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About Us

We are a locally based company who are passionate about providing person centered support for adults with learning disabilities and people, autism, and people who have an acquired brain injury. If you are enthusiastic about assisting people to reach their full potential, have a caring personality and aspire to a career in care please contact us.

As an organisation we are proud of our success recruiting seniors and managers from within our existing workforce. We offer comprehensive training, access to NVQ qualifications, and our own ‘Introduction to senior support worker’ workshops for the first step in building a career with us.

What it’s like to work for us?

We believe our staff represents our greatest asset. We are committed to providing on-going support and training to ensure that all of our employees are supported to have of the knowledge, skills and experience necessary to provide support to the highest standard. We aim to employ people who have a caring, positive attitude who can demonstrate good interpersonal skills.

Benefits of working for Silva Care Ltd:

• Pay enhancements for evenings and weekends
• 20 Days Annual Leave Pro Rata
• Company Pension
• Paid Training
• Paid Travelling time
• Promotions within
• Opportunities to do NVQ Qualifications
• Rewards for going above and beyond
• Seasonal appreciation gifts
• Benefits and offers to help improve employee's health and well-being

The type of jobs we recruit for?

Silva Care Ltd are currently recruiting for full time and part time support workers in the Bristol area to provide person centred support to a range of people across Bristol, including People with Learning disabilities, older people, People with Dementia, mental health support needs and people with physical disabilities.

The positions we are currently recruiting for are both full and part time positions, our support workers must be flexible with the hours they are available to work, and this will include evenings, weekends and sleep in shifts.

As a support worker you will be expected to provide care appropriate to the individual needs of service users, this could include personal care or administering medication. You will be promoting a caring environment which empowers service users, and supports the social, physical, emotional and spiritual needs of individuals.