Aberlour
Aberlour

Charity registered in Scotland SC007991

Scotland's children's charity

 


Current vacancies

Child and Family Worker (Aberlour Intensive Family Support Service)

  • Part time
  • £22,857 pro-rata
  • Stranraer
  • Closing 3rd December 2020

Our service supports families in the Dumfries and Galloway area who are struggling to cope. The families we work with may have a wide range of issues, which include drug and alcohol use within the family. As a Child and Family worker you would work directly with the whole family in various settings, such as their own homes, our dedicated base and other community locations. COVID-19 precautions are currently in place within the service.

You would become the trusted person that they could talk about what they are going through at home whilst undertaking assessments to identify what support we can provide. You would work with the children and the family offering practical help, in the community, family home, liaising with partner agencies, schools and nurseries. Participate and lead our homework and other group work sessions. Attending meetings, children hearings, meetings school when necessary. You would help establish routines and build life skills with families. In addition to this we offer regular group sessions which help build parenting skills and their confidence.

We are looking for someone to join our friendly and supportive team. You should have a sound knowledge of child development and be able to work with parents either individually or in groups to develop their parenting skills & confidence.

We are looking for a Child and Family Worker who will be working 30 hours per week with the potential to be worked flexibly, evening/weekend work may be required dependant on the service need. An allowance is incorporated in the salary to support this requirement. This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st March 2021, however we hopeful that extended funding will allow us to continue this post for a further 2 years.

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Lead Administrator (Maternity cover)

  • Part time
  • £21,769 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Futures, Aberdeen
  • Closing 7th December 2020

We are an SQA Accredited Centre delivering Scottish Vocational Qualifications to the Early Learning and Childcare workforce in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire. We deliver a range of qualifications including SVQs in Social Services (Children & Young People) SCQF 6, 7, 9, Modern Apprenticeships and Foundation Apprenticeships. The Centre is described as “Excellent and Sector Leading” by HM Inspectors of Education (Modern Apprenticeships).

We require a senior administrator to support the work of our very busy SQA accredited centre programmes, and the staff team. A key part of your role is to manage the day to day running of administrative systems for the SVQ training centre including all SQA and SSSC/MA online registrations and the administration of database information.

You should have excellent financial administration abilities, be confident and competent in the use of Excel Spreadsheets and Access databases, understanding the need for data protection in all aspects of the service operations.

Excellent communication and organisational skills are essential; you should have

a relevant qualification at SCQF level 8 (for example HND Business/Administration) or equivalent experience acquired by other means.

The post is offered as 30 hours per week and can be worked flexibly across Monday to Friday within an office and/or home environment while meeting the needs of the service. It is expected that the postholder will benefit from some work within the office environment to allow face to face contact and support. This is a maternity cover post expected to last until June 2022

Informal enquiries can be made in the first instance to Mary Crear, Service Manager, on 07815835533.

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • £19,068 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Options Fife, based in Glenrothes
  • Closing 4th December 2020

At Aberlour Options Fife we provide a range of support to young people up to the age of 18 years of age, who have learning disabilities.

We are looking to recruit an organised and professional individual as our Service Administrator for our service based in Glenrothes. You will provide comprehensive administrative support for the service, including reception duties, co-ordinating meetings, mail and maintaining manual and electronic storage and retrieval systems. You will also coordinate building and equipment needs as required in consultation with your manager.

An important part of the role is to provide financial administration for the service, supported by the Senior Finance Officer. You must be able to work with high levels of accuracy in recording and inputting data and in providing regular management information, in an agreed format and also responding to ad hoc requests as required.

You will have administrative experience gained by working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages and have excellent communication and organisational skills.

If you are ready for a new challenge, we would be glad to hear from you.

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Education Support Workers (Sycamore Services Fife)

  • Part time
  • £21,769 pro-rata
  • Kirkcaldy & Dunfermline
  • Closing 10th December 2020

Aberlour Sycamore Services based in Fife are widely recognised in Scotland for providing a range of quality therapeutic residential, education and fostering experiences for some of the most vulnerable young people in the country.

You will be working alongside a child within a school environment as well as being fully involved with education plan creation and relevant meetings. In support of mainstream education, there is the opportunity to access our Nurture Hub where you will use holistic learning that encompasses a range of methods including Project-Based Learning, Duke of Edinburgh and Natural Connections. Our aspirations are that our children will attend a mainstream setting, at a time that is right for them. We know that some children can’t manage in the mainstream environment, so we support their learning focusing on building self-esteem and resilience.

It is essential that you show genuine interest in the young person’s world and demonstrate curiosity about their preferences and needs. We believe that building and continually developing a strong, positive, unconditional relationship with the young person is key to success.

You should be a highly motivated, demonstrate confidence in your approach and have a good understanding of the complex and challenging circumstances that may arise for vulnerable children. You will display patience, empathy and be reflective in your practice. You will demonstrate the ability to think creatively and communicate at a level that encourages the child to embrace learning.

You will demonstrate effective communication skills and be able to link with mainstream school and house staff regarding education plans and goals that will be reflected within the young person’s care plan.

You will have experience of working with young people in an education, community or residential setting and hold, or be willing to gain, a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above (e.g. SVQ3 Care plus an HNC).

We encourage long term engagement between children and Education Support Workers. You will be supported by the residential managers, receive regular supervision and have access to learning and training opportunities.

We are currently looking to recruit to 2 posts, one in Kirkcaldy and one in Dunfermline.

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Community Support Practitioner (Aberlour Sustain Perth)

  • Full time
  • £22,857
  • Perth
  • Closing 14th December 2020

Many vulnerable children and young people are unable to be supported sufficiently within their own homes and communities. However, by intervening early with person centred approaches we can support children and young people to remain at home rather than moving into residential care.

We are looking for someone to join our team in Perth, who is passionate about supporting children and young people to secure the best possible outcomes as they live and grow within their communities. Our aim is to ensure that children, young people and families are supported to build on their strengths, assets and interests to develop enduring capacity and resilience. We also aim to support local professional stakeholders and communities to coproduce solutions.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed and, working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. You will bring a fresh and collaborative approach and, in discussion with the manager, be willing to try new approaches to ensure strong and trusting relationships are developed with families and stakeholders. You should be dynamic and creative and be able to deliver flexible, person-centred services to vulnerable children and families in a way which can be playful, warm, accepting, curious, tenacious and empathetic.

You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues. Experience of working with children with additional support needs would be desirable but is not essential. You will work in a variety of settings including the service base, family homes, schools and community sites and deliver work either individually or with groups of children, young people and parents/carers.

A key part of the service is to be able to provide support whenever it is needed including at weekends, during the evening and on public holidays. There is a need to be adept at managing time, balancing the needs of children and families with the administrative elements of the role.

If you would like more information or wish to discuss this post, please contact Tracey Dammer, Service Manager on 07528 970557 for an informal conversation.

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Young People’s Worker (Options Borders, St Boswells)

  • Part time
  • £23,728 pro-rata
  • Galashiels
  • Closing 14th December 2020

At Aberlour Options Borders we provide a range of support services for young people up to the age of 18 years who have various disabilities. Our aim is to provide families with a short break from their caring role through the provision of high quality child-centred services which provides a positive experience for the young people we work with.

We have a strong reputation for supporting young people with high levels of complex needs, supporting them to grow, learn and maximise their potential. We believe every child has the right to flourish. Our Young People’s Workers play a fundamental role in ensuring that the young people they work with have the best possible experience in working towards their objectives in line with their care plan. Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role, where the work we do has a demonstrable impact on each young person's progress. Using a person centred approach you will provide enabling support ensuring the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care to support children in their daily living and within the local community.

We are looking to recruit two Young People’s Workers, each working 23 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year and 35 hours per week for 10 weeks of the year (school holidays). You will be part of a residential respite rota which will require you to work days, evenings, nights, weekends and public holidays. There will be a requirement to do sleepover shifts with both these contracts. These will be paid at £40 per sleepover. Please see advert on our website for further information about shifts or e-mail us at jobs@aberlour.org.uk.

A Day in the Life of a Young People’s Worker

Our day usually starts around 7.30am with the morning routine. We support our young people to get ready for their day ahead assisting with all aspects of personal hygiene. We then prepare breakfast and medications for each of our young people and organise the day’s activities. We plan mornings out, considering the health and safety requirements for each activity we undertake. After lunch we prepare an in-house activity. This also allows staff to complete daily paperwork such as weekend logs for our young people, updating care plans and review reports etc. In the evening we cook a healthy dinner considering our knowledge of our young peoples’ likes and dislikes and particularly if they have restricted diets.

"Aberlour Options provide a safe, fun and homely environment for respite for our son. He loves going to stay and asks daily when his next visit is" Parent

"My respite treat me like part of the family" Young Person

If you have an interest in working with young people we would like to hear from you. Ideally, candidates will have social care experience, understanding of autism, complex needs and mental health and have the relevant qualifications or will be willing to work towards these.

You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people. As a Young People’s Worker you will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM training, Child Protection training and support completing an SVQ Level 3 in line with SSSC requirements.

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Young People’s Worker - Options Borders

  • Part time
  • £21,135 pro-rata
  • St Boswells
  • Closing 24th January 2020

We are looking to recruit energetic Young People’s Workers, to be based in St Boswells. Posts are offered on a temporary basis for a period of 12 months. We are currently looking to recruit to various posts ranging from 18 - 23 hours per week.

The ideal candidate will be.….

  • responsible, with a sense of humour
  • flexible and adaptable to changing routines
  • responsive to needs of the young person
  • understanding of anxiety and mental health
  • experienced in personal care

You will work with young people who are…

  • Competitive, caring/compassionate, sociable, easy-going and honest

And enjoy activities such as….

  • Midnight cinema trips, pub lunches, cake at the garden centre, music concerts/festivals and gaming.

Various shifts are available, including days, waking nights and weekend work.

We have a strong reputation in supporting young people up to 18 years of age with high levels of complex needs to have fun, experience new opportunities and socialise with other young people. This break away from family life allows parents and carers to spend time with siblings, time for themselves or a much needed rest from their 24 hour caring role. Therefore a commitment to providing this is essential.

Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role, where we aim to provide the highest level of physical, personal, and emotional care to support children in their daily living and within the local community.

Every day the joys and challenges are different and a balancing act between working directly with the young people and updating paperwork to ensure their safety, good practice and recording.

Ideally candidates will have social care experience, understanding of autism, complex needs and mental health and have the relevant qualifications or willing to work towards these. You will register with Scottish Social Services Council and will hold or be prepared to gain a qualification at SCQF 7 or above (eg. HNC and SVQ3).

Why should I apply for this post?

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

  • competitive hourly rates with an additional 9% for working unsociable hours,
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme
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Young People’s Worker (Nights) - Options Borders

  • Part time
  • £21,135 pro-rata
  • St Boswells
  • Closing 24th January 2020

We are looking to recruit a Young People’s Workers (Nights), to be based in St Boswells. This post will be working 15 hour per week during term time hours and 35 hours per week during holiday periods. The service mainly operates over weekends.

We have a strong reputation in supporting young people up to 18 with high levels of complex needs to have fun, experience new opportunities and socialise with other young people. This break away from family life allows parents and carers to spend time with siblings, time for themselves or a much needed rest from their 24 hour caring role. Therefore a commitment to providing this is essential.

Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role, where we aim to provide the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care to support children in their daily living and within the local community.

Every day the joys and challenges are different and a balancing act between working directly with the young people and updating paperwork to ensure their safety, good practice and recording.

Working as part of a small team, you will ensure that the highest level of physical and emotional care is provided to the children and young people. Applicants will have an understanding and commitment to children with a learning disability. Experience in this type of work is preferred.

As part of this role you will register with Scottish Social Services Council and will hold or be prepared to gain a qualification at SCQF 7 or above (eg HNC and SVQ3).

Why should I apply for this post?

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

  • competitive hourly rates with an additional 9% for working unsociable hours,
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme
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Senior Marketing & Communications Executive

  • Full time
  • £30,825 – £33,205
  • Based in Glasgow or Stirling; flexibility consideration will also be given to be based within an Aberlour service elsewhere in Scotland
  • Closing 3rd February 2020

Do you want to make a positive difference to some of the most marginalised and vulnerable children in Scotland? Have you got stand out marketing skills, and want to support an energetic and ambitious team tell Aberlour’s story and raise the funds to change children’s lives for the better? Then we’d like to hear from you.

For too many children in Scotland, a bad start to their life can lead to a bad end. Aberlour, Scotland’s children’s charity, is committed to helping children and their families at the earliest possible opportunity, before their problems spiral out of control; before it’s too late.

Aberlour has recently launched a significant new marketing, fundraising and public affairs campaign to draw attention to child poverty and inequality in Scotland and to acquire new donors who will enable Aberlour to reach more children.

