You’ll definitely be a source of emotional support and a trusted friend so you might go places with the person you are supporting like a football match, the cinema, a local club or even on holiday. The people you work with might go to work and live independently which could mean you support several people or they might have more severe needs and require full time support. Working as a support worker means you’ll be helping people to live their best life, supporting them to do what matters and helping put a smile of their face.
- Pay will vary based on the role and employer.
- £8.91 – £14.23 per hour
- Average full time salary £16,662
- Example pay taken from real adverts across the North West
- Part-time/Full-time roles available
- Training available (do not have to be qualified)
You must be or are willing to be
COVID-19 DOUBLE JABBED!
From November 11th 2021 it is national requirement that anyone entering a care home be fully vaccinated. This will apply to most people unless there is an emergency or a medical exemption. The Government has more recently announced that this will be extended to all frontline health and social care workers from April 2022.
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