so although it is not necessary for you to be a swimmer, you will need to be confident around and in the water.

 

You will provide a supportive, engaging and child-centered approach to our client by following his care plan and helping him achieve developmental and rehabilitation goals.

 

You will be kind, positive, reliable, and able to reassure and build a relationship of trust with H’s parents.

 

Pay:

£18 per hour Weekdays

£27 per hour Bank Holidays (weekdays)

 

Hours / Shifts available:

Weekday shifts available as follows:

 

Term time: ( 2 X 6 hours = 12 hours per week)

Tues & Fri 14:00 to 20:00 (6 hours per day)

 

School holidays: ( 3 x 12 hours = 36 hours per week)

Weds, Thurs, Fri  – 08:00 to 20:00 (12 hours per day)

 

Please apply even if you can work some of the above hours, stating which hours you are able to work.  You will need to be able to work some hours in both term time and school holidays. 

 

Job advertisements may be for a specific gender, this is a genuine occupational requirement and is stated in accordance to the Equality Act 2010, paragraph 1, schedule 9. We encourage applications from individuals regardless of age, gender, race, beliefs, sexual orientation, pregnancy/maternity, disability and marital status, a criminal conviction may not necessarily prevent employment.

 

Our posts require an enhanced DBS certificate and operate a non-smoking environment, at all times.

FEMALE Live-in Carer  -  Croydon, CR2

 

REF MP/PWA

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If you are as passionate about caring as you are about gardening, along with enjoying shopping and having a coffee and a slice of cake then you may be the ideal Carer for our kind, positive client who is looking for a live-in Carer to provide companionship, motivation and structure to her daily routine. If you think you would be a good fit, get in touch, interviews are being booked shortly.

 

The Role:

 

Our client is a 56-year-old lady who has an Acquired Brain Injury and is looking for someone to provide Live In support in her ground-floor adapted home. She has children that live close by and will have regular visits from her grandchildren.

 

Our client is verbal and quite high functioning so can budget and buy herself food and other things she likes with a level of autonomy and independence.  She has some memory loss due to her brain injury which she manages but will need assistance and support with reminding about her appointments and when to take her medication. 

 

She is a wheelchair user and can move herself in her wheelchair independently.  Personal care is required.  Our client uses a urethral catheter so experience in this area would be useful, although not essential as full training will be provided.

 

Full training in all aspects of our client’s support will be given and you will be supported by her Case Manager to work towards her rehabilitation goals.

 

About You:

 

You will ideally have experience supporting someone with an Acquired Brain Injury and/or previously worked in a Support Worker role.

 

On occasions, as would be expected, our client can become a little anxious and impatient so you would need to have a patient, calm and empathic personality.

 

You will provide a supportive approach to our client by following her Care plan and helping her achieve her rehabilitation goals.

 

You will be organised, positive and reliable and able to build a rapport whilst providing motivation and structure to our client’s day.  You will be able to follow guidance provided as well as use your own initiative in everyday situations.

 

You will be a driver (over the age of 21 for insurance purposes) who is happy to take our client out on trips and medical visits in her automatic vehicle.

 

Pay:

 

£950 (gross) per week

 

Hours / Shifts

 

You will work a 12 hour a day shift for 7 days on either a one week on/one week off or two week on/two week off basis, sleeping also at our client’s home. You may be required to assist her during the night.  You will have a break of a couple of hours during the day at a time to be mutually agreed with our client.  You will need your own accommodation for non-working weeks.

Therapy & Care Assistant  -  Maidenhead, SL6

 

REF OM/PWA

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Our lovely 16 yo client who loves signing along to music videos, taking trips out and like any teenager loves playing computer games, is looking for a compassionate, energetic, like-minded Therapy Assistant to support him with his cerebral palsy and helping him live life to the fullest potential.   

 

The Role:

 

You will be working with our client, a 16-year-old lad who lives with his supportive father who is involved in his care and his brother. He loves to interact with his team, singing along to music videos, playing computer games and trips out.

 

O is motivated to engage in his therapy routines and excels in the company of friendly, positive people. Your role will be to aid in the implementation of therapeutic activities and provide personal care to enhance our client’s overall independence and well-being.

 

O has Cerebral Palsy, Global Developmental Delay and encephalitis and as such you would be required to provide personal care and assist with cooking his meals and assisting with their consumption. O is wheelchair dependent and partly verbal and uses Makaton to help him communicate. O can sometimes present with heightened anxiety when away from home and is being managed by a behaviour support plan.

 

Full training in all aspects of our client’s care will be given as will support from his friendly Case Manager and care team.

 

About You:

 

You will work closely with our client’s team of therapists to understand and implement therapeutic strategies between formal therapy sessions by following his support plan, being a team player who is willing to train and learn about our client’s particular needs.  You will help him to achieve his rehabilitation goals, working with members of the team to help our client develop skills of independence, building confidence and supporting the development of physical abilities. 

 

You will be a cheerful person who is energetic, flexible, reliable, resourceful, and courteous and have a positive and empathetic attitude to working with a person with additional needs, with a passion for providing excellent support and therapies. 

 

Experience working with a child or young person with physical or learning disabilities is preferred as well as experience and/or a strong interest in working closely with a team of therapists and incorporating therapeutic strategies into day-to-day support.

 

Having a valid UK driving licence is essential as you will drive our client’s automatic adapted vehicle.  

 

Pay:

 

£16 per hour weekdays

£18 per hour weekends

£25 per hour bank holidays

 

Hours/Shifts:

 

Various shifts available – please apply even if you cannot undertake all these shifts and state which shifts you are interested in when applying.

 

Term time:

Weekday Mornings 06:45 to 08:00 (2 hours 15 mins)

Wednesday 17:00 – 20:00 (3 hours)

Friday and Sunday 14:00 to 20:00 (6 hours)

Saturday 15:00 to 20:00 (5 hours)

Weekday evenings from 17:00 to 20:00 may also be available (3 hours)

 

School holidays:

Monday 09:00 to 18:00 (9 hours) or 11:00 to 20:00 (9 hours)

Tuesday 09:00 to 18:00 (9 hours)

Wednesday 11:00 to 20:00 (9 hours)

Thursday 09:00 to 18:00 (9 hours) or 11:00 to 20:00 (9 hours)

Fri 09:00 to 18:00 (9 hours) or 11:00 to 20:00 (9 hours)

Saturday 15:00 to 20:00 (5 hours)

Sunday 12:00 to 18:00

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