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Support Worker - Reading

Salary: £11.50 - £12.81 per hour

Support Worker


Up to £12.81

Completely Care LTD are recruiting for a Support Worker in a supported living service for service users with complex and challenging behaviours along with autism. This is a role that can include days, waking nights and sleep shifts.

This service is where service users go before being placed in a residential setting. There can be challenging behaviours so it is important that you are confident in managing behaviour and have experience in this field.You will have an induction beforehand and need to be flexible in your working patterns to assist the client where possible.

There is usually 7 residents at a time that are a mix of male and female aged between 19-25 alongside 3 other permanent members of staff.

We can potentially put you forward to roles within childcare such as nurseries or SEN settings, care home positions and even working in mental health settings if you have the right attitude and ambition and want to work towards something new so give us a call on 01865 727751 and we can discuss these with you.

To apply for the Support Worker role please complete our application form at


Working as an agency Support Worker with Completely Care LTD you'll be able to have benefits such as a supportive team working Monday - Sunday from 6am - 11pm. There are flexible shift patterns to fit around you where possible. Ample opportunity to do extra training FREE and to also expand on your skills and try new places!! Rewards for recommending people to work with us as well as the potential to earn travel relief.


We would love to hear from you, please get in touch with Fran on 01865 727751.

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.


Closing Date: 28/04/2021
Contract Type: Temporary
Ref: CC-48352-SE1
Location: Reading, Berkshire
Tags: support worker, learning disabilities, autism, social care, supported living, challenging behaviour, complex needs, Reading

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