Becoming A Support Worker

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If you are looking for a new job with a lot of room for growth, why not consider joining our team of Support Workers. By joining our group of trained professionals, you will be able to develop your own skills whilst supporting the Young People in our care.

Working as a Support Worker is a satisfying and rewarding job. You will get to share some of the most precious memories while working with our Young People.

Your daily tasks will vary. You will assist with everyday tasks and supporting young adults in learning new skills. 

Each Support Worker is unique. There are a few characteristics that you must possess in order to succeed in your new role. Patience, kindness, friendliness, compassion, and understanding will be required of you. 

You will support the Young Adults through their daily routines. Access fun and varied activities in their local community, prepare and cook meals, complete all general housekeeping duties, and much more.

We provide you with the training and knowledge you need for the role. Whether you are new to care or you are experienced. Becoming a part of our team means that you will be working hand in hand with some incredible people. They will help to support you as you transition to your new role. They will help you to grow and learn more about giving the best care as a Support Worker.

Check out our job openings to learn more about our Support Worker position or other available roles. Also, contact us to talk with a member of our team directly.

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