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The Jubilee House Care Trust Limited

Support Worker

Job Type

Salary

Location

Full /Part Time

Region

£9.64 – £9.81 per hour

Posted Date

Welwyn Garden City

Closing Date

Hertfordshire

11 May 2021

29 June 2021

We have exciting opportunities for Support Workers to come and work for a local Charity in Welwyn Garden City. We have been empowering adults and children with learning disabilities to live their lives, their way for 43 years in and around the local community.

We have a diverse range of services which are located in close proximity to each other. Each service is unique in the fact that they all support individuals with a variety of additional needs. As a Charity we are looking for the very best support workers for our service users – you will need to be passionate, empathetic and motivated to share our values and behaviours. This role is very rewarding however it will be challenging too, you will need to be resilient, up for a challenge and come from an experienced support worker background.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you now!

In return we offer you a competitive salary, fully funded DBS, fully funded Diploma in Health and Social Care (various levels), ongoing support and training to progress your career at Jubilee House, an annual salary review and Employee Assistance Programme.

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