support worker

18 support services available across this Council. View services available across Northern Ireland
Event
Informal Meetup

Positive Futures

Positive Futures, A leading Northern Ireland charity supporting people with a learning disability, acquired brain injury, or autistic spectrum condition is opening a new Childrens Residential Service in Coleraine. We need to recruit a new team to set up and run the Service so we are holding an open recruitment event at Coleraine Job Centre where you can talk to our team about the roles we have on offer and even be interiewed for a job at the event.
Dates:
28 January 2020
Coleraine
Event
Informal Meetup Training/Advice

Positive Futures

We are expanding and looking to recruit staff. If you are interested in finding out about the roles we have to offer come and see us at one of our recruitment events on the Ards Peninsula. You will be able to complete an application at the event and, if short listed, be interviewed there and then, or at a later date if it suits you.
Dates:
25 November 2019
Lisburn
Event
Informal Meetup Training/Advice Workshop

Positive Futures

Come and find out about our job opportunities, meet the team, apply for roles and even be interviewed at the event.
Dates:
16 September 2019
Omagh
Event
Informal Meetup

Positive Futures

Interested in a career in care? We are expanding our services and need kind, caring and patient people for support worker roles. Come and see us at our recruitment event, talk to our staff and if you are interested in a role we may even be able to interview you there and then.
Dates:
29 January 2020
Bangor
Event
Workshop

Positive Futures

Come and find out about our job opportunities, meet the team, apply for roles and even be interviewed at the event.
Dates:
17 September 2019
Enniskillen
Event
Informal Meetup

Positive Futures

Interested in a career in care? We are expanding our services and need kind, caring and patient people for support worker roles. Come and see us at our recruitment event, talk to our staff and if you are interested in a role we may even be able to interview you there and then.
Dates:
28 January 2020
Enniskillen
Organisation
VCSE

Sense Touchbase Pears, 750 Bristol Road
Selly Oak,
Birmingham,
B29 6NA
United Kingdom

About us For everyone living with complex disabilities. For everyone who is deafblind. Sense is here to help people communicate and experience the world. We believe that no one, no matter how complex their disabilities, should be isolated, left out, or unable to fulfil their potential. Our experts offer personalised support through our centres, holidays and short breaks, or in people’s own homes.
Job | Full Time

Support and Relief Support Workers, Lisburn

Positive Futures

£20,009 per annum (£9.84 per hour)
Bangor
Job | Flexible

Support and Relief Support Workers, Omagh

Positive Futures

£20,009 per annum (£9.84 per hour)
Omagh
Job | Full Time

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Belfast
Job | Part Time

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Lurgan
Job | Flexible

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Belfast
Job | Part Time

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Belfast
Job | Full Time

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

£9.25
Belfast
Job | Flexible

Support Worker

Leonard Cheshire

Belfast
Job | Flexible

Waking Nights Support Worker, Omagh

Positive Futures

£20,009 per annum (£9.84 per hour)
Omagh
Event
Conference Online / Virtual Seminar Training/Advice

Reed in Partnership

Money Guiders are holding an event to discuss steps you can take as staff to manage your own wellbeing. We know that front line practitioners of Northern Ireland will be having difficult conversations about money guidance, so we want to offer support and time to recognise that. We welcome everyone to our network. So please spread the word so that we can grow and support as many practitioners as possible! Registration on the network is free and takes 5 minutes - via this link: www.moneyguidersni.co.uk – Our Network is growing weekly offering a rich variety of money guidance support for our unregulated Money Guiders Community. We encourage our community to use the joined up services of the network to help support you with whatever questions or challenges you face in your support roles. This may be directly or indirectly linked to money advice however every question is important - just email your question to [email protected] or [email protected] [email protected] Once we receive your question we will search our network for experienced or expert advise and arrange a 20 minute conversation for you to get the support you need. Completely free, funded by the Money and Pension Service (Maps) Registering on the network also gives you access to the many tools and resources such as Money Helper on our MaPS website. The Money Guidance Network Northern Ireland is part of the greater Network of money guidance across the four nations, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. By joining our network you will be kept up to date with the latest guidance and advise across the Network.
Dates:
10 December 2021
Newry