Support Worker

Abbeyfield Usk

The opportunity: 

We are looking to recruit a Support Worker to work in our Abbeyfield Wales retirement house in the small market town of Usk in rural Monmouthshire.  

The house accommodates people with early onset dementia, anxiety and depression which affects their cognitive abilities to live without support.   

This role provides an opportunity to support tenants and see them thrive, which is incredibly rewarding. Knowing that your efforts are making a positive impact on someone's life can bring a sense of fulfilment and purpose to your work. 

With proven experience in a supported housing or housing management setting, particularly with vulnerable people, you will support our tenants to live more independently, helping them to find and choose their support needs so that they can actively contribute to the running of their own home. 

What we need from you: 


  • Ability to provide emotional and practical support to tenants – this role does not require any personal care.  

  • Encourage and support tenants to live as independently as possible, ensuring they have a fulfilled social and personal life.  

  • Experience of working with vulnerable groups, within social care or support services.  



  • Good communication skills – our tenants love to get to know the people who work withing their home, so we are looking for someone who loves to chat and listen.  

  • Ability to work as part of a team – your will work closely with the house manager to ensure the house runs smoothly, so we are looking for someone who likes to share ideas and skills with their team.  

  • This role requires an Enhanced DBS check. 


What we will offer in return:   


  • Wellbeing support 

  • Dedicated learning and development team  

  • Free DBS and free parking onsite  

  • A rewarding role that makes a positive impact on our tenants' lives.  

  • Excellent work life balance - 2 week rolling rota  

  • Perkbox discounts  


What’s it like to work at Linc? 

Linc are passionate, ambitious, and respectful. We take pride in everything we do; we are creating a happier, healthier Wales. 

We are creating an environment for people to flourish; we offer training, support, and career opportunities. 

We offer great work life balance, competitive salaries, excellent benefits, wellbeing support and much more! 

Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, so in one word – working at Linc is rewarding. 

What’s next? 

Please click apply and complete our short application.  

The advert will close at 23:45 on 17th March 2024. We reserve the right to close the advert before this date once we are in receipt of sufficient applications. 

Before you go…  

In trying to make our workforce more diverse, we adopt a Positive Action Rule to people from ethnic minority groups. This means that if you meet the selection criteria in the job advert and are from an ethnic minority community, you will be offered an interview, if you give consent for this rule to be applied to your application.   

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Job Closing Date:
17 March 2024