MacIntyre Milton Keynes Recruitment and Volunteering Event
Wednesday, January 16th
Ready for a new challenge for 2019? A change of direction? Perhaps you are wondering what a day in the life of a support worker is like supporting those with autism or a learning disability? Or perhaps you would love to volunteer for us?
We are looking for fun, enthusiastic and motivated people to bring new ideas and experiences for the people we support. They have a range of learning disabilities and in some cases physical disabilities and you will support them in their favourite activities and pastimes, such as walking, going on holiday, gardening, cooking, arts and crafts.
Whether its a permanent move or just an hour or 2 you would like to give up - this is a chance for you to see who we are, ask any questions that relate to your specific circumstances or employment history, and to find out more about MacIntyre as an employer. You will however have a chance to apply for a job at the event so if having your CV helps you with keeping track of your education and employment history please bring it with you
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The event runs from 2:00pm to 6:30pm on the following dates.
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