Disability Support Worker Jobs

Earn competitive pay + work for a company that cares about you!

You’ll support our amazing service users reach their goals and live as independently as possible. You’ll also get involved in fun activities. Everyday is different!

A smile and your can-do attitude is all you need!

Why Apply For Our Disability Support Worker Jobs?

Our Disability Support Workers are important to us so our Disability Support Worker jobs come with great perks, including:

Great pay

Competitive rates

Training

Develop + grow

Flexibility

Flexible, local work

Extras

Paid holiday + free uniform

What is a Disability Support Worker?

We provide high quality support to adults and children, to become an active part of their community and to achieve their goals and aspirations.

If you’re passionate about supporting others achieve their goals, live a fulfilled life and want a rewarding career, our disability Support Worker jobs could be right for you.

Be a superstar with a disability suppport worker job

Our disability Support Workers are local superstars who work directly with service users who have different learning disabilities and complex needs.

Every day is different with a disability Support Worker job

When you join our team, you’ll enable people to make the most of each and every day, either at home or in one of our supported living properties.

Enjoy fun activities with a disability Support Worker job

You’ll support people to be as independent as possible doing a variety of tasks from cooking and cleaning to activities like parties, bike rides and even trips to the zoo!

What Does A Disability Support Worker Do?

Our disability Support Worker jobs are varied. You’ll help service users with a wide array of tasks, including:

  • Attending appointments – being supportive
  • Going to day centres – for fun activities
  • Social activities – to meet new people
  • Day trips out – like going bowling!
  • Taking medication – creating routines + collecting prescriptions
  • Preparing meals – ensuring a healthy diet is maintained
  • Personal care – maintaining good hygiene + getting ready for the day
  • Support with shopping – budgeting, meal prep & essentials
Disability Support worker jobs

What Skills Do You Need?

Make a difference everyday to people’s lives by enabling them to reach their goals and live as independently as possible. You’ll work with our fun and outgoing team who’ll support you every step of the way.

You don’t need to have any previous experience supporting people with learning disabilities to apply for a disability Support Worker job. We’ll provide you with all the training you need to deliver the best quality support. Just bring your enthusiasm to learn.

We also have many optional training courses and apprenticeship programmes to help you level up in your career! We want to help you to become the best disability Support Worker you can be.

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Come & join us today! It’s super quick and easy to apply for a disability Support Worker job.

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Our Job Checks

Before you join our team, we’ll complete some jobs checks. These are in line with CQC regulations and are generally completed within a week. We’ll check:

Quick Questions

How much does a disability Support Worker get paid?

Our pay varies depending on location and your previous experience. To learn more about our disability Support Worker job pay rates, chat to our friendly Jobs Team who’ll provide you with all the information you’ll need. You can call on 0330 055 2222.

Can I work part-time?

Yes! We have both part-time and full-time jobs available, so that you can work hours which suit you. It’s also a matter of preference, as disability Support Workers would rather work guaranteed hours and others more flexible hours.

Our full-time hours are 40 hours a week and our part-time hours can be flexible. If you’re interested in learning more about our flexible hours, talk to our Jobs Team who’ll give you more information.

How soon can I start?

It takes only a few minutes to apply for a disability Support Worker job. From the day we receive your application, you could be starting your new job in just four weeks time! After you apply, if you seem suitable, you will be booked in for an interview. If you’re successful, you’ll be given a job offer. You will then complete your induction training at our fantastic exclusive, Alina Homecare Academy. Once completed, you will then meet your amazing local team whom you’ll work with, book onto your first shift and then be ready to shine in your new job!

How old are the people I will be supporting?

We support many amazing people of all ages. Some are young adults and are as young as 18.

What skills are needed to apply for a disability Support Worker job?

Everyone wants a meaningful job. At Alina Homecare, we can give you that. You’ll have opportunities to develop as a person and learn new skills to make a difference.

Bring your supportive and happy attitude and we’ll teach you the rest. No experience is needed as our exclusive Alina Homecare Academy trains you to succeed as a disability Support Worker.

We’ll support you every step of your career with us, which is why we also offer wellbeing support to all team members.

You’ll make new friends and feel inspired to reach your full potential. No two days will be the same and here at Alina Homecare, our roles are more than ‘just a job’.

Are there any senior roles available?

Yes there are! You can apply to be a senior support worker or Field Care Supervisor. There are also great career prospects if you’re new to support work and you can look forward to developing and growing an exciting career with us.

Join our Team today!