Current Vacancies

Support Worker (Mental Health) - Hatherleigh

As a mental health support worker within our two supported living houses near Hatherleigh, you will help people using our service to achieve their personal recovery, assisting them develop their own support plans and work towards achieving their identified goals as well as signposting them to a range of social, recreational and educational activities.

You will need to have a good understanding of mental illness/ a good knowledge of the needs and difficulties of people who experience mental health problems, gained either thought work or personal experience.

Candidates will need a patient and calm professional manner and a fair and non-discriminatory, non-judgemental approach and the ability to build a good working relationship with a wide variety of people is essential. Having good communication skills (both verbally and in writing) are essential for this role as well as good record keeping/ IT skills to capture and log information accurately and concisely.

This post requires the ability to work flexibly as shifts may include evenings, every other weekend and possible sleep-in shifts. Because of the rural setting and needs of our service users, a driving licence will be necessary to assist them access the community.In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Support with gaining QCF Level 2/3 qualification
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay (dependent on experience/qualifications)
  • Enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Permanent contract
  • 28 days paid holiday

If you think you have the right qualities to join our team, please contact Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 for a chat and application form.


Support worker - Learning Disability, (Supported Living, Hatherleigh)

We are looking for passionate people who feel they can make a real difference to the lives of adults with learning disabilities.

Your role will be to provide support and guidance to enable them to live fulfilled lives and deliver services in a person-centred way in accordance with their needs and wishes.

With Lyndridge, you will gain an enormous sense of personal satisfaction through helping people to achieve their goals and live the lives they choose. You'll be working in a positive and supportive environment that encourages and values your contribution.

  • Full and part time positions available (with some weekend work)
  • Flexible shift patterns (8.00am -3.00pm, 3.00pm -10.00 pm or 10.00pm -8.00 am nights)

Whilst previous experience of this client group isn’t necessary, a willingness to develop into the role is essential, and we support our staff with excellent induction and training opportunities. If you would like the opportunity to truly make a difference, we will give you full training to equip you with the skills you need.

Car drivers are preferred, as the location is very rural, and we need to enable clients to fully participate in the local and wider community.
In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Induction and training
  • Support with gaining QCF Level 2/3 qualification
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay (dependent on experience/qualifications)
  • Enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Permanent contract
  • 28 days paid holiday
  • Pension

If you think you have the right qualities to join our team, please contact Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 for a chat and application form.


Senior Support worker - (Learning Disability), Okehampton

We are looking for passionate people who feel they can make a real difference to the lives of adults with severe learning disabilities in a five bed supported living house in Okehampton.

Your role will be to provide care and support to enable them to live fulfilled lives and deliver services in a person-centred way in accordance with their needs and wishes, supervising a dedicated team of staff.

With Lyndridge, you will gain an enormous sense of personal satisfaction through helping people to achieve their goals and live the lives they choose. You'll be working in a positive and supportive environment that encourages and values your contribution.

This role will involve working 35 hours a week across a full range of shifts (8.00am -3.00pm, 3.00pm -10.00 pm or 10.00pm -8.00 am nights), including every other weekend and being part of the on-call team.

An NVQ/QCF level 3 in Health & Social Care is necessary, plus previous experience of this client group/ supervisory skills. We will give you the opportunity to truly make a difference and offer further training to equip you with the skills you need to progress.

Car drivers are preferred, as we need to enable clients to fully participate in the local and wider community.

In return for your hard work we offer some excellent benefits including:

  • Support with gaining ILM level 3 qualification
  • Career progression opportunities
  • Good rates of pay (dependent on experience/qualifications)
  • Enhanced DBS check
  • Flexible shift patterns
  • Permanent contract 
  • 28 days paid holiday

 Please speak with Amanda Bowen on 01837 54782 or complete an application form by visiting www.lyndridgecare.co.uk