We wanted to reassure you during these challenging and unprecedented times that safety remains paramount for our residents, our teams and any potential new colleague wishing to join.

We are reaching out to those in other industries with vital transferable skills, that have found themselves not able to work because of company closure. We have bank, permanent and part-time opportunities for you to consider within our homes and in the community, full training and support will all be provided and again your safety will be our priority.

Available Bank roles can be seen here

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Support Worker - Gt Yarmouth and surrounding villages


Great Yarmouth and surrounding villages

Salary & Benefits

Hourly rates are £9.51 to £10.31 plus mileage paid at 20p per mile

Vacancy Type

Full Time,

Part Time,


Support Worker – Great Yarmouth and surrounding villages

Hourly rates are £9.51 (weekdays) and £10.31 (weekends) plus mileage at 20p per mile


Hours required are part time initially working towards full time with the option to work in the Domiciliary department for additional hours.

  • Some experience preferred in dealing with adults with learning disabilities; Autism/ Asperger’s, mental health, disabled parent and children and challenging behaviour.
  • Car owner/driver is essential in this role for ease of attending social engagements, appointments and so on
  • The candidate must have the following qualities: be flexible, reliable, sociable and possess a helpful, willing and friendly nature
  • We offer full training and the option of working towards NVQ and specialist training


As a Support Worker, you will be involved in supporting the daily activities of our clients in a person-centred manner; promoting their dignity, independence, well-being, and becoming an integral part of their lives.

Assistance is required with the following tasks (though not limited to):

  • General housekeeping including cleaning, laundry, cooking and gardening
  • Taking and accompanying on social visits and activities including college visits, shopping trips, lunches and other outings
  • Essentially, ensuring a high standard of  support is delivered by recognising, facilitating and assisting with day-to-day needs

Personal Attributes:

  • To treat all clients with privacy, dignity, respect, independence, choice, rights and fulfilment.
  • Maintain a professional manner when dealing with relatives.


This is a personally rewarding role with competitive pay where you can build on your skills and experience, whilst delivering exceptional support to our service users and their families.

We are a small team that are recognised on our outstanding service so a fun yet professional attitude is a must!