Support Worker, No Experience Needed

  • Location

    Louth, UK

  • Sector:

    Adult Learning Disability

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £8.72 per hour plus £62.64 per sleep in

  • Contact:

    Amanda Wright

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

  • Expiry date:


We are looking for Adult Support Workers in the Louth area of Lincolnshire.   If you are looking to start a new career, you have been made redundant recently a job in Adult Social Care could be an option for you.

Your job as a support worker is to help make that happen for someone you support? You don’t need experience just passion!

Becoming a 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 scheme.

What are the hours, salary and benefits?

  • Full and part-time hours are available.
  • Full-Time Shifts could include days, evenings, weekends and sleepovers.
  • Part-Time Shifts days evenings and weekends only.
  • £8.21 per hour for under 25 years old. Sleepovers £62.64 per night.
  • £8.72 per hour for over 25 years old. Sleepovers £62.64 per night

What does a Support Worker do? 

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 isn’t kept simple and structured and 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 and she is a massive help to me. Without her I would always be late for college, I wouldn’t be able to have a nice warm breakfast, and I would forget to take my medication. I also wouldn’t be able to get out in the community swimming twice a week which is what I love. One day I would like to possibly get to the Olympics, that’s my dream. Lisa is there for me when I’m sad or worried, she talks to me and explains things in a clearer way, so I can process what’s happening. Without her I wouldn’t be able to have independence in my own home, which is what life is all about isn’t it!?


So, could you make a difference? Do you believe everyone should be themselves and have the same opportunities as everyone else? If you have always 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 chang