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Become Part of the Field Lane Team

 

Join Our Team

 

When you join our team at Field Lane, you will wear more than one hat. As well as a professional carer and support worker, you will also be a companion and an educator. You will be helping our clients to become an inclusive part of their communities. In your role as a carer, you will be helping them to lead more independent and fulfilling lives.

 

It is a very rewarding job. Even though the role can be challenging at times, making a positive difference to someone’s life, and helping them become more independent brings a feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction. It’s a great career choice for those who enjoy a varied job role and lots of interaction with others.

 

It’s a responsible job but we support you throughout, providing training and helping you to develop more knowledge and understanding. There are also opportunities to progress further, for example taking a level 3 NVQ and the possibility of taking on a manager role.

 

Some of the best parts of the job are sharing new experiences with clients, creating new memories, and celebrating successes. You become a part of our clients’ lives – having fun together and gaining their trust. You’ll enable clients to overcome their fears and challenges whilst helping them to build confidence and self-esteem.

Read what some of team say about their current role – it’s more than a job, it’s a vocation.

Read Our Case Studies

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Georgina

I'm a senior care & support worker. I had never worked in a care setting before. I came from a retail background, having worked at a local Co-op store so a completely different kettle of fish! I'm so glad that I took a step into the unknown. I love supporting our clients. It's a very rewarding and fulfilling job knowing that I am making a positive difference. Sometimes it doesn't feel like coming to work, it's a fun and supportive environment where I feel that I am genuinely enriching people's lives. I have learned so much in the time I have been here and am now working towards my NVQ in Health & Social Care.  

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Heather

I've worked as a care & support worker at Field Lane for six months. My manager and work colleagues have been very supportive. Our focus is on the residents, their needs, and their wellbeing. No two days are the same, which is just one of the reasons why I love my job. 

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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Senior Care and Support Worker

Join our team of brilliant, caring, and inspirational support workers in the Frimley, Camberley area of Surrey supporting people with a learning disability and people with Autism.


Salary: Days – £11:00 per hour; Nights – £12:70 per hour

We support people in their homes and in supported living projects to continue to develop their daily living skills and to be active members of their community.  We support people to go to the gym, go to work or college and to meet up with friends and family.

 

Full training will be given but the successful candidate must have a caring and positive attitude.

 

Please contact Janet on 01737 242209 or via email  jweaving@fieldlane.org.uk


Job description: download here

Senior Care and Support Worker

Join our team of brilliant, caring, and inspirational support workers working in Surrey supporting people with a learning disability and people with Autism.


Salary: Days – £11:00 per hour; Nights – £12:70 per hour

We are recruiting in Redhill, Reigate, Horley, Merstham and Betchworth.  We support people in their homes and in supported living projects to continue to develop their daily living skills and to be active members of their community.  We support people to go to the gym, go to work or college and to meet up with friends and family. 

 

Experience is valued and we provide full training with opportunities to progress. 

 

Please contact Janet on 01737 242209 or via email  jweaving@fieldlane.org.uk


Job description: download here

Weekend Care and Support Worker (part-time)

We are looking for fun and energetic people to join our friendly team supporting people with learning disabilities.


Salary: Days – £11:00 per hour

The people that we support love to be out and about and need a support worker to help access the community. They love to go bowling, the cinema, shopping with a coffee or lunch out.  They enjoy trips to the seaside, going to the theatre and watching live music.  Some of the people that we support also require some personal care and help preparing food. Promoting independence and choice is at the heart of everything that we do.

In return we can offer you job satisfaction, support from an experienced management team, higher rate mileage (45p per mile) and travel time paid between clients. The hourly rate is £11.00. We also provide comprehensive training and shadowing.

 

Experience not essential but support workers must have a positive and caring approach. Must have Driving Licence.

 

Please contact Janet on 01737 242209 or via email  jweaving@fieldlane.org.uk


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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Coordinator

Working from: Home and Office based in Reigate with local travel to Supported Living Projects


Salary: £30,000 PA

Hours: Part Time - 22 hrs per week
 

We are looking for an experienced and skilled Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Coordinator.  This talented individual will join the management and support team in ensuring that the people that live in our supported living projects have fulfilling and rich lives so that they can reach their full potential.

 

David is a client who has recently left residential school and moved into a new home with five other individuals.  David has Autism and a learning disability and communicates using pictures.  He is looking to continue his learning and the new Coordinator will be there to help him set goals and map out how to achieve these aims.  The coordinator will help David and the other people that we support to continue their education through specialist provision and mainstream education opportunities. 

 

The coordinator will be a proactive and creative qualified teacher and will have good knowledge of local opportunities and activities.  They will also have a client centred approach to supporting people to succeed and experience of working with people who have Autism.  It is expected that the coordinator will be able to practically help clients improve English and Math where this is part of their education Journey.  The coordinator will also work within the project teams to empower the support managers and support staff to proactively support the clients to work towards their education goals.

 

This is a new role created to respond to a need and it is expected that the right person will help to mould the role alongside senior managers to meet the changing needs of the people that we support.

 

For an informal discussion about the role please contact Paula Trevaskis, the Registered Manager at the regional office on 01737 242209 or via email ptrevaskis@fieldlane.org.uk


Job description: download here

Care and Support Staff

We are currently recruiting for care and support staff in the Surrey, West Sussex and Southend areas.

Please contact Janet on 01737 242209 or via email jweaving@fieldlane.org.uk for vacancies in Surrey and West Sussex.

Please contact Yvonne on 01702 344615 or via email yscarsbrook@fieldlane.org.uk for vacancies in Southend.

Trainee Placements

We are occasionally able to offer trainee placements for students looking to add a practical aspect to their related studies. To find out more please send us an email by clicking "Apply Here".

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