Support Worker – Supported Living

Job Type: Full Time, Part Time, Bank

Salary: £12.00 per hour

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

Job description

Glenelg Support provide high-quality support for individuals with autism, learning disability, physical disability and/or mental health needs in supportive 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 people to the role of a Support Worker with the right values, skills and behaviours to work in our services. Our homes are based across Liverpool, Bootle, Sefton, Southport, St Helens, Ormskirk and Leyland/Euxton – Lancashire. We offer full time, part time permanent contracts and Bank contracts.

Drivers are highly desirable but is not essential for some of our services. 

Some of our services do require drivers. Due to the Mobility Car Insurance we can only accept drivers with a full UK/EU driving licence with NO endorsement and penalty points.

To become a Support Worker you don’t necessarily need experience as we are happy to work with you to help you become an excellent support worker and give you the skills and experiences to have a positive career with us. You do need to have a positive attitude as well as wanting to be part of a team. The skills that would be beneficial are initiative, patience, understanding and an enthusiasm for wanting to support and help others.

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.

Some of our services require a strong candidate with experience in autism, complex needs and mental health knowledge.


Daily responsibilities can include supporting individuals to increase independent living skills around the home (cleaning, cooking, personal care, laundry/ironing, budgeting/paying bills, meal planning/shopping). Arrange and attend all appointments in line with health and housing needs, administration of medication, access the community to participate in activities of their choosing.


Full paid training will be provided. Training includes, medication, moving handling, safeguarding, first aid, autism, positive behaviour support, epilepsy, food hygiene and safety intervention.

We offer;

  • Lucrative employee referral scheme

  • 4 weekly staff draw

  • Flexible hours

  • Career progression pathways

  • Discounted gym membership

  • Blue light discount

  • Paying over (National Living wage)



  • Support Worker: 1 year (preferable)

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