We are looking for an exceptional individual who can help us build on the success of this campaign and assist with its next phase. We’re seeking a full-time maternity cover starting March 2020 with an expected end date of January 2021. This role can be based within our Glasgow or Stirling office, however we are open to discuss flexible working arrangements being based within an Aberlour service elsewhere in Scotland.

Using your experience across marketing and communications and your creative flair and working knowledge of digital content management, you will develop and manage key marketing activities alongside our services to promote their work.

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Fundraising & Marketing Administration Assistant

  • Full time
  • from £21,135
  • Based in Glasgow or Stirling, with a strong need to be in Glasgow
  • Closing 27th January 2020

Do you want to make a positive difference to some of the most marginalised and vulnerable children in Scotland? Have you got stand out administrative skills, and want to support an energetic and ambitious team tell Aberlour’s story and raise the funds to change children’s lives for the better? Then we’d like to hear from you.

We are looking for an individual keen to grow their experience and passion for the world of fundraising and marketing with the added fantastic opportunity of doing so while working for a truly worthy cause. Working in the voluntary sector allows individuals to gain a real sense of pride in their work and a connection to the communities who benefit from everything they do.

You will provide a full range of administrative support to a busy fundraising and marketing team.

You will often be the first point of contact for Aberlour supporters and therefore have an excellent understanding of good donor care including an excellent telephone manner and the ability to swiftly and effectively thank donors.

You will have a good eye for detail ensuring that all information is accurately recorded on our database, Raiser’s Edge, and that income is correctly recorded and reconciled in accordance with financial and legislative requirements.

You will be proficient in working with databases, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook and be able to swiftly undertake a wide variety of administrative tasks including letter writing, mail merges, running excel reports and undertaking data entry.

You will hold a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 8 or equivalent knowledge /experience acquired by other means, and be prepared to travel to other Aberlour locations on occasion.

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • £18,603 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Options Lothian
  • Closing 29th January 2020

At Aberlour Options Lothian we offer a safe, homely environment for a child to come and stay for a short break that gives their families a rest from their caring role. During that break, children enjoy a range of fun activities and experiences with our staff who specialise in taking care of children with disabilities. Our service is very much a ‘home from home’ for the children who stay with us. We also have a Care at Home service that supports children and young people in the community to access activities.

Are you an experienced administrator, comfortable with financial information and developing spreadsheets? If so we want to hear from you. We need someone to help develop this vital service and ensure its ongoing success for some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children.

You will support the service with general and financial administrative tasks, as well as being the first point of contact for enquiries via phone and email. You will have administrative experience gained through working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience.

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Chair of the Board of Trustees

  • Management Board
  • Unpaid
  • Stirling
  • Closing 14th February 2020

Aberlour is the largest children’s charity working solely in Scotland and provides help to thousands of Scotland's most vulnerable children, young people and their families each year. Aberlour helps children and young people who need additional care and support to achieve their potential and to live safe, fulfilling lives. Giving children the best possible start in life is at the heart of everything we do.

Aberlour has a rich history of delivering vital services to vulnerable children, young people and their families. We have developed a significant reputation for delivering the following services: residential care and fostering, recovery from addictions, early years, disability and early intervention youth work.

We are now looking to recruit a Chair who will support the Chief Executive and the organisation to meet its charitable and strategic objectives. The successful candidate will possess the following skills:

· Team building skills – ensuring succession planning is in place, supporting the recruitment, induction and development of new Board Members.

· Strategic development skills – supporting the Board and the Executive Team to review and develop strategy.

· Organisational skills – ensuring the smooth running of the Board function and improving processes where required.

· Campaigning commitments - supporting Aberlour campaigns on behalf of disadvantaged children, young people and families.

· Networking and influencing skills – making connections on behalf of Aberlour that support Aberlour activities.

· Partnership skills – supporting and collaborating with the Board, the Chief Executive and Senior Executive Team.

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Child and Family Worker

  • Full time
  • £22,191
  • Dumfries and Galloway
  • Closing 11th February 2020

Our service supports families in the Dumfries and Galloway area who are struggling to cope. The families we work with may have a wide range of issues, which could include drug and alcohol use within the family. As a Child and Family worker you would work directly with the whole family in various settings, such as their own homes, our dedicated base and other community locations.

You would become the trusted person that they could talk about what they are going through at home whilst undertaking assessments to identify what support we can provide. You would work with the children and the family offering practical help, in the community, family home, liaising with partner agencies, schools and nurseries. Participate and lead our homework and other group work sessions. Attending meetings, children hearings, meetings school when necessary. You would help establish routines and build life skills with families. In addition to this we offer regular group sessions which help build parenting skills and their confidence.

We are looking for someone to join our friendly and supportive team. You should have a sound knowledge of child development and be able to work with parents either individually or in groups to develop their parenting skills & confidence.

The post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st March 2021 and you will be working 30 hours per week with the potential to be worked flexibly, evening/weekend work may be required dependant on the service need. An allowance is incorporated in the salary to support this requirement.

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Community Connector

  • Full time
  • £26,274
  • Dumfries and Galloway
  • Closing 11th February 2020

Aberlour, funded by the Scottish Government- Investing in Communities, are trying to tackle poverty and inequality across disadvantaged North West Dumfries Communities. We aim to achieve this through our newly refurbished community premise, which is open to all, which provides a range of services for the local community such as community laundry, community clothing, community fridges and family/meeting rooms. Our aim is to build a service around the needs and interests of the local community.

We are looking to recruit a Community Connector who will lead the planning, delivery and development of this project. You will co-ordinate the planning for all community support- matching the needs of the local community with the resources that are available. You will work in partnership with other organisations within the area to promote change that will lead to better outcomes for families.

You would lead and develop the communities capacity in relation to forming a management committee to oversee the future running & development of the community hub, providing support/developmental skills to the members of the committees in relation to governance , roles responsibilities, structure, appointments within the committee.

You will work 37.5 hours per week, these hours will be worked flexibly to meet the needs of the service and the local community which may include evenings, weekends and public holidays. This post is offered on a fixed term basis for 2.5 years.

You will have significant experience in this field with a relevant qualification at SCQF level 7 or above. Further details can be found in the accompanying job description.

If you would like an informal chat about this post, please contact Amanda McAllister on 01387 325090.

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • from £18,603 pro-rata
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th February 2020

Are you an experienced administrator, comfortable with financial information and developing spreadsheets? If so we want to hear from you.

We need someone to help develop this vital service and ensure its ongoing success for some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and young people.

At Aberlour Attain, working in partnership with Renfrewshire Council, we bring together vulnerable children and young people with a mentor to build a consistent and trusting relationship and improve their opportunities. The focus in every mentoring relationship will be on developing the relationship, recognising and building their strengths, and providing support and encouragement to deal with difficult and challenging situations in their lives. This service is currently funded through the attainment fund until the 31st March 2021, outcomes of the service will be reviewed to assess ongoing funding.

As a Service Administrator you will support the service with general and financial administrative tasks including the co-ordination of recruitment paperwork for volunteers joining the service. You will have administrative experience gained through working within a busy office. You will be comfortable working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience.

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • £18,603 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Options Residential Fife
  • Closing 21st February 2020

At Options Residential Fife we are looking to recruit an experienced Service Administrator to become part of our team. Our service provides a safe and loving home for up to five young people, based in Dunfermline in a purpose-built house providing full-time, long term residential care for children and young people with complex learning and physical disabilities.

We are looking to recruit an experienced administrator, who is comfortable with financial information and developing spreadsheets. You will support the service with general and financial administrative tasks, as well as being the first point of contact for enquiries via phone and email. You will have administrative experience gained through working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience.

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Young People’s Worker

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,037
  • Aberlour Options Residential Fife
  • Closing 21st February 2020

Our Options Residential Fife service is a full-time, residential care home for long-term residential care for children and young people with complex learning and physical disabilities. We provide quality living for those children and young people who can no longer live at home.

We are looking for two Young People’s Workers (24 hours per week and 36 hours per week) to become part of our family. At Aberlour we feel that every child has the right to flourish and is at the heart of everything we do. As a Young People’s Worker, you will play a fundamental role in ensuring that our young people are working towards their goals. Not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role. You will provide enabling support to ensure the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care to support your young people with different daily activities. These activities can include college, different hobbies and attending fun groups - each of our young people has a developed plan that helps them achieve their goals.

You will become part of a highly skilled and experienced team and will have a supported induction programme, with access to an extensive training programme which includes CALM training, Child Protection and Fire Safety.

This service operates a residential rota and, as part of this, you will be expected to work evenings, weekends, nights and public holidays.

If you would like an informal conversation about this role please contact Helen Finnie, Service Manager, on 01383 724834.

Please state in your personal statement which contract is your preference.

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Relief Family Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Aberlour Options Dundee
  • Closing 26th February 2020

Do you share our vision? Do you want to work in an organisation that really cares for the young people we work with?

We are looking to build our relief pool of Family Workers within our Options Dundee Service. We work in partnership with the families to offer tailored packages of support to help support families to stay together. Using a person-centred approach, you will provide enabling support ensuring the highest level of physical, personal, and emotional care to support the families in their daily living and within the local community.

The families we work with find our service invaluable- “I don't know what I'd do without them. I trust them, my child trusts them - we both feel safe when they're in the house…They've changed my and my child’s life.”

You will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and support to complete an SVQ3. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

Our relief workers play a crucial role in supporting our team. This work is offered on a casual, hourly paid basis to provide cover during staff absence and/or particularly busy periods. Availability should be specified on your application and will be discussed at interview. Ideally, you will have experience of direct work with children and families and/or experience of working with children or adults with a learning disability and/or an autism spectrum condition.

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2 x Peripatetic Residential Child Care Workers

  • Part time
  • £21,135 pro-rata
  • Fife
  • Closing 2nd March 2020

Aberlour is looking to recruit 2 Peripatetic Residential Child Care Workers to work with our children’s houses in Fife to help with the smooth running of the lives of the children who live with us. Peripatetic Residential Workers allow us to be more responsive to the needs of the houses enabling us to help our houses to fill any gaps that come up, be they during the day to help children attend school or other learning provision, in the evenings enabling the children to undertake specific activities or at night, either to cover night shifts or to help the adults settle children at night. Post holders, therefore, need to be flexible and adaptable and be able to work across all our houses in Fife and be available at short notice to work across the full span of the day across the full week, including weekends.

The successful candidates will be contracted to work 20 hours a week however, there will be opportunities for you to pick up additional hours.

Our children expect the adults to be enthusiastic, kind, loving and compassionate. Post holders need to be playful, accepting, curious and empathetic and be able to bring these qualities to work. We work in a therapeutic way to support our children and young people who live in our houses – our children will all have had experience of poverty and trauma.

You should be able to work in a nurturing way, enabling the children and young people to feel safe and loved. We are looking for individuals who will help us to achieve our vision, which is to:

  • Provide the best option in Scotland for children who require to live in residential care
  • Provide the best life-long learning environment in Scotland which supports the children to lead happy and successful lives
  • Be the best place in Scotland for staff to have a fulfilling work experience and to achieve their individual and collective potential.

Our children and young people tell us that they would like applicants who:

“Keep me safe at night”

“Are confident to play, have fun and be silly with me – who doesn’t sit back and just watch”

“Can make up bed time stories”

“Likes football”

“Likes make-up and fashion”

“Enjoys going on outdoor adventures”

“Wants to spend time with me one to one”

“Remembers what it’s like to grow up”

We support adults who work with children be as effective as they can be, and a wide variety of learning and development opportunities are available to support staff to employ best practice in their work and be exceptional role models for the children and for staff. These include full level one training in Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP), child protection, child development, understanding and responding positively to behaviour as well as access to a Clinical Psychologist to support adults to be as effective as they can be in their work with children.

The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovationand the ability to challenge.

You will report to the Admissions and Programmes Manager who will allocate the work to you on an ongoing basis depending on an assessment of where the greatest need sits at the time.

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Top job! Head of Marketing and Communications

  • Full time
  • £41,515 – £44,723
  • Glasgow or Stirling
  • Closing 2nd March 2020

Do you want to make a positive difference to some of the most marginalised and vulnerable children in Scotland? Have you got exceptional marketing, communications and PR skills? Then we’d like to hear from you.

For too many children in Scotland, a bad start to life can lead to a bad end. Aberlour is committed to helping children and their families at the earliest possible opportunity, before their problems spiral out of control; before it’s too late.

We recently launched a significant marketing, fundraising and public affairs campaign to draw attention to child poverty and inequality in Scotland and to acquire new donors who will enable Aberlour to reach more children.

We are looking for an exceptional individual with significant experience working as a marketing and communications executive at a managerial level who will help us build on the success of this campaign and help drive its next phase.

You will be a strategic thinker, an exceptional communicator and have planned and delivered marketing, communications strategies. You will have proven PR skills with a knowledge of the Scottish media and experience of managing design and website agency relationships.

