Start 2022 the right way, where you make a real difference!!
We're recruiting in Airdrie and Cumbernauld for caring and dedicated *male colleagues to join our team on a permanent basis.
Our Supported Living branch in North Lanarkshire provides support to more than 40 adults, of all ages, throughout North Lanarkshire. The people we support have a variety of support needs, including learning disabilities, autism, dementia, personality disorders and brain injury.
As a Support Worker, you will play a crucial role in supporting these individuals with all aspects of daily living, including personal care, assisting with medication and managing their finances. You will support them to do the things they want to do in the community and support them to build upon their independent living skills at home. Our teams adopt a person-centered approach to provide the highest quality support to enable the people we support to achieve their goals and aspirations.
We are looking for people with a real passion to build relationships and positively impact the lives of the people we support. So, whilst it would be beneficial if you have experience in a similar role, this is not essential. What’s most important to us is that you can demonstrate the right values and attitude to make a difference. You’ll receive all the training and support you need through our award-winning Training Academy, including the opportunity to complete a fully funded SVQ qualification.
To be a great Support Worker, you will be:
- a full UK driving licence
- a naturally empathetic person with a warm, friendly personality
- able to demonstrate exceptional communication skills and set clear boundaries
- able to build and maintain positive, respectful relationships different people
- adaptable and able to think on your feet and use your initiative
- competent in the use of technology to enhance the support you provide, e.g. Microsoft Office and Outlook
- reliable, flexible and responsive to meet the changing needs of the people we support
The people we support use their own mobility cars so, it is essential that you hold a full UK driving licence to help them get out and about and do the things they enjoy.
The hours of support vary depending on the needs of the service, but may include weekends, early mornings, late evenings, waking nights and sleepovers. Sleepovers are not included in your contracted hours and you’ll receive an additional sleepover payment of between £76.00 to £95.00 per night, depending on the needs of the service. Waking nights are paid at your normal hourly rate plus an additional £20.00 per night.
Do you have any questions? To find out more, please contact Samantha Sweeney on 07989205993
Shortlisted candidates will be invited along to a video interview on Thursday 3rd February 2022.
Sound interesting? Apply today and make a change!
If you’re successful in joining our team, you will be expected to join the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and must be willing to work towards a SVQ in Social Services and Healthcare as required for SSSC registration.
We will need you to register with the SSSC within 6 months of starting your employment with us.