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Bank Worker
London
Competitive hourly rate plus generous sleep-in payments

Looking for flexible work? Want to choose your own hours? Interested in working across a range of services? Able to commit to working regularly?

If you are a warm and caring person that enjoys working with others;  like to have fun and to be busy;  are motivated to see others achieve  then come and be a Yarrow Bank Worker.  Yarrow is passionate about supporting people with learning disabilities to grow and flourish.  We support people across West London to have active and creative lives at home and in the community.  We are looking for people to join our organisation who share our passion.

You will support people with all aspects of their daily life.  You will work in a small team and sometimes on your own. The work can be challenging but it is very rewarding.  As one of our current Workers said:

“I don’t think there is any other job where people wait at the door for you when you get back from annual leave – it’s so rewarding”.

Some experience of working with people with a learning disability or with other vulnerable people is essential, and we do require people to be able to work some days during the week, not just weekends. We are looking for people who are motivated, have the right values and are open to learning.  We will provide you with great training and you will definitely develop a wide range of new skills.

Salary is competitive, and as part of Yarrow’s bank team you will have the opportunity to work as little as a few hours per week or to work full time. Some flexibility is required, especially during your induction. Hourly rates are between £8.21 and £10.55 per hour, plus enhancements for Bank Holidays and sleep-ins.

If you want to take a step closer to joining Yarrow then click on the buttons below to get more information about the job and an application form. Please read the information pack carefully before submitting your completed application form to us at recruit@yarrow.org.uk.

Yarrow is proud to be a member of the disability confident scheme.