As a Support Worker with Exemplar Health Care, you’ll provide person-centred care to support our residents to maintain their independence and live a fulfilled life.
Working as a Support Worker gives you a tremendous sense of achievement and pride – you’ll be making a real difference each and every day.
As a Support Worker with Exemplar Health Care, you’ll work closely with our residents to support them with all aspects of their day-to-day living, including personal care, meal times, social activities and companionship.
You’ll work with a team of Nurses, other Support Workers and Life Skills Facilitators to support people to maximise their independence, build their everyday living skills and empower them to live as fulfilled lives as possible.
If you apply to become a Support Worker, you could start working with us in as little as three weeks!
Our Support Worker roles offer flexible shifts and stable employment, with full training and support.
And in return for your hard work, we pay everyone at least the National Living Wage – that’s a minimum of £8.72 per hour regardless of your age and experience - as well as offering a generous rewards and benefits package.
You’ll work in a small team and build good working relationships with the people you support – so you’ll be able to watch them grow throughout their journey with us.
You could work with a range of people who have complex needs, including people who are living with a neuro-disability, physical disability, mental ill-health, learning disability and/or autism, brain or spinal injury, stroke or complex dementia.
If your application is successful, you’ll complete a five day company induction, before doing a hands-on induction in your workplace and buddying up with an experienced colleague whilst you learn the ropes.
As a Support Worker with Exemplar Health Care, there are lots of opportunities to do Continuing Professional Development and progress in your career if you wish. We offer a range of in-house and external training programmes, including:
four day bespoke induction for new team members, including the Care Certificate
mandatory and statutory training (MAST) to refresh core competencies
apprenticeships and higher apprenticeships, including the Trainee Nursing Associate programme