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Support Worker - Coleford

Salary: £11.50 - £12.75 per hour

Support Worker

Forest of Dean

£11.50 - £12.75 per hour

Regular, ongoing temporary support work with autistic service users with an immediate start in the Forest of Dean area.

We are recruiting for an experienced Support Worker to start a role with a well established clent of ours immediately on a temporary, on-going basis. We have day and night shifts available regularly with our client to support 4 residents in a supported living project.

You will be offered FREE Positive Behaviour Support training so that you can do the role effectly in the home as well as out in the community. The role also includes providing personal care, cleaning, administering medication and food preparation. So, we are looking for someone creative to come up with suitable activities for each service user and get them engaged with tasks.

As the bus links are poor in the area, a driver would be ideal for the role however, this is not essential.

The shift patterns are as follows;

Early shift:

Start - 7.00am

Finish - 14.30pm

Late shift:

Start - 14.30pm

Finish – 22.00pm

Sleep in / Waking night:

Start - 22.00pm

Finish - 7.00am

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


Working as an agency Support 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-48366-14T
Location: Coleford, Gloucestershire
Tags: support, social care, support worker, residential support, care, key worker,

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