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Support Worker - Monday to Friday - Autism

  • Salary: £15972 - £17000 per annum + Extensive Training
  • Location: Cranleigh, Surrey
  • Date posted: 17-10-2018
  • Sector: Social Care
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: DT000028_1539769091

A forward thinking Charity is looking for a dedicated and passionate Support Worker to join their purpose built, specialist day centre for adults with Autism and Learning Disabilities.

As Support Worker, you will work Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm and earn a starting salary of £15,972. The salary will increase to £17,000 after your 3 month probationary period. This will then rise to £18,500 on completion of training and qualifications.

Your benefits as Support Worker:

  • Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
  • Excellent training and development opportunities including QCF in Health and Social Care, PROACT-SCIPr UK and Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Competency Certificate
  • Free on-site parking
  • Clear career progression path
  • Abundance of discount schemes including private healthcare and Ride to Work
  • 10% discount at on-site cafe

As Support Worker, you will support the development of adults with Autism by facilitating decision making, promoting independence, and encouraging individuals to engage educational, social and employment opportunities. This role does included personal care.

Requirements of you as the Support Worker:

  • Experience supporting individuals with Learning Disabilities and Autism
  • 5 GCSE's with minimum Grade C
  • Full UK Driving Licence is essential

Location: Cranleigh, Surrey

Salary: £15,972 per annum

If you are interested in applying for this Support Worker position, you will need to follow the instructions to apply. Alternatively, if you would like to ask any questions about this Support Worker opportunity or any other vacancies, you can email Danielle at or call on 0118 948 5555 (option 2).

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