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SIL is a “not for profit” organisation providing services that help older and disabled people live at home and actively participate in society.

We also support individuals to recruit their own carers, if this is something you are interested in please click on the option ‘Personal Assistant Vacancies’ in the left menu.

Winner in the Care Hero category of the 2019 Health & Social Care Awards, SIL is currently recruiting for the following:

Support Worker

Job Description Do you want to work somewhere where every day is different? Working with people to live independently in their own homes. We currently have vacancies for shorter calls of four or five hours in the mornings and evenings. Applicants must possess a current driving licence. Hourly rate £10.00 contact time Immediate start available […]

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Support Worker

Flexible zero hours contracts available Do you want to work somewhere where every day is different? Working with people to live independently in their own homes. From taking someone to the cinema, supporting with personal care, to a quiet night in and everything in between, if so we could have the job for you. We […]

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Support Worker

JOB VACANCIES Male Support Workers needed in north Herefordshire SIL is a ‘not for profit’ organisation providing services that enable older and disabled people to live at home and access the community. We have vacancies for Support Workers to support a man on the outskirts of Hereford who has a learning disability to live independently […]

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Financial Admin and Payroll Officer (Bookkeeping) (22.5 hours per week)

SIL is a ‘not for profit’ organisation providing services that enable older and disabled people to live the life they choose at home and in the community. The Direct Payments Support Service (DPSS) operates a Payroll Service for employers who employ Personal Assistants, and a Bookkeeping Service to help individuals to complete their financial monitoring […]

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