Charity seeks compassionate support workers - The Rugby Observer

Charity seeks compassionate support workers

COMPASSIONATE folk are being sought to help others find a future.

Rugby charity New Directions is hosting a recruitment day on Saturday September 9, between 10am to 2pm at The Exchange in Rugby.

Managers of New Directions, which provides training to motivational people who are flexible for a variety of evening and weekend shifts, will be on hand to answer questions at the event open to support workers or those new to the role.

Support workers are expected to provide personal, physical and emotional support to people with disabilities.

HR manager Lorna Brindley said: “New Directions is a forward thinking charity and the requirement of its roles as a support worker has changed over the years with the advance in approaches to supporting people with disabilities and new technologies.

“Being a support worker can be challenging so with the right support for our employees our charity offers great opportunities and competitive rates of pay.

“If you are looking for a rewarding career that changes lives then New Directions can provide you with a the skills and knowledge that will give you that satisfaction.”

New Directions provides a wide variety of support services including home care, respite, day activities and transitional support to adults with learning and physical disabilities, their families and carers.

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