If you are looking for a career in social care and you understand the impact you can have as a support worker in delivering excellent support we would like to hear from you!
What does Support Work involve?
As a support worker you will help people with learning disabilities to live safe, fulfilling, and dignified lives in supported accommodation or their own home. We have positions available across a variety of services in Westminster, Kensington & Chelsea, Camden, and Islington.
In each of our services we support approximately 5-10 people. We support people with a range of support needs from low to high; with old age/ dementia, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), autism/mental health. We also operate outreach services for people who live more independently. We work on a rota which includes working some weekends, early and late shifts. If you prefer to work nights, we also have some services with waking night shifts.
Download our job details which gives further information about the job, the benefits of working for LDN London, our locations, and the skills and knowledge we look for in a support worker.
If you don’t want to commit to a contract with you can opt for sessional work where you can decide when and where you work, you will also have the option of accepting or declining any work offered by LDN London.
How to apply
Please take the time to read the job details before applying.
To apply please complete the online application form.
Note: all successful applicants will be DBS checked and must be able to provide employment or professional references covering the last three years.
LDN London is committed to equality, diversity, and inclusion and welcomes applications from all groups.
Please note: Due to high volumes of applications for the role, if you are not contacted, you have not been successful for shortlisting.