Working with us as a support worker
Well trained, experienced and dedicated support workers and other staff are central to our ability to provide quality person centred care in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Lincolnshire. The support packages we develop are designed to meet the individual needs of the people we work with. We achieve this through ongoing recruitment, training and two way communication. We value our employees highly for the contribution they make.
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Support worker jobs are highly rewarding at Augusta Care
Vacancies for support worker jobs and other roles
If you would like to be considered to work for us, click through for more information about each role, and use the downloadable application forms.
Support worker jobs
Support workers at Augusta Care provide a level of support which offers individuals the opportunity to be involved in all aspects of their life while encouraging active participation and decision making. Find out more about this vacancy below.
Careers with Augusta Care
Working with Augusta Care is a rewarding occupation. Through support worker jobs with Augusta Care, you have the opportunity to earn a living and you are placed in a unique position to actually make a difference to people’s lives. The value and appreciation of this should not be under estimated.
Our priority is to recruit and retain staff with the appropriate attitude and approach to supporting adults who need support due physical disabilities, learning disabilities or illness. It is important to us that our team has good communication skills and the ability to listen and empathize with people. We offer all of our employees regular support and opportunities to develop.
Our existing employees are given the first opportunity to be considered for new support worker jobs or other job opportunities that are created. We reward staff achievements by paying enhanced rates to staff who hold recognised certificates and qualifications.
We are committed to supporting our staff from the moment they are appointed. When you first join us you will work on a supernumerary basis until both you and your supervisor are happy that you have the knowledge required to take on the support worker job role independently. You will join us on a six month probationary period. We will meet every six weeks to discuss your progress and look at ways of improving your participation and enjoyment in your role.
We encourage our people to develop through career opportunities and training. We offer all staff training opportunities above the statutory minimums. You will receive the opportunity to learn new skills and develop your knowledge so that you can provide a high quality service and get maximum benefit from the role. We hope after a short while working with us you will want to expand your knowledge and develop your career.
Equality and diversity
We are an equal opportunity employer. Individuals are selected, promoted, and treated fairly and equally. The aim of our policy is to ensure that no job applicant or employee receives less favorable treatment. Our selection criteria and procedures for support worker jobs and other roles are frequently reviewed to ensure that individuals are selected, promoted and treated on the basis of their relevant merits and abilities. All employees are given an equal opportunity and are encouraged to progress within the organisation.