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Weekend Support Worker - Mond Court (SA6)

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Package Description

JOB ROLE: Full-Time, Weekend Support Worker

LOCATION: Mond Court, Clydach (SA6)

SALARY: £12.60 to £13.30* per hour

SHIFT PATTERNS: 08:30-21:00PM, 12:00-23:00PM (Sleep till 07:00, work until 08:30) & 21:00-08:30AM


One thing that is for sure is that joining our team at Mond Court will be fulfilling and rewarding, offering you stability with the opportunity to grow and develop your career further. Many of our Managers and Team Leaders joined us as a Support Worker and through ongoing training and coaching they are continuing to move further up the accomplish ladder!

Experience within the care sector is not needed as we offer full training, coaching and development.


About Mond Court:

At Mond Court Apartments we support 6 people with Mental Health needs, who may also have Learning Disabilities or a dual diagnosis. We support individuals who may also have challenging behaviours and/or drug and alcohol problems.

We are looking for someone outgoing, enthusiastic and confident to join our team. You’ll be working in a challenging environment so must be able to follow instructions and make your own decisions when required to ensure the wellbeing of our clients.

Working as part of a team, you must be able to adapt, be a team player and flexible to the needs of the home. We are looking for a confident person who will be able to accompany and engage with our clients on various outdoor activities including Swimming, fishing, rock climbing and mountain walks. 


As a Support Worker, you will be involved in the day to day support and routine of the people within the service including

  • Prompting service users independence whilst helping them live a fulfilling life
  • Supporting & encouraging the development of personal skills through hobbies and interests
  • Maintaining and helping with health care needs, including accompanying service users to routine appointments or administrating medication
  • Teaching life skills such as budgeting, paying bills & shopping
  • Assisting with personal care (Depending on service user)
  • Assisting with domestic tasks including cleaning & cooking

Experience within the care sector is not essential as we offer full training, however what you do need is the enthusiasm and commitment to live our company values every day to ensure we move mountains to support people to live happy and healthy lives.


Why join us:

  • Annual leave - 5.6 weeks holiday per year
  • DBS Check – we cover the cost of your DBS check and further renewals
  • Wellbeing Support, Advice and Guidance – via our Employee Assistance Program though an online portal or over the telephone
  • Qualifications – we can support you to obtain a range of QCF’s opening up further career opportunities
  • Staff Referral Scheme –  earn up to a very generous £1,000 for referring a friend to join our team at accomplish
  • Induction- We pay for you to attend our comprehensive induction and on-going training
  • Discounts at Highstreet retailers, days out, gifts, holidays and even when buying a car – available via a Blue Light card that you will have access to as a Health and Social Care Employee
  • Health Scheme – employees can opt into paying for a cash healthcare plan through their salary. This enables employees to claim back money towards general day to day healthcare such as opticians and dentists


Keys Group brings together three of the UK’s leading and longest-established providers of specialist education, care and activities; Accomplish, Keys and Peak. The organisation provides specialist support and education for more than 2,000 children, young people, adults and families in services and schools across England and Wales.

Specialist residential and supported living services for adults with a learning disability, autism, mental health needs and acquired brain injury are provided throughout England and Wales by Accomplish.

Keys offers education and care services for children, young people and families across England and Wales through its specialist schools, residential children’s homes, activity and intervention and leaving care services, adult resource centre and family assessment centres.

Activities are offered by Peak through its seven specialist adventure centres including water sports, treetop and climbing centres, across England.


Apply now and one of our team will be in touch to discuss how you can begin your rewarding career - No agencies please

Please note that due to the vulnerable nature of the people that we support, all applicants must be over the age of 18

*Dependant on experience and qualifications



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