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Support workers play a crucial role in the local community. By providing support to both physically and emotionally vulnerable individuals, you provide the assistance families and individuals need to live a happy, independent life. The fact is that some people need emotional support to help them get through a difficult time, or longer term care that requires a more hands-on approach. No two support worker jobs are the same, so it is your job to assess the needs of the individual and create a plan that’s unique to them.

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Residential Support Worker, Childre...

Essex, Essex 
  £17,500 - £18,500  
 Permanent

Residential Childcare Worker

Peterborough, Lincolnshire 
  £10 - £11  
 Temporary

Support Worker

Goole, E Riding of Yorkshire 
  £10 - £11  
 Contract

Education Wellbeing Officer

Exeter, Devon 
  £17 - £17  
 Temporary

Residential Support Worker

Kingston upon Thames, Greater London 
  £9 - £10  
 Permanent

Level 2 Support Worker – Cont...

Cardiff, Cardiff 
  £11 - £11  
 Temporary

Support Worker – Independence...

West Lynn, Norfolk 
  £11 - £11  
 Temporary

Support Worker – Independence...

Norwich, Norfolk 
  £11 - £11  
 Temporary

Support Coordinator

United Kingdom, United Kingdom 
  Negotiable  
 Temporary

Residential Support Worker

Peterborough, Cambridgeshire 
  £11 - £11  
 Temporary

Support Coordinator

United Kingdom, United Kingdom 
  Negotiable  
 Temporary

Support Worker

Glasgow, Glasgow City 
  £10 - £12  
 Temporary

Social Care Project Offshore

Scotland, Scotland 
  £18 - £18  
 Temporary

Team Leader / Senior Support Worker...

Stoke, Hampshire 
  £23,046 - £24,047  
 Permanent

Support Workers

Cheshire, Cheshire 
  £10 - £12  
 Temporary

Support Worker Jobs at Seven Resourcing

There are support worker jobs all over the UK, and the money you receive for the role will depend on your location, as well as other factors such as your level of experience, the employer, and any particular areas of specialisation.

The Good Bits

There aren’t many jobs out there that give you the opportunity to make a genuine difference to people’s lives. How many people can come home from work and say that? There are also plenty of opportunities to gain experience, work your way up the ladder, earn more money and choose an area to specialise in.

And the Not So Good

If you’re used to working nine-to-five and having your evenings and weekends free, support work might not be the role you. The majority of support worker jobs are split into shifts to ensure support is available at every time of the day, so you could have to work evenings, weekends or both. However, you will get regular time off.

We work closely with our candidates to find rewarding and well paid support worker jobs in their area. Please register with Seven Social Care and start your search today

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