support worker jobs

Fairfield Trust has over 45 years of experience supporting young people with a learning disability, helping them into employment and enabling them to live fulfilling lives. 

A large part of what we offer at Fairfield Trust revolves around the Residential Programmes, which are delivered in several houses within Dilton Marsh. Our Residential Support Workers provide compassionate support to all residents, enabling them to access college, to learn new skills and live fulfilling lives. We also offer short breaks and respite care.

At Fairfield Trust we look beyond certificates, and look to see if you’ve got the right values to be a member of our awesome team. We offer training to those who don’t have experience, so it’s never too late for a career change. We make a real difference to the young people we work with, enabling them to live more independent lives and learn new skills for the future. 

If this is your first job, or you are changing career, you will receive all the encouragement, training and qualifications you need to be a great support worker. From day one you will be a valued member of our amazing team.

Mission Statement:

‘To enable young people to live and work without barriers’

Fairfield Trust Values:


We hold ourselves, and each other to account, and are better when we work together


We act with trust, honesty and kindness in everything we do


We treat each other fairly, and with respect


We encourage thoughtful, creative and aspirational ideas


We encourage each other to be proud of who we are and what we do


If you would like to apply for a position, please follow the procedure below;

STEP 1 – Submit an Expression of Interest form – PLEASE NOTE WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY RECRUITING

STEP 2 – A member of The Living Well Service team will contact you to arrange a telephone discussion.

STEP 3 – Following the phone discussion, successful candidates will be invited to submit an application form and attend a recruitment workshop.

Please note an application form must be submitted prior to attending the workshop.

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