Brook Street UK
£7.50 - £8.00/hour pension, holiday, career progression
11 Jun 2017
10 Jul 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Part Time
IMMEDIATE INTERVIEWS* Are you looking for a support worker job based in HD1, Huddersfield? We are currently recruiting for support workers to work at one of my clients residential services who support adults with learning disabilities.

The Organisation

You will be working for a reputable organisation to join one of their services in Leeds who offer residential support to adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, complex needs and mental health. They support over 2000 people, work in over 300 locations and have over 3500 staff members.

The Role

This job is to work as a support worker in a supported living service with 4 service users with learning disabilities based in HD1, the ideal candidate will ensure the happiness and comfort of these individuals which can be managed in a variety of ways. This could be anything from from helping them within their own living space to assisting them in accessing the community. You will celebrate birthdays, be creative, be playful and overall provide the best possible care you can.

The Ideal Candidate

You will have some social care experience or qualification to be considered for this role. We are looking for candidates with a real passion for care and helping others. For this job it is essential you are fully flexible and you can commit to working a variety of shifts including some weekend work.

Salary and Benefits

The pay rate for this role is starting at £7.50 per hour, sleeps are paid at £30 per night. We can offer either full time or part time hours so if you have the right experience and values please apply as we can offer you exactly what you are looking for. Support workers will also be supported with full induction training, monthly 1-1s and ongoing personal development.


If you are interested please click apply now and send over your CV, if you have any questions about the role please call (Apply online only) and speak to Caroline.