Health and Social Care Support Worker
|Full Time Permanent
G05 - £19,698 – £20,493 per annum (pro rata)
for an exciting new challenge?
Want job satisfaction whilst making a real difference to people’s lives?
we want to talk to YOU!
Wrexham County Borough Council’s Social Care Department are working with Health colleagues in the Community Resource Team to recruit 30 new community based Support Worker posts to work in a more integrated way. This is a unique opportunity to receive training and experience in both settings. If you answered ‘yes’ to the question above then we want to hear from you; you needn’t have any health or social care experience as full training will be given and we can provide ongoing support to you throughout the application process.
Our new Health and Social Care Support Worker positions will work across Health and Social Care teams and settings to support people all over Wrexham. These positions will have a unique opportunity to receive induction and development within the health service with placements in a variety of health care settings as well as local authority social care.
holidays and permanent contracted hours
across a variety of health and social care settings
Progression routes and job opportunities in health and social care
ü A wide
range of training available
supportive team of colleagues and managers
Our new Health and Social Care Support Worker positions will work across Health and Social Care teams to support people all over Wrexham. These positions will have a unique opportunity to receive induction and development within a health team as well as local authority social care and forms part of our long term investment and plans to growWe operate an interview guarantee scheme for suitably qualified candidates with disabilities committed to Equal Opportunities.
Adult Social Care is working to increase its Welsh
speaking workforce to meet the needs of the community we serve, therefore will
particularly welcome applications from candidates who demonstrate their
capability to work in both English and Welsh.
The Council welcomes applications from suitably qualified candidates regardless of race, gender, disability, sexuality, religious belief or age.
The Council is committed to developing its bilingual workforce and welcomes applications from candidates who demonstrate their capability to work in both English and Welsh. Applications submitted in Welsh will not be treated less favourably than an application submitted in English.