Support Worker jobs in Shoebury

Found 52 jobs
    • Gamston
    • Up to £18,669.74
    • Posted 1 day ago

    Support Worker - Learning Disabilities - Days 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...

    • Cromer
    • weekly pay
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Support Worker - Learning Disabilities - Cromer, Norfolk area. Gap Healthcare are currently looking for several Support Workers to join a lively residential service in Cromer. The positions are for day and night staff, with both short and long shifts available. The successful candidates will be assisting service users with a range of learning di...

    • Diss
    • weekly pay
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Support Worker - Mental Health - Diss, Norfolk. Gap Healthcare are looking for Support Workers to join a 32 bed, low to medium secure mental health hospital in Diss. The positions are for day and night staff. The successful candidates will be assisting service users with Autism / ASD, challenging behaviours, learning disabilities and profound an...

    • Dereham
    • weekly pay
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Support Worker - Learning Disabilities - Dereham, Norfolk area. Gap Healthcare are currently looking for several Support Workers to join a 12 bed residential service specialising in ASD, Down syndrome and challenging behaviour. The service is based in Dereham and the suppport worker positions are for day and night staff, with both short and long...

    • Norfolk
    • weekly pay
    • Posted 6 days ago

    Support Worker - Learning Disabilities - Dereham Gap Healthcare are currently looking for several Support Workers to join a 12 bed residential service based in Dereham. The positions are for day and night staff, with both short and long shifts available. The successful candidates will be assisting service users with a range of learning disabilit...