Support workers earn between £8.39 and £8.60 per hour and if you are required to work a sleep in a Support Worker will earn £65.68 per night
When travelling in work time Support Workers are paid 45p per mile travel expenses
Support Workers receive 30 days holiday (including Bank Holidays) (pro-rata for part time
We are currently recruiting Support Workers, various contracts available, between 16 and 35 hours per week. Please note that Drive does not offer Zero Hour Contracts
We celebrate the fact that our Support Workers bring different experiences and skills which can be used to enhance the lives of people we support. We offer you a fantastic opportunity to work for a company who value its staff as well as the people we support.
Drive’s uniqueness lies in our passion for and commitment to our passion for and commitment to our participative culture and shared values. Using person-centred approaches Drive offers high quality support to people to enable them to plan and achieve what they want from their lives. Our approach aims to help people to:
• Maintain independence
• Manage daily tasks
• Develop new skills
• Participate in activities in the community
• Maintain relationships with family and friends, and develop new friendships
We welcome people who have experience of working as a Support Worker.
We are really interested to hear from people who have no experience of working in the social care sector. We provide full training to all successful candidates as well as the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised qualification.
We welcome applications from people who have a full manual driving licence and have a limited number of vacancies which do not require people to drive.