Salary: £11 per hour
Service Type: Residential
Speciality: Autism, Learning Disabilities and Mental Health
Do you want to work for an award-winning company? Active Prospects were awarded with an Outstanding Best Companies rating in 2021 and ranked on the UKs Best Workplaces 2023 by Great places to work UK! Our training and development have won various awards over the years and in 2022 we won Trainer of the year at the Learning Disabilities and Autism awards.
Active Prospects are recruiting for a Support Worker to join our friendly team at Millview in Charlwood. Millview supports up to 5 adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs to live independently where each person we support has their own room in a shared bungalow. Our fantastic training department will provide all the relevant training and support.
Experience is not essential – Ideal candidates for this role will be required to have excellent listening and communication skills with empathy and a positive support approach.
As an employee of Active Prospects, you will be entitled to our range of benefits such as:
Competitive Hourly rate of £11 per hour
Training opportunities – NVQ Level 3/5 qualifications
Opportunity to learn skills to progress (80% of our managers started as Support Workers!)
Opportunity to enrol on our Leadership Programme for Future Leaders
Double Pay on some bank holidays
Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Leave Enhanced Pay
Access to a Blue Light Discount Card (for retail, holidays, gym memberships etc)
Free access to our Employee Assistance Programme
Eye Care Voucher Scheme
Refer a Friend Scheme (Earn £500 per successful referral!)
Email: email@example.com / Contact Number: 01737 924084 / Website: https://activeprospects.org.uk/
Please note that all offers are subject to satisfactory completion of our pre-employment compliance standards, including an enhanced DBS check.
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