Glenholme Healthcare Ltd
Support Worker – Learning Disability Service
Location: Glenholme, Hightrees, Enfield, EN2, 9AA
Full-Time opportunities available for up to 37.5 hours per week
Hourly Rate: £10.50 – £11.00 Per Hour, £350 early pay advance, paid training Plus a wide range of health& wellbeing benefits & opportunity to develop & progress PLUS overtime opportunities.
Do you have a big smile? That can make a person’s face light up.
Are you a kind, compassionate, or empathetic? No experience required.
Whether you have been a Support Worker, Care Assistant or Carer previously or you come from a retail, hospitality, warehouse, cleaning, customer service, or admin background. We will provide ongoing training and support to you throughout your career with us.
Do you have patience and a sense of humour? Working as a care assistant or a Support worker isn’t always the easiest job, but we promise that it will be one of the most rewarding.
Benefits and perks as a Support Worker:
First-Week Advance: Earn up to £350 early pay at the end of your first week
A Salary increase once you have completed our paid for care certificate (An industry-recognised qualification)
Hastee Pay – withdraw up to 40% of your earned salary before payday as when you want
Flexibility (the choice to work from 1, 2, 3 or 4 days per week with alternate weekends off)
29 holidays (including your birthday off) plus length of service bonus holidays
Quarterly Awards to reward & recognise our amazing staff’s commitment and contribution and service performance related bonuses
Automatic entry into our Employee Assistance Programme offering: Personal and everyday advise on child support, financial advice, mental health and health & wellbeing
You’ll also receive our pension, life assurance cover & cycle2work scheme
Discounts on your favourite supermarkets, brands, restaurants & leisure
Free Blue Light Card
With the right training and support, you can help us to promote independence, choice, and inclusion. Every day you will make an invaluable contribution to the lives of people living with learning disabilities and will become more than just their support worker, you will become their companion too.
Duties of a Support Worker:
Personal Care & Support
The teaching of independent living skills
Management of medication
Community-based activities such as swimming, social activities, or other leisure activities
Sound good? Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity and apply today to become a Support Worker and join the Glenholme Healthcare family.
This job requires an Enhanced DBS to be carried out.
Job Code: GHHIG1
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