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Support Worker – Action 4 Care – Wistow, Selby – £11.88 per Hour

  • Selby


Do you want to work in an exciting role where you can succeed every day?


Do you want to have a positive impact in someone else’s life?


Do you want to help others to succeed every day?



Then read on, this is the job for you!


We are recruiting for passionate, caring, and positive support workers to join our team, and in return you’ll get back so much more than you ever imagined possible. We currently have full time positions available in our services which provide care for adults with Learning Disabilities. No experience is necessary, as we are looking for people with the right values and attitude.


Job Title: Support Worker

Location: Wistow, Selby

Salary: £11.88 per Hour + Benefits

             Sleep shift £50 per shift



About Us


Action for Care is a private company providing high quality accommodation and personalised care for individuals who have a learning disability with additional complex needs including, but not limited to, autism, ASD, challenging behaviour, epilepsy, communication difficulties and mental health support. Our residential care services are currently provided within the West and North Yorkshire regions and North East. Our service users live in spacious modern houses accommodating between 6 and 8 individuals with 24-hour support, allowing for each house to not only be a house, but a home.


Our Aim


At Action4Care we strive to provide a holistic approach to supporting the adults we care for. We aim to provide our services users with the resources, skills and confidence needed to achieve this. This approach enables our service users to develop independence and live their lives to the fullest with enjoyment being had every day.


The Role


You will work as part of a dynamic and diverse team of individuals to meet individual needs. The role is to support adults with a Learning Disability, complex needs, challenging behaviours and/or Autism. Each of our services supports 6-8 adults in a residential setting.

The ideal candidate will enable our service users to:


·              Lead safe, fulfilling lifestyles

                     Achieve personal goals and aspirations

                     Be as independent as possible

                     Maintain existing life skills

                     Maintain relationships with family and friends

                     Reach their full potential with a variety of experiences

                     Meet their individual, personal care, and hygiene needs.

                     Provide emotional support


Candidates must also have the ability to:


                     Regularly update and keep records to a high standard

                     Complete a comprehensive training programme

                     Undertake domestic and infection control tasks

                     Follow policies and procedures effectively


Duties & Responsibilities:


·       Ensure the individuals that we support lead valued and fulfilling lives.

·       To ensure that high standards of professional care and practices for service users are established and maintained, including appropriate attention to their physical, cultural, social, educational, recreational, and emotional needs.

·       To participate in the decision-making process concerning future plans for each service user within their home environment.

·       To prepare reports and to participate in case reviews on each service user.

·       To ensure that service user’s medication is administered as prescribed by the General Practitioner for Action for Care Limited.

·       To undertake ‘Keyworker’ responsibilities.

·       To promote and contribute towards effective communication within the residential staff team and between service user and staff, to ensure that continuity of care is maintained.

·       To contribute towards the maintenance of sound administrative practices within the home; to establish and maintain a detailed case recording system for each resident.

·       To undertake sleeping-in duties.

·       To participate in and contribute to staff training and development programmes as and when required.

·       To assist as necessary in the overall running of the home and to provide assistance where necessary.

·       To deploy volunteers effectively and supervise students and trainees as appropriate

·       To assist in fostering, developing and maintaining contacts within the local community.

·       To carry out any other duties as required.



If you feel this is the role for you, please contact Robyn 01609 532590 or email for further information. 


* it is a criminal offence for people who are barred from working in Regulated Activity (under the Safeguarding and Vulnerable Groups Act 2006) to apply for roles that require them to work unsupervised with adults at risk.*  

*We are committed to the inclusion, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of adults at risk*

PLEASE NOTE: If you are interested in being considered for more than one of our vacancies, you will only need submit ONE application. You can state in the ‘Supporting Evidence’ section of your application the other roles you would like to be considered for, but any suitable roles will be discussed with you.

Together we can Make Care Matter. 

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All applications will be subject to DBS checks and references. Our support workers are very important to us and are an essential part of our service. If you have previously worked within a similar environment or if you believe you have the skills to complement our service, we would love to hear from you.


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