Support Workers

As a Support Worker you will set boundaries for young people that may display challenging or emotional behaviour, whilst developing a relationship built on mutual trust. You will also provide practical care to increase their independent living skills, promoting self-esteem and self-awareness, to encourage achievement and to help the them to reach their full potential.

Whilst the role of a Support Worker offers variety, superb progression opportunities and training, it takes a courageous and committed individual to really succeed at the role. Experience is not essential, but a positive attitude, friendly persona and a caring nature are an absolute must.

If you are looking for a challenge and looking to make a positive impact on the lives of young people, then we are keen to hear from you.


  • You will need to be flexible with working hours, including days, evenings, weekends and sleeping in shifts
  • If not already qualified, a willingness to undertake QCF Level 3 in Children and Young People
  • Full Driving Licence

In return you can expect the following benefits:

  • Competitive Salary – Enhanced rates if already qualified with a QCF level 3 in children & young people or equivalent.
  • Set Sleep in payment rate
  • Permanent full-time 37.5 hours a week contract
  • Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded, fast track support to achieve QCF level 3 in children and young people
  • Career Progression Opportunities
  • Fully Funded Induction Programme, which includes face to face, online modules and shadow shifts
  • Flexible working patterns, you will see your rolling rota a year advance
  • Face to face therapeutic training and support for all staff
  • Access to a wide range of free online courses for all staff on a variety of topics
  • Free meals on shift
  • Free parking
  • Fully funded Enhanced DBS Certificate
  • 28 days annual leave (including Bank Holidays)
  • Auto enrolement pension

Contact us on 01792 687999 or send your CV to