Support Worker

Job Title: Support Worker

Location: Pembrokeshire (multiple locations)

Contract: Full time & part time opportunities available, permanent positions

Employment is subject to at least two satisfactory references and an enhanced DBS.

Applicants should be 18 years or over.

What can we offer you?

  • Vacancies across ALL areas of Pembrokeshire
  • Contracts with fixed weekly hours for job security
  • Competitive rates of pay – £12.00 to £12.11 per hour (depending on SCW registration). £13.30 to £13.43 for waking nights
  • Joining bonus – £500* (£250 for non-drivers, earn another £250 if you pass your driving test whilst employed with us!)
  • Christmas pay enhancements
  • Annual pay reviews
  • Refer a friend scheme – £200!!* 
  • Eligibility for Blue Light discount card and Social Care Worker card
  • Use of the best mobile applications and programs to access real time scheduling, send messages, and review and record client information
  • Career progression routes
  • Full Personal Protective Equipment
  • In depth training package and induction programme
  • Career progression – fully funded QCF Level 2/3/4 opportunities
  • Free uniform
  • Early Pay – access your pay as you earn it!
  • Cycle 2 Work Scheme

What does a ‘day in the life’ of a support worker entail?

  • Take responsibility for the physical and emotional wellbeing and social needs of our customers.
  • Promote their independence and maintain high levels of dignity and respect.
  • Carry out or assist customers with personal care such as washing, personal hygiene, dressing and assisting with meals.
  • Medication.
  • Transferring using safe moving and handling techniques and approved equipment.
  • Preparation of meals and snacks.
  • Liaising with your Team Leader as required.
  • Maintain accurate records of all care provided through a mobile application
  • Support our customers to access activities and the local community to live a happy, varied and fulfilling life!

Experience is not as important as a willingness to learn and to see things from the point of view of the people we support. In order to respond to their preferences and support needs, you will work on a rota basis which will include shifts in the mornings, afternoons, evenings, weekends and bank holidays., The role may also include sleep overs and in some cases waking nights.

Which role is for you?

Residential care:

Based in Haverfordwest, our residential care homes support people to live independently within a residential setting.  

Supported Living:

Based in houses across Pembrokeshire, Support Living supports people to live independently in their own homes

Community Outreach:

This role involves achieving person-centred outcomes for anyone who feels they need support and help with their day to day lives

About us

Here at Elliots Hill we are one of Pembrokeshire’s largest care providers; delivering care for over 30 years, we understand better than anyone how good care can make a real difference to people’s lives.

We are looking for individuals to join our passionate team to help make a difference within our local communities. Whether you can offer full time or part time hours – we have a place for you in our team!

When you joinElliots Hill, you can expect to enjoy a competitive salary and to be a part of a great team. In addition to this, you will also find yourself in a progressive environment where opportunities for learning, personal development and growth are actively encouraged as we want to bring out the very best in our people.

How to apply

Click ‘Apply Now’. We will then be in touch to complete a few screening questions, before organising an interview. 

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Closing Date

July 4, 2024


£12 per hour


No experience required