Join us at our Recruitment Open Day

Have you ever considered a career in adult social care?

We are holding a recruitment open day on Monday January 27th. If you believe passionately that individuals with learning disabilities should have the right to live and work in the community, why not join Yarrow as a Support Worker? We believe that the people we support should have a voice – and a choice about the housing, care and support they receive. Join our team providing ground-breaking person-centred services and you’ll be helping to discover that voice and provide that choice.

You may already have experience in the field of learning disabilities. Perhaps you’ve looked after a family member? Or perhaps your compassion and passion are being under-used in your current job and you feel it’s time for a change?

We offer attractive pay rates and there is scope to earn more depending on the level of personal care you are required to provide and also within our sleep-in services.

Come and join a dedicated group of professionals to help us deliver not just a high standard of care but also to help fulfil people’s aspirations and dreams. Please note that our work involves providing personal care and in some instances this can involve intimate personal care.

To find out more and how to book a place at our Recruitment Open Day on Monday 27 January, please visit our website here:

On the day, you’ll need to bring proof of identity (passport or drivers licence), a copy of your CV, proof of your eligibility to work in the UK and details of your referees. If you demonstrate that you have what it takes to be a great Support Worker, you could walk away with a job offer that day.

If you would like to find out more about the role of Support Worker, please take a look at the full job listing here, and read the “More Information” section: Be a Support Worker at Yarrow.

If you would like to find out more about the role of Bank Worker, please look at the full job listing here and read the “More information section: Be a Bank Worker at Yarrow.

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