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Supported Living Worker - Chipping Norton

Salary: £11.50 - £13.00 per hour

Supported Living Worker

Chipping Norton

Enhanced bank holiday pay rates

We are recruiting for Supported Living Workers to assist within residential and outreach roles in Chipping Norton to work with an autistic male. Day and night staff wanted immediately for the role.

We are recruiting for supported living workers to work with an autistic male. This is a 1:1 part-time role to work with the service user on a regular basis. The service user is fairly independent and does like to follow a routine so we are looking for someone that likes to do activities and also go out in the community. As a supported living worker for this service, you'd need to be creative in your ability to create activities and make things enjoyable such as cooking exciting meals.

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. Roles also available outside of Chipping Norton within the health care, social care childcare and education sector!

If you are a HCA, Care Assistant or even a Domiciliary Carer and would like to get into a Support Worker role, we would love to hear from you! Please call us on 01865 727751 for more information.


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: 21/04/2021
Contract Type: Temporary
Ref: CC-48303-BIP
Location: Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire
Tags: support worker, care, support, health, healthcare, social care

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