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Mountains in Clouds


Looking to start a career in care?

We are actively recruiting across the UK for FULL & PART time roles in a rewarding industry

If you are looking for a new exciting career or additional hours to work along side your current employment- We are on the look out for the following to join our team!

  • Personal Assistant

  • Support Worker

  • Senior Support Worker 

  • Rehabilitation Support Worker

  • Therapy Assistant

  • Care Assistants

What we are looking for


We have various hours available including:

-Full Time  -Part Time

Shifts will be based on the clients requirements which could consist of:

-Mornings -Afternoons -Evenings  -Weekends.


We are looking for support staff who are highly motivated and compassionate to provide high standards of care, supporting the client in: Accessing the community , encouraging clients to engage with daily living skills, Identifying needs and preferences for each individual & Providing personal care.

This can include taking the client to the gym, light cleaning duties or going shopping.

Supporting Adults & Young Adults with:

Learning disabilities, Physical disabilities, Complex needs, Brain injuries and challenging behaviour within a supported environment.


Abilities, Skills & Behaviours

  • A genuine desire to make a positive difference to the lives of others with the ability to promote wellbeing through positive attitude and work practices

  • The ability to work on your own initiative and be a well-integrated team member.

  • Willingness to participate in continuing professional development

  • Flexible and positive approach to work patterns/schedules and business needs

  • Excellent punctuality, reliability and a strong desire to accomplish goals and objectives

  • Caring, friendly and empathetic approach to clients with the ability to build professional relationships

  • Ability to remain calm and collective in a difficult and pressurised situation

  • Good verbal and written communication skills

  • Able to demonstrate good organisational and time management skills

  • Have basic computer skills (Word, Outlook & Excel)

  • Have at least six months experience of working in a support worker role or similar, in the past three years.

  • Have a Full UK Driving License (advantageous)

  • Have Experience in the field of Psychology 

  • Willing to become self-employed 



  • Full enhanced DBS

  • Liability Insurance

  • Yearly Mandatory Training

  • Food/Drink shift Allowance

  • Partial Mileage and Travel time covered 

  • Flexible working to meet your own requirements


We offer flexible work patterns - full time, part time, ad-hoc and a variety of shifts with our clients to suit any life style!



Mountains in Clouds

"Another unexpected consequence of my career choice, is the new interest in hobbies I have discovered directly through working with my clients. Again, no two clients are the same! Over the last two years I have learnt new skills in gardening, motorbike racing, rock climbing… The list goes on, I even play pool now; and sometimes win!"

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" I love my job and wouldn’t change it for the world. There is so much satisfaction from bringing someone’s mood from a 3/5 to a 5/5 in the space of only a few hours and genuinely having the opportunity in making a positive difference on their wellbeing. Would I recommend becoming a support worker? Absolutely! However, I would emphasise you’ve got to be a people person, this is a vocation, not a job and may not be for everybody"

Mountains in Clouds

"I know it’s the biggest cliché in the book, but let me start by saying no two days are the same in this line of work; so writing about the day in a life of a support worker is a challenge! Another cliché, possibly, this is no 9-5 office job. Of course there are clerical/administrative duties, as you might expect. However, working one to one with my clients and see them fulfil their goals more than compensates for the paperwork. 

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Great work for fresh graduates

I worked here for a good while when I first graduated university. You learn about a lot of different types of therapies in the role and it is nice to be able to blend each type in sessions with your clients. The managers are fair and supportive when you need them and I overall had a positive experience of working here.

Therapy Assistant in Birmingham

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