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What We Do

What is supported living?

Supported living is about enabling people with disabilities to live their lives as independently as possible with assistance from a support team to facilitate their goals.

This support extends to providing different types of personal care to assist with activities such as; shopping, dressing, washing, cooking, laundry and going to work to name a few.

A full range of the support we provide can be found here …

An Important Role

How the Role makes a Difference

Support Workers play an important role in our society, far greater than a lot of people previously realised. The Coronavirus has shown people how instrumental Carer's and Support Workers are at keeping our vulnerable adults safe and well in the community.

The entire Health and Social Care Sector was kept going by the hard working, courageous staff in the Industry, for the first time highlighting just how significant the role of support worker is.

What we look for

What does it take to work for Coastal Supported Living?

We are looking for a special type of person to fulfil our roles as Support Workers and House Managers, are you?

  • Forward thinking 
  • Good at planning
  • Self motivated
  •  Imaginative 
  • Consistent 
  • Dependable 
  • Good at Communicating
  • Flexible 
  • Able to value and appreciate the people you work with 
  • Someone that takes pride in your work 
  • Adaptable 
  • Able to think calmly under pressure
  • Good at motivating people and getting them to think and do things for themselves
If you have answered yes to all of these questions, you are exactly what we are looking for!

We are different

How do we Recruit our Staff

The people we support lead their own service and are actively involved in the recruitment and selection of all new staff. 

Our service users and their circle of support help us interview and select new staff members. This is to ensure that any new staff are happy to support with the activities and tasks that are meaningful to our service users.

Our service user’s have varying activities that are important to them and we want to ensure that they are supported to get maximum enjoyment from the things they love most. 

What are the Perks

The Benefits of Working for Coastal

There are lots of Benefits when working for Coastal Supported Living;

  • 28days Paid Holiday 
  • Flexible Rota 
  • Paid Shadowing Training 
  • Paid Mileage 
  • Full Induction and Free Training 
  • Free Personal Protective Equipment
  • Company Pension 
  • Ongoing 24/7 Support 
  • Career Progression and development Opportunities 
  • ‘Refer a Friend’ scheme (£50 Cash for referrals that lead to successful completion of a probationary period) 

If you want to apply for a position with Coastal Supported Living, please email: 

or call 07534 32 49 49 for more information.