MacIntyre reward passion and dedication by offering a broad range of specialist training and development opportunities.
The new Therapeutic Support Worker is just one example of a role that offers MacIntyre employees career growth through upskilling.
The charity couldn’t do what they do without their brilliant staff and so, as well as continually offering personal development opportunities, the team have made the decision to increase salaries for their Children’s Homes Support Workers with effect from 1 December.
The new salaries are:
Support Worker - £21,500
Qualified Support Worker - £23,000
Therapeutic Support Worker - £24,000
Every year MacIntyre are reliant on their funding authorities to provide fee increases in order that they can pass this benefit on to their teams. They have made this decision in advance of the change to the National Minimum Wage to this hourly rate from April 2022 and anticipate that, from April, their funders will be preparing to recognise this increased cost for organisations like MacIntyre.
Feedback from a MacIntyre member of staff at a recent training day:
‘Thank you for inviting me to “Grow your own career within MacIntyre” today. It showed what a great organisation MacIntyre is to really invest in its staff. I have only been at MacIntyre since February but the support, training and guidance I have had has honesty been the best in my career. It feels like such a team effort which is so refreshing!’
MacIntyre hope this move will be welcome and will also help to attract exceptional new people to join us.
Join the team
Did you know that MacIntyre are hiring across England and Wales? By starting a career with MacIntyre, you’ll be supporting people with learning disabilities and/or autism to take part in fun activities and learn new skills.
They also offer:
- Free training, you don't always need experience to join us
- Career progression opportunities
- Health and wellbeing support
Take a look at their current vacancies: https://www.macintyrecharity.org/careers/current-vacancies/