If you are looking for a role as a Support Worker then you will provide support to a variety of people who require different kinds of support from educational support, financial support, housing, health etc.
You will need to be able to work on many different projects at once and have good listening skills, be able to offer support and practical advice to different people.
Support worker salaries are around £18,000 a year. If you have experience at this job then your earning will go up to £35,000 a year.
If you are looking for advice on writing a cover letter to support your application, please see the below example:
Support Worker Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
1st September 2014
Mrs. A. Manager
Application for the role of Support Worker
I would like to apply for the role of Support Worker which I have seen advertised in (where) and (when).
I have had previous experience working in a support role helping young children with learning difficulties. I have given up some of my time on a voluntary basis to do this and enjoy being able to provide help and support to the people who most need it.
I would like to now do this on a more permanent basis and believe that I would be able to stand up to the challenges that this role will bring. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life be it, children, the elderly or people with mental or physical problems and I am happy to do a mixture of this.
I am organised, thorough and dedicated to my work, I have a strong personality and am able to deal with most difficult situations as they arise. I am happy to do whatever training I need to do to ensure that I have the relevant experience to do my role effectively.
I have enclosed my CV with my application form; please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions. I am able to attend an interview at short notice and look forward to being able to discuss this role in more detail with you.
Thank you for your time.
Good luck with writing your application letter.