Who we are Vacancies Support worker vacancy Join an award-winning team Our support workers spend quality time with people living with dementia either in their home or out and about in the community. They aim to build relationships and promote independence for people in the early to mid-stages of dementia. During the pandemic they have become more important than ever. As social isolation has increased so has demand for our award-winning blend of companionship, care and support. Support workers come from a wide variety of backgrounds - like the people we support - so experience in the care sector is not essential. Life experience and a caring, empathetic nature is more important and we give full induction training and shadowing so those who are new to caring feel supported and confident in the role. Personal care is not part of the role. We urgently need people to join our team in the Marlborough and Pewsey areas. You will need a car, and to be able to provide regular hours each week. Benefits include paid travel time and a health plan. All our staff have comprehensive induction and regular training. Mileage is paid at 45p. At the moment our support workers wear PPE to ensure they and their clients stay safe. Flexible weekday hours Hours: Variable weekday hours - we can be flexible to suit your lifestyle and commitments Salary: From £9 per hour Please download the application form below and ensure that you relate your application to the job description and person specification. Do not send a CV or other information, as we cannot consider these in the shortlisting process. Please return your equal opportunities monitoring form and your application form to: Recruitment, Alzheimer’s Support, Park House, 1 Park Road, Trowbridge, Wiltshire BA14 8AQ or by email to [email protected] Application form Job description Person spec Equal opportunities form In December 2017 Alzheimer's Support's support workers and their managers were named Best Team in the national Dementia Care Awards. Mr T said his wife is like a different person after spending time with your support worker - happy, uplifted and very animated. Read more about Home Support Why I love my job - our support workers in their own words This short film, made by students at Wiltshire College, will tell you more about how our Support Workers make a difference.