Hays Social Care are looking for an experienced and dedicated Support Worker to work in Llandeilo.
This is your chance to join an amazing team of Support workers in a large organisation in Wales.
Your new company
Fantastic temporary to permanent opportunity to work as a Support Worker for a well-established Care Provider that provides services for Adults with Learning Disabilities. Our clients are looking for a dedicated and passionate Support Worker to join their team.
Your new role
You will be working with people to help them develop their independence and will need to combine your professional experience and skills to work with adults on a day to day basis to promote their independence and ensure that they have fun while staying safe.
What you will need to succeed
To be considered for this Support Work role, you will need to have experience working with Adults with Learning Disabilities. You will also need either access to your own car or be able to travel flexibly on public transport. You will need to be compassionate, patient and level headed. You will need to have a genuine desire to provide meaningful, considered support and the ability to thrive in a person centred environment.
What you will get in return:
- Competitive Pay
- Weekly Pay
- Progression Opportunities
- Full training will be provided
- PBM - Positive Behaviour Management training - (If already achieved that's great!)
- £250 reward when you refer a colleague
- Free DBS Certificate
What you need to do now
If you are interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Annabelle from Hays Social Care now on
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