This is a full-time permanent post which can be based within our Glasgow or Stirling office, with a significant need to be in Glasgow.

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Assistant Service Manager

  • Part time
  • £27,771 pro-rata
  • Dunfermline
  • Closing 13th March 2020

At Options Fife we have a strong reputation of supporting children and young people with high levels of need through learning disabilities and autism to grow, learn and maximise their potential in daily life.

At Options Fife Dunfermline we are looking for an Assistant Service Manager to lead on shift a small skilled team in delivering support to a young man who has recently moved into his forever home. Using a person centre approach you will lead and work with the team to provide support tailored to the challenges and complexities that will enable the young man to take the small meaningful steps in the progression of his on-going transition and within his daily living skills.

This can be a challenging but rewarding role assisting and supporting the team’s journey, building upon and reaching new personal goals.

The Assistant Service Manager will support the Service Manager in the day to day management of the service and work closely with professionals from health and social work.

What are we looking for?

You will play a fundamental role in ensuring that our young people have the best possible experience whilst working towards goals in their care plans. Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role. Using a person-centred approach, you will provide enabling support ensuring the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care. We are looking for someone who will contribute to the leadership, management and development of services for children, young people and families in line with planned objectives and assist with service review and evaluation.

You will have relevant experience of working with children and young people with a disability and/or autism in a community or residential setting and understand the impact of disability on social inclusion. You are required to meet the qualifications requirement for this post which is at SCQF Level 8 (eg. HNC, SVQ Level 4). This post requires you to register with the Scottish Social Services Council as a Residential Child Care Worker with Supervisory Responsibilities and Support Worker in a Care at Home Service. Due to the needs of the service it is essential that you hold a current driving licence.

This post will work 30 hours per week as part of a residential rota which will include evenings, weekends and public holidays. There is also the requirement to undertake occasional sleep overs.

Why should I apply for this post?

As a valued part of Aberlour’s management team you will receive a planned and supported induction programme consisting of an extensive training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and Fire Safety Training. You will support the line management of a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

  • competitive hourly rates with an additional 5% for working unsociable hours (our pay is currently under review for our cost of living increase from 1st April)
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

If you are looking for further information regarding this role and service please contact Jacqui Kirk, Service Manager on 07711 000675.

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Young People’s Worker

  • Full time
  • £23,037
  • Dunfermline
  • Closing 13th March 2020

Are you passionate, committed, resilient and have a good sense of person-centred approaches and values?

“I am a young adult who likes to spend time on my own within my own activities and I need support to be tailored to the challenges and complexities that will enable me to take the small meaningful steps in the progression of my daily living skills.

I recently moved into my forever home with a small, highly skilled team, who are working with me to manage the on-going transitions from home to home.

I am looking for a full-time staff member to join my small team, I need someone who is patient, calm and able to fill their time while I take the small steps that are imperative to keep me safe healthy and motivated.

This can be a challenging but rewarding role assisting and helping me on my lifelong journey building upon and reaching new personal goals”.

Experience and or knowledge of autism and learning disability would beneficial, you will work as part of a residential rota which will include evenings, weekends and public holidays. There is also the requirement to undertake occasional sleep overs.

Why should you apply for this post?

As a Young People’s Worker you will receive a planned and supported induction programme consisting of an extensive training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and Fire Safety Training. The post requires SSSC registration, but we support individuals to gain the necessary practice qualifications required.

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

  • competitive hourly rates with an additional 9% for working unsociable hours (pay rates are being review for cost of living increases expected 1st April)
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

If you would like an informal chat about this post, please contact Jacqui Kirk, Service Manager on 01592 744195.

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Young People’s Worker (2 x part time posts)

  • Part time
  • £23,037 pro-rata
  • Glenrothes
  • Closing 13th March 2020

Do you have relevant experience of working with children and young people with a disability/and or autism or relevant experience in a similar sector or work environment?

Options Fife Glenrothes provides a range of flexible support through outreach and overnight short breaks at weekends, evenings and school holidays to children and young people with complex learning disabilities and autism. We offer a high quality child centred service providing positive and enabling experiences for the young people, supporting them through the challenges and complexities that enable them to work towards their individual outcomes and personal goals. We work closely with families and other professionals in providing support tailored around the child’s plan.

What are we looking for?

Our Young People’s Workers play a fundamental role in ensuring that the young people they work with have the best possible experience in working towards their objectives in line with their care plan, supporting children to progress within their individual outcomes. Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role, where the work we do has a demonstrable impact on each young person's progress. Using a person-centred approach, you will provide enabling support ensuring the highest level of physical, personal, and emotional care to support the families in their daily living and within the local community. You will help arrange and take our young people on fun activities within the local community such as taking our young people in the minibus to the local swimming pool.

As part of the job role a driving license is essential.

We are looking to recruit to the following posts -

  • Young People’s Worker working 25.5 hours per week, 19 hours in our respite unit (for 47 weeks of the year, increasing to 37.5 for 5 weeks during the holiday periods). And 6.5 hours on an outreach basis for 47 weeks of the year
  • Young People’s Worker working 19.75 hours per week, 10 hours in our respite unit (for 47 weeks of the year, increasing to 37.5 for 5 weeks during the holiday periods). And 9.75 hours on an outreach basis for 47 weeks of the year

We also have options for working on a relief basis.

If you would like an informal chat about these posts, please contact Jacqui Kirk, Service Manager on 01592 744195.

Why should I apply for this post?

As a Young People’s Worker you will receive a planned and supported induction programme consisting of an extensive training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and Fire Safety Training. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

  • competitive hourly rates with an additional 9% for working unsociable hours (our current pay rates are under review for our cost of living increase from 1st April)
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme
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Relief Young People’s Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Prestonpans
  • Closing 27th March 2020

We are looking to build our relief pool of Young People’s Workers within our Options Lothian Service. We offer a safe, homely environment for a child to come and stay for a short break that gives their families a rest from their caring role. During that break, children enjoy a range of fun activities and experiences with our staff who specialise in taking care of children with disabilities. Our service is very much a ‘home from home’ for the children who stay with us there. Our service is open from Fridays to Sundays every week.

Our relief workers play a crucial role in supporting our team. This work is offered on a casual, hourly paid basis to provide cover during staff absence and/or particularly busy periods. Availability should be specified on your application form. We need candidates to work the weekends, especially Sundays from 8am – 5pm. Ideally, you will have experience of direct work with children and families and/or experience of working with children or adults with a learning disability and/or an autism spectrum condition.

You will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and support to complete an SVQ3. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

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Community Connector

  • Full time
  • £26,274
  • Dumfries
  • Closing 29th March 2020

What is Communities2gether?

Aberlour, funded by the Scottish Governments- Investing in Communities Fund, is committed to working with the people and communities of North West Dumfries to tackle the impact of poverty and inequality. Working collaboratively with the health and social care partnership and existing community partners we will connect with people and communities to identify strengths and support local people to lead on the development of local supports and community connections. We are currently developing a Community Hub which provides an accessible community resource. We currently offer space for community groups, a small community laundry, a community clothing service, a community fridge and freezer and family rooms. Our aim is to work towards community ownership.

What is the role of Community Connector?

North West Dumfries is a recognised SIMD area of deprivation. Aberlour recognise there are many inherent strengths (skills and interests) amongst people living across the communities that make up the area referred to as North West Dumfries and on this basis are looking to recruit a Community Connector to connect with people within this geographic location, and through the facilities and resources of our Community Hub, Lincluden, support them to develop activities and/or projects that bring people together to benefit the area, reduce the impact of poverty, improve Health and wellbeing, leading to individual and community empowerment and self-efficacy

This role will involve:

  • Discovering local people’s aspirations;
  • Uncovering their skills and interest;
  • Identifying with the community what they can do for themselves and where external support or assistance may help;
  • Connecting and mobilising people;
  • Helping them take ideas forward into action including assisting with project plans and grant applications.
  • Building professional relationships with external agencies within the community to develop opportunities for volunteering, education/training, employment, companionship and health and wellbeing activities for users of the Community Hub.
  • Work in partnership with our community hub users to encourage social integration enabling them to lead meaningful, purposeful lives by promoting resilience, peer support, self-care and support with all areas of development
  • Contribute to the development and day to day running of our community hub, including the supervision and support of our volunteers.
  • Collaborate with other community partners in order to work effectively across North West Dumfries to implement a strategy personalised to each project to successfully meet community needs

You will work 37.5 hours per week, these hours will be worked flexibly to meet the needs of the service and the local community which may include evenings, weekends and public holidays. This post is offered on a fixed term basis for 2.5 years.

We are looking for candidates who have experience of working with communities and a diverse range of stakeholders. In addition, we require candidates to have a relevant qualification at SCQF level 7 or above. Further details can be found in the accompanying job description.

Why should I apply for this post?

If you have an interest in developing community led, place-based change and believe that everyone has something to contribute to their community, regardless of past experience or system labels, THEN THIS IS THE POST FOR YOU!!

You will join park of a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for the local community. As a Community Connector you will receive a supported induction consisting of various training opportunities both internal and external. Aberlour offers excellent annual leave entitlement starting at 35 days per year rising yearly to 40 days per year. You will also have access to our excellent group pension scheme which is provided by Scottish Widows. In addition to all of the above you will have access to our Aberlour Retail Rewards discount Scheme which gives provides discount on many high street stores and well-known brands. For further information on the terms and conditions offered please see attachment below.

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Peripatetic Residential Child Care Workers

  • Part time
  • £21,135 pro-rata
  • Sycamore Fife residential cluster
  • Closing 3rd April 2020

Aberlour is looking to recruit 2 Peripatetic Residential Child Care Workers to work with our children’s houses in Fife to help with the smooth running of the lives of the children who live with us. Peripatetic Residential Workers allow us to be more responsive to the needs of the houses enabling us to help our houses to fill any gaps that come up, be they during the day to help children attend school or other learning provision, in the evenings enabling the children to undertake specific activities or at night, either to cover night shifts or to help the adults settle children at night. Post holders, therefore, need to be flexible and adaptable and be able to work across all our houses in Fife and be available at short notice to work across the full span of the day across the full week, including weekends.

The successful candidates will be contracted to work 30 hours a week however, there will be opportunities for you to pick up additional hours.

Our children expect the adults to be enthusiastic, kind, loving and compassionate. Post holders need to be playful, accepting, curious and empathetic and be able to bring these qualities to work. We work in a therapeutic way to support our children and young people who live in our houses – our children will all have had experience of poverty and trauma.

You should be able to work in a nurturing way, enabling the children and young people to feel safe and loved. We are looking for individuals who will help us to achieve our vision, which is to:

  • Provide the best option in Scotland for children who require to live in residential care
  • Provide the best life-long learning environment in Scotland which supports the children to lead happy and successful lives
  • Be the best place in Scotland for staff to have a fulfilling work experience and to achieve their individual and collective potential.

Our children and young people tell us that they would like applicants who:

“Keep me safe at night”

“Are confident to play, have fun and be silly with me – who doesn’t sit back and just watch”

“Can make up bed time stories”

“Likes football”

“Likes make-up and fashion”

“Enjoys going on outdoor adventures”

“Wants to spend time with me one to one”

“Remembers what it’s like to grow up”

We support adults who work with children be as effective as they can be, and a wide variety of learning and development opportunities are available to support staff to employ best practice in their work and be exceptional role models for the children and for staff. These include full level one training in Dyadic Developmental Practice (DDP), child protection, child development, understanding and responding positively to behaviour as well as access to a Clinical Psychologist to support adults to be as effective as they can be in their work with children.

The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge.

You will report to the Admissions and Programmes Manager who will allocate the work to you on an ongoing basis depending on an assessment of where the greatest need sits at the time.

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Assistant Service Manager

  • Part time
  • £27,771 pro-rata
  • Dundee
  • Closing 8th April 2020

We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Service Manager to work 22.5 hours per week for a 6 month fixed term period. As part of the management team you will work alongside the Service Manager and existing Assistant Service Manager to assist in developing our services in Dundee and to deliver excellent services to children and families.

You will be responsible for co-ordinating and managing referral procedures including allocating key workers to individual cases. Our person-centred approach ensures that we secure the best outcomes for the children and families we support. The role involves supporting delivery of excellent services to meet complex needs where behaviour can be challenging. You will ensure that parenting support is delivered in line with best practice.

The work is delivered in a range of settings including in community venues and you will be responsiblr for arranging off site venues.

The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. As such you will have the ability to provide an excellent role model for the children, young people and families.

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Senior Residential Worker - Sycamore Fife

  • Full time
  • £27,957
  • Fife
  • Closing 25th May 2020

Are you passionate about supporting vulnerable young people to maximise their potential?

Do you feel ready to take a first step towards a management role?

Can you be an excellent role model, demonstrating your skills and experience in a leadership role?

