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Bank support Worker




Ashleigh House, 64 Cainscross Road, Stroud, Glos, GL5 4HB

Priory Group Division


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Stroud Eating Disorders Service (SEDS) is a specialist residential service providing medium to long-term support and treatment for young people and young adults (aged 13-25) suffering from eating disorders and other associated complex mental health difficulties. We do this across 3 residential homes.


This role allows a relatively rare opportunity to build longer term, meaningful therapeutic relationships and use them to support people to affect change. We are fortunate to be able to do this in warm, homely environments, within the beautiful Stroud Valleys, in Gloucestershire.


Our therapeutic model focuses on supporting our service users to build a life outside of the confines of their eating disorder or indeed, mental illness. We work hard to support those that live in our homes, to build their own resilience, sense of self and ability to connect with the world around them.  


Ashleigh House is a 6 bedded children's home (13-18), Althea Park House is a 7 bedded home for young adults (17-25) and The Anchor is a 3 bedded semi-independent step-down home (18+).

This role is based at Ashleigh House. The Waking Night role is primarily concerned with supporting service users needs by following care and treatment outlined within the care plans and risk assessments. In addition, there is an important role in supporting service users with their night time routine where needed (verbal support) and in ensuring the home is clean and tidy ready for the next day.


It is important to note that working with a client group with complex mental health needs means that you are likely to support people at a very difficult points in their lives. People may use self harm and other risk taking behaviours to manage their feelings. Therefore, being emotionally robust is a key skill to possess.

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About us

As one of the UK’s leading providers of behavioural care and specialist support services to adults and young people, Priory Group promise a challenging and fulfilling career with the support of a world class organisation willing to invest in your development. 

Across our network of hospitals, residential care homes, education facilities and supported living services, we are making a real and lasting difference to the lives of the people we support.


All roles will be subject to a successful disclosure at an appropriate level from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), Access NI or Disclosure Scotland. We are an equal opportunities employer. Priory Group will cover the cost of a DBS check.

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