Working to make a real difference
We are looking for an excellent values driven person for the role of a Support Worker plus Outreach across our supported living homes for adults with a learning disability and also out in the community. in the Leeds and Brighouse areas. The Charity does not employ agency staff and has a team of dedicated bank and floating staff to support the homes and outreach contracts.
Do you have a caring nature? Do you like helping people? Can you work in a flexible way? Then you could be part of a dedicated team caring for adults with a learning disability in a supported living setting and / or supporting adults with a learning disability or older people on an outreach basis within the local community;
Our main priority is to find people with the right values and behaviours who can help us to ensure our work place values are at the heart of everything we do. These will be dedicated people, who believe that it is the fundamental right of everyone to be treated in a way that promotes choice and respects their dignity and privacy.
It is not always necessary to have experience. From day one Catholic Care will support you with your learning and development. If this appeals to you then working in our services might just be for you. If you celebrate diversity, value inclusivity, compassion and empathy, we would welcome an application from you.
Catholic Care is a faith-based charity providing care and support for people from different cultural and religious backgrounds and enable integration to the local community.
We employ people of all faiths and none.
Support Worker + Outreach
SP2 – SP7 £18,649 – £20,444 pro rata dependent on qualifications and experience
Vacancy covering: – North Kirklees/ Calderdale, Leeds, Bingley, Skipton
Until position filled
To be arranged with applicant
You would be required to work, in a person-centred way, as part of the team to help and support adults at risk to live independently in their own home, to enhance their skills and ability and to assist each person in making choices and decisions.
Experience and Qualifications
You must be prepared to work towards achieving a minimum of Level 2 Diploma, in Health and Social Care (Adults). You will be required to have effective computer and IT skills.
What we offer our employees
• competitive salary (we pay in accordance with the NJC pay scale)
• 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
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.