If so, this could be the perfect opportunity for you.

We are looking to recruit a Senior Residential Worker to join our team. The current role is based in our children’s house in Dunfermline. Our Seniors play a key pivotal role in our teams, using their skills, knowledge and expertise to support and work with their team to deliver excellent services to the vulnerable young people who live in our houses.

As a Senior Residential Worker, you will be responsible for some management tasks including providing guidance and professional supervision to team members. With the opportunity to undertake relevant training, this role will enable you to consolidate and develop your skills, looking to your future ability to move into a management role. You will also take part in the on-call rota.

You will be skilled in working with children and young people to manage the challenges that are presented to them in their daily lives whether at school, in their house or in the community. You will be enthusiastic, warm, playful, accepting, curious and empathetic and be able to bring these qualities to your work with the children and young people. Our approach is to work in a nurturing, therapeutic way, enabling the children and young people to feel safe and loved. We are looking for individuals who will help us to achieve our vision, which is to:

  • Provide the best option in Scotland for children who require to live in residential care;
  • Provide the best life-long learning environment in Scotland which supports children to lead happy and successful lives;
  • Be the best place in Scotland for staff to have a fulfilling work experience and to achieve their individual and collective potential.

Our children and young people tell us that they would like applicants who:

“Keep me safe at night”

“Are confident to play, have fun and be silly with me – who don’t sit back and just watch”

“Are honest and truthful”

“Can make up bedtime stories”

“Likes football”

“Likes makeup and fashion”

“Enjoys going on outdoor adventures”

“Wants to spend time with me one to one”

“Remembers what it’s like to grow up”

We are seeking to recruit enthusiastic, energetic and committed individuals who share our ambition that residential child care should be the first best option for children who need to be looked after away from home. The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. Through a wide variety of learning and development opportunities we support our staff to be as effective as they can be, equipping them to employ best practice in their work and to be exceptional role models for the children and for staff.

This is an excellent opportunity for someone looking to develop their skills and experience, taking their first step on the ladder towards a management role.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document included with this advert on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

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Young People’s Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Aberlour Options Residential, Fife
  • Closing 26th May 2020

Our Options Residential Fife service is a full-time residential care home, providing long-term care for children and young people with complex learning and physical disabilities. We provide quality living for those children and young people who can no longer live at home.

We are looking to recruit a Young People’s Worker, working 24.5 hours per week, to become part of our family. This contract will be offered on a temporary basis and is expected to last for a period of 6 months. At Aberlour we feel that every child has the right to flourish and is at the heart of everything we do. As a Young People’s Worker, you will play a fundamental role in ensuring that our young people are working towards their goals. Not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role. You will provide enabling support to ensure the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care to support our young people with different daily activities. These activities can include college, different hobbies and attending fun groups - each of our young people has a developed plan that helps them achieve their goals.

You will become part of a highly skilled and experienced team and will have a supported induction programme, with access to an extensive training programme which includes CALM training, Child Protection and Fire Safety.

This service operates a residential rota and, as part of this, you will be expected to work evenings, weekends, nights and public holidays.

If you would like an informal conversation about this role please contact Helen Finnie, Service Manager, on 01383 724834.

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Education Support Worker – Lifeworks Fife

  • Full time
  • £21,769
  • Fife
  • Closing 17th June 2020

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to work as an Education Support Worker in our Lifeworks project in Fife. The service is for young people who have been ‘looked-after at home’. The role involves working directly with children and young people, who are looked after at home or who are in kinship care, to develop and engage in activities to help them attain educationally.

The role involves working in partnership with other agencies to ensure a collaborative, joined up approach. The role is not restricted to the confines of the school environment, but extends to cover a range of associated aspects which can impact on a young person’s ability to take advantage of the opportunities available to them. Each young person will have different requirements, and each will have a care plan which will set the framework within which your duties will be carried out. Duties might be:

· working with a school to identify pathways into school for the young people

· ensuring the young person is enabled to identify and access subjects they are interested in

· supporting the young people to develop and engage in ways that are likely to enhance their educational attainment

· encouraging parents to be involved, which is key to supporting the engagement of young people

· helping the young people to get to school - bus journeys and routes or escorting them to school

As well as this, the Education Support Worker will support the young person with a range of practical skills:

· building confidence and self-esteem in a way that is ambitious but also realistic

· looking at opportunities beyond school to help the young people to understand what the options are when they leave school

· assist the young people with CVs and mock interviews to help them take advantage of what is available to them

This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st July 2021 in the first instance with the possibility of extension.

If you feel you have the right mix of skills and knowledge to undertake this role, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please ring Andy Finlay, Admissions and Programmes Manager, Aberlour on: 07854 958120 for an informal discussion.

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Young People’s Worker Youthpoint Moray

  • Full time
  • £21,769
  • Moray
  • Closing 3rd July 2020

We are seeking to recruit a Young People’s Worker to join our team delivering our community based service through person-centred interventions to support young people and their families. Your role will be to work in partnership with the young person, their family and referring statutory agency, to assess, plan and implement appropriate strategies to meet their required needs.

Through a range of group and/or individual activities you will work with the young people to support them to develop their talent, self-esteem and confidence, assisting them to understand, acknowledge, accept responsibility for and where appropriate, alter their behaviour. You will support the young people to develop their problem-solving skills, enabling them to resolve conflicts and develop informed choices. With young people and their families, you will support them to strengthen relationships. You will have the ability to monitor and evaluate the service to modify the programme effectively, working with the Service Manager, statutory referring agencies and other organisations to deliver changes which support more positive outcomes for Moray’s young people.

A key part of the role is to motivate young people to develop their skills, talents and passions to support positive outcomes. The work will be delivered to young people and their parents/carers within their homes or within other community settings.

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Young People’s Worker (Options Moray)

  • Part time
  • £23,728 pro-rata
  • Elgin
  • Closing 10th July 2020

Aberlour Options Moray is a community-based service for children/young people with learning disabilities offering residential, respite short breaks, family-based care and community support matched with the individual needs of every young person.

Are you interested in a challenging and fulfilling career in childcare?

Are you looking to develop your skills in a busy and ambitious environment?

Do you want to be part of a team that brings security and love to vulnerable young people?

Can you bring energy, enthusiasm and commitment to your role?

If so ……we want to hear from you.

We are looking to fill a number of part-time posts (34 and 35 hours per week, working across a residential shift pattern). Individuals need to bring a range of qualities to the role including being playful, warm and accepting and must be able to adapt their practice to appropriately meet the varying individual needs of each young person. This role can be challenging but is also immensely rewarding and provides postholders with rich opportunities to develop their own practice and understanding of the needs of children and young people with disabilities.

You must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge – both yourself and other people. We support our staff to be as effective as they can be through dedicated training and supervision. In return our staff act as exceptional role models supporting the children and young people, as well as sharing knowledge and learning with colleagues.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

Ideally, you will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above, or be willing to work to this requirement as per SSSC registration.

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Lead Practitioner (Option Moray)

  • Full time
  • £26,093
  • Elgin
  • Closing 10th July 2020

Aberlour Options Moray is a community-based service for children/young people with learning disabilities offering residential, respite short breaks, family-based care and community support matched with the individual needs of every young person.

As someone who has built up experience working in residential childcare, you will have the confidence to guide and direct the team around you. You will play a pivotal role, working in partnership with parents and families to meet the emotional and physical needs of children and young people with complex disabilities.

Engaging positively with children, young people and families you will help plan and implement appropriate supports. Working alongside the management team and other Lead Practitioner you will mentor and support staff, assist in assessing, planning, delivering and evaluating services.

Sensitive and accurate reporting is a key responsibility and so you will have good written communication skills and the confidence to use information technology for recording.

This role offers a step into first line management while also enhancing your skills and knowledge through training, for example, in Dyadic Developmental Practice.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 8 or above, or be willing to work to this requirement as per SSSC registration.

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Child and Family Worker (Family Support Centre - Langlees)

  • Full time
  • £21,769
  • Falkirk
  • Closing 17th July 2020

Aberlour Family Support Centre - Langlees works in partnership with the local community by providing a range of services to promote, positively support, and strengthen the capacity of children and families to reach their full potential.

Our service supports families in the Falkirk area who may have a wide range of issues, which could include concerns for child development, social isolation, and childhood trauma. The service works directly with the whole family in various settings, such as their own homes and our community-based family support centre which is registered with the Care Inspectorate. As a Child & Family Worker you will be responsible for a caseload of a maximum of 8 key worker children and up to 3 individual family support cases. You will also be supported to deliver parenting support group sessions in partnership with colleagues for at least one 6-week block period per year while working a 37.5 hour week on a term time basis.

We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to join our highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our children and families. You will have the necessary skills and experience to enhance the development of 2 year old’s in an early years, community-based setting. Experience of working alongside Health, Education and Social Work colleagues to improve life chances for children and families will be beneficial to this position.

This post is offered on a fixed term basis until June 2021. The hours will be worked Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm.

A working knowledge and understanding of the key stages of a child’s development, including early brain development and being a 2 year old, the impact of family circumstances on children’s well-being and child protection issues is required. You will be familiar and confident with following and implementing the Pre-Birth to Three curriculum framework and Realising the Ambition Guidance. Experience of embedding Care Inspectorate Best Practice guidance and Five to Thrive approach would be advantageous. Competency in IT skills is required as you are responsible for updating Aberlour’s database system for key working group records.

The help & support the centre has given to me and my son over the past year has been amazing. Knowing someone is thinking of me and visiting to give practical support has been great. My son has learnt how to interact with other children and his speech has improved. Staff know what he needs and update his plan often.” - Parent

You will maintain an appropriate professional registration with the Scottish Social Services Council. Family Support Centre - Langlees is registered as Day Care of Children and you will have the necessary Early Years qualifications requirements for this category which are SVQ level 7 or HNC.

What we will offer you:

  • Excellent development and training opportunities to enable you to grow and develop your skills.
  • Access to our group pension scheme.
  • Continual support working as part of a small highly motivated team.
  • Access to Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme.
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Data/MI Analyst

  • Full time
  • £35,064
  • Stirling or Glasgow
  • Closing 31st July 2020

Are you interested in joining Scotland’s leading children’s charity to support our growth and development? If so, we are looking for an ambitious Data/MI Analyst who will lead the development of our data analysis and reporting. We are looking for someone with real passion for data and the ways it can be used to help our management team and services improve the lives of some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and families.

This is an exciting position where you can make a real difference to the charity and people’s lives.

We are progressive in our approach to work and we encourage and support our staff to be innovative and proactive in improving what we do to get better outcomes for children.

We have an exciting few years ahead as we undertake our Transformation Programme which will improve both the way we work and how we deliver services.

Ensuring that we make best use of our data to help drive evidence-based decision making and monitor performance is going to be key to this transformation. The Data/MI Analyst will help turn data into information, information into insight and insight into business decisions. They will also ensure that the right people have the right information in the right format at the right time.

The Role

Aberlour is looking for a driven Data/MI Analyst who will be responsible for Aberlour’s data analysis and reporting function. It is likely that every day will be different, and you will get to interact with a lot of different people. However, a typical week for our Data/MI Analyst might include:

  • Working with managers to understand their data recording, analysis and reporting needs.
  • Working with our services to identify, extract and analyse data and business information and translate this to useable management information.
  • Assisting one of our Directors to produce and track KPIs.
  • Creating data dashboards, graphs and visualisations for groups of key stakeholders.
  • Delivering easy-to-use, tailored reports that will minimise workload and facilitate informed decision making.

You must have:

  • experience in data analysis and reporting from multiple data sources and complex data sets,
  • a proven ability to identify opportunities for innovation and improvements from business intelligence,
  • be able to manage all aspects of system-based reporting and deliver easy-to-use, tailored reports that will minimise workload and facilitate informed decision making,
  • excellent written, visual and verbal communication and presentations skills,
  • excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to influence strategy and practice,
  • the ability to work with a complex and challenging set of stakeholders,
  • be creative, proactive and work on your own initiative,
  • a ‘can do’ attitude.
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Child and Family Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,769
  • Outreach Dundee
  • Closing 27th July 2020

Aberlour Family Outreach Dundee provides support to families who are struggling to cope as a result of drug and alcohol use within the family. We give children a trusted person they can talk to, while supporting parents to create a safe environment for their children through addressing their dependency and improving parenting confidence.

“The Aberlour Family Outreach Dundee worker visited me regularly and she was really friendly. She encouraged me to ask for help when I needed it. She introduced me to other people and got me involved in other services that could help me" – Parent

Do you want to help make a difference to the lives of the families we work with?

We are looking to recruit a full time Child and Family Worker. This contract is currently offered on a fixed term basis until 31 March 2021. We are looking for an energetic, creative and compassionate individual to join our friendly, supportive team. We value skills such as providing children and young people with a wide range of fun activities and experiences to enrich their lives as well as supporting families to actively participate in shaping and defining the support we offer.

