Full or Part time hours, permanent contracts
We're looking for Support Workers in Abergele, as a Support Worker with Allied Healthcare you will be playing a fundamental part in improving vulnerable people's lives through the care and support that you provide.
You will be supporting people who have a learning and/or a physical disability with their day to day lives; enabling them to maintain their independence through ACTIVE SUPPORT with each individual. The role may include elements of personal care. Part or full time hours are available and you will be required to work alternate weekends.
As a valued employee, you'll have access to WeCare - our new employee benefits platform which offers shopping discounts and cashback from over 800 retailers, as well as paid mileage, access to our employee assistance program, Healthcare Cashplan, Eyecare Plan and a wellbeing centre to support you with your mental and physical health. We'll provide training and fund your recognised Level 2 or 3 qualification^. Due to our growth, we have several career progression path's available - from nursing to operational management positions.
At Allied we put our customers at the heart of everything we do. We know that enabling people to continue living in the place they feel most comfortable can help them enjoy healthier, more fulfilling Independent lives.
A typical day can include support at home, work or accompanying our customers with general activities such as their weekly shop or any chosen leisure activities including swimming / trips to the cinema, theme parks, safari parks or zoos etc.
Are you the person who can support our individuals day to day, on their dream holidays and to live their best lives? If you are kind and compassionate, patient and friendly then you will make the perfect support worker - no experience is required and full training is given.
We are equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.
^In Wales, all social care staff are now required to register with the Social Care Wales (SCW) which incurs an annual fee. You must also work towards achieving a recognised Level 2 or 3 qualification within your first 3 years as a Social Care worker. Cera fund this qualification.