Part Time Support Worker

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Are you looking for a job with variety?

Are you keen to help others in your community?

If you answered yes to the questions above then United Response might have the perfect next job for you! We are looking for a dedicated and friendly individual to join out brilliant East Devon Supported Living team in Exmouth.

This is a fantastic role that will give you the opportunity to work across 3 supported living homes in the area, maximising the number of amazing people we support that you get to meet. As a Support Worker you will have the opportunity to help ensure that the people we support with various needs including learning disabilities and autism get the assistance they need.

A Support Worker’s qualities

We are looking for someone who is determined to make a difference and passionately believes in supporting individuals with a range of disabilities. Here at United Response we need you to be receptive to the needs of the people we support and demonstrate high levels of patience and empathy. If you can couple these qualities with the ability to learn, you will make a great Support Worker. Previous experience of working with learning disabilities or autism would be beneficial but is not compulsory.

A Support Worker’s job

As a Support Worker your role revolves around helping the people we support to live happy lives with access to their communities that are as independent as possible. You can expect to:

  • Support with the learning of key life skills
  • Support the people we support in their own home
  • Assist with jobs around the house
  • Provide support with personal finances
  • Accompany the people we support to social events and on holiday
  • Encourage the people we support to try new activities and experiences
  • A Support Worker’s rewards

    As well as immense job satisfaction, progression opportunities and the chance to be a part of a leading national disability charity, as a Support Worker you will receive:

  • £8.72 per hour (30 hours per week)
  • 20 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Pension contribution
  • Access to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice services
  • Fully paid training and access to nationally recognised qualifications
  • Travel to work scheme (season ticket loan)
  • Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailers
  • Keeping you safe

    The work our staff do is vital to the happiness and safety of thousands of people up and down the country and that is why, when it comes to your safety, we won’t let you down! Thanks to proper training, plentiful PPE, regular testing and now vaccinations you can be certain that we are doing everything we can to keep you safe at work.