Relief Support Worker
Hours: Various hours available
Salary: £7.20 per hour (plus 12.07% payment in lieu of holidays)
We are currently looking for Relief Workers to join our friendly teams within the Cambridgeshire service in Eaton Ford
Where appropriate, Hft hourly rates will increase in accordance with the National Minimum Wage and National Living Wage as from April 2017
Covering leave, training and sickness within our supported living services, with hours that fit in with life's other commitments; this is an ideal way of discovering if this is the career for you.
Working as a Relief Worker at Hft you get to work in a varied and rewarding role and get to make a real difference to people's everyday lives. You will help people to have fun doing the things that they love to do.
No experience is necessary as having the right values and attitudes is more important and we provide a full induction and training opportunities.
The purpose of the role is to give the highest possible standards of support to individuals with moderate to severe learning disabilities, in all aspects of their daily lives.
We operate a shift system which includes split-shifts, evenings, weekends, bank holidays and occasional sleep-in duties. Various hours – early days and late shifts are available.
You may also be required to accompany people we support on their holidays. For bank holidays and sleep- in duties, enhanced payments are applied to your hourly rate.
A full UK Driving Licence is desirable but not essential.
To apply, click on the button at the bottom of this page, or for further information please call our Administration Department on 01462 850022.
Closing and interview date: This is an ongoing recruitment process. Applicants will be invited to interview as they are shortlisted.
If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks after the closing date your application has not been successful on this occasion.
Hft's usual terms and conditions apply.
Hft is committed to equal opportunities and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Successful applicants will need to undertake an enhanced disclosure check against the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Having a criminal record may not bar you from employment.