Stroud Court A-30

Our current vacancies

We’re always interested in hearing from committed, enthusiastic people who are looking to make a career working with autistic adults.

Our current job vacancies are listed below. If no jobs are listed, please send an email to Vicky@stroudcourt.org telling us a little about yourself and your experience, and we’ll be in touch when we have a suitable vacancy.

 

Support workers

We are currently finalising plans to extend the range of residential placements we have available, and are now keen to recruit new support staff. Permanent full- and part-time positions are available and we also want to increase our own bank of relief staff.

Please take a look at our support worker job description below to see if it’s a good fit for you and then contact us if you would like discuss the role in more detail and arrange a day and time to come along for an informal visit.

The job: To provide our autistic adult residents with daily one-on-one support and care. Experience is preferred but not essential; most important is the ability to demonstrate a caring and friendly manner.

Hours of work: Full time with alternating shifts (2.30 pm to 10.30 pm and 7.30 am to 3.30 pm), six days on, three days off.  Part-time hours are also possible.

Salary: £8.50 per hour to £8.67 per hour, depending on experience and qualifications, rising to £9.25 per hour upon successful completion of probation, plus £45 sleep in payment per night, £1,176 per year average weekend and unsociable hours enhancement, and double pay on bank holidays.  A new member of staff will on average earn over £19,000 in the first year.

Benefits: Overtime at x 1.25 weekdays, x 1.5 weekends, free comprehensive training package, 25 days holiday plus bank holidays, 3% employer pension contribution, free parking, free meals on shift and chance to work overtime.

Applicants must be over 18 and successful applicants will be required to undergo an Enhanced Criminal Records check.

For more information and an application form, please call Vicky Davies on 01453 839218. If you prefer, you can download an application form.