Adult Support Worker, No Experience

  • Location

    Darlington, UK

  • Sector:

    Adult Learning Disabilities

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  • Salary:

    £8.72 per hour + £62.64 per sleepover

  • Contact:

    Louise Fullard

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  • Published:

    7 months ago

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We are looking for Adult Support Workers based in various areas of Darlington, County Durham. If you are looking to start a new career, you have been made redundant or furloughed, a job in Adult Social Care could be an option for you!

Do you believe that everyone should be themselves no matter what? That everyone should have the same opportunities in life and that a disability should not be a barrier? You do not require experience in this sector to become an Adult Support Worker, just a passion for helping people!

Becoming an Adult Support Worker could be just the start of your career within Adult Social Care, this organisation actively promotes from within and encourages people to progress. You will be joining a unique provider, who promote independence for adults with learning disabilities, living in their own flat or supported living setting.

Key Information

  • Full-time and part-time hours available.
  • Full-time shifts could include days, evenings, weekends, and sleep-ins.
  • Part-time shifts include days, evenings, and weekends only.
  • £8.72 per hour, £62.64 per sleep-in.

Supporting Someone

Emma is an example of one of the adults that you may support:

My name is Emma, and I live in a shared house with 3 of my good friends. We all get along and I love the times we share (although sometimes we do disagree!) I have autism and I really do struggle if my routine is not kept simple and structured. When I am on my own, I can get agitated and upset, this can lead me to make a loud humming noise. I have a Support Worker called Lisa, who is a massive help to me! Without her I would always be late for college, I would not be able to have a nice warm breakfast, and I would forget to take my medication. Also, I would not be able to get out in the community swimming twice a week which is what I love! Lisa is there for me when I am sad or worried, she talks to me and explains things in a clearer way, so I can process what is happening. Without her I would not be able to have independence in my own home, which is what life is all about - isn’t it?

Apply Now

So, could you make a difference? Do you believe everyone should be themselves and have the same opportunities as everyone else? If you have ever thought about a career in care and making a difference, then take the first step by applying for this Support Worker job today. You will gain all the training you need to change your life and the individuals you support. Still not sure? Don’t worry one of our wonderful career advisers will talk you through the job itself and any questions you might have.