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Job Description

Our client is a national charity supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs. We are recruiting caring & enthusiastic support workers to help interesting, diverse people access the community. If you are passionate about helping others achieve their goals apply now to work flexible shifts at our client’s Maidstone supported living and residential schemes.

Your days will be rewarding. One day you might find yourself with people whose interests include computer games and pottering in the garden. Another day you might be with a small group who enjoy a meal at the pub or being entertained at music therapy singing and playing instruments! The next day you might be supporting a group bingo session, getting involved in arts and crafts and playing board games.

Why Work for us?

  • Work life balance is important so we strive to offer local work in Maidstone to fit your lifestyle.
  • Day and Sleeper rates from £8.72 per hour
  • Weekly pay
  • Flexible hours, work the times that suit/you choose your shifts
  • Recommend a friend and you will each qualify to receive £75
  • Two opportunities to win a prize – Monthly prize draw* and Star of the Month*
  • National Discount Scheme offering a range of holiday, retail and leisure discounts
  • A confidential 24 hour helpline to support you through life’s issues or problems*conditions apply

What does the role look like?

  • Accompanying clients to social activities and appointments
  • Enabling clients to become more independent
  • Building supportive, trusting relationships
  • Working proactively with other members of the team and being a team player
  • Being a good verbal and written communicator
  • Supporting with meal preparation, personal care and household activities 

Do I need experience?

The ideal candidate would have around 6 month + experience support adults with learning disabilities, but if you havnt got that experience and feel that this is the role for you, please call our recruitment team.

What to do next?

If you do not have a CV but would still like to apply, we still want to hear from you. Please get in touch with Cheryl to find out how to join our team of support workers.

ENS is an equal opportunities employer. 

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What people are saying about ENS

I feel I would like to give a positive review on working for ENS in any care capacity. I joined at the start of December 2015 and have been offered enough work to fit around my own needs and other commitments. The work has been varied and I received good information prior to the visit. The excellent dedicated back office support staff and they clearly understand their clients’ needs which are aligned to the qualities of the Support Workers, this helps builds the relationship.

While there is a need for help at short notice to meet the company needs I have been further impressed to have good notice of most of the work intended. My role has been largely Community Support but I have worked with our Residential team and clearly there is plentiful work again with helpful support.

In my dealings with the company I have found the ENS team to be helpful and approachable and need to reiterate how impressed I have been. Thank you to all involved.


A big thank you to you and all of the booking team that have put up with me over the months and helped me get an amazing full time job, Thank you :)


Maria Meddle (ENS Senior Recruitment & Compliance Officer), I would like to use this opportunity to say a big thank you for taking your good time in dealing with my application. Thank you Maria once again for helping me get out of unemployment, I sincerely appreciate all the effort and support you gave me during this period.