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Response - Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, South East, UK

Support Worker - £18,360 - £19,383 per annum Free parking on site Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme

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Sellick Partnership Housing - Kent, South East, UK

The role will be based on a 37 hour working week Monday- Friday, it may also involve working a Sunday on occasion 5 months+

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Dean Healthcare South West - Stroud, Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, South West, UK

Looking for a better work/life balance? Do you want to oversee your own work rota? Mental Health Support Worker Work careers... Up to £11.25 per hour

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saha - Exmouth, Devon, South West, UK

The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) is an organisation that provides a range of housing and varied support services to vulnerable people. Our aim is to support people in achieving their full... Mental Health Support Worker careers... £11033 - £18389 per annum

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Vetro Recruitment - East End RG20, Hampshire, South East (+1 location)

If you want to know about the requirements for this role, read on for all the relevant information. mental support worker jobs... 9.30-10.42 week

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saha - Exeter, Devon, South West, UK

The Salvation Army Housing Association (saha) is an organisation that provides a range of housing and varied support services to vulnerable people. health worker jobs... £11033 - £18389 per annum

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Mental Health Support Worker  

Vetro Recruitment - Hook, Hampshire, Hampshire, South East, UK (+1 location)

We are looking to recruit personable, flexible and motivated Mental Health Care Assistants to support the permanent staffing team as and when they need additional assistance with their night cover . There... mental health worker jobs... £9.30 - £10.42 per hour, Benefits Pension, Weekly Pay, Dedicated Consu

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from: totaljobs.com (+3 sources) - 5 days ago

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Local Care Force - ENG, GB (+1 location)

With... To view the full job details please click apply. health support worker jobs...

from: ziprecruiter.co.uk (+1 source) - 5 days ago

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Local Care Force - Darlington, County Durham, North East, UK (+4 locations)

Mental Health Support Workers – Darlington mental health support jobs... From £10 to £10.50 per hour

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Vetro Recruitment - South Glamorgan, Wales, UK (+3 locations)

Vetro Recruitment has a fantastic opportunity for experienced Mental Health Support Workers to work within a Mental Health Care package based within a Secure Unit in Cardiff. health support jobs... £10.09 per hour

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from: totaljobs.com (+3 sources) - 8 days ago

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Vision for Education - Manchester - Manchester, UK

Guaranteed pay scheme (subject to availability and qualifying criteria). Pension contributions (subject to qualifying period). Full compliance with AWR (Agency Workers’ Regulations), to make sure you get... mental support jobs...

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Vetro Recruitment - Hampshire, South East, UK

Would you like to make a difference to the lives of people with mental health illnesses? healthcare support worker Swansea... £9.30 - £10.42 per hour, Benefits Pension, Weekly Pay, Flexi hours, Fu

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  • Mental health support Adam

    Only recently I discovered that I love helping others, and especially people with mental health issues. I’d like to work in this field, but the information I find can be a bit contradictory at times. Could it be that there’s no requirement for formal training to become a mental health support worker?

    • Melissa:

      As with many other fields, it depends on the particular role. Some do not need formal training, though the candidate is expected to be literate and numerate. Having some prior experience in the field of care is always a plus. At times employers may ask for GCSE or some qualification related with the field of healthcare.

      • Adam:

        Thank you Melissa. Can you get work in public and/or private institutions with the requirements you say, or only for individual private patients?

        • Melissa:

          Of course, you can officially work for institutions. Again, like everywhere else, the quality, formation and experience of the other applicants will determine the value of your candidacy every time.

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Sonia B:

      My ideal job is supporting offenders leaving prison; providing 1-2-1 needs assessments/risk assessments, and supporting them to rehabilitate back into the community. I love supporting vulnerable groups and helping them to help themselves, by making a valuable contribution to society.

    • Gary Haldenby:

      My ideal job is to be a counsellor/facilitator to help support and help people with alcohol/substance misuse problems.

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