Support Worker

Leeds, West Yorkshire (Hunslet, Armley and Chapel Allerton)
£17374.50 Per Annum
29 Nov 2021
27 Dec 2021
Contract Type

Support Worker

We are seeking a dedicated and compassionate Support Worker to help to improve the lives of the adults with autism.

You will be working for a charity dedicated to helping create a more autism friendly society. You will make a positive difference to people's lives every day. It's rewarding, challenging and loads of fun; you'll meet some great people, and have access to brilliant training and development opportunities!

Position: Day Support Worker

Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire (Hunslet, Armley and Chapel Allerton)

Hours: Full and part- time - Mon – Fri, 9am – 4.30pm. There are a variety of Part Time working options available

Salary: £17,374.50 per annum (£8.91 Per hour)

About the role:

As a Support Worker you will be working within day and outreach settings, helping to improve the lives of the adults supported by promoting understanding and acceptance of people with autism, and helping them to be included and feel valued within their communities. You will be committed to maximising personal liberties and enabling people to make choices and decisions about their own lives.

Key responsibilities will include:


  • Supporting people to develop their skills
  • Identifying opportunities for personal development
  • Developing confidence and self-esteem
  • Promoting physical and mental wellbeing
  • Supporting people to plan their own support
  • Facilitating communication and social understanding
  • Helping people to develop coping strategies and manage behaviour
  • Providing practical and emotional support


About you:

You don’t need to have worked in supported social care before to apply for this role, if you are caring, kind, patient this is for you.

Ideally you will have some experience of challenging behaviour or working with people with disabilities or learning difficulties, but this is not essential as full training will be provided.

You will need to have the ability to empathise and advocate for the needs of people with autism and/or learning disabilities, great communication skills and basic IT skills.

If you want to work in a job that is genuinely rewarding, then apply today!

Whilst experience is not essential as full training will be provided, we very much welcome previous experience of working with adults with learning disabilities, Care Worker, Health Care Assistant, Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Care Assistant, Mental Health Care Worker, Voluntary Worker.

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