Being a Support Worker is an incredibly rewarding role, as you will be working directly with the people we support, helping to maximise their independence and develop their social and life skills.
We have Support Worker opportunities across many of our residential and supported living services in Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Weston-super-Mare, working to support people with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs.
As a Support Worker you will work directly with the people we support with their daily activities, personal care and other aspects of physical and emotional support, to help them to live their lives independently. This will include both in the community and in their home, which they may share with other people.
Our values are at the heart of everything we do; we start with the person; we bring people close; we take our creativity to work with us; and we are courageous in our approach. Whether you’re new to care or have worked in Support Worker roles throughout your career, this could be the job for you. For us it is about you as an individual and whether you share our values, and are committed to making a positive difference to the lives of the people we support – we can support you to learn the rest!
Why work with us?
If you choose to work with us, you’ll have the added benefit of working in a varied and rewarding role, which not only provides you with the satisfaction of helping others, but also gives you the opportunity to thrive in your career.
We’re committed to providing excellent high-quality learning opportunities, including the opportunity to undertake a level 3 or 5 Diploma in Health and Social Care. Other benefits include:
- £500 Welcome Bonus for Support Workers
- 30 days Annual Leave Entitlement
- Access to an Employee Discount Platform from Day 1, with discounts and cash back for hundreds of retailers
- Refer a Friend Scheme earning you up to £750 for each referral
- Company Pension
- Job Satisfaction
- Competitive salary
- Generous Occupational Maternity/Paternity pay
- Learning and development opportunities for you to build your career
- Access to a Health Cash Plan on completion of probation, giving you access to a minimum of £695 cash back for health treatments e.g. Dental, Therapies, Optical, Maternity/Paternity, NHS Prescriptions etc.
To read more about what we do at Milestones Trust please visit www.milestonestrust.org.uk
What happens next?
At the Trust, we have an in-house recruitment team, who will support you throughout the entire process. We understand that applying for a job can be stressful, so if you have any questions about your application, or would like an informal chat about the role, please call us on 01179 709 333.
You can submit your CV directly to us by following the Apply Now steps below. If you need to request a different version of the application form, please reach out to us on the number above or email email@example.com