Ancillary Support Worker

Pay rate

£8.00 - £9.00

Join us

Looking for a career where you can grow, develop your skills and share in the joy of doing something amazing?

We’re looking for 10 outstanding young people to join our award-winning team of carers for people with learning disabilities, autism and complex health needs.

About the role

As an Ancillary Support Worker you’ll…

  • Support activities in and out of our homes
  • Teach life skills and help people gain independence
  • Help people to live well through cooking, cleaning and laundry etc.
  • Start a career that could lead anywhere: IT, HR, management, marketing…

Ancillary Support Workers needed

As an Ancillary Support Worker, you’ll be part of a supportive and closely knit team delivering exceptional care to adults with learning disabilities and complex needs living in our care homes. Make it a career with amazing progression opportunities, with more
than 90 roles. Build skills, follow your interests and explore new horizons.

Rated Platinum by Investors in People and Outstanding by the CQC, we believe that care should be a career that’s rewarding, where you’ll be respected and where your wellbeing is supported while you make a real difference to peoples’ lives.

  • £8 per hour (at 16 yrs old)
  • £9 per hour (at 17 yrs old)
  • Flexible working with hours to fit around your lifestyle or studies
  • Fully paid bespoke training – no experience is needed to apply
  • Fully paid DBS
  • Free meals on shift

Working with people with learning disabilities and complex needs is an amazing experience and a fantastic career, but we only recruit people with empathy, ambition, compassion, a willingness to help and a real commitment to our clients.

Everything we do is about helping people to live their lives to the fullest, encouraging them to try new things, learn new life skills, connect with their communities and live an ‘ordinary’ life. No day is alike: One day, you’ll be going on a trip to the shops, the next you’re bringing a surprise horse to a birthday party or arranging an inflatable pub (yes, this happened). You’ll be getting out and about, helping people experience different exciting, fun activities and trying new things.

Thanks to our unique, data-driven systems and our One Team approach, a career with Home From Home Care is unlike working with any other care provider.

Our mentoring scheme means you’ll keep gaining skills, knowledge and experience throughout your career, helping you progress into senior roles fast: Almost all of our Registered and Assistant Managers joined us as Support Workers, having been trained and promoted internally.

We’re also passionate about the health and wellbeing of our team members and we respect diversity and work-life balance: We offer multiple shift patterns to suit your needs and we have a supportive environment where everyone is cared for.

This amazing opportunity will see you start your career , but, with drive and determination, you really can progress to any role, whether it’s as a manager, IT tech guru or a member of our transitions team or somewhere in between.

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