People are at the heart of who we are and what we do. Day-by-day, person-to-person, we tailor what we offer to what people need. We’re here to provide consistent, friendly and informed support so that people can explore options and take ‘the next step’ towards a positive future. We welcome people with a wide range of skills and experiences to our team – including those who have lived through homelessness. To make a difference we need to work flexibly, with everyday-leadership, humour and a ‘can do’ spirit. We want to make it easy, make it right, and make it happen – not only for the people we support, but also for each other. Our #OneTeam ethos is core to who we are, and it means caring for and supporting each other regardless of our role, service or location. This is how we roll. We want people who share these values to join us and become a part of the Simon Community Scotland family.
We support people with exceptional needs and we need exceptional people to help us. At Simon Community Scotland, we are wholly focused on supporting people to be safe, to get off the streets and into accommodation where we continue to provide support to help them stay safe. Our values matter to us and we are looking for people who share those, who are committed to making a positive difference, and who are skilled in relating to people and working in a person-centred way to support resolution and recovery from homelessness. Everyone Deserves a Safe Place to Live
We have full time vacancies for support workers based in our North Lanarkshire residential services, these areas include Motherwell, Airdrie and Wishaw. We also have opportunities to join our relief staff team. Relief hours are based on service delivery needs and offer an exciting chance to build your experience and skills in social care, these roles are ideally suited to students and those who can be flexible with their time and availability.
Equal Say has been providing advocacy for people with disabilities since 1995. We want to recruit a new worker for our project in North Lanarkshire working with adults with disabilities, mental ill health and/or long-term conditions.
If you have knowledge or experience of any of the following, we want to hear from you:
We offer 37 days holiday, 6% matched pension, travel allowance, company mobile phone and flexible working.
This post is subject to membership of the PVG scheme and suitable references.