Location: Bromley
Salary: £12.00 - £14.00
Hours: Full-time, Permanent

Job description

MUST HAVE experience working with young people in supported living.

The role of a Support Worker is to visit the client living in their own homes, residential settings, or supported living, and ensure that they are safe, happy, and healthy. some children or young people will still need round-the-clock support, so your role will involve empowering them to continue to make their own choices.

Principle Responsibilities: We put people at the centre of everything. Every person we support has their own needs and personality, and your responsibilities will reflect that. Here are some of the areas that you are most likely to be involved in:

  • Health and wellbeing. This might mean supporting a young person or child to make positive choices about eating well, taking exercise, and maintaining good hygiene. It might also involve providing emotional support, or helping them with dressing, washing, and personal care.
  • Leisure and social activities. Whether it is taking part in activities, painting, or going out for a coffee, be prepared to get stuck in! Like all of us, the young Person or children we support need to do the things they enjoy and get involved in the local community to stay happy and healthy.
  • Daily living skills. Things like planning an outing, attending appointments, shopping, cooking, and cleaning can be challenging for someone with a learning disability or someone on the spectrum, so you’ll be on hand to support and encourage them.
  • People with learning disabilities and other complex needs can be vulnerable to abuse or exploitation. As their Support Worker you’ll make sure their rights are upheld and they are being treated with consideration and respect.
  • There will be some important administration to do as well, such as dispensing and recording medicines for the person you support and maintaining accurate records and reports. Everything you do should be in line with current legislative and care standards.


  • Company pension


  • Day shift


  • Working with children with complex needs: 1 year (required)


  • Driving Licence (required)

Work authorisation:

  • United Kingdom (required)

Work Location: In person

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