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MHC UK Ltd

MHC UK is one of the UK's top providers of support to individuals with learning disabilities, mental health issues, behaviours that challenge and autism.

Working at MHC is so rewarding and no day is the same.

Residents with learning disabilities, mental health issues, behaviours that challenge and autism benefit from an Active Support approach, Person Centred Planning and Positive Behavioural Support. This enables them to be in control, make decisions and achieve what's important for them.

Patients with mental health issues benefit from high quality settings with staff that understand mental health conditions and from specialist psychiatric support and clinical input that delivers progressive, expert interventions in supportive and rehabilitative environments that enables them to achieve positive outcomes.

Watch our video below of just some of our staff members talking about their roles here at MHC UK.

Each day at MHC is varied and staff are always learning, along with residents and patients.

It's an exciting time to join Team MHC as our new leadership team are looking for committed individuals who will genuinely care, support and protect the adults we look after. If you have the compassion, commitment and capability to work for us, we will give you a career that you can be proud of.

Through a combination of online learning, comprehensive training, coaching and a supportive environment, we’re committed to helping you flourish and deliver excellent standards of care to the people we support.

We understand that our staff teams are the key to the outstanding care and support we offer. This is why we invest in our team, offer flexible working, competitive pay, work-life balance, progression opportunities, QCF Health and Social Care qualifications, eye care vouchers and a workplace pension.

Opportunities

Support Worker - Llangwyfan, Denbighshire

The role of a Support Worker is to enable the residents to lead a meaningful life through the implementation of a person centred support plan. We strive to help people remain as independent as possible and to maximise their quality of life.

The ideal candidate for this post may have experience in learning disabilities and mental health issues (however this is not essential). Within this role you will be supported to develop an understanding of, medication procedures, safeguarding policies and person centred care.

Salary: £8.91 – £9.50 per hour (dependent on experience)
Desirable/Requirements: QCF Level 2 Health & Social Care or willing to work towards
Hours of Work: Various, working on a rolling rota basis, full-time, part-time and bank opportunities available

Autism Support Worker - Llangwyfan, Denbighshire

An Autism Support Worker will care, support and protect residents in a safe and compassionate way, develop person centred working relationships with individuals, use Autism specific approaches such as SPELL and TEACCH, take responsibility for your work and do it with compassion, energy and to the best of your ability, support the development of excellent Autism practice as well as the achievement and retention of Autism Accreditation.

Salary: £8.91 – £9.50 per hour, dependent on experience
Desirable / Requirements: QCF Level 2 Health & Social Care or willing to work towards.
Hours of Work: Various, working on a rolling rota basis, full-time, part-time and bank opportunities available

Autism Support Worker - Wrexham

An Autism Support Worker at New Hall, Wrexham, will gain satisfaction by providing skilled support which positively impacts individuals health and wellbeing, whilst enabling people to fulfil their potential. You will: will care, support and protect residents in a safe and compassionate way, develop person centred working relationships with individuals, use Autism specific approaches such as SPELL and TEACCH, take responsibility for your work and do it with compassion, energy and to the best of your ability, and support the development of excellent Autism practice.

Salary: £9.50 per hour (plus 20p per hour night shift allowance)
Desirable / Requirements: QCF Level 2 Health & Social Care or willing to work towards
Hours of Work: Various (full time, part time, bank and nights), working on a rolling rota basis

Talk to us today!

Amy Harding
Support Services Coordinator

If you have any questions about any of the roles please feel free to email Workforce@mhc-uk.com

Times available: 

19th

10:00-12:00

20th

Not Available

21st 

Not Available