Place of work: United Kingdom, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire and Bristol/Bath area
Type of job contract: for a definite period, full-time

Required education:
Offered salary: 8.00 GBP / yearly
Number of positions: 1

Working area

Skilled agricultural, fishery workers
   Market gardeners and crop growers
        Field crop and vegetable growers


A fantastic care provider in the heart of the country is looking to bring a Support Worker into their well-established charitable organisation. The setting is incredibly unique, set in 160 acres of land with an organic farm, orchard and wood workshop. A Victorian country house has now been utilised for residential purposes and houses ten service users with eighty residents across the estate. In your new role, you will be supporting adults, ranging from 18-75 who have learning disabilities, mental health problems and other support needs. You will be supporting the people in their day to day activities enabling them to live a more fulfilled life and promote their independence. Previous experience working with learning disabilities is a must, you need to have a full driving licence, be willing to learn and be able to think on your feet. The opportunity is a temporary to permanent role and will be 37.5 hours a week. The person will stay on permanently after twelve weeks. This is an amazing chance to join a wonderful team of hardworking, supportive and like-minded individuals. If this is something of interest to you then please get in contact by calling Fiona Gardner on 01242 842 835 or click âapply nowâ to send an up to date copy of your CV. Do you know someone that may be interested? If you recommend a friend you could receive up to £250 worth of shopping vouchers* by following the link below. Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C s, Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at

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