Clear Links Support
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  • Founded
    2011
  • Industry
    Colleges & Universities
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Rating is calculated based on 12 reviews and is evolving.
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Reviews

Non Medical Support Worker in Lincoln
on 8 February 2021
Great agency to work for, friendly & professional
Lots of variety and a very interesting job. The most rewarding aspect is being able to support students to reach their potential in higher education.
Note Taker in Glasgow, Glasgow
on 11 April 2020
Very versatile work
I sit in lectures of students and write compact, effective notes for them. It is great because they schedule your support in between your lectures, so you are still able to balance your own studies as well as work. The pay is great, and the team are always really friendly, helpful and understanding !
Student Support Assistant in Glasgow
on 8 March 2020
Very good satisfying work but limited hours
I found it really satisfying to help out students with a variety of special needs, and it's also very well-paid. There's also a lot of help and guidance for best practice on the website; there's a few tests but nothing massively difficult if you apply common sense. The only real problem is that the work tends to dry up around March, what with the university term ending, so if you're looking for something with solid, consistent hours then maybe you'll luck out and get regular students the way I did, but it's not guaranteed, unfortunately.
Support worker/Note Taker/Practical/Facilitator in Liverpool, Merseyside
on 6 February 2020
Excellent place to work
I really enjoyed my time supporting students. It was very laid back good partime work. Only problem is the position is no consistent. Relied on students being in class
Support Worker in Manchester, Greater Manchester
on 27 July 2019
Fun but never enough hours.
Work can be very interesting and enjoyable if you're good at the job, but there is never enough work. Hours vary dramatically, so you never know how much you will earn from week to week. If you are dependent on one student for the bulk of your hours and they get sick for two weeks, you will lose two weeks pay. On top of this, lectures are frequently cancelled, and students are only taught for around 5 months of the year. Hourly pay is good, but it doesn't make up for the scant hours and lack of job security.

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