Support Worker - City Heights Location: Loughborough Salary: £16,543 - £18,806pa Hours: 37 per week Closing Date: Sunday 27 January 2019 City Heights is a Supported Living service in Loughborough town Centre. We are looking to recruit enthusiastic, positive thinking Support Workers who are passionate about making a difference in people's lives. The service will provide support to people with learning disabilities; Asperger's Autism or mental health needs. The support, which is person-centred will predominantly include tenancy related support, budgeting, debt management, accessing the community, healthy lifestyle, improving confidence and independence but may include personal care. The successful candidates will be required to work on shifts throughout the day between 7am and 10pm including weekends and bank holidays. Interview date: 6th February 2019 *10 Reasons to work for NCHA: Competitive salary Free Health cashback plan; claim up to £100 for dental treatment, optician fees and other benefits 28.5 days statutory annual leave (rising to 30.5 days after 5 years) + bank holidays On-going training and development opportunities Reward and recognition for staff who go the extra mile Staff social activities sponsored by the organisation Free Enhanced DBS where applicable Benefits scheme offering discounts and cashback at high street shops and major supermarkets, gyms etc. via Health shield Perks £250 for referring external candidates for a Care Assistant or Support Worker role Free confidential access to 24hr assistance program for counselling, advice and support View the full job description in the document tab at the top of the page and refer to the Person Specification section of the Job Specification to complete your application. All successful candidates will be required to take a numerical and literacy test prior to the interview. You will need to attach a CV in order to apply for this role. As an Equal Opportunities and Disability Confident Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups and disabled candidates. For an insight into working in Social Care see an article on The Guardian on "Social Care Careers, Why Change?" Click here to return to current vacancies.