Support Worker (Young Adults), Cambridge
We are looking for a Support Worker (Young Adults) close to the Cambridge area of Cambridgeshire. This job is commutable from the Royston (31mins), Wyboston (32 mins) and surrounding areas of Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.
This is only the start of your career you could be a Manager of the future! We’re looking for someone to support our client’s amazing young people grow and flourish. Be part of residential and learning environment for young adults with severe and profound physical and Learning Disabilities, set up to be a haven for these young people. The organisation was founded by a CEO who is a passionate advocate for children & young adults with learning difficulties. When he set up his company, he founded it saying “Things can be done better. We can make a difference.”
Every person deserves to be encouraged to be the best they can be and have the best chance in life! This is a job that is not only a career, but is so rewarding, you can make a difference every day!
What does a Support Worker do?
A Support Worker you will be helping young adults with severe and profound learning and physical disabilities to have the best quality of life. In the morning you will help them get dressed, encourage them to get washed, and assist with their breakfast. After school or on weekend shifts, you’d encourage them to participate in activities and hobbies and help them find what they are passionate about, so they can grow up into the person they want to be. How much fun will it be going to the cinema, swimming or horse riding as a part of your job?
- £8.41 - £8.70 per hour without qualifications;
- £9.06 - £9.39 per hour with NVQ Level 3 – Health & Social Care;
- Full time hours, 39 hours per week;
- Day or Night shifts available;
- Days – 7:30am – 9pm, some shifts 6 hours, some 12 and a half, 4-week rota of 14 shifts;
- Nights - 8.45pm-8:15am, 4-week rota;
- Additional £2,790 per annum on top of salary for doing nights;
- Generous benefits package, including high street discounts and childcare vouchers;
- Fantastic career progression and ongoing training.
What experience do I need to be a young adult Support Worker?
It is extremely desirable that you have experience working with young adults with learning/physical disabilities. You will ideally hold an NVQ level 3 as mentioned above. It is essential that you have a full driving licence and have access to a vehicle.
If you are excited by this amazing job opportunity, we would love to hear from you. Health & Social Care Jobs are proud to recruit for the Social Care Sector and when you click on apply, one of our friendly careers advisors will contact you to discuss this in more detail. We only employ experts, so you can always rely on us to look after you during your career change.