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What does it mean to work for People in Action

Becoming a Support Worker is one of the most rewarding careers you can become a part of, no two days are the same and you meet some truly fantastic people along the way. Your role will involve being a friendly face to help our clients manage everyday tasks as independently as possible.

We are currently seeking full and part time Support Workers. Do you have the necessary skills, flexibility and passion to make a difference to someone’s life by positively supporting them with the day to day activities that we all take for granted? In return we will offer you competitive rates of pay, full training and other benefits.

Fully Trained Staff

Professional Training

People in Action make sure they look after their staff as well as their customers by making sure that all of our staff members are fully trained. Our own Training Department focuses on developing staff skills in a blended learning environment.

We understand that people learn in a variety of ways and aim to create and deliver courses that appeal to all such learners. It’s important to us that all of our staff have the same level of knowledge and understand the quality standards that we set at People in Action.

Prior to training all staff members will have undergone
DBS checks.

Personal Development

People in Action also believes in assisting staff in their personal development and will discuss progression paths during Appraisals and Supervisions.

Some of the ways in which People in Action support staff in their career progression includes financing employees to complete their level 2 QCF in Health and Social Care as well as giving staff the opportunity to contribute to services by working on care plans, rota’s and audits. We understand that people want to do well in their chosen careers and take pride in assisting staff to meet their personal development goals.

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Support Worker

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