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Job Overview
  • Company: Comfort Care Services
  • Base Pay: £7.33 - £9.00 /Hour
  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Industry: Other Great Industries
  • Job Type: Health Care
  • Required Experience: Not Specified
  • Required Travel: Not Specified
  • Location: UK-Woking
  • Email: Send Email Now
Support Assistant
Job Description

Support Assistant - Mental Health - Woking/Knaphill

Comfort Care Services provides high quality supported housing and support for individuals with mental health needs, challenging behaviour and learning disabilities.

Due to our rapid growth, we are looking for individuals with ambition, creativity and commitment to join us in the role of Support Assistants. You will support our service users to improve their daily living skills and live life to their full potential.

Hours currently available:
Saturday and Sunday 7am to 11pm


Saturday and Sunday 7am to 3pm or 3pm to 11pm

Key responsibilities will include, but not be limited to:

-Implementing and carrying out individual SU support plans
-Safeguarding the rights and dignity of the SU
-Supporting SU to build their confidence, self-esteem and their ability to manage their mental health symptoms
-Support the SUs with taking their medication
-Support SUs with their daily living skills and domestic chores
-Encourage and motivate SUs into employment, voluntary work and/or into education
-Accurately keeping daily records.

If you are passionate about supporting people, have good communication skills, are well organized and looking to further your career we can offer you:
- A competitive salary £14,000 up to £20,000 (depending on experience)
- 28 days paid leave (including public holidays)
- Fixed shifts
- In house training
- Career opportunities and progressions
- Company pension scheme

Job Requirements


Company Overview

Founded in 1985, Comfort Care Services is a specialist care organisation providing supported housing for vulnerable adults with mental health needs, challenging behaviour, learning disabilities and individuals recovering from substance/alcohol misuse and other complex needs.

Comfort Care provides a secure, reassuring environment in which our service users are encouraged in their transition back into the community.