Support Worker Roles – Applications are currently CLOSED

At Paul’s Place, no two days are the same and we could not provide our services without a team of fantastic Support Workers. We are the only one of our kind in Bristol and South Gloucestershire, making us a vital, unique, and exciting daycare service.

IMPORTANT:

Support Worker Recruitment Update 06/04/2022: Thank you for your interest in becoming a Support Worker at Paul’s Place. We have now closed applications for the current positions. We will still accept your details to keep on hold should any further roles become available but will not be conducting any more interviews at this stage.

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Applications are closed

What does it mean to work at Paul’s Place?

“The help and support I provide to people at Paul’s Place has been given back to me in an even greater amount.”

Andy, starting as a support worker and now one of our Team Leaders

What can Paul’s Place offer you?

  • Real Living Wage Employer (£9.90 raising to £10.15 per hour after a successful probationary period)
  • 3% employer pension contribution
  • Free parking (on-site)  
  • 28 days Annual Leave (which includes Christmas shutdown) plus Bank Holidays
  • Employee Assistance Programme (free, 24 hours and confidential)
  • Full Induction
  • Ongoing training and development
  • Be part of a caring team
  • New experiences and a lifetime of memories

What does a Support Worker at Paul’s Place do?

There are many aspects to being a Support Worker, including:

Providing physical support which may include helping with personal care

Providing emotional support for individuals

Supporting people with communication

Encouraging and supporting individuals to take part in Paul’s Place activities

Supporting Service Users to learn new skills, and have new experiences

Working with others to ensure that all care needs meet the highest possible standards

What skills are needed to be a support worker?

There are many skills that are needed in order to be a support worker, these include:

What qualifications will I need to be a support worker?

Being a support worker doesn’t require any specific qualifications. Experience of working in care and an experience of disability is helpful but not required. Paul’s Place will provide core training to enable you to do your role and in time, will support you to take your NVQ/SVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care.

Our team have a wide range of experience with one thing in common: they are passionate about helping people live life to the full.

Meet the team