Work For Us

We are looking to recruit experienced care and support staff who have worked with individuals with mental health, learning difficulties, autism, dementia and complex care needs, including acquired brain injury. If you don’t have specific experience but feel you have the right values we’d like to hear from you.

Please telephone to speak to a manager or fill out an application form if you are interested in working for a growing company where our staff are valued and supported. We provide excellent ongoing training and development opportunities.

Our recruitment procedure ensures that we employ motivated staff with the attitude and skills to encourage independence and empowerment. Our aim is to “match” service users with carers.

Saracen Care is committed to promoting equality and diversity in our recruitment process. We welcome people from different cultures and backgrounds and aim to treat all current and prospective employees fairly and with dignity and respect. Our staff values must also be at the heart of what we do.

New to Care – we advocate a Values based approach to recruitment, if you think you have the right values to support vulnerable individuals, please get in contact.

We have opportunities in SWINDON, GLOUCESTER & CHELTENHAM –  see our job descriptions.

Due to further business growth we are recruiting for the following positions.

Support Worker

Making a Difference
“I am a young man with a great sense of humour- I enjoy joking with the staff who support me. I like going out places and enjoy theme parks, drives, swimming and walks but I also like relaxing in front of the TV. I am looking for people to support me who have a good sense of humour and will encourage me to participate in daily living tasks. I can struggle with waiting and also with change. This could be because I have a learning disability, autism and communication difficulties. I haven’t long moved into my own house so I would like some one who has ideas for helping me to settle in and to do things that I enjoy and establish routines. When I become worried or upset I can display behaviours which other people find challenging.”

Location: Swindon.
Salary: £10-£11 per hour (depending on experience and qualifications).

Support Worker

Reports to: Care Manager / Senior Support Worker
Locations: Supporting living or domiciliary care locations in Gloucester, Cheltenham or Swindon.

To meet the needs of service users living within their own homes. Service user’s needs may include Mental Health, Learning Disabilities, Dementia, complex physical health needs or behaviours which challenge the service.

£8.50 – £9.20/hr depending on experience and qualifications, plus holiday and benefits.