Support Worker

Job Ref: HuntsCSWNov
Occupation: Social Care
Job Type: Temporary
Date Added: 24 November 2021
  • Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, UK Huntingdon Cambridgeshire GBR PE29 6JD
  • Alice Carter
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Support Worker to work with Adolescents in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

Interviews on Zoom.

Successful candidates will be working with 11 to 18-year-old children and young people who have been placed in the care system for various reasons. Children and young people may have learning disabilities, complex needs and display challenging behaviour. The day-to-day routines vary from taking young people to education, shopping, leisure activities as well as household tasks. Personal care might be required with some service users.

In return we can offer flexible working to suit your lifestyle with various shift times available, a great team and a fabulous work environment.

A minimum of 6 months recent relevant UK experience within a similar setting is required.

Benefits of joining Medacs Healthcare:

  • Weekly payroll
  • Excellent rates of pay
  • Experienced recruitment consultants 24/7
  • Free mandatory training
  • Recommend a friend reward scheme
  • Holiday pay

Why Medacs Healthcare?

With a reputation for delivering high quality care, Medacs Healthcare is one of the UK's leading health care agencies. As well as being committed to caring for our clients, Medacs Healthcare also cares for its staff. Our professional and friendly approach gives our workers the support they need to grow and develop in their role. Our staff are valued and encouraged to be the best they can be.

So if you are passionate about being a children support worker, join Medacs Healthcare today.

Apply today! Or alternatively, call 01480 421 800.

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22/12/2021 10:23:44
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