Senior Support Worker (Mobile Support Team)- Supported Living

Job Type: Full Time - Permanent

Salary: £13.50 per hour

This role is NOT open to applications from those who will require sponsorship under the points-based system. 

Job description

Glenelg Support provides high-quality support for individuals with Autism, Learning Disabilities, Physical Disabilities and/or mental health needs in supported living. We work closely with individuals and their families in the planning and development of support tailored for each individual.

We are seeking to recruit talented Senior Support Workers with the right values, skills and behaviours to work in our services. Senior Support Workers will form a specialist team to work in different services that are deemed to be complex.

Our supported living services are across multiple locations – Liverpool, Bootle, Sefton, Southport, Chorley, Ormskirk, and St Helens.

Drivers are essential as the team could be called on to work in multiple services at short notice. (Services that do require drivers must have a full UK/EU driving licence due to the Mobility Car Insurance policy)


  • £13.50 per hour
  • Excellent sleep-in rate
  • 28 Days annual leave inclusive of statutory bank holidays (pro-rata)
  • 4 weekly pay
  • Fully paid DBS (if applicable)
  • No uniform – casual clothes
  • 4 weekly rota
  • Guaranteed contracted hours
  • Shopping Discounts Scheme
  • Career progression pathways
  • Lucrative employee referral scheme
  • Fully paid training which includes medication, moving and handling, safeguarding, first aid, autism, positive behaviour support, epilepsy, food hygiene and safety intervention



  • Experience and understanding of autism
  • Experience within a specialist autism environment
  • Experience and knowledge of a broad range of autism specific approaches to learning, development of communication and positive behaviour support
  • Experience of working with families in a support role
  • Have the ability to embrace a diversity of tasks.
  • Integrity, Empathy, Respect, Positivity, Resilience and Inclusion. These values are embedded throughout the organisation and are used from the very beginning of an employee’s journey with us through value-based recruitment.

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