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Female Support Workers required to assist clients in their own homes to live as independently as possible. Working within the Knowsley area, CAR DRIVER is essential for this role.(Female due to to the duties involved with the position and clients)Considering the occupational requirement in the role involving personal care support to female patients, we are specifically seeking female support workers in adherence to the Equality Act 2010"
Community Response Support Workers required to join the wider team in the Derbyshire area. Experience in care and driving licence/access to a car are essential.
You will be supporting SEND young people in our education setting in Darwin. Our students are aged between 10 to 19 years of age and needs typically relate to Asperger's Syndrome, Autism and more.
Childrens Residential Support worker required to work on one site in the Shropshire area. Supporting children and young people from 8-18 years or age. No previous experience required as training will be provided but you must be enthusiastic to work in this sector
Working with SEN College students
A role working with children with complex needs, you'll be championing their development and support their progress
Helping support pupils aged 4 to 19 with SEN in a classroom environment.
A role where you will be supporting young people in a residential service in Shropshire. Our services follow a two-on, two-off shift pattern and you'll receive complete training to support children with often difficult pasts.
The main role of the Trainee Legal Cashier is to support the Cashier Manager in the provision of operational finance support to the wider business by efficient and accurate processing of financial transactions and providing advice and assistance.
TREASURY ANALYST (FRONT OFFICE) - £40K-£50K - 1-3YRS PRIOR FINANCE/TREASURY EXPERIENCE
A leading player in consumer technology is looking to hire an interim Data Protection Manager to join their small but global privacy function from their office in Surrey.
This is for all Service Desk Analysts looking to secure a 2 year FTC within part of the UK Government body.
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The role of a support worker
Professionals in support worker jobs are charged with taking care of the wellbeing of people in their day-to-day lives. Typically, they will work with people with a range of physical disabilities and mental health needs.
The goal of those in health care support worker jobs is to support people to live more independent lives by providing both emotional and physical support. However, it is worth noting that support worker jobs are incredibly varied, as every person they will work with has unique needs, and the day-to-day job will differ depending on these needs.
Duties can include helping people to do daily tasks, from shopping and cooking to socialising and visiting the doctor. In many cases, they will also need to teach people new life skills such as using public transport or paying bils, and provide them and their family with emotional support. Providing physical support, such as personal care, is often a large part of the role too, as is supporting healthcare needs, like ensuring medication has been taken.
As supporting people to live independently is the goal of health care support workers, responsibilities may also include encouraging the development of personal skills thorough hobbies, education and socialising - and signposting people to community groups and college courses that may benefit them.
The work environment is also varied. Some support workers will work mainly in people’s homes, while others will operate from supported living services, care homes, and out in the community. Many support workers will need to travel to and from these different settings throughout the day.
Support workers are required to work alongside many other professionals to meet their goals. This could include social workers and healthcare professionals such as doctors and nurses.
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We have a variety of support worker jobs available across the UK, from junior to senior level positions. Whether you’re interested in working in private healthcare, or public sector jobs, we can help you find the perfect role to match your skills and interests.
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What qualifications do I need to become a support worker?
There are no specific qualifications needed to become a support worker, and employers in the sector will commonly provide training when a new support worker moves into a role. However, people who want to become support workers can get an advantage by completing NVQs or similar qualifications in the health and social care sector. T Level qualifications in health would also be useful for people hoping to enter the role.
What skills does a support worker need to have?
First and foremost, support workers must have a strong interest in helping other people. Excellent listening skills are another prerequisite, as is the ability to communicate clearly and in a sensitive and empathetic manner. Furthermore, problem solving skills, time management and organisation, and high levels of empathy and patients will all be very useful in this role.
What is a support work job?
Professionals in health care support worker jobs support people who have physical disabilities or mental health needs to live a more independent life. This can involve everything from helping with personal care and medication to teaching new life skills and encouraging new hobbies.
Is a support worker a good job?
Support work can be a very fulfilling and rewarding job as professionals build relationships with the people they’re assisting. The role is people-facing, which is a good fit for those with strong interpersonal skills, and can provide a very varied working environment. The average salary for a support worker in the UK was £21,943 in 2023, according to a Glassdoor survey.
How to get a job as a support worker
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