Support Worker roles


Hft Support Workers think openly and imaginatively to support people to take control of their lives. As Support work can be provided in a number of different settings, our job roles vary to best suit the needs of the people being supported.

Support Workers looking to further their careers with Hft can take on extra responsibility and gain the additional experience that comes with supervising a team by applying to become a Senior Support Worker. And for those looking to gain CQC registered status, and further develop their leadership skills, becoming a Registered Cluster Manager represents the next step in a career with Hft.

Explore some of the roles on offer across Hft and get a better idea of exactly what support work means – and if you like what you see, then take a look through our current vacancies and take your first steps to a new career with Hft today.

  • Support Worker

    Support Workers keep the people they support at the centre of everything they do, working to ensure they have every chance to live the best life possible.
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  • Community Support Worker

    Community Support Workers visit people living in their own homes, providing support that helps them live with more independence and choice.
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  • Residential Support Worker

    Residential Support Workers support people with learning disabilities in a residential care setting to achieve the best possible outcomes.
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  • Relief Support Worker

    Relief Support Workers carry out the same tasks as Support Workers, and benefit from the same training. The difference is that the role isn’t contracted.
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  • Senior Support Workers

    Senior Support Workers combine support work with managing a team, and represent a career progression opportunity to Support Workers keen to develop.
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  • Registered Cluster Manager

    The Registered Cluster Manager role is an opportunity to take on extra responsibility, gain CQC registered status and develop your leadership talent.
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