If you agree that being a Support Worker is a highly valuable and rewarding role - and if you're based in Manchester region - this opportunity could be for you. It comes with a competitive salary of up to £10.50 an hour.
Working as a full-time Support Worker as part of a motivated and inclusive team, you'll be assisting people with learning disabilities such as autism and other mental health issues. COVID-19 has put extra pressure on all nursing services primarily in the NHS, so your help and support filling these currently open Care Worker vacancies are much appreciated.
You'll have experience as a Support Worker or care worker in temp or permanent care jobs. Comfortable working alone or in a team, you'll conscientious in reporting to your line manager and participating in training, where necessary, and be respectful of confidentiality issues.
In return for your social work and community services skills, you will enjoy:
- You will have worked a minimum of 6 months in a mental health setting in recent years
- You'll be great at building relationships and communicating with service users, their families and other healthcare professionals
- You'll be calm, positive, sensitive and empathetic to individual needs
- You'll be prepared to work flexibly.
Earning £8.72-£10.50 p/h, support staff are entitled to great benefits, including paid annual leave, free DBS check if required, free specialist training programmes and flexible working hours to suit your lifestyle.
To apply for this Support Worker role in Manchester, please contact Marta at Search on 0161 835 8320 or email your CV to email@example.com and we will get back to you asap.
Due to COVID-19 you'll only be expected and encouraged to return to your new office environment when it's deemed safe to do so. All interviews will be conducted online or on the phone. Your health and safety are of primary importance to Search Consultancy and the clients we represent.
Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age