We believe that the hard work you provide in bringing change to the lives who suffer from a long-term health condition deserves equally rewarding benefits. Just a few of the benefits available when working with us are outlined below.

Full holiday pay with plenty of time off.

competitive hourly rate​

Mileage paid in full

Full company pension

on-site mentoring & tutoring from highly qualified senior staff

comprehensive induction by your new friendly team

Refer a friend bonus

Attain additional qualifications, NVQ'S & Diplomas

About Us

At Anchor Community Support our vision is achieving lasting positive changes to the lives of those affected by mental health issues from every background.

Our unwavering belief in providing a lifeline to those who need it the most is represented by a team that shares these values of wanting to make a difference in the local community they live and work within. They do so with a firm that stands behind and supports each and every support worker in the daily task they encounter.

Positions Available

We are looking to hire Senior Support Workers and those interested or new to the industry (under 3 years experience) as support workers. Please see below for the job requirements and responsibilities.

Support Worker

We’re seeking to recruit some great new support workers; people with the right values and behaviours to work in our houses – could this be you? .

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Senior Support Worker

We are looking for senior support workers who have over 3 years of experience .

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Requirements (must haves)
  • Flexible and able to work a full day, night or weekend shift
  • Preferably have a driving license but it’s not essential.
  • Flexibility in being able to assist with full day or night shifts.
  • Driving license applications preferred, however, it is not essential.
  • Assisting with medication & shopping.
  • Supporting clients with attending appoints to a range of service e.g. doctors, specialists or benefits.
  • Cleaning and other daily household duties.
  • Supporting positive behaviour to help create lasting change.
  • Sitting & companionship services.
Requirements (must haves)
  • Eligibility to work in the United Kingdom and be able to read, write and communicate strongly in English. (CEFR level B1).
  • Applicants must have NVQ/RQF Level 3 or equivalent (A level or equivalent qualification)
  • Experience working with people with health & Mental disabilities and older people
  • Knowledge and use of clinical assessment tools
  • Understand care planning processes and have experience of writing care plans
  • Experience of leading a shift)
  • Preferably have a driving license but it’s not essential
  • Providing personal care & support at a senior level
  • Shadowing & training new care support workers
  • Monitoring care workers & home carers
  • Leading shifts when on duty
  • Responding to emergencies & providing guidance and support to care workers
  • Assist service users to dress, undress, wash, use the toilet, bathe along with preparing meals and undertaking of daily routine activities e.g. bills
  • Proactively stimulating service user with interest and activities
  • Monitoring conditions & contributing to care record keeping.
  • Liaising with care workers to carry out care plans and working with managers to ensure rotas are covered and organised.

Join our team today!