You will hold, or be willing to work towards, a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above (for example, SVQ3 Care plus an HNC) together with relevant experience of working with children or young people. You must also be able to demonstrate awareness of the key elements of working with people affected by substance use as well as an understanding of, and commitment to, young people’s rights.

As an Aberlour employee, you will:

• receive a supported induction

• be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

• receive continual personalised support

• have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning

and Graphic Facilitation

• have access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Top job! Service Manager - Aberlour Sustain Borders

  • Full time
  • £37,518 – £40,418
  • Aberlour Sustain Borders
  • Closing 24th July 2020

Aberlour, in partnership with Scottish Borders Council, have developed a service for families with children at ‘the edge of care’, families who are often feeling overwhelmed by the complex demands of parenting and struggling to support the needs of their children at home, at school and in the community. At what can be a highly charged and emotional time for families Sustain Borders offer a relationship based and strengths focused approach which helps build confidence and skills and supports connection to school and community.

Working collaboratively with local partners our aim is to help children and families stay together. Families experience a wide range of social and emotional challenges which can impact on health and wellbeing, our relationship-based approach is informed by an understanding of attachment and the impact of trauma. We offer whole family support and work individually and in groups with children, young people, parents and carers. Our approach helps families to seek solutions, build on strengths and learn new skills, whether that is learning to play together or supporting a young person to take their first steps back into school.

In our first 18 months, we have supported over 50 families throughout the Scottish Borders, with 80% of referred children and young people continuing to live at home and remain connected to their school and community. We feel our flexibility and the intensity of our Sustain support model is a key factor in this success. The service is available ‘as and when required’, including during evenings and weekends, providing families with the support they need when they need it.

“Sustain have helped young people to trust again and showed them that teachers and other professionals are trying to help.”

“Sustain will be the voice of the young person so they are prepared to have difficult conversations with parents, teachers or anyone else when they have to.”

Social Workers

Scottish Borders Council have confirmed a further 4 years’ funding for this service. We are looking to recruit a dynamic and creative individual to manage, lead and develop the service further. We are looking for a manager who has had experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection. You will also have direct experience of leading, supporting and managing staff, inter-agency and partnership working and developing and managing a budget. You will work 37.5 hours per week, these hours will be worked flexibly in line with service need. This contract is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st March 2024.

Service Manager responsibilities include ensuring that your team delivers excellent services, evidencing the effectiveness of innovative practice and ensuring continual service improvement through effective quality assurance. You will be responsible for implementing and achieving a range of outcomes, including self-evaluation and monitoring frameworks and implementing Aberlour’s policies and procedures. You will have the ability to provide an effective role model to others, and use an asset based, person-centred approach to work with families. You will be responsible for managing the day to day operation of the service budget and line managing staff.

As part of a small team, you will ensure that the highest level of physical and emotional care is provided to our families. You will ensure that the teams understand and meet their obligations to protect and promote the welfare of service users and ensure the safeguarding role at all times.

You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 9 or above, plus a management qualification at SCQF level 8 or above, or equivalent knowledge acquired by other means.

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Top job! Service Manager - Aberlour Options Borders, St Boswells

  • Full time
  • £37,518 – £40,418
  • Aberlour Options Borders, St Boswells
  • Closing 3rd August 2020

Our Options Borders service offers an exciting range of short break residential and non-residential services for children and young people living in the Scottish Borders who have a significant learning and/or physical disability. The support we offer includes residential short breaks, outreach within the local community and summer holiday activity clubs. This service not only provides families with a short break and time to ‘recharge’, but it brings together children with significant learning disabilities living within the Scottish Borders Council area. It offers them a programme of activities which are fun, stimulating and safe, creating an opportunity for them to make friends and pursue leisure activities out with the school and family environment.

What is Aberlour to us....... quite simply a lifeline. It is what keeps our family together and sane. I know my child is happy to be with Aberlour and he has fun. You guys have taken the time and care to get to know him and know what he wants and needs on his visits with you. This means we can relax knowing he is happy and safe no matter what challenges he presents you with. We are so grateful for the support you not only give our boy but provide to us as a family – Parent

As Service Manager you will lead, manage and develop services for children, young people and families in line with service objectives and Aberlour’s strategic planning framework. You will be responsible for the development and delivery of the service, working collaboratively with families, community partners and our Local Authority colleagues. You will have relevant experience of working with children and young people with a disability in a community or residential setting, and an understanding of the impact of disability on social inclusion are essential requirements.

You will have demonstrable experience of empowering, working and engaging with young people and their families in order to achieve positive outcomes. You will have previous managerial experience preferably within a residential child care setting, an ability to motivate, support and supervise others and you will possess effective planning and organisational skills.

As part of a small team, you will ensure that the highest level of physical and emotional care is provided to the children and young people. Applicants will have an understanding and commitment to children with a learning disability. You will ensure that all workers understand and meet their obligations to protect and promote the welfare of service users and ensure the safeguarding role at all times.

You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 9 or above, plus a management qualification at SCQF level 8 or above, or equivalent knowledge acquired by other means. You are required to be registered with the SSSC and hold or be willing to work towards relevant professional qualifications to meet SSSC registration requirements.

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Young People’s Worker, Disability

  • Part time
  • £23,728 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Options Lothian, Prestonpans
  • Closing 30th July 2020

We are looking for a Young People’s Worker for our residential respite service, working 24 hours per week. As part of a small team, you will ensure that the highest level of physical and emotional care is provided to the children and young people. Experience in this type of work is preferred however we will consider all applications. You must be able to commit to working Friday, Saturday and Sunday every week. Sleepovers form part of the regular working pattern and full details of rota requirements will be discussed at interview.

You will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM Training, Child Protection Training and support to complete an SVQ3. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

For this service you will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council, and will have or be prepared to gain a qualification at SCQF 7 or above (for example: SVQ3 Care plus an HNC).

Aberlour Options Lothian, Prestonpans

Aberlour Options Lothian offers a range of short break services including overnights at our respite home, outreach, care at home and sibling group. We offer a safe, homely environment for a child to come and stay for a short break that gives their families a rest from their caring role. During that break, children enjoy a range of fun activities and experiences with our staff who specialise in taking care of children with disabilities. Our service is very much a ‘home from home’ for the children who stay with us. Our service is open from Friday to Sunday every week.

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Young People’s Worker - Aberlour Options Residential Fife

  • Full time
  • £23,728
  • Dunfermline
  • Closing 3rd August 2020

Our Options Residential Fife service is a full-time, residential care home for long-term residential care for children and young people with complex learning and physical disabilities. We provide quality living for those children and young people who can no longer live at home.

We are looking for a full time Young People’s Worker, working 37.5 hours per week, to become part of our family. At Aberlour we feel that every child has the right to flourish and is at the heart of everything we do.

As a Young People’s Worker, you will play a fundamental role in ensuring that our young people are working towards their goals. Not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role. You will provide enabling support to ensure the highest level of physical, personal and emotional care to support our young people with different daily activities. These activities can include college, different hobbies and attending fun groups - each of our young people has a developed plan that helps them achieve their goals.

You will become part of a highly skilled and experienced team and will have a supported induction programme, with access to an extensive training programme which includes CALM training, Child Protection and Fire Safety.

This service operates a residential rota and as part of this, you will be expected to work evenings, weekends, nights and public holidays.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document included with this advert on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

If you would like an informal conversation about this role please contact Helen Finnie, Service Manager, on 01383 724834.

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Service Manager - Sustain North Ayrshire

  • Part time
  • £36,817 pro-rata
  • North Ayrshire
  • Closing 10th August 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust are launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain- North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

We are looking for a Service Manager who is not only dynamic and creative to find new ways of working but also an individual who will strive to develop this service to meet its full potential. We are looking for a manager who has had experience of direct practice within this field of work, including adult/child protection. You will also have direct experience of leading, supporting and managing staff, inter-agency and partnership working and developing and managing a budget. You will work 18.75 hours per week, these hours will be worked flexibly in a way which responds to the needs of the families when they need it – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends.

Service Manager responsibilities include ensuring that your team delivers excellent services, evidencing the effectiveness of innovative practice and ensuring continual service improvement through effective quality assurance. You will be responsible for implementing and achieving a range of outcomes, including self-evaluation and monitoring frameworks and implementing Aberlour’s policies and procedures. You will have the ability to provide an effective role model to others, and use an asset based, person-centred approach to work with families. You will be responsible for managing the day to day operation of the service budget and line managing staff.

As part of a small team, you will ensure that the highest level of physical and emotional care is provided to our families. You will ensure that the teams understand and meet their obligations to protect and promote the welfare of service users and ensure the safeguarding role at all times.

You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 9 or above, plus a management qualification at SCQF level 8 or above, or equivalent knowledge acquired by other means.

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Service Administrator - Sustain North Ayrshire

  • Part time
  • £19,068 pro-rata
  • Kilwinning
  • Closing 3rd August 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust are launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities, and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain - North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

This post will be based in the service base where you will provide administrative support to the team, assisting with general finance, recording\reporting and reception duties. Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed, to working in a relationship based culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative working and relationship based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

You will ideally have a relevant qualification at SCQF level 7 or above (or equivalent knowledge) together with the ability to use IT applications such as Word and Excel, and have experience of working in a busy office environment and have a passion for the work that we undertake.

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Community Support Practitioner - Sustain North Ayrshire (PT)

  • Part time
  • £22,857 pro-rata
  • Kilwinning
  • Closing 3rd August 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust are launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain- North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

We are looking to recruit a part time Community Support Practitioner, working 18.75 hours per week. These posts are funded for two years. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about supporting families and communities, flexible and share our vision that collaborative working and relationship based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

Not afraid to test new ways of working, you will bring a fresh, caring and collaborative approach which responds empathically to the needs of the families – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children and young people.

You will work within a variety of locations in Kilwinning, including family homes, schools and community settings.

As an Aberlour employee you will;

- be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

- receive continual personalised support

- have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation

- receive excellent annual leave entitlement

- have access to our group pension scheme

- have access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Community Support Practitioner - Sustain North Ayrshire (FT)

  • Full time
  • £22,857
  • Kilwinning
  • Closing 3rd August 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust are launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain- North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

We are looking to recruit to two full time Community Support Practitioners, working 37.5 hours per week. These posts are funded for two years. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about supporting families and communities, flexible and share our vision that collaborative working and relationship based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

Not afraid to test new ways of working, you will bring a fresh, caring and collaborative approach which responds empathically to the needs of the families – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children and young people.

You will work within a variety of locations in Kilwinning, including family homes, schools and community settings.

As an Aberlour employee you will;

- be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

- receive continual personalised support

- have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation

- receive excellent annual leave entitlement

- have access to our group pension scheme

- have access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Residential Worker - Inverness

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,728
  • Inverness
  • Closing 27th August 2020

Do you believe that every child deserves the chance to flourish?

Could you bring enthusiasm and fun to a young person’s life?

Are you interested in developing your skills and experience in working therapeutically with young people?

If so, we would like to hear from you.

We are looking to recruit a Residential Worker to join our team in Inverness, you will work 35 hours per week working in a residential house which is home for up to five young people. We have a core team of Residential Workers who support our young people, helping them to achieve and overcome the challenges they face.

At Aberlour, we believe that every child deserves the change to flourish regardless of their background and the circumstances that have brought them to live with Aberlour. The children we support are presently not able to live safely with their own families and many of them have suffered from trauma and loss in their young lives. Working therapeutically with the young people, using a Dyadic Developmental approach, our aim is to help the young people to develop their confidence and self-worth and therefore to maximise their potential and opportunities for living fulfilled and happy lives. As a Residential Worker, you will play a fundamental role in ensuring that our young people are working towards their goals through supporting them with different daily activities. These activities can include college, different hobbies and attending fun groups. Not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role.

You will become part of a highly skilled and experienced team and will have a supported induction programme, with access to an extensive training programme which includes CALM training, Child Protection and Fire Safety.

This service operates a residential rota and, as part of this, you will be expected to work evenings, weekends, nights and public holidays. Shifts are set on a monthly basis and follow a rolling pattern, however may be altered to suit the needs of the service.

Young people have told us that they like staff who:

“Will keep me safe at night”

“Are confident to have fun and be silly with me – who don’t sit back and just watch”

“Are honest and truthful”

“Like football”

“Like makeup and fashion”

“Want to spend time with me one to one”

Our residential service in Inverness is one of two houses that Aberlour runs in the Highlands. Our experienced teams of staff seek to create a comfortable home for the young people where they can grow and flourish, participating in educational and community activities to achieve their goals.

