Are you looking for a rewarding career? Or perhaps you’d like just a few hours’ work each week to fit around your personal circumstances?
Join our small and friendly organisation and become part of enabling people with disabilities to lead enriched and independent lives.
Why Support Work?
Support work can be hard work and challenging at times. However, supporting individuals on holidays, day trips and to attend activities they enjoy is also fun, exciting and rewarding!
It is a joy to help people to fulfil their life with variety and to support them to try new experiences, assist them to develop existing skills as well as exploring new skills and challenges.
If you are a caring, enthusiastic, hardworking person who enjoys making people happy and supporting them to reach their full potential then come and our team as a Support Worker with Ordinary Lifestyles.
Why Ordinary Lifestyles?
We are an accredited Living Wage Employer!
This means that every member of staff working for Ordinary Lifestyles will earn a Real Living Wage!
In addition we provide:
- Flexible working hours
- Competitive rates of pay
- Auto enrolment pension scheme (with enhanced employer contribution)
- Six weeks paid annual leave
- Full training and development opportunities
- Opportunity to join a credit union (working in partnership with Metro Moneywise)
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Recruitment Rewards/Refer a Friend Scheme for existing and new staff members
- Provision of/access to internal Mental Health First Aiders
- Our commitment to ensuring employees’ good health and wellbeing
- Opportunities to join working groups to ensure your voice and ideas are heard
- Opportunities, if wanted, to work within other services across the organisation to undergo different experiences
- Mentoring/buddying up services
Want to be part of it?
Get in touch to find out more:
Call 0161 202 0050
Or write to us at:
Ivy Mill Business Centre
Manchester M35 9BG
We’re currently looking to recruit staff. Click here to find out more.
My name is Anthony, I have been supported by Ordinary Lifestyles for 10 years. I share my house with Dorothy, and we get on really well. I enjoy helping her out and making her laugh. I like my support workers; they take me to the tattooists and other activities that I do like drama where I’m learning to act.
I enjoy socialising with my friends and family. When I’m at home I enjoy looking after the house, doing the housework, watching tv and talking to my staff and housemate. I’ve just bought a dartboard that we keep outside and I’m enjoying practising. I also love listening to music and looking at history books. I’ve got my own ‘phone and I ring my girlfriend and family most days to keep in touch with them.