Graduate Support Worker
Are you a graduate seeking a career in the Health & Social Care sector?
Sequence Care Group is recruiting graduates wishing to pursue careers in Psychology, Occupational Therapy or Speech & Language Therapy with in the field of Learning Disabilities & Mental Health.
If you are kind & compassionate, a recent graduate (last 2 years or due to graduate) and want to work for an organisation as passionate about people as you are, then Sequence Care Group’s Graduate scheme may be for you.
Joining our Graduate Scheme could open up new career opportunities making a positive difference every day?
Seeking dedicated and enthusiastic graduates to join our team of support workers on a fast track scheme. You must be prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ to support the independence of the vulnerable adults in your care and in return you’ll get great job satisfaction!
Our 12 month programme will certainly stretch and challenge you – are you ready for the journey?
Your programme will be structured around our Residential Services; you must be flexible to work according to a shift rota. We also ask all applicants to be geographically flexible as this allows us to offer you the widest range of career opportunities;
You will start by completing an 8 days Induction session which will introduce you to our Company and how we work. Your Induction will cover your first 12 weeks based on the Care Certificate. You will receive a full local and corporate induction after which you will attain the new Care Certificate.
You will have regular supervisions and appraisals from a Mentor who will support and guide you throughout your programme.
Sequence have a comprehensive Workforce Development program, in addition to attending these courses we will support your continuous development through structured opportunities to take part in the care planning process, transition planning, Clinical Services Team meetings and shadowing a member of the Multi-Disciplinary Team one day a month.
You will attend courses such as Aspergers & Autism Spectrum Conditions, Mental Health Conditions and Care Plan and Risk Assessment and Note writing to develop your knowledge and skills and improve your Professional Practice.
- Enhanced DBS covered
- Competitive hourly rate of £7.75 per hour to earn whilst you learn
- Paid breaks
- Access to Clinical Services Team learning & development
- A dedicated Mentor
- 28 days annual leave including bank holidays
- Online rewards including High Street Voucher scheme
- Membership to an Employee Assistance Program
- Cycle to work scheme
To apply: email your CV or completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org