Support Worker at Community Solutions
£9.05 - £10.00 per hour dependent on qualifications (overtime available at enhanced rates)
Change your career, change someone’s life.
Have you always wanted a job where you are making a difference to someone’s life? Would you like to support someone to developing greater independence and skills for life?
If so, then here at Community Solutions we have the role for you. We are looking for Support Workers who have a ‘can do’ attitude, outgoing and caring but have a calm demeanor when needed. You don’t have to have experience but just the right attitude and share our values. We will ensure you receive first class training when you join us and throughout your career at Hesley Group.
Community Solutions is one of our adult provisions which is made up of three spacious houses and two individual homes and is based in the centre of Thorne. Community Solutions is within walking distance of local facilities including a supermarket, shops, cafes, restaurants, parks and leisure facilities. The larger town centres of Doncaster and Goole can be easily accessed by bus.
Being a Support Worker isn’t just about supporting someone in day to day life, it’s about having fun! The people we support are very involved in the things they like to do so they would love their Support Workers to play an active part in the things they enjoy as well. Fun could be anything from listening to music, gardening, going to church or even going to the seaside. We provide support that is person centred so that everyone has the right support for them.
A Support Worker is not a 9-5 job, and we understand your own time is precious therefore we have a fixed rota so you know exactly what shifts you would be working well in advance.
A career as a Support Worker is incredibly rewarding, challenging and offers a level of job satisfaction you won’t find elsewhere. You will be joining a team whose focus is to provide support of the highest quality, safeguard and promote the needs of the people we support. You will be joining a company who values its employees.
If you're unsure whether or not you would enjoy and excel at being a Support Worker within one of our services you can take our interactive quiz. You don’t need to register to complete it and your answers will be completely anonymous. Completing the quiz will give you a real insight into the role of being a Support Worker with Hesley Group. You'll be given instant on-screen feedback from your answers throughout the quiz and an overall summary at the end on whether this could be the ideal career for you.
You may find the following information and document links useful to read through before applying for the vacancy of Support Worker at Community Solutions:
Hours of work - Full-time average of 36 hours per week (part-time hours may also be available)
Weekdays: Earlies 07:30 – 14:45, Lates 13:15 – 21:45
Weekends: Earlies 07:30 – 13:45, Lates 13:15 – 21:45
Benefits of working for us:
• excellent hourly and enhanced overtime rates
• three weeks paid intensive induction where you will obtain recognised qualifications for:
- Diploma Level 2/3
- Care Certificate (Adult Services)
- HELP (Hesley Enhancing Lives Programme)
- Health and Safety
- First Aid
- Food Safety
• paid breaks and 6 weeks paid holiday
• continuous support and feedback through 1:1 supervision
• ongoing free mandatory and development training days
• regular promotion opportunities
• pension scheme
Your Guide to Being a Support Worker Leaflet
Additional Information for Applicants
To see and hear what it's like to work for the Hesley Group and how we all help to make a difference you can watch our short films. For an informal discussion about this role please contact the Community Solutions Admin Team on 01405 818580
To apply online click the button above, alternatively to request an application pack please email email@example.com
stating the job reference number TH/04/SW/19 and also your full name and address.
Hesley Group is an Equal Opportunities employer.
Because of the nature of its work with children and vulnerable adults the Hesley Group uses the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) to make checks at an enhanced level on all persons whose work or proposed work for any Group Company will involve regular contact with or working in close proximity to children and vulnerable adults in the Group’s care. This post is subject to the enhanced level DBS check, please ensure you complete the form by clicking the link above before continuing with your application Our user reference for the check system is HESLEY with password Hesley. A summary of the Group's policy is available by clicking here.