Support Worker & Community Enabler

8.50 - 10.75 GBP Hourly + GBP8.50 - GBP10.75/hour
20 Mar 2019
17 Apr 2019
Contract Type
A national organisation is looking to recruit a Support Worker to work within their service based in Warwickshire. The role is full time and could be offered on a temporary to permanent basis. The role is aimed at helping people with learning difficulties or mental health, to access to local services and provide enablement for them to live independently.

The role

In the role of Mental Health Support Worker, the client group being supported are adults with mental health problems and you will be required to support them with access to the local community, help with financial freedom and enabling independence.


* Key working with clients to build successful and trusting relationships

* Keeping record of work done with clients in the form of support plans

* Supporting with financial matters and gaining independence

* Risk assessing individuals


The successful candidate for the role of Support Worker will have:

* Experience working with adults with similar needs in a supportive capacity

* A genuine passion for working with vulnerable people

* Be a car driver with access to a vehicle

* A DBS check issued within the last 12 months

* Be available immediately or on one weeks' notice

Morgan Hunt have been working within Social Care for more than 12 years to help find social care and housing professionals the right position at the right time. We provide an honest and consultative approach will help our candidates to secure the most suitable position for them.

If you feel you meet the above criteria, please apply now.

Morgan Hunt is a multi award winning Employment Business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer job suitability are assessed on merit in accordance with their skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role