Support Worker

SCP Recruitment
Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent
£15500 - £16200/annum
10 Jul 2017
09 Aug 2017
Public Sector
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type:
Support worker

Tunbridge Wells

£15,500/£16,200 depending on experience. FT, PT & Bank hours

Sunday, December 31, 2017 at 12:00 AM


Are you that special someone that can make a difference?
Be part of our exciting new supported living service in Tunbridge Wells

We are recruiting for support workers and we are looking for people who are seeking a satisfying, rewarding career in social care. No experience necessary, as we employ people based on their values and commitment to the people we support.


* Full induction process and dedicated manager to support you
* Outstanding training and development opportunities (including specialisation in your interest area)
* Career progression
* Opportunities to gain recognised qualifications such as the diploma in Health and Social Care
* Pension plan, childcare vouchers, union membership and corporate membership of HSA’s 'Simply Health’ insurance

This is an opportunity to make a lasting difference to the lives of people facing disadvantage. We are looking for people who will go the extra mile to bring about positive change and can build positive relationships with carers, family members and the wider community.

We provide exceptional training and development opportunities for the right people who share our values and can demonstrate commitment. Mileage used in connection with your job role will be reimbursed. If you feel you are are someone who can make a difference, apply now!

For more information email us or give us a call on (Apply online only).

What knowledge and experience should you have?

No experience necessary, as we employ people based on their values and commitment to the people we support.

What skills and abilities will you need?

* Resourcefulness - can you find different and innovative ways to support people to overcome difficulties?
* Tenacity - do you prefer to see lasting results over a period of time, rather than quick fixes?
* Empathy- can you see things from other people’s point of view?
* Flexibility - things can change last minute; can you adapt and move on quickly?
* Compassion - do you have kindness and understanding for people overcoming disadvantage?
* Patience -when things take longer than you expect, can you stay calm and positive