Support Worker Roles within Cumbria Care

As a Support Worker you'll support people with all aspects of their day to day living, including social and physical activities, personal care, mobility, and mealtimes.

Care workers can work in a care home, in people's own homes or in the community. Care workers who work in the community are sometimes called domiciliary carers which often involves travelling to different people's houses

Detailed job descriptions and and main responsibilities for Support Worker roles within all our services:

Reablement Support Worker 7018  (PCD4) (DOC 356KB)

Domiciliary Support Worker 7019  (PCD3) (DOC 356KB)

Extra Care Housing Support Worker 7118  (PCD3) (DOC 356KB)

Support Worker - Older Adults 6892  (PCD3) (DOC 352KB)

Support Worker (Overnight Service) 6853  (PCD4) (DOC 350KB)

Support Worker - Older Adults Residential 1574  (PCD3) (DOC 120KB)

Support Worker - Older Adults Day Services 2732  (PCD3) (PDF 52KB)

Community Support Worker 6366  (PCD4) (DOC 352KB)

Night Support Worker - DMH Supported Living 1516  (PCD4) (DOC 129KB)

Night Support Worker - DMH Registered Home 1517 (PCD4) (DOC 129KB)

Support Worker - DMH Residential/Supported Living 1537  (PCD3) (DOC 60KB)

Support Worker - DMH Day Services 1538  (PCD3) (DOC 55KB)

Domiciliary Support Worker 1548  (PCD3) (DOC 351KB)

Night Support Worker - Older Adults Residential 1563 (PCD4) (DOC 129KB)


Role Profiles

PCD3 role profile (PDF 302KB)

PCD4 role profile (PDF 311KB)


If you have any questions or need any further detail, please email Cumbria.carerecruitment@cumbria.gov.uk and a member of the team will be in touch.