Support Worker

£10.45 Per Hour
England, East Riding of Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber
Part Time
Closing Date: November 29, 2021
Support Worker

Male Support Worker

Waking Night Shifts

£10.45 per hour

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week


Do you want to go to work every day knowing that you’re making a difference; knowing that you’re supporting others to live their lives the way they choose? It takes empathy, compassion, and commitment to be a Support Worker and if these are qualities you already have, then we’d love to hear from you!  

We’re currently supporting a gentleman with a learning disability and forensic history in the Hessle area, and we’re looking for fun and friendly Support Workers with a great sense of humour to join his nights team on a full-time basis.  

As a waking nights Support Worker your role is to encourage healthy sleep routines and provide any assistance that may be required during the night. 

The gentleman you will be supporting likes rap music, rock oldies and he likes wearing designer clothing. He also likes spicy food and likes to cook from scratch every now and then. One of his goals is to learn Polish as he likes their culture and their food. His ideal Support Worker is someone who can do African braids and has some knowledge of computer games – could this be you?  

As well as supporting this gentleman with his daily routines, you will be supporting him to; develop and understand his emotions, develop effective ways to communicate his needs and develop empathy for the needs of others.

This is an incredibly rewarding role, but it can also be challenging, and you will be required to draw on your compassion, resilience, and a non-judgemental attitude. You will need a sound understanding of risk management and the ability to maintain appropriate structures and boundaries to support this gentleman to meet his goals.

Waking nights shifts are from 10pm - 7am. We’re looking for people with flexibility to work these shifts across weekdays, weekends and a share of the bank holidays. At Dimensions, we value a health work / life balance so you will receive your rota at least 4 weeks in advance.   

If you have any further questions and would like to discuss the role in more detail, please call Lauren on 07943 713 039.


To see how you will be rewarded for your hard work and commitment, please see the attached job description which details the full list of employee benefits.  

At Dimensions we’re proud to be one of very few social care organisations that are members of the Great Places to Work programme 2019, 2020 & 2021. 

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Applications will be shortlisted on receipt and interviews will be held until the posts are filled.

  • An enhanced DBS disclosure will be required for this role, the cost of which will be incurred by Dimensions
  • We welcome applications from everyone and value diversity in our workforce
  • As Disability Confident Leaders, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy - Dimensions has been awarded this symbol by Jobcentre Plus to recognise our commitment towards the employment, retention, training and career development of disabled employees
  • As part of our commitment to making reasonable adjustments we can offer support to complete your application in one of our offices using assistive technology
  • We now have British Sign Language (BSL) translated videos for all of our recruitment communications

"Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010."

Other organisations call this role Community Support Worker, Residential Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Social Care Worker, Social Care Assistant or, Bank HCA, Healthcare Assistant or Carer.

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