Work for us

Being a support worker


As a support worker you may wish to work with our children and young people, or our young adults.


Children’s

We provide the best care and education, for our children and young people.

Your role may cover:
- Supporting children and young people within the Children’s Home, and with their learning in the classroom
- Supporting children and young people within the Children’s Home alone

No two days will be the same – as well as providing support and care, you may be assisting them with their learning; going out on life-skills trips to the beach; parks; bowling alleys; helping them with activities such as Halloween and Christmas parties; and much more!

Adults

Your role may cover:
- Supporting our residential or respite young adults
- Supporting within our community living accommodation

Our young adults like to have a lot of fun, and you will help them take part in a variety of exciting activities, such as sensory music, performing & creative arts and social outings, such as festivals, football matches, cinema, and alot more.

Why you should join our fantastic team

We are looking for people who have a positive, patient and flexible attitude along with good communication skills and a passion to engage with children and young adults who have a disability.

We provide a 24 hour a day, seven day a week service, and have opportunities for full-time, part-time and night staff. We offer a comprehensive Induction programme, full training and on-going support in your role so you can achieve your career aspirations.

You will be involved in assisting them to communicate; understanding their individuals needs; building empowering relationships

We have great facilities such as hydrotherapy pool; rebound activities and use of our Seale Hayne site.

You will be ensuring that our children and young adults are looked after in a caring and stimulating environment so they have choices and can achieve their ambitions, and with your help, we can provide a service that transforms the lives.