Support Worker

  • Care Through The Millennium
  • Gayhill, Birmingham (B38), B38 9QW
  • 12 Feb, 2024

Job Description

Support Worker - opportunity to progress

Whether you have experience within the care sector, or you fancy a career change, Care Through The Millennium (CTTM) can support you with the training and guidance to enable you to make a difference to vulnerable people’s lives by joining a team of likeminded people.

CTTM was established in 1986 as a caring and supportive residential care provider offering support to adults with learning disabilities, autism, mental health conditions and behaviours that can challenge. The organisation has continued to thrive and now employs over 330 people in our residential and supported living services across South Birmingham and Warwickshire. Many of our valued team members joined CTTM with no care experience and have now achieved care qualifications and promotions into management positions.

We currently have exciting opportunities at our residential home in Kings Norton, South Birmingham.

As a Support Worker you will:

  • Ensure that the individuals who we support lead fulfilling and valued lives and that they encouraged to reach their full potential.
  • Encourage and support the individuals to access the community and take part in social activities and to enjoy their hobbies
  • Assist with daily living skills and personal care, ensuring the individuals safety and wellbeing at all time.

Working days, an average of 42 hours per week on a permanent contract your shifts are on a rota basis so you will know in advance to plan your time accordingly and will include long days and weekends.

About you

  • Have the ability to learn from experiences and change your approach when needed
  • Have energy and enthusiasm to provide the best support possible
  • Be motivated and drive to identify overcome obstacles
  • Understand and demonstrate empathy for the people you are supporting
  • Show commitment to personal and professional development

CTTM’s reward to you

Starting salary of £22,932 (pro rata) plus the opportunity to earn a bonus

A comprehensive induction program with constructive/ reflective support and feedback to ensure thorough understanding of the role

Continued professional development and access to an Accredited Training programmes resulting in recognised qualifications including Care Diplomas and Apprenticeships up to Level 5.

Early Pay scheme allowing access to wages as you work

Access to a Blue Light Card which offers substantial discounts

Employee assistance scheme

Paid induction training

Pension scheme

Refer a friend bonus scheme



All applicants must provide their right to work documentation at interview stage, such as a valid passport which will be verified to check your eligibility to work and live in the UK
All roles will be subject to a disclosure at an appropriate level from Disclosure and barring service (DBS).

This is a great opportunity to start or develop your career in the care sector and to make a positive difference.


Starting salary of £22,932 (pro rata)