We are looking for enthusiastic and caring people to join our services in Lanarkshire.
We encourage individuals to find a path for their dreams and aspirations, whether you live with us as a customer or work with us as a team member.
As a Support Worker or a Community Living Assistant, you will be a key member of the team, providing:
Both personal care and participation in activities are key tasks for the role, so energy and initiative is vital.
While experience is great, we are really looking for people with the right values. You should have excellent communication skills and be flexible and empathetic. A driver's license and a car are advantageous so please let us know if you have these.
We are currently looking for Community Living Assistants and Support Workers in our services in Carluke, Lanark, Wishaw, Shotts, Coatbridge, Airdrie, Motherwell, Bellshill.
We have relief, part-time and full-time positions available.
Equal Say has been providing advocacy for people with disabilities/long term conditions since 1995. We want to recruit two new workers for our project in North Lanarkshire working with adults with addictions. Placing on the scale is dependent on previous experience.
We are shortly launching a new service for people affected by addictions and we want to recruit people with insight to the issues people with an addiction may face. We welcome applications from people with lived experience; this may be a person in recovery or a person with significant family experience of addiction. Funding is initially for 12 months but we expect this to be continued and extended.
Don’t be put off if you feel you don’t have experience of every single competency we ask for, we will be flexible and supportive to the right candidates.
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 phone/laptop and flexible working.
This post is subject to membership of the PVG scheme and suitable references. As the post covers the whole local authority area, a driver with access to a car is essential for this role.