The first step towards a new career in care

We are recruiting several Enablement Workers to My Options. Enablement Workers are carers who can work flexibly as and when required. Their primary job is to support people who need help to do more.

Why become an Enablement Worker?

If you are looking to:

  • start new career
  • work flexibly
  • have a more fulfilling job
  • make a positive difference to someone’s life
  • the chance to improve your CV

Then becoming an enablement worker could be the perfect role for you.

Care work is a job for anyone, it doesn’t matter who you are or what your expertise. When you are a carer it’s a bit like being a friend for someone, and this means that the job itself can be very varied with no two days will be the same. You’ll be working with all kinds of people, both young and old.

We asked some of our carers what they feel about their role to give you an idea of what being a carer is like. It’s not quite what you would expect!

Job benefits

Salary - starting from £9.32 an hour depending on the service that you are working in.

Hours - work as much or as little as you want – but it’s not 9 to 5 job.

Benefits - there are a number of organisations that recruit Enablement Workers, but we offer excellent Terms and Conditions including enhanced holiday entitlement. A local government pension is also on offer when you work with us.

Training/qualifications - we will provide training and support along the way to help you in your role. Get in touch to find out what they would be.

Career progression - there are lots of opportunities to find a permanent role in care if that is what you are looking for. Currently, 100% of our Enablement Workers have gone on to find permanent roles in care.

Apply now or register your interest

If you would like to apply to be an enablement worker than please get in touch. We are more than happy to have a chat with you about anything you have questions about.

If you are looking for an informal chat in person and to ask a few questions then please come to one of our “drop in sessions”. These give people the opportunity to come and look around a service, meet staff and customers. We chat about all of the services and what job opportunities we have available. If you want to know more, just get in touch.

The following drop in session is taking place at one of our community properties - 47 Pauline Close, Ketley, Telford, TF1 5GG.

Apply online

If you prefer to make an application without speaking to us then you can complete an online application on the WM Jobs Portal website. If you want to complete a paper application then please get in touch and we will send one out to you.

Vacancies in Community Support - closing date Friday 10 May 2019