Care Support Worker Uk Sponsorship Available

April 19, 2024
£22.9 - £23.3 / year

Job Description




Are you an experienced carer seeking for a Monday-Friday position?If you also have a valid UK driver’s licence, we’d love to hear from you!

We’re looking for innovative individuals to join our welcoming Community Learning team. Our goal is to offer a diverse range of learning and leisure experiences for adults with epilepsy and significant learning disabilities, allowing them to connect with their community while fostering independence. Some of the main responsibilities include:

  • Organising and engaging in activities, both on and offsite.
  • Developing skills according to person-centered plans
  • Recording, encouraging, and celebrating people’ personal achievements.
  • Assisting with personal care and maintaining a clean atmosphere, ensuring that supplies are safely stored.

You must be committed, motivated, caring, and passionate about the people we support. We also require that you share and display our beliefs and passion for helping our clients live their lives as independently as possible. Complete training will be provided.The full-time hours for this position are 37.5 hours per week, Monday through Friday from 9.00am to 5.00pm.

To be considered for this position, you must hold a full manual UK driver’s licence, as you may be expected to drive our St. Elizabeth’s cars on occasion.

We can only sponsor successful candidates who have a Level 2 qualification in Health & Social Care (or equivalent), meet the Home Office’s minimum income criteria for Skilled Worker visas, and are in accordance with St Elizabeth’s pay structure.

Why Work for Us?

St Elizabeth’s is a charity that helps children, young people, and adults with epilepsy and other difficult medical illnesses.

Over the last 120 years, St Elizabeth’s has expanded to include a non-maintained special school for both boarders and day students, a specialist Further Education College, domiciliary care for College students, Supported Living in the community, a comprehensive Day Opportunities programme for adult day clients, and 24-hour health care provided by specialist nurses and therapists.

In addition to outstanding staff training, our employees are rewarded with a variety of extra incentives available as part of their employment:

  • 23 days of yearly leave each year + bank holidays
  • Eligible for Blue Light card savings on major brands!
  • Discounted gym membership.
  • Employee Recognition Scheme
  • Life assurance
  • Free on-site parking
  • Recommend a friend and receive up to £500!*
  • Confidential employee help programmes
  • Fully paid for DBS.
  • Contributory pension scheme—eligible employees are automatically enrolled after 3 months at 5% (3% employer contribution).
  • On-site accomodation from £200 per month for assigned roles
  • Subsidised staff transport from Bishops Stortford, Harlow, Sawbridgeworth, and Stanstead Abbotts.

*Terms and Conditions apply.

How to apply?

Please fill out an application form and upload an up-to-date CV on our website.All offers are conditioned to the receipt of successful pre-employment checks and references, including an upgraded DBS check. Please take aware that we are not on a public transport route. The advertised compensation range is for full-time equivalents, and appointment on the scale is determined by the role, qualifications, and experience.

Applications will be screened and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis, so we encourage applying sooner rather than later. We reserve the right to close an advertisement if we receive sufficient applications before the deadline.If you require reasonable adaptations during the application or interview process, please let us know as soon as possible.

Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion

At St Elizabeth’s, we value diversity and strive to foster a varied and inclusive work environment. We are happy to be recognised as an Investor in People and to be Disability Confident. We are an equal opportunity employer that welcomes applications from the whole community.


St Elizabeth’s Centre is committed to protecting and promoting the well-being of children, vulnerable adults, and young people. The selected applicant will be asked to complete an enhanced disclosure with the Disclosure and Barring Service. Some of our positions entail regulated activity that affects vulnerable children, adults, and young people. It is a criminal crime for those who are prohibited from working in regulated activities to apply for positions that require them to work unsupervised with that specific group. Our open positions are exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974.


Registered charity number 1176777.