Support Worker – Halstead
Residential Care Services
Halstead S/W - R/L
Part Time and Bank opportunities available
Working at TLC is enormously varied and fulfilling. No two days are the same, but every day ends with a sense that you’ve made a difference to people’s lives.
We have opportunities for full time, part time or bank working. All requests for flexible working will be considered.
We are passionate, resilient, kind-hearted and creative. Working in social care allows us to support adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex mental health needs. Work is challenging but always rewarding.
Working for TLC, you will support individuals to maximise their potential and increase their independence, choice and community inclusion.
We fund all training, so no experience is necessary and training continues whilst working. The most important thing is that you are caring, compassionate and a desire to have a lasting positive impact on the lives of the people we support.
Key responsibilities for a Support Worker:
Our Support Workers provide a high level of personal, physical, and emotional care that can include all aspects of day-to-day activities, personal care and companionship. Despite its expected challenges, being TLC Support Worker is a role that is incredibly rewarding.
In return we offer:
• Paid DBS
• Extensive training and qualifications including Care Certificate
• 2-week induction with shift shadowing
• Blue Light Card (exclusive health and social benefit)
• “The Loyalty Club” including discounts on retail, leisure, holidays, fashion, gifts, groceries and much more
• Career Development
• Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
• Referral bonus of £300
• 5.6 weeks annual leave
• Auto enrolment pension scheme
Please note all applicants must already hold the legal right to work in the UK and be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (unless medically exempt) to be able to fulfil this role.
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