Bright Care Doesn’t Stop At Night

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Now, more than ever we want to have a career that supports us financially but also gives us the ability to live our lives the way we want to. You may have caring responsibilities outside of the workplace or other commitments that mean a traditional 9-5 is just not for you. That’s why a career in care could be the one!

Full-Time Support Worker

Here at Bright Futures, we have a couple of different options for people who are passionate about a career in care whilst creating a successful work/life balance. Our full-time support worker positions are worked over 3 days with 1 sleep a week. As a support worker, 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.

Waking Nights Support Worker

Or maybe a job where you work at night is better suited to you. If so then we have the perfect option. Our waking nights support worker roles are 37.5 hours a week, worked overnight. Ensuring that our people have the support they need, when they need it. It is crucial to us that round the clock care is available. This is why our waking night support workers are pivotal to the care we offer here at Bright Futures. In this role you will support our Young People during the night should they wake and need support in line with care and support plans.  You will take a person-centred approach to deliver the highest quality care.

Whether you want to work during the day or at night you will receive the same great benefits, support and training as well as amazing job satisfaction.

Bright Futures Job

We are looking for individuals whose values match ours and are passionate about providing high quality, person-centred care. Our Great Care Offer means that we are flexible, and can meet the complex and often changing needs of people who have a learning disability and autism. If you are friendly, resilient, proactive and engaging and would like to contribute to our Great Care Offer then we would love to hear from you. Take a look at the ‘join the team’ section on our website for our current vacancies to suit your lifestyle.

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