Support Workers £7.65 per hour rising to £8.61 per hour after completion of CIS and probationary period.

Shift work according to rota.  up to 30 hours per week

Weekend Rate Enhancement of + £1 per hour


The Disabilities Trust provides an imaginative concept of personal care and specialist housing for people with severe physical disabilities, autism and acquired brain injury.  We are a highly respected national charity, providing modern, purpose-built accommodation and a full variety of support facilities for adults with a wide range of disabilities and special needs.


You will be supporting service users with autistic spectrum conditions and learning disabilities, appropriate to their individual cultural and social needs, to ensure they lead a full and valued life.  Providing maximum involvement in decision making and community activities, you will enable our service users to participate in and contribute to the local community.


If you are a team player with good communication skills, flexible in your approach and are able to work under pressure, we would like to hear from you.  A driving licence and previous experience of working with people who have autism/learning disabilities would be desirable.  We offer full induction training.


This position is subject to a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure.


To apply, please complete the online application pack on www.thedtgroup.org and email it to hamiltonlodge@thedtgroup.org or stefanie.mills@thedtgroup.org


For further information or an application form, please ask in reception or contact: Stefanie Mills on Tel:  01206 233090


Closing date: Ongoing

About The Disabilities Trust

The Disabilities Trust is a UK charity founded over 30 years ago in Burgess Hill, West Sussex, as The Disabled Housing Trust. The Disabilities Trust provides residential, day services, care, rehabilitation and support to meet the needs of people providing physical disabilities, acquired brain injury (ABI), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and learning disabilities as well as children and adults with autism