Being a Support Worker or Personal Assistant in our Learning Disability services is incredibly rewarding, as you will be working directly with the people we support, helping to maximise their independence and develop their social and life skills.
What we offer
Being a Support Worker or Personal Assistant in our Mental Health services is incredibly rewarding, as you will be working directly with the people we support, enabling them to regain control of their mental health, and building resilience to manage good emotional wellbeing through skills development and coping strategies.
Our supported living services are built around the people we support and their needs. Whether they want us to pop in once a week to help with bills or would like us to provide 24/7 support, being a Support Worker or Personal Assistant in our Supported Living services is incredibly rewarding.
Being a part of the Trust Office team, based at our offices in Staple Hill in Bristol, means playing a crucial role in the success of our services and the care of the people we support.
Working in our Day Opportunities services involves supporting people to get out and about in the community, an important step in them boosting confidence, learning new skills, and socialising.
Some of our best success stories come from people who started with us as an Apprentice, so what better way to gain a fully funded Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care whilst earning as you learn.
Volunteering can be a great way to build your CV, demonstrating your commitment to something you feel passionate about and helping you build confidence and experience in a new environment.