Support Workers - Waking Nights (Learning Disabilities)DevonSalary scale: £25,084.80 - £26,499.20 per annum (£12.06 - £12.74 per hour including an hourly night premium of £2.15)Working hours: Full-time nights (3 nights on, 3 nights off per week)Our client is looking for an amazing full-time nights Support Worker to join their team within their 10 bed Residential & Short Break Home in Devon.About the RoleChildren and young people with learning disabilities and their families are at the heart of everything our client does and they want every person they support to have a great life with excellent outcomes. They couldn't achieve that without all the great Support Workers who join their care teams. It all starts with you!There is no such thing as a 'typical' Support Worker. Our client's staff come from lots of different backgrounds, people with little or no experience but want a job that involves helping people, those who want a change of career, as well as experienced Support Workers. The one thing that links them all together is their desire to work with young learning-disabled people, make their lives better and help them to learn something new or take a further step towards independence. Our Support Workers certainly don't see what they do as 'just another job'.As a full-time nights Support Worker, your shifts will either be a 9:15pm to 9:15am (these take place during term-time and Saturdays), or 8:00pm - 8:00am (these take place during school holidays), with a working pattern of three nights on, three nights off.About Our ClientOur client is a learning disability charity based in Devon. They have children and adults' residential homes, a further education college and community-based programs.They believe in the rights of all individuals with a learning disability, however complex, to receive the services and support they need to develop the skills and confidence to reach their full potential. Our client is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young adults and they expect all staff to share this commitment. For this post, pre-employment checks will be carried out, references will be sought and successful candidates will need to undertake an enhanced DBS check.About YouIdeally, you will have previous experience in this sector and hold a Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare (or equivalent). Though this qualification is by no means essential, a willingness to gain the qualification within 2 years is required. Defined as a "Good" provider by Ofsted, our client is looking for "Outstanding" staff who will deliver support in a professional, caring way. In return, they would like to support you in making care work your career, offering you an extensive induction on commencement of employment and an amazing array of training opportunities, and working with you on your own individual development plan to help you to progress your career.BenefitsOur client is a well-established charity that provides an excellent range of staff benefits:- 28 days' annual leave (including bank holidays), increasing with service (pro rata for part-time)- Annual incremental pay rises (within grade)- Pension and Life Assurance (T&Cs apply)- Enhanced Company Sick Pay (after qualifying period)- Employee Assistance Scheme- Retail/High Street shopping discounts (Charity Workers Discounts)- Fully funded Enhanced DBS & Update Service- Refer a Friend bonus scheme (T&Cs apply)- Comprehensive induction & training programsAs a Disability Confident Employer, our client is committed to encouraging applications from applicants who declare they have a disability, provided they meet the minimum job criteria as specified in the person specification, by offering a guaranteed interview.If you require any further information about this role or support with the online application process (other formats available) please call the HR team or email us.So, if you're looking for a new opportunity as a Support Worker, please apply via the button shown. This vacancy is being advertised by Webrecruit. The services advertised by Webrecruit are those of an Employment Agency.