Welcome and thank you for your interest in becoming a Support Worker.
Our rapid growth over the past decade has only been possible because of the talent and dedication of our fantastic colleagues.
Every day, our staff support people with learning disabilities and mental health illness to achieve their potential. Whether you want to move into care work for the first time, or you already have experience and want to find the right place to progress, we welcome people who share our absolute commitment to quality and respect for every individual.
We offer a highly supportive environment in which you'll constantly learn and develop, and gain the care qualifications you want to achieve. All of our Managers started with us as Support Workers, so they're excellent examples of the opportunities for promotion at CTTM. As an established Privately Owned Organisation we can offer our team members job security but most importantly we promise to listen.
About Care Through The Millennium
Care Through The Millennium (based in the West Midlands) was founded in 1996 by Christopher and Sue Higgins with the main aim of creating a caring family environment offering the highest levels of care and support to the service users who live in our homes.
We currently have a workforce of around 340 staff based in our care homes across South Birmingham and Warwickshire, supported living service and head office.
Find out what it's like to work here.
Arif - Support Worker
My background is pretty varied! Before I moved into this sector I was actually a lab technician, and began my career in engineering. I'm also a registered child-minder, but it was voluntary...
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Stuart - Senior Support Worker
It was an adviser at the job centre who told me about support work and CTTM. Although I live close by, I hadn't heard of them and had never considered support work before...
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Carl - Senior Support Worker
I was only 19 when I started at CTTM. Though I subsequently did a short stint in IT, the office environment wasn't for me and soon came back to support work. It's now been nine years and every day is...
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Being a Support Worker
We offer fantastic opportunities to support Younger Adults with learning disabilities and complex needs.
Whether you have experience within the care sector, or you fancy a career change, CTTM can support you with the training and guidance to enable you to make a difference to vulnerable people's lives by joining a team of people just like you.
This work can be life-changing in more ways than one. Many of our team members joined CTTM with no previous experience and have now achieved qualifications and promotions in management.
Your day supporting the Services Users might include:
- Going to the gym, a football match or accessing other community activities.
- Support with domestic chores.
- Choosing and wrapping a present for a family member.
- Finding some good recipes, make a shopping list and go shopping.
- Maintaining their personal hygiene prompting and supporting them as necessary.
- Maintaining relationships with family and friends.
- Support with attending college, voluntary work or placements.
In return, we offer:
- Pay rates above minimum wage.
- Excellent training and qualifications available.
- Rewards scheme and 'Refer a Friend' bonus.
- Pension scheme and employee assistance programme.
- Access to the Blue Light discount card.
- A full-time permanent position.
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