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Mental Health Support Worker Job in Bridgend

We currently require experienced support workers to work in a Mental health service in the Bridgend area. We are looking for warm, positive, person centred people who are committed and able to demonstrate compassion and empathy while supporting adults with a range of mental health issues. Your main duties will involve: Ensuring the service user engages within their local community. Providing support to ensure individuals can live as independently as possible. Providing for the personal needs of the service user. Liaising with family members and external agencies. Relationship building […]


Learning Disability Support Worker Vacancy in Ammanford

We require a Support Worker to work in a service that caters for service users with learning disabilities with behaviours that challenge. These disabilities include Autistic, Asperger Syndrome and Downs Syndrome. Your role will be to support people to maintain the relationships they already have with key people in their lives and provide new opportunities for further relationships and social links. Ideally you will have worked within a similar role before.


Mental Health Support Worker Job in Caerphilly

New Directions Social Care are recruiting in the Caerphilly area, for an experienced support worker in the mental health sector. You will be working hands on with services users who have conditions such as schizophrenia, acquired brain injury, depression and suffer from substance misuse. Working in a residential setting your role will involve encouraging independence, assisting in the community, prompting personal care and working as part of a team. We are working with national care providers on an agency basis to provide relief staff to work alongside the experienced staff teams.


Support Worker Job in Carmarthenshire

New Directions Social Care are recruiting for a support worker to work in a setting in the Carmarthenshire area. We are seeking an experienced support worker, who have ideally worked in a residential setting for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health, victims of domestic abuse and people with alcohol or substance misuse issues. We are also recruiting for care workers who have experience in elderly care and have worked in a nursing home or residential home. Your role will be varied but will include supporting service users in a residential setting.


Support Worker Job in Trowbridge, Wiltshire

Are you looking for a new job role? Are you ready for your next role in Social Care? New Directions Social Care are looking for new and experienced support staff to work with adults with Learning Disabilities and complex needs. We pay the current standard and also can offer you full time, part time and flexible work. All you need is 6 months relevant experience and a positive attitude. Your duties will be to provide a supportive and flexible approach which enables clients to fulfil their potential for independence, choice, inclusion and control by positively enabling and empowering clients […]


Learning Disability Support Worker job in Westbury, Wiltshire

New Directions Social Care are looking for new and experienced support staff to work with adults with Learning Disabilities and complex needs. We pay above the current standard and also can offer you full time, part time and flexible work. All you need is 6 months relevant experience and a positive attitude. Duties ·         To provide a supportive and flexible approach which enables clients to fulfil their potential for independence, choice, inclusion and control by positively enabling and empowering clients to              achieve their aspirations for independent living. ·         […]


Waking Night Support Worker Job in Stroud, Gloucester

New Directions are looking to recruit a Waking Night Support Worker in Stroud to work in a residential environment supporting service users with mental health issues. The home is an 8 bed service for females aged between 13-21 years old. The service users are self-harmer’s with protocol in place to manage the self-harm and behaviours that may be challenging. They are typically not aggressive towards the staff or other service users. However due to the nature of the service staff must be resilient and strong. This is a highly rewarding role. You will gradually get to build wonderful fulfilling […]


Hostel Support Worker Role in Stroud, Gloucester

New Directions Social Care are currently recruiting for an experienced Hostel Support Worker to work in a service that supports young people aged 16-25 years who seek accommodation and support for independence in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The service is recruiting for individuals that have 6 months paid or 12 months voluntary experience in a similar setting . Core aspects of the role are: Supporting vulnerable and disengaged individuals to become independent. Celebrating the individual uniqueness and diversity of service users and staff; demonstrating equality across the organisation. […]


Hostel Support Worker Job in Stroud, Gloucestershire

New Directions are looking to recruit Hostel Support Workers to provide support to our client in the Stroud area of Gloucestershire. Our client's service provides a safe place for adults who are homeless to live, and combines it with a personalised support package to tackle the root cause of their homelessness. They then work with people to source longer-term accommodation more suited to their needs. We want to ensure that once people have somewhere to live, they never become homeless again. Your role will be working in a hostel supporting adults with drug and alcohol issues in our clients […]


Learning Disability Support Worker role in Bishopsworth, Bristol

New Direction are looking for support workers to work in a Residential setting in the Bishopsworth area of Bristol. Our client has a 7 bedded residential service for adults with Predominately Learning Disabilities, Autism, Dementia and Epilepsy. Duties include normal residential supported living duties as well as accessing the community. Service users also do various in-house activities. Support Workers should be willing to learn and show some initiative and try to be part of the team. Continuity is really important Due to the nature of the service some personal care will be needed dependant […]