Night Support Workers(Night & Days available) – Eller Beck Court, Extra Care Facility and Outreach

Exciting New Opportunity for Night support workers in Extra Care

In continuing with its work in caring for and supporting older people the charity has forged a new partnership with Housing 21 where its role will be to provide the care and support services into a brand-new Extra Care scheme in Skipton.
We are now seeking to add to our friendly, values led team of support workers for this new service. We are looking for caring people with energy, enthusiasm and a desire and passion to provide high-quality service to older people to assist them in maintaining their independence and enjoying a high quality of life for longer. The role will also incorporate the exciting development of a new outreach service into the community.
We are looking to appoint people with strong personal values aligned to those of the charity to establish a new service fit both for this decade and the next. Experience is not always necessary as full training will be provided.
If you are as excited about the prospect of a new challenge as we are then we would like to speak with you as it may be just the role you are looking for.


Job Title:


Support Worker  – Eller Beck Court Extra Care Facility and Outreach

SP2 £18,649 to SP7 £20,444 (dependent upon experience)


Permanent – Full Time (37 hours) part time and Care Bank considered – To work shifts across days, evenings and weekends. Permanent night positions also available. Flexible working arrangements considered including weekend working, nights and term time only contracts


Closing Date:

Interview Date:

Based at Eller Beck Extra Care Scheme – Skipton

All Applications will be considered when submitted

To be arranged with applicant




Catholic Care was founded in 1863 and continually evolves its services to meet the needs of people today and tomorrow. The charity now cares for adults, children & families and helps those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable and marginalized; people of all faiths or of no faith at all. The charity also employs people of all faiths and none

What we offer our employees

• competitive salary (we pay in accordance with the NJC pay scale)

A minimum of 22 days paid annual leave for full time employees ( pro rata ) with 3 additional days after 5 years, plus 8 days bank holidays and an additional 3 days standard.
• group personal pension scheme
• comprehensive induction programme with ongoing learning and development
• regular supervision and annual appraisal
• career progression opportunities
• UK Healthcare Scheme

How to apply

To apply for this position please download the application form, complete and submit with the form below.

The Application Form is in PDF format. It is designed to be completed in Adobe Acrobat Reader which is a free to download software.


Alternatively download and print a copy of the application form and post to:

Human Resources Administrator
Catholic Care
11 North Grange Road


Please ensure that you complete the Additional Information on the application form. This section is for you to tell Catholic Care why you are the most suited candidate for the position. Please use this opportunity to sell yourself as a candidate, how you meet the essential requirements and how you can demonstrate you can work to the values of Catholic Care.


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Catholic Care is an Equal Opportunities employer

At Catholic Care we provide services to people of all faiths and none and also employ people of all faiths and none.