Position: Support Worker - Waking Night
Location: Aldershot
Salary: £16,575 per annum - £17,062 per annum (depending on relevant qualifications, skills and experience)
Hours: 1, 2 or 3 waking nights per week, requires some flexibility as staff are employed on a shift basis and may also be required to work the occasional day shift
Application Closing Date: 30/11/17
Required: A satisfactory DBS check is required for this position.

“The best thing about my job is going home and knowing that I have made a difference, I can honestly say it is the best job I have ever had.”

You will have the chance to join a supportive team and a great organisation that will ensure you have superb training opportunities to assist you in building a fulfilling career. It won’t be easy at times, but helping somebody with multiple disabilities and sight loss to achieve something previously unthinkable is an aspect of the job our support workers love.

You will need to have a good sense of humour, patience and patience. You will need to be good communication skills both verbal and written. You will need to be empathetic, enthusiastic and reliable.

You will be supporting six individuals to be safe at night, ensuring personal care needs are met and monitoring individual’s seizures. There will also be some cleaning and laundry tasks to be undertaken.

You will need to have experience in supporting adults who have learning disabilities, behaviours that challenge and epilepsy. You will be lone working on one floor so will need to be self-motivated and be able to think on your feet to respond to any situation that may arise.

SeeAbility provides fantastic training and you will receive regular 1-1 meetings with your line Manager.


Get in contact

If you would like to join the team and build a career with SeeAbility then we would love to hear from you. Please send us your CV with a cover letter by the 10th of April. If you’d like to find out more about the service or being a support worker, please call Pat Hallett-Mckenna on 01252 815 256 or email [email protected]