Do you have excellent organisational and communication skills? We’re looking for an Assistant Administrator to ensure the smooth running of our office and help our Business Support and Direct Help & Support teams. The job involves work in three main areas: administration, ICT and fundraising support.
Port of Leith Housing Association is seeking to recruit a Sheltered Housing Coordinator to join our high performing and award-winning sheltered team to deliver an excellent housing support service in one of our sheltered developments. The successful applicant will have at least two years’ experience in a similar environment working with older people; must be able to work using their own initiative with, at times, the minimum of supervision and must have excellent interpersonal, communication and organisational skills.
Although based in one sheltered housing development, the postholder must be prepared to work flexibly across our 3 sheltered developments to provide relief cover for holidays and sick leave. Occasional evening work will be required to assist at social events.
The postholder must have completed their SVQ3 qualification in Health and Social Care and be registered with the SSSC as a housing support worker.
We offer an excellent benefits package including flexible working hours and pension.
This post will be subject to a check under the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) membership scheme.
This is a key role for the organisation, supporting the parent /carers of children and young people living with learning difficulties by providing information, advice and 1:1 support. The service may also be provided to young adults up to the age of 25. The role involves telephone and email contact as well as face-to-face meetings and liaising with professionals on behalf of families. From time to time it will be necessary to attend meetings in support of families. This post may occasionally require weekend and/or evening work.
Dunedin Canmore, part of Wheatley Group, provides affordable housing and outstanding services for people in its communities across Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife.
Our Dunedin Harbour hostel in Edinburgh offers accommodation and support to people who find themselves homeless. Our dedicated staff help residents tackle the issues they face, including addictions and mental health, and provide them with a pathway back into work and a permanent home.
We now have a great opportunity for Nightshift Support Assistants to join our team at Dunedin Harbour.
As night shift support assistant you will provide basic advice, assistance and support to service users during the night to ensure the provision of a 24-hour service, ensuring there is a supportive and safe living environment for all service users.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills, customer service skills, IT literacy and ability to manage a night shift pattern are essential to this post. A professional qualification in housing / care support or allied discipline is desirable, experience of paid or voluntary work at a similar level is essential.
The position is subject to a PVG check.
Relief Support Workers required (possibly leading to permanent)
Inclusion Alliance is a small not for profit organisation person-centred community-based daytime service supporting adults with high support needs to lead ordinary lives in their communities. Inclusion Alliance was originally created by families who wished for alternative community based support compared with historical models of care and has been established for over 20 years.
Car driver not essential but desirable for certain posts
and the ability to use own car is also desirable
We are looking for people to provide one-to-one support to men and women with learning difficulties to help them be included in ordinary life. You would work with the person helping them to access educational, social, leisure and work opportunities in the community throughout the Edinburgh area.
Optional contributory pension scheme
Ongoing support, training and development opportunities
Daytime Monday to Friday working (Between the hours of 8am and 5pm)
Working for a well-established small organisation where person-centred values are at the core
A satisfactory PVG disclosure check is required for this post.
We’re looking for Project Worker staff to work directly with children with autism and their families in their homes and communities, helping them learn new skills and achieve goals that make a difference to daily family life.
Tailor Ed is a dedicated team of passionate and skilled professionals whose wish is to see children with autism and their families empowered and included, able to live the lives they want to and access all the day to day experiences that other families take for granted. We need to grow our team and are looking for staff to help us deliver our high quality services to families across Edinburgh. We require confident practitioners, skilled at forming relationships with children with autism and their families. We need excellent communicators dedicated to supporting children make progress they care about that leads to lifelong outcomes.
Take on a challenging role within a talented and supportive team and make a real difference to children with autism and their families.