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Support Worker - Learning Disabilities and Autism

  • Salary: £16200 - £16500 per annum + Additional Benefits
  • Location: Woking, Surrey
  • Date posted: 07-06-2018
  • Sector: Social Care
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: DT0009_1528388628

A leading, national organisation, which supports adults with learning difficulties, autism and challenging behaviour is looking for a dedicated and passionate Support Worker to join their team, based in Woking.

You will be providing exceptional care to adults with learning difficulties, challenging behaviour and autism within a residential setting. This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a highly established national organisation, where you'll have full training, support and clear career progression path to management.

The role is full-time, and home based, and they offer an extensive list of benefits, along with their competitive salary of up to £16,500 per annum.

Benefits for you as Support Worker:

  • 28 days annual leave, rising to 32 days after the first year
  • Generous salary of up to £16,500 per annum
  • Contributary pension scheme
  • Opportunity to develop your career through further training and qualifications
  • Clear career progression path to management

Your responsibilities as Support Worker:

  • Providing excellent care to the residents, including personal care
  • Build positive relationships with the residents, colleagues, and families
  • To support the residents by following the principles of Person Centred Active Support
  • Assist and encourage the service users to participate in everyday home, social, leisure and work activities

Requirements of you as Support Worker:

  • Full, clean UK drivers licence
  • Must be flexible to work all hours, including evenings and weekends, and undertake sleep in duties or waking nights
  • NVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care (or equivalent)
  • Experience working within a similar setting

Location: Woking

Salary: up to £16,500

Please follow the instructions on this website, or alternatively contact Danielle Taylor on 0118 948 5555 for further details and please do be sure to leave your contact details

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