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Enabler/Care Worker Waking Nights – Exeter

  • Full time
  • Exeter
  • £19,047 - £20,105 a year
  • 31 Aug 2020
  • Travel expenses: no
  • Job term: Permanent
  • Job code: 010720-6340

Want to develop a highly rewarding career as an Enabler?

WESC Foundation has a great opportunity for passionate and dedicated individuals to join our team as a Waking Nights Enabler at our Exeter based campus, working 33.25 hours per week.

We pride ourselves in providing exeptional care and support whilst challenging our young people to develop their skills and maintain independence.

If you are passionate about delivering the very best care and support to our young people with sight loss and complex disabilities, we will support you with your learning and ongoing progression.

If successful your first week will be spent completing a comprehensive induction and training programme and your second week will consist of closely shadowing an experienced member of your team. This is designed to give you all the knowledge that you’ll need to undertake your role before you start your first shift.


Job category

Care worker, Entry level roles, Supported living, Youth work


WESC Foundation Specialist Centre for Visual Impairment

Website wescfoundation wescfoundation

Type of organisation



Health and social care


The WESC Foundation is a specialist day and residential centre offering a unique experience for young people and adults with visual impairment including complex needs. Our commitment is to excellence and innovation at a national and international level.

We provide high-quality education and care that increases our learners’ opportunities and raises their expectations.

By working with universities and international specialists, we are advancing our knowledge and practice of neuro-science, making us a leading specialist centre for visual impairment.

Our innovative learner-centred approach applies the latest techniques designed to transform the lives of our young people and adults.

We are committed to inclusion, increasing independence, achieving results and creating a fun and social place to live and study.

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