Become a Support Worker


We have vacancies!

We're recruiting for support workers to help older adults and to help adults with learning disabilities.

If you’re passionate about helping others, then you’re the perfect candidate for working with us as a support worker in adult social care. There are a lot of different types of support worker roles available with East Sussex County Council, depending on where you’d like to work or what you want to do, and we can help you find the right fit.

You don’t need qualifications or experience, we’ll provide all the training you’ll need. You’ll just need a desire to make a difference.


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Helping older adults

You will help older adults to become independent again following an illness, injury or a hospital stay. You will help each client as they recover and make a real difference as you’ll see your clients progress until the time when they are independent again. You will:

  • drive to clients and visit them in their own home to help them regain their independence
  • work with the therapy team to help provide care, rehabilitation, and exercise programmes
  • assist with personal care activities, for example washing, dressing, and meal preparation.

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These roles are managed by the Joint Community Rehabilitation (JCR) service, which is a partnership between Adult Social Care and Health, providing short term rehabilitation and package of care in the client’s own home.

For more details about roles helping older adults, call us for an informal chat on 01273 336674, or email us at JCR.Comments@eastsussex.gov.uk.

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We currently have part-time care jobs helping older adults, based in Lewes and the surrounding areas, and jobs based in Eastbourne.





  



Helping adults with a learning disability

We have a variety of rewarding job opportunities working with people with learning disabilities. We’re looking for people who want to help adults with learning disabilities get the most out of life.  This could involve:

  • providing assistance with leisure activities like cooking or gardening
  • helping with personal care
  • teaching new skills.

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For more details about a role helping adults with a learning disability, call us for an informal chat on 01323 464470, or email us at lds.office@eastbourne.gov.uk.

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We currently have part-time and full-time care jobs helping adults with a learning disability, in Bexhill and Crowborough:




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