Support and Development Workers x 2
33 hours per week, 13 hours per week, £10.42 per hour (includes paid lunch hour)
The role involves supporting the people who use our services to achieve their goals and actively take part in a range of creative activities. So, you might be involved in acting, baking cakes, singing, going on a ramble, swimming, performing on stage, making props, volunteering, being our mascot, exercising, script writing, delivering a dance workshop, and lots, lots more.
It takes a special kind of person to be a support and development worker. We're looking for someone who is caring, compassionate, fun, outgoing and genuinely committed to enabling people to live their best lives. It can be challenging at times, but the biggest reward you'll get from working for us is to feel that you really are making a difference.
Experience is preferred, but we can provide on-the-job training for the right candidate.
Closing date: 10 November 2023 (or sooner if we get the right candidates).
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and learn new skills. Whether you volunteer at a one-off event or develop a long-term link with us, you will be helping to support others while enjoying a rewarding experience for yourself.