Full or Part-Time Job vacancy, no experience needed, Autism Support Worker, Ollerton, Nottinghamshire.
We welcome applications from all age groups, and those looking to start or change their career.
Do something rewarding
Our client is one of the UK’s most trusted Supported Living companies. They support adults living with Learning/Physical Disabilities and Mental Health conditions to live independently in their own communities and lead fulfilled lives. After visiting this provider and meeting the CEO and Head of HR, I got a real sense of pride - not just regarding the people they support, but the positive difference they have made to the adults they support. The Chief Executive told me several 'Goosebumps' stories - one was particularly inspiring. One service user had been systematically failed by all previous placements - our client did not let them down. He has since gone on to thrive and flourish and is now so much happier and content!
No two days doing this job are the same. Your job will be key in encouraging their independence, boosting their self-confidence, and keeping them safe. You will assist individuals based on their individual need, possible elements of personal care, assisting them with daily living skills, helping them in the community and doing the things they love which can range from the cinema, arts & crafts, sports, shopping and much more. You will be helping someone achieve a positive future, a feeling like no other.
- £8.65 per hour for under 25 - £9.18 per hour for over 25.
- Free DBS & Pension Scheme.
- Fully Paid Training & Comprehensive Induction.
- Flexible, Full-time, part-time and bank hours available.
- Opportunity to gain QCF Qualifications within Social Care.
- Career progression opportunities available.
Becoming an Autism Support Worker could be just the start of your career, there are lots of career progression opportunities within Adult Social Care and lots of opportunities to gain further qualifications enabling you to progress to Supervisory or Managerial levels in the future. Either way you will certainly have a rewarding career.
If you have any questions about this Autism Support Worker job or wish to apply, then please click on the apply button. Once you have applied, we would carry out an initial pre-screen of your application, your CV & application is then passed to the end employer who would then contact you directly to progress your application further. This would usually be within 24-72 hours of applying and this telephone conversation is for you to ask any questions you may have and the end employer to find out more about you.