Waking Nights Support Worker

  • Location

    Deal, UK

  • Sector:

    Adult Learning Disabilities

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £8.72 per hour + benefits

  • Contact:

    Louise Fullard

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  • Published:

    6 months ago

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We are looking for caring and dedicated Waking Nights Support Workers close to the Deal area of Kent to be part of a Residential service supporting adults living with Learning Disabilities. No experience is necessary as full training is provided. It is not essential that you are a car driver as there are good local transport links to the home. 

Key Information

  • £8.72 per hour.
  • Full Time, waking-night shifts, 37.5 hours per week.
  • Paid DBS.
  • 20-days holiday + bank holidays plus additional holiday purchase scheme.
  • Paid DBS.
  • On-site parking.
  • Full induction programme to Care Certificate Standards + further training & qualifications.

The Provider

We are recruiting on behalf of a provider who has a strongly person-centred approach to the care they provide, and they work hard to deliver high quality care. One of their board members has a history of campaigning for disability rights and another has 44 years’ experience as a social worker, every one of their team aspire to transform lives. Every person matters to them and this is an example of the wonderful work they do, “Not only do they never give up on our daughter, but they always make us feel important and respected.”

As their Support Worker, you will be working within a residential home for adults with Learning Disabilities, providing care and support for up to 6 people. The service has been rated Outstanding by the CQC which is a fantastic achievement. The home is also close to local shops and is set beautiful grounds which the residents can enjoy when the weather is warmer. The role will involve:

  • Supporting service users with everyday life skills.
  • Supporting the individual according to his/her needs and aspirations.
  • To maintain accurate notes and records.
  • To maintain effective communication with service users’ families.

There are fantastic opportunities to learn and progress in this role. It can be challenging, but the rewards of seeing an individual overcome hurdles in their life and achieve their goals is something else! 


If you are interested by this Support Worker job vacancy and you want to know more, then click “apply.” One of our friendly advisors will then contact you to discuss this in more detail and answer any questions answer any questions you may have prior to progressing your application.