The following jobs are currently available at West Berkshire Mencap
Children Support worker
We are currently looking for an Outreach Worker for our Children’s Services, to assist in the delivery of Outreach and reports too the Children’s Services Manager and Head of Your Choice Services
HOURS: Flexible working including weekend work, Part time hours and full time hours of 37.5 hours per week
RATE: Hourly rate £8.91
- Level 3 qualification appropriate to the post preferred
- Level 2 qualification preferred but not essential
- Some experience with special needs preferred
- Over 18, driver with use of own car for business.
- In addition, if Over 21, able to drive and willing to drive the minibus.
For an application pack or further details please contact us on 01635 41464 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
F/T, P/T Support Workers and Night Support Workers
We are currently looking for Full Time, Part Time and Bank staff
Pay rates for permanent staff are as follow
Support Worker £18,156.02 (37.5 hrs)
Night Support worker £18,396.56 (4 nights per week)
Bank rates from £8.91 an hour plus supplements for Weekend and Bank Holiday working plus holiday pay on top.
Flexible contracts to fit around your existing commitments, 2 days per week, 3 days per week, 4 days per week, 5 days per week and 6 days per week – all designed to fit around your existing commitments. You must be 18+. Rate: £9.31 per hour
Join an incredible team and change someone’s life!
What makes us different?
Our staff can never say that they are bored as every day is different.
A brief list of activities will include bowling, swimming, cycling, cinema, music and movement, drumming, theme parks and even the odd trip away to Disney Land Paris, plus many more.
We are seeking to employ permanent and bank staff to work for our service providing care and support to adults and children with learning disabilities in the community and in our supported living units in Newbury.
You will be reliable, flexible, conscientious and have a positive outlook towards supporting people with learning disabilities.
Experience working with people with learning disabilities is preferred but not essential as training is provided.