The role

A Support Worker is responsible for providing people who use our services with high quality, safe and compassionate healthcare, care and physical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that ensures the health, safety and welfare of the person you support is an absolute priority. Regular and punctual attendance is a basic and essential requirement as is the need to be professional and a good role model.

The role
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What are we looking for?

It is not important to have qualifications or previous experience as we provide all employees with learning and development opportunities and all support workers gain a qualification usually within 12 months of commencing employment. What is important is that you have the right values and qualities including:

  • Good communication skills
  • Patience
  • Empathy
  • Supportive
  • Resilience
  • Reassuring and calm

The recruitment process

We want to make the recruitment process as easy and accessible for all candidates who would like to work at the Hesley Group, so here is a quick overview of what you can expect when you apply for a Support Worker role at Hesley:

1. Register on our online vacancy portal
2. Complete the quick and easy application page
3. Wait to hear from a Hesley Hiring Manager to find out if you have been shortlisted (you will be notified via email of any updates to your candidate account)
4. Book onto an interview slot of your choosing as soon as possible
5. Prepare for your interview by making sure you know about the Hesley Group and what it means to be a Support Worker
6. Attend your interview – Good luck!
7. Wait for the interview outcome
8. Complete all of your onboarding documents via the candidate portal.

The recruitment process