Male Support Worker - Driver required
£9.50 per hour effective as of 1st April 2022
If you have Care Worker, community services or healthcare experience, we want to hear from you. Voyage Care is seeking exceptional and compassionate Support Workers nationwide. Join us to do amazing work that makes a difference to people with varying degrees of physical and learning disabilities, promoting independence and supporting them to lead a fulfilling life with both therapy-based and social activities.
Throughout a typical day, you'll help our residents with the everyday challenges of washing, dressing and eating. Enabling them to carry out activities that most people take for granted but are really meaningful for your client. You'll be out and about, enjoying life together and no single day will be the same.
Previous experience is not essential as you'll receive training tailored to the needs of the people you support, with guidance from another Support Worker. Various shifts are available, with rates and benefits that help support key care workers.
In addition to an excellent hourly rate of pay, Support Workers will enjoy benefits including:
- Paid DBS** and holidays
- Salary scale / progression if you want it
- Life insurance and pension scheme
- Retail rewards and savings
- Long service awards
- Refer a friend
**Should your employment with Voyage Care terminate for any reason within the first 3 months of your employment start date, the full cost of the DBS will be repayable back to us. Deducted from your final salary
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We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the people we support. All successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS/PVG check and Regulated Activity which will include a check against the Barred adult list.
* Some of our roles require male or female employees only, where this is indicated it is a genuine occupational requirement, in accordance with the Equality Act 2010