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Guardian (3 Posts)

  • Full time
  • £26,931
  • Based in Glasgow/Edinburgh
  • Closing 31st August 2020

Aberlour Guardianship Service supports unaccompanied asylum seeking or trafficked children and young people to understand their progress through the asylum system, feel supported through the process, access the help they need and make informed decisions based on the available options. We help refugee children and young people, and victims of trafficking who arrive in Scotland without their parents.

The children and young people we help in the Scottish Guardianship Service have been through unimaginable traumas. Now, they must they cope with being apart from their families in a strange, new country. They also face language and cultural barriers. In addition, the welfare and immigration system is very complicated and it can be difficult for them to understand.

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team. This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union. We are looking to recruit a full time Guardian (Based in Glasgow or Edinburgh), working 37.5 hours per week. You could be this person!

We are looking for candidates who have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 8 and have, or be prepared to work towards, the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner Level 2 Registration.

You will have experience of working with young people and children, dealing with child/adult protection issues, experience of advocacy work, inter-agency and partnership working and a good knowledge or experience of the asylum systems.

Why should I apply for this post?

You will receive a planned and supported induction programme consisting of an extensive training programme; including Adult and Child Protection Training and Emergency First Aid at work. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our service users.

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

· competitive hourly rates with an additional 5% for working unsociable hours,

· excellent annual leave entitlement

· access to our group pension scheme

· access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Mental Health Project Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £26,931
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 7th September 2020

The aim of the Guardianship service is to help refugee children and young people, and victims of trafficking who arrive in Scotland alone and without their parents.

The children and young people we help have been through unimaginable traumas and now they must cope with being apart from their families in a strange new country with language and cultural barriers and a welfare and immigration system which can be complicated and difficult to understand. Our young people often experience mental health problems associated with the reason they have had to seek asylum. The experience of seeking asylum, coping with grief and loss and living with uncertainty can exacerbate existing health problems or create new ones.

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our team. This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union. We are looking to recruit a full time Mental Health Project Coordinator (based in Glasgow), working 33.75 hours per week.

We are looking to recruit a dynamic and creative individual to lead on the delivery and development of a mental health project which offers personalised, early intervention for young refugees who are experiencing mental health and wellbeing challenges, with the aim of reducing the severity of their condition and increasing their resilience and ability to manage their day to day lives.

The Mental Health Project Coordinator will support the oversight of all activities including promotion, planning, assessment, delivery, evaluation and ongoing reporting of the project in conjunction with the Service Manager.

Working in partnership with the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde’s Psychological Trauma Service (the Anchor), the post holder will co-develop assessments, workshop material, evaluation tools and co-deliver initial workshops to promote change that will lead to better outcomes for young men.

Applicants must be able to demonstrate awareness of the key elements of working with young people who have arrived as separated children seeking asylum. You will be required to have a good understanding of the issues that affect unaccompanied young refugees who are affected by displacement, grief and loss, trauma, cultural dislocation, living with uncertainty and coping with a complex and often hostile asylum and trafficking process.

A relevant professional qualification at SCQF 8 or above, or equivalent knowledge acquired by other means, is essential for this post.

As an Aberlour employee, you will:

- receive a supported induction

- be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

- receive continual personalised support

- have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation

- excellent annual leave entitlement

- access to our group pension scheme

- access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

Aberlour is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of all our service users and uses a thorough and rigorous recruitment and selection process including PVG Scheme checks to ensure this commitment is not compromised.

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Young Peoples Worker Disability

  • Full time
  • £23,728
  • Based in Aberlour Options Aberdeen Hub
  • Closing 4th September 2020

Aberlour Options Aberdeen provides a variety of services throughout Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire supporting people with a range of complex and profound disabilities including learning, physical and life limiting conditions and complex communication difficulties. Working in partnership with Aberdeen City Council and Grampian Autistic Society, we are developing a new service to expand our existing provision to provide a Hub which offers care at home, community and residential short-breaks and an exciting, tailored programme of activities and support for children with disabilities and their families.

Our new centre, due to open in November 2020, will be a hub for supporting children with disabilities and their families from across the city, giving children the chance to have new experiences and make new friends while giving their parents the vital opportunity to recharge their batteries. Our new Hub based provision will be across our bases in Bucksburn and Garthdee, offering community-based outreach services, residential short breaks and care at home services. In addition to this, the Hub will provide holistic family support to offer a menu of services that support and complement direct support offered to children and young people.

“Aberlour Options Aberdeen for us has been a godsend. Our lives have changed at home. They listen to your views and try and help with whatever is the problem.” Parent

The successful candidates will work directly with children, young people and their families to build positive relationships and develop personalised supports to meet their needs. You will contribute to the development of care and support plans, working in an outcomes focused manner to ensure that children, young people and their families get the most out of their service. You will work closely with internal and external colleagues in a multi-agency approach to ensure that the holistic needs of children, young people and families are central to service provision.

You will have experience of working with young people in a community or residential setting. It is desirable that you have experience of supporting children and young people with complex disabilities and associated health needs in a range of settings. You will be required to dual register with the Scottish Social Services Council. To register you must hold or be willing to work towards a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above (eg SVQ3 Care plus an HNC).

You will demonstrate confidence in your approach and have a good understanding of the complex and challenging circumstances that may arise for vulnerable children. You will display patience and empathy in your daily interactions and be reflective in your practice.

What we will offer you:

Excellent development and training opportunities to enable you to grow and develop your skills.

A fantastic opportunity to develop and plan fun and positive activities for children and young people.

Continual support working as part of a small highly motivated team and excellent terms and conditions including access to Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme.

We expect to be recruiting Relief Young People’s Workers in the near future. If you are interested in this please keep an eye on the Aberlour website where these will be advertised in due course.

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Befriending Coordinator

  • Full time
  • £26,931
  • Based in Glasgow
  • Closing 7th September 2020

Aberlour Guardianship Service supports unaccompanied asylum seeking or trafficked children and young people to understand their progress through the asylum system, feel supported through the process, access the help they need and make informed decisions based on the available options. We help refugee children and young people, and victims of trafficking who arrive in Scotland without their parents.

The children and young people we help in the Scottish Guardianship Service have been through unimaginable traumas. Now they must they cope with being apart from their families in a strange, new country. They also face language and cultural barriers. In addition, the welfare and immigration system is very complicated and it can be difficult for them to understand.

We have an exciting opportunity for you to join our expanding team. This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund, making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union. We are looking to recruit a full time Befriending Coordinator (based in Glasgow), working 37.5 hours per week. You could be this person!

Working alongside our Guardians, you will recruit, train and match volunteers with our young people. You will have demonstrable experience of supporting volunteers. You will have a good understanding of the issues facing children within the asylum-seeking process along with experience of developing and delivering training.

You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 8 and be driven to succeed.

Our 5% allowance recognises that the post holder may work out-of-hours, evenings and weekends to induct, train and support volunteers.

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Residential Workers (days and nights)

  • Full time
  • from £23,728
  • Sycamore Service – Fife
  • Closing 8th September 2020

Are you passionate about helping vulnerable young people thrive and flourish?

Do you have the skills to engage with young people and support them to reach their maximum potential?

We are looking for Residential Workers to join our Sycamore Services team in our homes in Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy. You should be enthusiastic, warm, playful, accepting, curious and empathetic and be able to bring these qualities to your work with children and young people. Our approach is to work in a therapeutic way to support the vulnerable children and young people who live in our residential houses.

You must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. You should be able to work in a nurturing way, enabling the children and young people to feel safe and loved. We are looking for individuals who will help us to achieve our vision, which is to:

• Provide the best option in Scotland for children who require to live in residential care;

• Provide the best life-long learning environment in Scotland which supports children to lead happy and successful lives;

• Be the best place in Scotland for staff to have a fulfilling work experience and to achieve their individual and collective potential.

Through a wide variety of learning and development opportunities we support our staff to be as effective as they can be, equipping them to employ best practice in their work and to be exceptional role models for the children and for staff.

Our children and young people tell us that they would like applicants who:

“Keep me safe at night”

“Are honest and truthful”

“Can make up bedtime stories”

“Want to spend time with me one to one”

“Remembers what it’s like to grow up”

Details of the available posts are set out in the ‘Terms & Conditions’ document which is included with the adverts on our website.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

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Community Support Practitioner (Aberlour Sustain Service)

  • Part time
  • £22,857 pro-rata
  • Borders area
  • Closing 21st September 2020

Aberlour, in partnership with Scottish Borders Council, has developed a service for families with children at ‘the edge of care’, families who are often feeling overwhelmed by the complex demands of parenting and struggling to support the needs of their children at home, at school and in the community. At what can be a highly charged and emotional time for families, Sustain Borders offers a relationship based and strengths focused approach which helps build confidence and skills and supports connection to school and community.

Working collaboratively with local partners our aim is to help children and families stay together. Families experience a wide range of social and emotional challenges which can impact on health and wellbeing. Our relationship-based approach is informed by an understanding of attachment and the impact of trauma. We offer whole family support and work individually and in groups with children, young people, parents and carers. Our approach helps families to seek solutions, build on strengths and learn new skills, whether that is learning to play together or supporting a young person to take their first steps back into school.

In our first 18 months, we have supported over 50 families throughout the Scottish Borders, with 80% of referred children and young people continuing to live at home and remain connected to their school and community. We feel our flexibility and the intensity of our Sustain support model is a key factor in this success. The service is available ‘as and when required’, including during evenings and weekends, providing families with the support they need when they need it.

“Sustain have helped young people to trust again and showed them that teachers and other professionals are trying to help.”

“Sustain will be the voice of the young person so they are prepared to have difficult conversations with parents, teachers or anyone else when they have to.”

Social Workers

We are looking to recruit a Community Support Practitioner to join our team. Candidates should have enthusiasm and energy and share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. Not afraid to test new ways of working, you will bring a fresh and collaborative approach in a way which responds to the needs of the families when they need it – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children with additional support needs.

You will work within a variety of settings in the Borders area including the service base, family homes, schools and community settings.

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Resources & Procurement Assistant

  • Full time
  • £25,649 – £27,633
  • Based in Stirling, however we have offices across Scotland and can accommodate flexible home working
  • Closing 22nd September 2020

Aberlour is Scotland’s largest, solely Scottish children’s charity with over 40 services across Scotland. Aberlour has a strong reputation for supporting some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and young people to achieve positive outcomes, helping them to fulfil their potential.

We have created a brand-new post to support our Resources and Procurement Manager to provide an effective, efficient and high quality property and facilities management service, whilst also delivering an effective corporate procurement function.

The post will work full time, 37.5 hours per week, initially as a fixed term contract for two years.

You will have experience in the field of property/facilities management; procurement/supply chain management; business administration; or planning and monitoring extensive data for a charity or other large organisation. You will have knowledge of building management, environmental management, contract law and insurances, procurement management and project management.

You will be comfortable creating and distilling information from databases into meaningful reports.

The posts main work base is expected to be Stirling however we allow flexible home working. You may be required to travel across Scotland to visit services. Staff benefits include 35 days’ annual leave, a 5% joint contributory Pension Scheme, Group Life Insurance, Staff Rewards Discount Scheme and an enhanced occupational sick pay scheme.

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Assistant Service Manager

  • Full time
  • £29,889
  • Aberlour Sustain Angus, Forfar
  • Closing 28th September 2020

For many vulnerable children and young people who are unable to be satisfactorily supported at home, the only option has often been for them to move into residential care. However, Aberlour has piloted a new ground-breaking edge of care service which provides another option. Working with Angus Council we are now launching a new Aberlour Sustain Service working in Angus. Sustain uses person-centred, asset- based approaches, working with children, young people and families, which enable children and young people to stay at home.

This innovative, creative service focuses on supporting children and young people age 5-11 to remain at home maximising their potential and ability to flourish in their local communities. We also aim to support local professional stakeholders and communities to coproduce solutions. A key part of the service is to offer support to families whenever they need it, whether it be early morning, during the day or the evening, on every day of the year.

We are looking to recruit a dynamic and creative individual to lead and manage a small team and to develop this service going forward in order to deliver flexible, person-centred services to vulnerable children and families in a way which can be playful, warm, accepting, curious, tenacious and empathetic.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed and, working in a culture based onrespect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. You will bring a fresh and collaborative approach to this service and be able to manage time in a way which balances the need of children and families and administrative requirements while also being available to join your team as the lead practitioner on a flexible basis. This will include working directly with the children and families at weekends, evenings and on public holidays.

You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children with additional support needs.

Based within a variety of settings including the service base, family homes, schools and community venues, you will support staff to work either individually or with groups of children, young people and parents / carers using an asset-based approach to build capacity and resilience.

As well as being involved in planning, designing and delivering appropriate work you will also be involved in assessing and evaluating the services, whilst maintaining accurate records and compiling reports.

If you would like more information or wish to discuss this post, please contact Tracey Dammer, Service Manager on 07528 970557 for an informal conversation.

