Barrowmore school @ iMap


We are always looking for quality staff who share our vision and want to work with young people or adults in our care homes or school.

Expreience helps , but we are happy to give you the training you need, so long as you are committed to providing a qulaity caring service that will enahance the lives of our young people and adults

If you are looking for a new role, have a passion for care or education please contact us as we might have just the job for you.

For application form and job description, or just an informal discussion about working for us, please ring 01829 741869, Monday to Friday only and speak to Liz. 

Please send all applications to Liz either by post or via email on

Adult Support Workers and Childrens Personal and Learning Support Worker Vacancies

Location: Cheshire, North West

Hours: Full/Part Time hours / Bank

Pay: £14,673 to £16,923 pa + overtime rates + benefits

Exciting new career opportunity! Would you like to support adults or young people with autism and/or learning disabilities?

Are you looking for a rewarding career with a company that will invest in your training and personal development? If so, iMap are an established support provider committed to increasing the participation of young people with autism in all aspects of living and learning and we are looking for passionate and committed staff to join our team in order to support individuals through this journey.

We are currently recruiting for a range of support worker vacancies within our adults and young people’s residential, supported living and outreach services in the following areas: Macclesfield, Winsford and Weaverham. 

iMap also has a small residential school supporting young people from the age of 11 – 19 and as such we also have vacancies for Personal and Learning Support Assistants who support our young people both within the classroom and at home.

We are seeking full time, part time, night staff, outreach and bank staff with competitive rates of pay from £14,673 to £16,923 pa dependant on area of employment. Previous experience is not essential and we welcome interest from those with a good value base and a commitment to enhancing the lives of others.

In addition we also offer 28 days holiday per year. Full training and a comprehensive induction will be provided as well as ongoing supervision and support, with the opportunity to gain a recognised qualification within care.

Please submit your application form or up to date CV with cover letter to arrange an immediate interview. Submissions can be made via email to or by post.

An Enhanced Disclosure from DBS is required for this position. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer.