Candidate Application

Support Worker'

Reference: Braintree
Job Decription:

Learning Disability Support Workers - Full Time & Flexible Working Available.

£8.50- £13.00 per hour.

BHC are a friendly, independent care agency with over twenty years` experience of providing quality temporary staffing to the care sector.

At BHC we truly believe that caring is a vocation not just a job. We understand the pressures of the role so ensure that all of our care workers are valued, respected and supported.

We are currently recruiting for Support Workers to provide care and support to adults with learning disabilities in a variety of settings including; Residential, supported living and outreach services.


• Providing personal care, domestic tasks and housing related support in a residential setting or lone working in the community.
• Providing boundaries and direction around positive behaviours.
• Promoting choice and independence.
• Supporting service users to live a life as full as possible and to engage with the community.
• Provide physical and emotional support, ensuring that respect, dignity and confidentiality is maintained at all times.


• Experience of providing care and/or support to vulnerable people.
• Possess excellent people skills.
• Have a passion for supporting adults with learning disabilities.
• Be able to develop and maintain good working relationships
• Be able to demonstrate positive personal authority.
• Have great communication skills.


• Excellent rates of pay.
• Weekly pay via BACS
• Specialist two day ?Introduction to Learning Disability` training course
• Ongoing training & development, including opportunity to study NVQ 2 Diploma in Learning Disabilities
• Holiday Pay
• Flexible shift patterns to suit your lifestyle
• Recommend a friend scheme.

For more information please contact our recruitment team on 01206 561999 or email

BHC is an Equal Opportunities Employer

Job Type: Temporary
Location: Essex, Braintree
Salary: 8-13 Per Hour 8.50 - 11 Plus a
Posted by: Better Healthcare
Date Posted: 04/12/2019