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • £19,068 pro-rata
  • Aberlour Sustain Angus, based in Forfar
  • Closing 28th September 2020

Working in partnership with Angus Council, Aberlour Sustain Angus provides support to enable children, young people and their families that are on the ‘edge of care’ to stay together. Sustain offers a highly flexible, responsive service supporting families by offering the help and tools they need to prevent a child from being taken into care. The service enables families to be supported at whatever time they need it, every day of the year.

We are seeking an experienced Administrator to join this new team. Your role is to support the team with general and financial administrative tasks, as well as being the first point of contact for enquiries via phone and email. You must be comfortable with financial information, including putting together spreadsheets. You will have administrative experience gained by working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience. Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed to working in a relationship-based culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. You will share our vision that collaborative working and relationship-based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

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Community Support Practitioner

  • Full time or Part time
  • £22,857
  • Aberlour Sustain Angus, based in Forfar
  • Closing 28th September 2020

Many vulnerable children and young people are unable to be supported sufficiently within their own homes and communities. However, by intervening earlier with person centred approaches we can support children and young people to remain at home rather than moving into residential care.

Aberlour, with support and funding from Angus Council, is establishing Sustain. This is an innovative and creative new service in Angus which focuses on supporting children and young people (age 5 – 11) on the ‘edge of care’ to remain and flourish in their local communities.

Using personalised and person-centred approaches and principles, the aim is to ensure that children, young people and families are supported to build on their strengths, assets and interests to develop enduring capacity and resilience. We also aim to support local professional stakeholders and communities to coproduce solutions.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed and, working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. You will bring a fresh and collaborative approach to this service and, in discussion with the manager, be willing to try new approaches to ensure strong and trusting relationships are developed with families and stakeholders. You should be dynamic and creative and be able to deliver flexible, person-centred services to vulnerable children and families in a way which can be playful, warm, accepting, curious, tenacious and empathetic.

We are looking to recruit three full time workers and one part time worker, working 18.75 hours per week. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues. Experience of working with children with additional support needs would be desirable but is not essential.

Based within a variety of settings including the service base, family homes, schools and community settings, you will work either individually or with groups of children, young people and parents / carers using an asset-based approach to build capacity and resilience.

As well as being involved in planning, designing and delivering appropriate work you will also assist in assessing and evaluating the services, maintain accurate records and contribute to reports.

Successful candidates will be required to manage their time in a way which balances the needs of children and families, the administrative requirements of the role as well as being able to work at times which may include weekends, evenings and public holidays.

As an Aberlour employee, you will:

  • receive a supported induction
  • be part of a highly motivated and skilled team
  • receive continual personalised support
  • have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation
  • excellent annual leave entitlement
  • access to our group pension scheme
  • access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

If you would like more information or wish to discuss this post, please contact Tracey Dammer, Service Manager on 07528 970557 for an informal conversation.

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Rights & Participation Officer

  • Part time
  • £25,649 pro-rata
  • Part of a Glasgow team but with flexibility to work from home
  • Closing 9th October 2020

Aberlour continues to aspire to be a leading voice for the children, young people and families we support across Scotland. Our participative and personalised approach aims to elevate the voices of the children, young people and families we work with. We want to ensure that children, young people and families are empowered to inform and shape the care and support they receive, and the work of the organisation as a whole. We are looking for someone to help us continue to make sure the voices and experiences of children, young people and families are at the heart of everything we do.

At Aberlour all our work is informed directly by the UNCRC and we are committed to making children and young people’s human rights real. This includes a commitment to the keeping The Promise to Scotland’s children and young people by supporting the implementation of the Independent Care Review recommendations. Supporting and promoting the meaningful participation of the children, young people and families we work with is a fundamental part of how we achieve that. We aim to ensure that children, young people and families have their rights supported, promoted and protected, their voices listened to and views acted upon.

Working alongside the Head of Policy and Participation as part of the Participation Team, you will plan, develop and deliver a range of participation and engagement activities to support, promote and facilitate the views and experiences of children, young people and families we work with across Scotland, to inform Aberlour’s policy and campaigning work, as well as ensure those views and experiences help shape and influence the design and delivery of services and wider organisational developments.

You will have an awareness of the current Scottish political system and social policy relating to children, young people and families. You will ideally have experience working in one or more of the following areas: youth work; working with children and young people with disabilities or additional needs; working with care experienced children and young people; working with children and young people who have experienced adversity or trauma. You may yourself be care experienced. You will have a track record in planning and facilitating direct consultation and engagement with children and young people.

You will have the ability to think creatively, network successfully, form positive relationships and work in collaboration with others.

This half-time post working 18.75 hours per week will work on a flexible basis meeting the post holder’s availability and the needs of those being consulted with. We would very much welcome applications from those with care experience. At Aberlour we pride ourselves on being a fully inclusive organisation and so we actively encourage applications from the LGBT, BAME, disability communities.

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Young People's Worker Disability - Care at Home service

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,728
  • Aberdeen
  • Closing 12th October 2020

Aberlour Options Aberdeen provides a variety of services throughout Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire supporting people with a range of complex and profound disabilities including learning, physical and life limiting conditions and complex communication difficulties. Working in partnership with Aberdeen City Council and Grampian Autistic Society, we are developing a new service to expand our existing provision to provide a Hub which offers care at home, community and residential short-breaks and an exciting, tailored programme of activities and support for children with disabilities and their families.

Our new centre, due to open in November/December 2020, will provide children the chance to have new experiences and make new friends while giving their parents the vital opportunity to recharge their batteries. We will use our bases in Bucksburn and Garthdee to offer community-based outreach services, residential short breaks, while also providing care at home services.

“Aberlour Options Aberdeen for us has been a godsend. Our lives have changed at home. They listen to your views and try and help with whatever is the problem.” Parent

We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated and caring individuals to join our Care at Home Team, working directly with children and young people with complex, multiple and profound disabilities and their families within their own homes. You will contribute to the development of care and support plans, working in an outcomes focused manner to ensure that children, young people and their families get the most out of their service. You will work closely with internal and external colleagues in a multi-agency approach to ensure that the holistic needs of children, young people and families are central to service provision.

You will have experience of working in a community or residential setting, ideally supporting children, young people or adults with complex disabilities and associated health needs. You will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council under the Care at Home register.

You will demonstrate confidence in your approach and have a good understanding of the complex and challenging circumstances that may arise for vulnerable children. You will display patience and empathy in your daily interactions and be reflective in your practice.

What we will offer you:

Excellent development and training opportunities to enable you to grow and develop your skills.

A fantastic opportunity to develop and plan fun and positive activities for children and young people. Continual support working as part of a small highly motivated team.

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Seasons for Growth - Education Support Worker

  • Part time
  • £21,769 pro-rata
  • Perth
  • Closing 19th October 2020

We are looking for a Seasons for Growth Education Support Worker, to work with children who have been particularly adversely affected by the impacts of the Covid-19 virus. This post is offered on a one-year fixed term contract, working 22.5 hours per week during term time. Many of the most vulnerable children in Tayside have lost the secure base provided by attending education, as well as being cut off from positive attachments within their wider family network, school life, and community connections such as attending clubs and outdoor activities. These children are experiencing heightened anxieties including fear of catching the virus, being separated from friends and family and having extended periods of time at home, particularly when housing is poor and/or there is no space for outdoor play.

You will work with children delivering Seasons for Growth programmes which provide an opportunity for them to share their thoughts and feelings within a supportive peer group setting. The programme is designed to support children and young people affected by change, loss and grief. Since its launch in 1996 the programme has helped over 40,000 children, young people and adults. Its vision is ‘A health society where grief and loss are recognised as part of life and appropriate support is available for all.’ We already successfully provide this programme to four schools in Dundee. Children benefiting from our support have told us:

“I know who I can go to for help now, before I just wouldn’t have asked.”

“Change is OK and so is being sad.”

“It helps you feel included”.

You will be skilled in engaging with children, young people and families. You will undertake Seasons for Growth training and then; support relevant school staff to identify children to participate in the programme; build relationships with teachers and other education school staff; and liaise with others involved in the care of the children/young people. You will also be required to provide evaluation reports to each school after completion of each Seasons for Growth programme.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document included with this advert on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

If you would like more information or wish to discuss this post, please contact Tracey Dammer, Service Manager on 07528 970557 for an informal conversation.

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Community Support Practitioner

  • Full time
  • £22,857
  • Perth
  • Closing 19th October 2020

Many vulnerable children and young people are unable to be supported sufficiently within their own homes and communities. However, by intervening early with person centred approaches we can support children and young people to remain at home rather than moving into residential care.

We are looking for someone to join our team in Perth, who is passionate about supporting children and young people to secure the best possible outcomes as they live and grow within their communities. Our aim is to ensure that children, young people and families are supported to build on their strengths, assets and interests to develop enduring capacity and resilience. We also aim to support local professional stakeholders and communities to coproduce solutions.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed and, working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. You will bring a fresh and collaborative approach and, in discussion with the manager, be willing to try new approaches to ensure strong and trusting relationships are developed with families and stakeholders. You should be dynamic and creative and be able to deliver flexible, person-centred services to vulnerable children and families in a way which can be playful, warm, accepting, curious, tenacious and empathetic.

You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues. Experience of working with children with additional support needs would be desirable but is not essential.

Working in a variety of settings including the service base, family homes, schools and community settings, you will work either individually or with groups of children, young people and parents / carers using an asset-based approach to build capacity and resilience.

As well as being involved in planning, designing and delivering appropriate work you will also assist in assessing and evaluating the services, maintain accurate records and contribute to reports.

A key part of the service is to be able to provide support whenever it is needed including at weekends, during the evening and on public holidays. There is a need to be adept at managing time, balancing the needs of children and families with the administrative elements of the role.

Please see the ‘Person Specification’ document included with this advert on our website for further details on preferred qualifications and experience.

If you would like more information or wish to discuss this post, please contact Tracey Dammer, Service Manager on 07528 970557 for an informal conversation.

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Community Support Practitioner

  • Part time
  • £22,857 pro-rata
  • Sustain North Ayrshire
  • Closing 19th October 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust are launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain- North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

We are looking to recruit a part time Community Support Practitioner, working 22.5 hours per week. These posts are funded for two years. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about supporting families and communities, flexible and share our vision that collaborative working and relationship based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

Not afraid to test new ways of working, you will bring a fresh, caring and collaborative approach which responds empathically to the needs of the families – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children and young people.

You will work within a variety of locations in Kilwinning, including family homes, schools and community settings.

As an Aberlour employee you will;

- be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

- receive continual personalised support

- have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation

- receive excellent annual leave entitlement

- have access to our group pension scheme

- have access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Child and Family Worker (Glasgow Family Support Service)

  • Full time
  • £22,857
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 22nd October 2020

The Bridges Partnership is jointly provided by Aberlour Glasgow Family Support Service and Shelter Scotland to provide support to mothers and their children living in the North West and South of Glasgow areas who are or have been affected by domestic abuse.

We are looking for a Child and Family Worker to join our team, working 37.5 hours per week. As this post includes an unsocial hour’s allowance, you are required to be flexible with your approach and available to work weekends, evenings and public holiday to meet the needs of the families you would support. This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st March 2021, although it is anticipated that we will get further funding.

As a Child and Family Worker within our Bridges Partnership project you will;

  • Undertake risk assessment and work to develop safety plans
  • Advocate in statutory meetings, court settings and with other agencies on behalf of women and children who have or are experiencing domestic abuse.
  • Using the safe and together model, you will develop reports to be used in courts in relation to civil and criminal proceedings.
  • Work in partnership with the parents, either on a 1:1 basis or in groups to enhance their parenting skills and build their confidence
  • Work with children and parents in a therapeutic and trauma-based approach to help them reach their full potential.
  • Provide housing information and assistance
  • Inform women and children of their rights
  • Signposting and helping each mother to access additional services as needed.

You will have relevant experience and a sound knowledge of domestic abuse and the impact on the children and adult survivor and relevant theory in attachment and parenting. You should be able to demonstrate an understanding and commitment to women and children’s rights. You will hold a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above. It is desired that you are IDDA trained or are willing to work towards this.

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Digital Designer

  • Full time
  • £35,064
  • Based in Stirling/Glasgow/Home with some travel across Scotland
  • Closing 25th October 2020

Are you interested in joining Scotland’s leading children’s charity to support our Transformation Programme? If so, we are looking for an ambitious Digital Designer to play a central role in the redesign of our services and development of new innovative solutions, products and resources. We are looking for someone with real passion for digital design and UX/UI for improving the lives of some of Scotland’s most vulnerable children and families.

This is an exciting position where you can make a real difference to the charity and people’s lives.

ABOUT ABERLOUR

Aberlour supports children, young people and families to give them the best chance to flourish, and we’ve been doing it for over 140 years. We work with families, listening to them, to make sure they get the help they need and want, so we don’t take a ‘one size fits all’ approach.

