Do you want to make a real difference to the lives of families in YOUR local community?
A driving license and access to a car are essential for this role
Then this could be the role for you!
As a Children’s Support Worker, you will provide support to assist parent carers with morning and after school routines and to occasionally take a much-needed break.
We require support for children with physical and learning disabilities, both in their own homes and to enable them to access activities in the community during evenings and weekends.
This role would be ideal for someone starting a career in social care, or for someone who enjoys supporting families in need of a little help.
We are looking for creative-thinking, passionate people to provide support to children in Salford who have complex needs or physical disabilities. We provide high-quality, tailored services designed to meet the needs of each family.
All training will be provided, we just need people who want to make a difference, people who care...is that you?
Want to know a little more before applying?...call us on 0161 445 9595
Join our friendly team who are proud to deliver quality care.
We are CQC rated 'Good' in all of our locations.
|No previous experience required, training provided|
|Looking for early mornings, evenings and/or weekends|
|You are caring, compassionate and creative|
|Want to work with a great team|
|Excellent communication skills|
|A driving license and access to a car are required|
|£10.15 - £13.54 per hour|
|All training costs covered|
|Competitive mileage allowance 45p per mile|
|Training and Development opportunities to complete QCF – Social Care Diploma Level 2 & 3|
|Proud Members of Employers for Carers|
|Employee Assistance Programme|
|Generous refer a friend scheme|
|Access to CarerSmart and NHS discount schemes offering you money saving vouchers and discounts|
Caring can be very rewarding, but also very demanding and can affect physical and mental well-being. Many carers are trying to work, study and look after other family members in addition to their caring responsibilities. We believe it is important to ensure carers are aware of support available as early as possible.
We are a not for profit registered charity providing high quality care at home and support services for carers and people with care needs.
We are also a Network Partner of Carers Trust, the UK’s largest charity for, with and about carers. We work across Cheshire and Warrington, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Shropshire and Herefordshire.
We have almost 250 trained professionals, helping close to 9000 people, including over 600 young carers, with practical and emotional support each year.