Support Worker jobs

Found 73 jobs
    • East Markham
    • Up to 20,304
    • Posted about 12 hours ago

    Support Worker – Learning Disabilities A great and exciting opportunity has just come available for a reliable and motivated Support Worker supporting young adults with complex needs. Do you want to make a difference on a daily basis and give support to young adults and enable them to live as independently as possible, then look no further! The ...

    • Gloucester
    • £17347 per annum
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Support Worker A great and exciting opportunity has just come available for a motivated Support Worker supporting adults with emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties. Do you want to make a difference on a daily basis and give support to adults and enable them to live as independently as possible, then look no further! My client is well ...

    • Hellesdon
    • Weekly Pay
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Support Worker - Hellesdon If you have a minimum of 6 months care experience as a Support Worker, and would like to join our friendly and dedicated Norwich team, please call today! *You can be ready to start as quickly as you'd like. *Flexible shifts (full and part-time) The role is focused on enabling and supporting service users to live their ...

    • Dereham
    • Weekly Pay
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Support Workers - Learning Disabilities - Dereham Gap Healthcare are looking for Support Workers to join a 12-bed residential service in Dereham. Flexible shifts - days and nights, short and long shifts. The successful candidates will be assisting service users with a range of learning disabilities, including Autism and Asperger's Syndrome. Esse...

    • Ipswich
    • upto 22197.50
    • Posted 4 days ago

    Support Worker – Learning Disabilities A great and exciting opportunity has just come available for a motivated Support Worker supporting adults with emotional, behavioural and learning difficulties. Do you want to make a difference on a daily basis and give support to adults and enable them to live as independently as possible, then look no fur...