£16022 - £21842 per annum + overtime and pension
over 1 year ago
Waking Night Support Worker Jobs / Care Jobs / Preston
Waking Night Support Workers / Care Workers required in and around the Preston area to support Young People who have mild, moderate and severe autistic spectrum conditions and associated complex learning support needs.
Shift pattern of 4 on, 4 off. Working from the hours of 10:30pm - 9:00am
Day Support Workers also required £18,000 plus £75 per sleep or £19,000 if you have your NVQ level 3 in Children and Young People
We also have similar Support Worker vacancies in Leyland, Penwortham, Lostock Hall, Ribbleton, Ribchester and Southport and we are looking for Senior Support Workers and Deputy Managers as well
Waking Night Support Worker Benefits Include:
- Paid regular training - Including Team teach
- Above industry average salary and sleep in rate.
- Opportunity to work for an organisation that provides a clear career path and potential to grow within the organisation.
- Put through and paid NVQ Level 3 in Children and Young People within 6 months of starting.
- Perkbox (employee discount scheme)
At Vetro Recruitment we recognise that exceptional people always know other exceptional people, so why not earn £50 to £250 for referring them to Vetro Recruitment.
We also have temporary, bank and ad-hoc roles available so if you have experience in care please apply.
At Vetro Recruitment, we have over 25 years experience helping people plan their career path, navigate the job market and find their ideal role. We pride ourselves on the service we offer our candidates. We will work alongside you at all stages of the job application process and help you identify, apply for and secure your ideal role. Whether you are looking for a permanent or temporary position we're here to help.
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 Recruitment is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone