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  • Salary:

    £9.51 - £10.66 per hour

  • Contact:

    Jennie Robinson

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  • Contact phone:

    02921 660 880

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Jennie Robinson

Support Workers / Learning Disabilities / Autism
We are recruiting experienced Support Workers to work with adults (both male and female) with complex needs, learning disabilities and autism.
The service is specialist in providing care for the following groups, in separate and dedicated units:
  • Men and women with learning disabilities
  • Women with a dual diagnosis of personality disorder
  • Men and women with Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Men with forensic histories, including sexual offending
  • Both men and women with highly complex and severe challenging behaviour through our High Intensity Service
Pay & Benefits
  • Starting at £9.51 p/h
  • £50 Support Worker Referral Scheme
  • Worker of the month - opportunity to win £50 of shopping vouchers
  • £1000 Golden Bonus raffle entry
  • 24 hour shifts with sleep pay
  • Company Pension
  • Immediate starts available
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Attractive joining incentives and pension scheme
  • Annual Leave
  • Free comprehensive training available
  • 6 months support experience is desirable
  • Drivers are desirable but not essential
  • Right to Work in the UK
  • Ability to communicate at all levels
MVA (Management of violence of aggression) training is required for this service. If you already have this please state this on your application but if not we can provide this training as part of your onboarding (3 day course)

We have a mixture of full time and ad hoc posts available so please state your availability on your application
Vetro Recruitment acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Vetro is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merit alone