Support Worker (Full Time/Part Time) from a minimum of 16 – 37.5 hours per week
Flexible shifts over a 24/7 week, 365 days a year (incl. weekends, bank holidays and sleep-in shifts on a rota basis)
Salary – £20,475 FTE (£10.50 per hour) Rising to £21,225 (£10.90 per hour) subject to completion of a satisfactory skills assessment after 6 months.
At the Minstead Trust, we celebrate people by working to provide excellent support to those with wide-ranging care needs. Without our incredible team of staff and volunteers, we simply wouldn’t be where we are today! We are always looking to welcome people who are passionate, dynamic and able to celebrate difference.
‘Working for Minstead Trust has been the best job I’ve had; I feel so lucky to be working as a support worker as it’s such a rewarding job.
The people we support are brilliant and I know I make a real difference to their lives.
Since becoming a Support Worker, I definitely see things differently and don’t take things for granted. I feel that anything is possible and everything is achievable and the people we support are proof of this.’ – Support Worker, New Forest Supported Living
What are we looking for?
What Benefits can we offer you?
Our Vision at Minstead Trust is to live in a society where people with learning disabilities enjoy fulfilling lives of their own choosing.
As a trust, our mission is to support people with learning disabilities to fully develop their individual potential by providing opportunities, enhancing life skills, ensuring informed choice, and influencing society.
Please contact the HR Department on 02380 812297 if you have any questions.
To view other opportunities at Minstead Trust, please visit – https://www.minsteadtrust.org.uk/charity/jobs
To find out more about the Trust, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcslp66ohEM
This role is working in a regulated activity and will be subject to a DBS disclosure.
No terminology in the advert you have seen is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we will gladly accept applications from all sections of the community.
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