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Team work

Our Philosophy

We believe that vulnerable individuals, in common with every individual, have the right to control their own lives, within the everyday constraints of life. 

We provide the help and support which can sometimes be considerable, needed to achieve this, and will actively seek to enable the individuals supported to gain more and more independence as their skills and competencies develop.

We wish to enable each person to have a sense of self worth, a positive self-image and a good understanding of others around them. We believe in treating others with dignity and respect at all times

Our philosophy is at the core of everything that we do which is why we know it is important to invest in all employees continuous professional development to give them the tools and resources to deliver care and support in a person centered way that ensures that individuals are in control. If you are interested in coming to work with us please look at our vacancies and get in touch.



Similarities and differences are the foundations needed to build a strong team

Support Workers

We have various Support Worker Vacancies within our Learning Disability Services –

Full & Part time contracted positions and Bank/Relief worker roles.

Support Workers: -


  • Our Support Workers provide high quality support and care to the Individuals within the service.


  • No experience is necessary – full training will be given.


  • No formal qualifications are required.


  • If you enjoy working with people and share our person-centred values, we want to hear from you!


Schedules can include evenings, weekends and sleep-in shifts.

Benefits: Paid Induction and training, ongoing training and development, paid car and bicycle mileage rates, pension scheme, work related Carer’s parking permit, 4 week rolling rota – 2 in 4 weekends off, Long Service awards, Employee Assistance Programme.



Support Worker Posts


We are currently looking for Bank/Relief workers to join our team. People who choose to work as Bank/Relief workers play an integral part of our organisation as they enable us to continue offering consistency of support and care to the individuals that we support. Shift work available  include hours between 7am to 11pm, 7 days a week and sleep-ins.


Are you interested in a career in the Social Care sector? Way Ahead Support Services have supported people over the years to follow their career paths and achieve their desired outcomes. 
We work closely with Warwickshire and Stratford College and are happy to take on an apprentice. If you are interested then please contact us for further information.


We have 4 Teams that provide support across Leamington Spa and Warwick. We are currently recruiting for permanent support workers to join teams. Contracts are available covering shift work that can include hours between 7am to 11pm, 7 days a week with or without sleep ins.  Our rotas reflect every other weekend off whilst ensuring that Support Workers have 4 week rolling rotas that enables them to know what they will be working well in advance as we appreciate that people like to plan things in advance when not working.


Way Ahead Support Services is seeking to appoint trustees.

So what is expected of a Way Ahead Support Services Charity Trustee?

As a Trustee you would act in the best interest of the charity and be actively involved in the decision making that takes place. Trustees meet regularly every other month. It is desirable that Trustees attend these meetings on a regular basis and contribute to the discussions that take place within them.

Charity Trustees must act together for the benefit of the charity – this role is one of monitoring so that you are aware of what the charity is doing and that it is meeting its legal requirements. You need to be sure  the charity is meeting the needs of the people that it sets out to help.

As a charity Trustee you are a volunteer, however travelling expenses can be reimbursed.

If you feel you would like to fill this important role or to find out more information then please contact us via our website, by telephone or post. Further information is also available from the Charities Commission for England and Wales, guidelines from which the Board of Trustees at Way Ahead follow closely.

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