Bruntsfield Project is a 24/7 temporary supported accommodation service located on Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh. Our 20 service users are male and female homeless individuals with a variety of support needs including substance misuse and mental health issues.
You will have line management responsibility for a staff team of 9 – 7 Support Workers and two Concierge staff. You will lead, motivate and inspire the team to meet a range of personal and professional objectives as stipulated by the Care Inspectorate and CEC’s Commissioning Team. You will support and provide development for staff in their roles of supporting the project’s service users throughout their stay and on to suitable accommodation outcomes.
You should have experience of working at a supervisory level and have compassion and understanding for the issues homeless people face. You should have already attained an SVQ3 in Health and Social Care and also either hold an SVQ4 in Health and Social Care or have the willingness to undertake study to achieve this.
All successful candidates will be required to obtain registration with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) within 6 months of taking up the post.
We are passionate about the provision of stimulating after-school provision for the children of South Morningside Primary School. We are seeking an enthusiastic, experienced Club Manager to run Edinburgh’s largest after-school, breakfast and holiday club. This is an exciting opportunity to lead an established team of around 25 employees in a varied and busy role.
SMASCC has been running successfully for over 25 years, and now operates across three sites in Edinburgh with over 300 members. We run a daily Breakfast and After-School Club and Holiday Clubs, with up to 175 children in attendance at peak times.
Our ideal candidate will have significant managerial experience in a similar childcare setting and have a BA degree in Childhood Practice (or equivalent) or be willing to work towards this qualification. In addition, you will have a passion for working with children, excellent administrative skills and the ability to build and maintain effective relationships with children, parents/carers and Trustees of the organisation.
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing a safe, secure and stimulating environment for children, ensuring compliance with all relevant regulatory and legal requirements. The Club Manager will provide day-to-day supervision and leadership of the team and will liaise with Trustees in relation to Club matters. Responsibilities will also include the management and review of budgets, maintenance of adequate documentation, Club reportable incidents, staff files, and inspectorate interactions.
We are seeking someone who wants to maintain the high standards already in place at the Club and provide high quality care to the children and families in the area.
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.
A Job Description is available for download below.
We are looking for Relief Support Workers within our Children's Services!!
Do you want to make a real difference to people's lives?
We are currently looking to recruit a number of Support Workers on a Relief basis (various hours offered) to work as part of our team to include children with additional support needs in mainstream Holiday and Activity clubs/camps.
The role involves supporting children with additional support needs to promote their inclusion in a mainstream environment. You will work alongside mainstream staff to build their confidence and knowledge to support and include children with disabilities in the setting.
You must be able and willing to work during the day throughout the School Holidays in Edinburgh.
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