Wellbeing Support Worker – Wantage

Location: Wantage

Salary range: £11 - £13

Day Rate: £13

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – Newcastle Upon Tyne

Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – South Tyneside

Location: South Tyneside

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – North Tyneside

Location: North Tyneside

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Practice Coach

Location: Northumberland

Salary range: £25,000-£30,000

Apply now

We are on a mission to reinvent the future of care, so communities are supported to thrive, and all members of the care ecosystem are valued.

Adult social care is in crisis. Despite unprecedented demand, the care sector is under-resourced, stigmatised and undervalued. The pandemic and cost of living crisis have increased strain on community services and the burden on ‘informal’ family carers is immense.  Demand continues to accelerate, far outstripping supply. The root cause is that people don’t like the roles on offer in the current time-and-task, command-and-control model of delivering care. This crisis shows no sign of slowing.

At BelleVie we  are treating the root causes of the care crisis, through a radical new way of working which is built on strong communities, thriving relationships and technology that drives efficiencies, resulting in better outcomes for all.

We are bringing life and energy back to the care sector. Our teams build communities that care and focus on people, not tasks. We care about people’s needs, hopes, desires and fears. Care is about supporting a life well lived, it’s work with meaning, not just a job.

Inspired by the success of the Dutch Buurtzorg model, BelleVie operates self-managing teams of care workers who work together to serve their local neighbourhood. This innovative and new model is enabled and scaled by our proprietary Wellbeing OS technology platform and funded by a monthly subscription. Alongside this is our custom built marketplace tech platform that will enable those that find sourcing trusted home services a challenge to access a curated marketplace of vetted partners, further enabling them to live better lives, independently for longer at home.

BelleVie has already achieved  great success since launching in 2019, with 95% of supported families highly recommending us and multiple national awards to our name. We are embarking on a rapid growth phase to scale our model, building on our experience from our pioneer teams in the Thames Valley and North East.

Do you have experience of leading high quality services in the world of health and care? Are you keen to make a big difference to people’s lives by coaching our teams? Are you experienced in, or curious about self management?

We are currently growing new teams, so we are looking for a Practice Coach to mentor and develop our Wellbeing Support Workers to deliver the highest standards of person centred care and to thrive in self managing teams.

 

The Role

 

The person we want

 

We promise you 

 

We will offer you

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – Kidlington

Location: Kidlington

Salary range: £11 - £13 per hour

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – High Wycombe

Location: High Wycombe

Salary range: £11 - £13 per hour

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – Ponteland

Location: Ponteland

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – Hexham

Location: Hexham

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

Apply Now!!

Wellbeing Support Worker – Whitley Bay/Cramlington

Location: Whitley Bay

Salary range: £10.50 - £11.30

Apply now

BelleVie Care – we’re seeking extra special Care Workers to support people to live well at home.

Here at BelleVie Care, we are looking for people who know how a simple cuppa can warm the heart. That the power of a compliment can make someone’s day. By just holding a hand, teasing out a smile, or sharing a laugh can mean the world to someone who is alone or living with challenges you and I know nothing about.

It’s this compassion and hidden talent that you don’t think are worth putting on a cv, the parts of you that never really get to shine in your current job, the skills you don’t even know are perfect for care, that we seek out so we can ensure that the people we support can live their best lives at home.

We don’t just see the value in the expected, we see value in the things other people overlook, we see you for you.

If you’re someone whose warmth and kindness shines through, and who embraces their local community spirit we’d love to hear from you. Because, these are the things we value too. Be part of the community that values all of you. Be part of BelleVie Care.

 

Caring is a value and a vocation.

Find a career that values you.

Bring your whole self to work #Belleviecare

 

What can you expect when you join the BelleVie Care community?

Like other home care providers, we offer help around the home, personal care, as well as transportation, companionship, and plenty besides! But that’s where the similarities with other providers ends. The best way for you to find out how, is to apply and have a chat. But, to give you an idea of what we’re about, here are a few of our favourite points of difference:

 

Requirements of the role

 

What We Offer

You must be able to drive and have access to your own car.

We don’t provide visa sponsorship.

Apply Now!!

FAQ’s 

What kind of things would I be doing?

Light cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, medication, personal care (supporting someone to get dressed, toileted, washing and bathing), attending medical appointments, day centres, appointments and social activities.

What are the career prospects?

We’ll support you in your growth & development every step of the way. We have Community Connectors and Thrive with BelleVie colleagues who started their careers with us as care workers, many of whom came to us with no care experience. 

Would I need to do personal care?  

Personal care is part of the role, but you would get plenty of training. If you’d like to find out more about what personal care is you can visit our blog post here 

Do I need my own car?

Yes, you will require your own, or access to a car that is MOT’d and Insured for business use. 

How much driving will I be required to do?

That will depend on the team you join, but as a rule we try to plan our rota’s so that there isn’t more than a 30 minutes drive between each of the people we support. We pay for your time and mileage whilst driving between visits.

What is the recruitment process?

Our recruitment process involves a short conversation with our Recruitment Lead, followed by an online video workshop with our Development Coaches for the region. The final stage would be a shadow shift, shadowing one of our current Wellbeing Support Workers, so you have a chance to see if the actual role is a good fit for you.

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