SUPPORT WORKERSVacancy posted: Friday, 29 November 2013
Salary: £17,416 - £18,816 pro rata per annum
Closing date: 13 December 2013
Job ref. no.: HH13/232
Gowrie Care Ltd., part of the Hillcrest Group, is a leading provider of support services to people in the areas of Edinburgh, Tayside, Fife and Glasgow. We support a wide variety of people including people who have been homeless, have a learning disability, mental health problems and/or autism.
• Support Workers
Location: Dundee Services
Ref: HH13/232 - Full & part time hours available. Permanent posts.
An excellent opportunity has occurred for positions as Support Workers to work as part of a team delivering a housing support/care at home service to service users within shared living accommodation and outreach services. You will have experience of working with adults with Learning Disabilities, Autism, Challenging Behaviour, Physical Disabilities and have knowledge of person centred planning. For all posts you will enjoy a challenge and have a strong belief in supporting people to access their local community. If this is you, then we would like to hear from you. Shifts, sleep overs, waking nights and weekend working are required for all of the above posts.
“This role involves regulated work with adults and will require the successful candidate to become a member of the PVG Scheme”
Application packs can be obtained by calling the recruitment line on 01382 564727 or you may e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org quoting the job reference number as detailed above. Alternatively you can apply online at www.hillcrest.org.uk by selecting the APPLY button.
Closing date for completed applications is Friday 13th December 2013 at 12 Noon. Please note we cannot accept CVs.
Working towards equality of opportunity.
Applications are welcome from all minority groups.
Hillcrest HA is a registered Charity No. SC034261.
About Gowrie Care Ltd
Gowrie Care Ltd, part of the Hillcrest Group, is a leading provider of support services to people in the areas of Edinburgh, Tayside, Fife and Glasgow. We support a wide variety of people including people who have been homeless, have a learning disability, mental health problems and/or autism.