Support worker in Norton, North Yorkshire
Very Rewarding Job
Very rewarding job seeing the young people progress This job can be challenging but you will have support of management or senior team leader on shift. Plenty training face to face and e-learning for you to complete. Breaks vary staff can leave for a break and go into staff area or outside they will be covered. Room to progress in the job key worker positions, senior positions when available. Your able to put ideas forward for the young people eg activities, outings, party’s. Team meetings every month for staff to ask questions have updates within the company or speak to management if they have any problems. Rota two weeks at time you can speak to management if needing a day of in advance. Overtime available when wanted and benefits of working over certain amount hours. Enjoyable job different each day.
Support Worker in Stockton-on-Tees, Durham
Do NOT work here
Very unprofessional establishmentPay is shocking for what you have to do, very unsupported by management team. No breaks and scrutinised for even having a comfort break.No confidentiality as management and senior staff openly discuss workers problems / life whilst sat out the back smoking leaving the underpaid workers to deal with the challenging young people Unless your face fits it’s not a positive working environment.. how this establishment can pass an OFTED inspection is a miracle as so much is hid under a massive carpet .. Seniors pick up overtime and are paid more and they choose where they want to work putting them selfs working with the less challenging young people and offering no support to the staff .. it’s the young people that live there I feel sorry for as I certainly wouldn’t allow my family too or recommend this placement to anyone.. considering it’s specializes in Autism I am yet to see a qualified SEN staff memberThis maybe a reason why there is so many medication errors that happen The rota you are lucky to get it 3 days in advance
Support Worker in Stoke-on-Trent
Problem management but the rest is good! Good pay, good benefits, management are a joke but I think that’s the norm nowadays! Would still recommend.
Recovery Support Worker in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire
Sometimes fun, depending on job role
Fast paced environment Good days and bad days. New management did not like the way things were being done and removed most of areas the service users used for activities to make way for offices
Support Worker/Carer in Taplow, Buckinghamshire
Experience Is Key
I found that this job was overall difficult mentally and the hour so very long. For anyone to work there they need to know how mentally draining this job is and that on your days off you will just be sleeping to recover from the actual job. Hours are 12 hours some days you will do three days of 12 hour shift so you will be exhausted by day 2. Pay isn't that great for the hours and the labour but it's a secure position