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Part-time support work job Manchester
Time Specialist Support is recruiting support workers!
- Have bags of enthusiasm and love having fun whilst working?
- Want to make a difference to the lives of young people with special needs?
- Well organised?
- Available after school and/or some weekends?
- Flexible working
- Competitive rates of pay £9-£12 per hour
- Ongoing training to boost existing skills set and develop new skills
- An opportunity to get paid whilst having fun!
HOW TO APPLY
- Download the Job Description & Person Specification
- Then click here to download the Application Form which you will need to fill in
- Email the completed application form back to us along with your CV to email@example.com
“I definitely feel more confident from meeting so many new and different people and confidence within my abilities as a support worker.
I also really like how flexible and supportive Time are when it comes to working hours.
Time has helped further my career as it is within a relevant area, as I am currently studying Psychology at University.
Also, Time has allowed me to be more confident and organised, which are excellent skills to utilise in the future.”
“I think the idea of taking responsibility for someone else is always scary, and working for Time has without a doubt improved my confidence in my day-to-day life. Ranging from daily social interactions to getting work done effectively.
I think it puts a lot of real-life scenarios in perspective when studying as well. You can sit in a class and be taught really well how to deal with vulnerable people, but you won’t properly know what its like until you experience it.”
“I enjoy getting to know the service users and seeing them progress over time, it’s really rewarding and I often leave sessions feeling surprisingly fulfilled.
Time also lets me be very flexible with my hours and I can choose to work when it suits me best, which has worked well alongside my uni work.
I’ve become more patient and better at planning things in advance. I’ve also gained more insight into the lives of others that I may not normally have been able to, which is very valuable as a psychology student.”