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Support Worker

Support Worker

Full Time, Part Time, Days and Weekend Vacancy

Available immediately

Better Healthcare are recruiting Support Workers for full time/part time placements in learning disability services in Market Deeping, Lincolnshire.

The services provide a homely environment to adults with learning disabilities.

The ideal candidate would have previous experience of working as a Support Worker in a similar setting.

You would also be empathetic and be pro-active in your approach to providing support.

We have a number of placements that can offer early, late and long day shifts to fit around your current commitments and often for the right candidates we can offer long term block bookings.

Subject to compliance checks we are looking for candidates who can start straight away and who are also drivers.

Support Worker Requirements:

Experience of providing care and/or support to vulnerable people.
Possess excellent people skills.
Have a passion for supporting adults with learning disabilities.
Be able to develop and maintain good working relationships
Be able to demonstrate positive personal authority.
Have great communication skills.
Ability to provide personal care

Benefits:

Pay is up to £14.50 per hour
Weekly pay via BACS
Full time hours
Long term block bookings for the right candidate
Flexible shift patterns
Recommend a friend scheme to earn extra money

Better Healthcare are currently taking applications from compassionate and empathetic candidates who really want to make a difference to others lives.

Please contact us for more details now.


  • Start: Immediately
  • Duration: Long Term
  • Rate: £9 - £14 Per Hour
  • Location: Market Deeping, England
  • Type: Contract
  • Industry: Other
  • Recruiter: Better Healthcare Services
  • Contact: Peterborough HC
  • Tel: 01733 370 123
  • Email: to view click here
  • Reference: JHMAR200
  • Posted: 2021-04-27 17:43:18 -

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