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Support Worker

Posted: 12th November 2019
  • Location: West End, London
  • Salary: GBP18000 - GBP20000 per annum
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Support Worker - Learning Disability - West London Area

***** Supporting adults with Learning Disabilities - Residential Setting
***** Full support and training - Permanent Position
***** £18000 for a 37.5 hours a week contract, which includes alternate weekends
***** With overtime sleep-ins, you can earn up to £20,300 per year
***** Great opportunity for those who want to progress in the social care field
***** Must be able to work 2 weekends a month

Do you have experience supporting adults with Learning Disabilities? Would you be interested in working with an organisation who provides full support and training in order to help you progress? Do you have passion but no experience?

If you have answered yes and are available for work asap then we want to hear from you!

The role - Support Worker

A large and growing organisation with in the social care field are looking to appoint support workers to support adults with learning difficulties. Your main priority will be to ensure the safety of your clients and to promote independence. As a support worker will be expected to deliver outstanding self centered care to all clients within the service.

Additional information - Support Worker

- Min 37 hour contract
- 7 hour shifts over 5 days per week
- Induction and training given to all new and existing staff

How to apply - Support Worker

If you would like to apply for the role as a support worker then please send your CV first to Mo Alam at or call on 0203 846 7111 and ask for MO ALAM.


Residential Care Assistant,

We are currently looking for unqualified care assistants to work with elderly, Dementia & Alzheimer's in a residential homes in the area. Your role would be to motivate and encourage service users to be independent whilst supporting them with social, emotional and physical tasks and activities including personal care. As a care assistant you will be working as a team with the other staff to provide a high quality of person centered care to each service user. Communicating effectively with service users, families and members of staff to find their likes and preferences.

You will:
* Hold a valid DBS (Conducted in the last 12 months)
* MUST have at least 3 months UK experience in the care sector
* Have a good level of English (written & verbal) skills
* MUST be happy to provide personal care
* Good knowledge of Person Centered Care & Team Work

If you have a DBS that is registered with the online update service, we can offer you work more quickly. You must be able to provide 5 years references and either have all mandatory training in date, or be prepared to complete this prior to starting your assignment. FRCE Recruitment Group will support you with your training needs if required.

For more information in the strictest of confidence e-mail MO ALAM at or call on 02038467111 and ask for MO ALAM quoting the job title and area.

FRCE Recruitment Group:

As one of the UK's leading recruiters, FRCE Recruitment Group specializes in all areas of Social Care Recruitment including Social Workers, Care Assistants, Social Worker Assistants, Community Support Workers, Residential Support Workers, Outreach Workers & Day Centre Officers.

For the latest "Care Assistant" opportunities please see our website for exclusive "Care Assistant" opportunities across all areas.

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