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Salary: £11.00 - £12.50 per hour

Mental Health, Care and Support Workers


Enhanced bank holiday pay rates

We are recruiting for Mental Health, Care and Support Workers to assist within supported living projects and outreach roles in Gloucestershire. We are looking to recruit day staff and night staff immediately for the role.

If you're interested in applying for the support worker position, please call us on 01865 727751

We are looking for Mental Health, Care and Support Workers who really enjoy making a difference to people's lives. You will be providing a high level of care and ensuring their safety and well being and be a positive, encouraging role model.

We are looking for Mental Health, Care and Support Workers to work with service users who have mental health issues, autism, brain injuries and learning disabilities as well as Youth Workers during the day and for night shifts too. As well as supporting clients in the community and in a supported living project, some of the clients will need more of a therapeutic approach.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 3 months experience working in a similar role and be just as capable lone working as they are working within a team.

If you are interested in a care and support role, please do not hesitate to get in touch on 01865727751.


Completely Care Ltd is a specialist recruitment consultancy for Social Care, Health care, Childcare and Education in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Bristol and South Wales.

We offer the highest level of customer service, great rates of pay, uniform, FREE refresher training and a variety of shifts and times.

We also offer a Recommend a Friend scheme where once the friend has completed 100 hours you'll be in for a £50 high street shopping voucher!*

Call Completely Care Ltd to apply on 01865 727751 or email

*Terms and conditions apply.


Closing Date: 28/01/2021
Contract Type: Temporary
Ref: CC-47586-MKH
Location: , Gloucestershire
Tags: support worker, mental health, learning disability, autism, complex, social care, health care

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