Residential Learning Disability Support Worker

FRCE Recruitment Group
West London
£8.50 - £9.50/hour
16 Jun 2017
15 Jul 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
Support Worker
*** Full time position ( 37.5 hrs minimum) plus overtime
*** Supporting adults with Learning Disabilities - Residential Setting
*** Full support and training - Permanent Position
*** Paying from £8.50 per hour - Immediate start
*** Location - West/Central London

Great opportunity for those who want to progress in the social care field - Good opportunity for individuals with learning disability experience!

Do you have experience supporting adults with Learning Disabilities? Would you be interested in working with an organisation who provides full support and training to help you progress? Do you have passion but no experience?

If you have answered yes and are available for work asap then we want to hear from you!

The role - Support Worker

A large and growing organisation with in the social care field are looking to appoint support workers to support adults with learning difficulties. Your main priority will be to ensure the safety of your clients and to promote independence. As a support worker will be expected to deliver outstanding self centered care to all clients within the service.

Additional information - Support Worker

- Min 37 hour contract
- 7 hour shifts over 5 days per week and the odd weekend
- Residential services across 4 different London Boroughs
- Induction and training given to all new and existing staff
- Adults and Elderly - Learning Disability

How to apply - Support Worker

If you would like to apply for the role as a support worker then please send your applications to (url removed) or call on (Apply online only) and ask for Natalie.

The FRCE Recruitment Group is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults