Support Worker-Jobs in Southport Ref:3006267

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                                                                                         AUTISM INITIATIVES ARE RECRUITING!!


ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A JOB IN SOUTHPORT??


Are you looking for a job you'll love??

We currently have a range of Support Worker and Waking Nights roles available in Southport


NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY AS FULL TRAINING WILL BE GIVEN!


Bank Work available as one of our Additional Support Workers


Salaries are as follows;

 

Support Workers - £19,849 per annum, pro rata based on 39 hours per week.

 

Bank support Staff - £9.75 per hour

 

We offer many opportunities at Autism Initiatives and this is a great way to build a career in the care sector!

 

For more information about a team that positively changes lives, go to: 

www.autisminitiatives.org

Closing date
31/01/2022
Hours
Full and Part Time posts available
How to apply
For further information/to apply Contact Amelia Bull on 0151 932 2242 or email amelia.bull@autisminitiatives.org

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