Adult Support Worker, Create Choices

  • Location

    Chesterfield, UK

  • Sector:

    No Experience Needed, Adult Learning Disabilities

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  • Salary:

    £8.91 per hour

  • Contact:

    Clare Crane

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  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

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Full & Part-Time, Autism Support Worker Job Vacancy, Chesterfield, Derbyshire – No Experience is Needed. We are looking for people that can inspire & encourage positive choices & help someone with Learning Disabilities or Mental Health with their independence.

£8.65 - £8.91 per hour, Free DBS & Pension Scheme, Full Training Provided.

Your Role

You will encourage individuals to make choices and live independently in their own home.   Those choices can be everyday choices from what to have for breakfast to making decisions about household bills or choosing a college course.

As their advocate it is your job to ensure all their choices are health and safe.  You ensure that they are supported to do all the things they want to achieve and how they want to live their life!  

You would encourage individuals to try new things, do things for themselves and getting out and about in the local community. You will be there to watch their face light up with when they are enjoying themselves and be there to keep them calm in situations that may raise their anxiety. Your support will have such a positive impact!

Making The Right Choices

  • I do not feel like going to college today, but my support worker will make sure I do!
  • Should I stay with my house insurer or see if there is one cheaper?
  • I hate cleaning up, but my support worker has made me a rota.
  • I have the option of 2 college courses, my support worker talked me through both.
  • Someone was bullying me, my support worker helped me to deal with it.
  • I could pay my bills or buy a play station!
  • I am targeted by someone online, what do I do?

Who are we?

We have been supporting people with learning disabilities for 26 years!  Our Chief Executive started her career with us as a Support Worker, so we wholeheartedly believe in promoting from within and offering you a career.  We adapt and tailor our support to the needs of the individual we are supporting, they are all unique and all have different personalities and goals they want to achieve.  It is our job to make that happen. 


You are not just a Support Worker to someone with learning disabilities, you’re like a brother/sister, a parent, and a friend all rolled into one, that one person they can rely on and keep them organised! 

It could be time for you to step out of your regular routine too!  Click Apply and we will contact you for a chat about what life is like as a Support Worker and answer any questions you may have.