We are progressive in our approach to work and we encourage and support our staff to be innovative and proactive in improving what we do to get better outcomes for children.

We have an exciting few years ahead at Aberlour as we undertake our Transformation Programme which will transform both the way we work and how we deliver services to the children, young people and families that we support. We’ve won a significant grant from the National Lottery Community Fund Digital Fund that’s going to help us do this.

Our service users are already at the heart of everything we do, and we want them to actively participate in designing our services. Using digital innovation as an enabler we want to ensure that they can access the support they need how and when they want it. We want to find new, more responsive and more effective ways of reaching children and families that need help early, before they are at crisis point. We’re also going to streamline our internal process and make sure that our staff have the right tools to be able to do their job in as efficient a way as possible.

THE ROLE

Aberlour is looking for a user-centred, creative and driven Digital Designer to join us and play a central role in projects with a focus on creating intuitive, inclusive and accessible solutions and resources. These could be anything from storyboards that illustrate design ideas to web-based sites or resources to mobile/tablet apps.

You should have a demonstrable portfolio of user-centred, responsive and well-researched design work.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING

Aberlour is a diverse organisation with many different types of service. It is likely that every day will be different, and you’ll get to interact with a lot of different people. However, a typical week for our Digital Designer might include:

  • Collaborating with staff or services users to create intuitive and impactful user experiences.
  • Spending time analysing end user insights and creating storyboards, process flows or wireframes to illustrate design ideas.
  • Planning and facilitating workshops and design sprints that will help you collaborate with staff and/or service users to create solutions together.
  • Communicating digital design concepts to a wide variety of stakeholders.
  • Creating live websites and apps with off-the-shelf tools such as WordPress, Appery.io and Mobile Roadie.
  • Prototyping digital solutions or resources and testing them with end users.
  • Iterating digital solutions or resources based on feedback and insight gathered.

ABOUT YOU

We’re looking for an experienced digital designer who is committed to using user-centred design to deliver a better experience and better outcomes for users. You must have:

  • a demonstrable portfolio of user-centred, responsive and well-researched design work,
  • experience of collaborating with others to create intuitive and impactful user experiences,
  • experience of effectively communicating design ideas using a variety of techniques e.g. product concepts, user journeys, system maps or wireframes,
  • experience of participating in and facilitating design workshops with different stakeholders,
  • experience of interpreting user research into user stories and design solutions,
  • the ability to create contextually appropriate prototypes e.g. paper, product design platform (e.g. InVision or HTML),
  • the ability to create live website and apps with off-the-shelf tools,
  • experience of conducting and analysing usability tests.
  • excellent written, visual and verbal communication and presentations skills,
  • excellent interpersonal skills,
  • the ability to work with a complex and challenging set of stakeholders,
  • a creative, proactive approach to your work and able to work on your own initiative,
  • a ‘can do’ attitude.
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Young People’s Worker - Options Borders

  • Full time or Part time
  • £23,728
  • Galashiels
  • Closing 28th October 2020

We are looking to recruit energetic Young People’s Workers who are reliable and committed to ensuring young people with complex needs and their families get the break they need. Our staff need to be compassionate about supporting young people to experience new things and creative around problem solving and prioritising.

Whilst not without its challenges and demands, this is a highly rewarding role, where we aim to provide the highest level of physical, personal, and emotional care to support children in their daily living and within the local community.

Every day the joys and challenges are different and a balancing act between working directly with the young people and updating paperwork to ensure their safety, good practice and recording

“I was employed to work with Aberlour’s play scheme 16 years ago and had such a wonderful summer that I remained on the relief pool and then gained a contract shortly after. I cannot put into words how rewarding this job is. Watching the young people grow, change and experience new things is great”

We have various positions available:

- 16 hours per week for 42 weeks of the year and 35 hours per week for 10 weeks of the year. These posts are offered on a fixed term basis for 1 year. You will be required to work these hours as part of a residential shift rota which can include evenings, nights, weekends and public holidays. (2 Posts)

- 12 hours per week- These hours will be worked Sunday – Wednesday in the evenings. It is expected that these shifts will be either 5pm – 10pm or 4pm – 10pm. These posts are offered on a fixed term basis for a period of 3 months. (2 Posts).

- Relief Young People’s Worker- This work is offered on a casual, hourly paid basis to provide cover during staff absence and/or particularly busy periods. Availability should be specified on your application form. These are paid at £11.16 per hour.

There will be a requirement to do sleepover shifts with both these contracts. These will be paid at £40 per sleepover.

Ideally candidates will have social care experience, understanding of autism, complex needs and mental health and have the relevant qualifications or willing to work towards these.

We have a strong reputation in supporting young people up to 18 with high levels of complex needs to have fun, experience new opportunities and socialise with other young people. This break away from family life allows parents and carers to spend time with siblings, time for themselves or a much-needed rest from their 24-hour caring role. Therefor a commitment to providing this is essential.

Why should I apply for this post?

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive:

• competitive hourly rates with an additional 9% for working unsociable hours,

• excellent annual leave entitlement

• access to our group pension scheme

• access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme

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Service Administrator

  • Part time
  • TBC
  • Aberlour Sustain Angus, based in Forfar
  • Closing 30th October 2020

Working in partnership with Angus Council, Aberlour Sustain Angus provides support to enable children, young people and their families that are on the ‘edge of care’ to stay together. Sustain offers a highly flexible, responsive service supporting families by offering the help and tools they need to prevent a child from being taken into care. The service enables families to be supported at whatever time they need it, every day of the year.

We are seeking an experienced Administrator to join this new team. Your role is to support the team with general and financial administrative tasks, as well as being the first point of contact for enquiries via phone and email. You must be comfortable with financial information, including putting together spreadsheets. You will have administrative experience gained by working within a busy office or social care environment. You will be experienced working with Microsoft Office packages including Excel and be able to create spreadsheets and deal with numerical information. You will have excellent communication and organisational skills.

You will ideally have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or equivalent experience. Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed to working in a relationship-based culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. You will share our vision that collaborative working and relationship-based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

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Family Worker Disability

  • Part time
  • £23,728 pro-rata
  • Dundee
  • Closing 6th November 2020

Do you share our vision? Do you want to work in an organisation that really cares for the young people we work with?

Our Options Dundee Service works in partnership with families to offer tailored packages of support to help support families to stay together. The support we provide is based on the needs of the family and takes a variety of forms including supported morning and bedtime routines in the family homes, and 1:1 sessions with children and young people to support them to access the community and a variety of groups we run.

This specialised service offered by Aberlour Options Dundee enables children and young people to grow and develop - accessing their local area, broadening their experiences and not just meeting their needs but supporting them to flourish.

The families we work with find our service invaluable - “I don't know what I'd do without them. I trust them, my child trusts them - we both feel safe when they're in the house…They've changed my and my child’s life”.

We are looking to recruit a part time Family Worker, 30 hours per week, worked over 4 days. This contract is currently offered as fixed term for 12 months. Our service is staffed 7 days a week between 7.00am and 10.00pm and shifts of varying duration would be offered between these times. There may also occasionally be a need to provide additional supports out with these times.

We are looking for an energetic, creative and compassionate individual to join our friendly, supportive team. We value skills such as providing children and young people with a wide range of fun activities and experiences to enrich their lives as well as supporting families to actively participate in shaping and defining the support we offer.

You will provide needs-led, person-centred support to parents with a learning disability, or who have an autism spectrum condition with complex physical, learning and/or emotional needs, including support to their family and to families where a child has a disability. You will receive a planned and supported induction consisting of a varied training programme; including CALM training, Child Protection training and support to complete an SVQ3. You will be working alongside a highly motivated and skilled team to provide a personalised service for our young people.

You will hold, or be willing to work towards, a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 7 or above (for example, SVQ3 Care plus an HNC) together with relevant experience of working with children or young people. You must also be able to demonstrate awareness of the key elements of working with people affected by disability as well as an understanding of, and commitment to, young people’s rights.

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Child and Family Worker - Aberlour Intensive Family Support Service

  • Full time
  • up to £18,285
  • Based in Stranraer
  • Closing 9th November 2020

Our service supports families in the Dumfries and Galloway area who are struggling to cope. The families we work with may have a wide range of issues, which include drug and alcohol use within the family. As a Child and Family worker you would work directly with the whole family in various settings, such as their own homes, our dedicated base and other community locations. COVID-19 precautions are currently in place within the service.

You would become the trusted person that they could talk about what they are going through at home whilst undertaking assessments to identify what support we can provide. You would work with the children and the family offering practical help, in the community, family home, liaising with partner agencies, schools and nurseries. Participate and lead our homework and other group work sessions. Attending meetings, children hearings, meetings school when necessary. You would help establish routines and build life skills with families. In addition to this we offer regular group sessions which help build parenting skills and their confidence.

We are looking for someone to join our friendly and supportive team. You should have a sound knowledge of child development and be able to work with parents either individually or in groups to develop their parenting skills & confidence.

We are looking for a Child and Family Worker who will be working 30 hours per week with the potential to be worked flexibly, evening/weekend work may be required dependant on the service need. An allowance is incorporated in the salary to support this requirement. This post is offered on a fixed term basis until 31st March 2021, however we hopeful that extended funding will allow us to continue this post for a further 2 years.

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Prison Link Family Worker - Families2gether (Stranraer)

  • Full time
  • £18,285
  • Based in Stranraer
  • Closing 9th November 2020

Our service aims to take a whole family approach to achieving the sustainable reintegration of prisoners and their families. Posts will be dual located within Dumfries Prison and the service base in Stranraer. COVID-19 precautions are currently in place when working with families. The service is targeted at short-term prisoners whose liberation/family address is located within Dumfries & Galloway area and who require additional support after suffering from substance misuse. The post holders will also support prisoners returning from Barlinnie or Kilmarnock prisons to the area, this part of the work may involve travel once a week or fortnightly

The post is for 30 hours per week with the potential to be worked flexibly over 4 or 5 days per week, evening/weekend work may be required dependant on the service need. An allowance is incorporated in the salary to support this requirement. As this is a pilot service the post is offered on a fixed term until 30th June 2022.

You will have experience of direct work with vulnerable families; undertaking assessments to identify needs; providing direct support within family homes and in the community and experience of interagency working. Knowledge of, or experience working with, the Scottish Prison Service or in criminal justice would be an advantage. You will have a sound knowledge of child development and be able to work with parents either individually or in groups to develop their parenting skills & confidence.

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Prison Link Family Worker - Families2gether (Dumfries)

  • Full time
  • up to £18,285
  • Based in Dumfries
  • Closing 9th November 2020

Our service aims to take a whole family approach to achieving the sustainable reintegration of prisoners and their families. Posts will be dual located within Dumfries Prison and the service base in Dumfries. COVID-19 precautions are currently in place when working with families. The service is targeted at short-term prisoners whose liberation/family address is located within Dumfries & Galloway and who require additional support after suffering from substance misuse. The post holders will also support prisoners returning from Barlinnie or Kilmarnock prisons to the area, this part of the work may involve travel once a week or fortnightly.

The post is for 30 hours per week with the potential to be worked flexibly over 4 or 5 days per week, evening/weekend work may be required dependant on the service need. An allowance is incorporated in the salary to support this requirement. As this is a pilot service the post is offered on a fixed term until 30th June 2022.

You will have experience of direct work with vulnerable families; undertaking assessments to identify needs; providing direct support within family homes and in the community and experience of interagency working. Knowledge of, or experience working with, the Scottish Prison Service or in criminal justice would be an advantage. You will have a sound knowledge of child development and be able to work with parents either individually or in groups to develop their parenting skills & confidence.

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Community Support Practitioner (Aberlour Sustain Perth)

  • Full time
  • £22,857
  • Perth
  • Closing 12th November 2020

Many vulnerable children and young people are unable to be supported sufficiently within their own homes and communities. However, by intervening early with person centred approaches we can support children and young people to remain at home rather than moving into residential care.

We are looking for someone to join our team in Perth, who is passionate about supporting children and young people to secure the best possible outcomes as they live and grow within their communities. Our aim is to ensure that children, young people and families are supported to build on their strengths, assets and interests to develop enduring capacity and resilience. We also aim to support local professional stakeholders and communities to coproduce solutions.

Applicants should be enthusiastic, energetic and committed and, working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge, you will share our vision that collaborative early intervention and engagement is the best option for children and families who are on the ‘edge of care’. You will bring a fresh and collaborative approach and, in discussion with the manager, be willing to try new approaches to ensure strong and trusting relationships are developed with families and stakeholders. You should be dynamic and creative and be able to deliver flexible, person-centred services to vulnerable children and families in a way which can be playful, warm, accepting, curious, tenacious and empathetic.

You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues. Experience of working with children with additional support needs would be desirable but is not essential.

Working in a variety of settings including the service base, family homes, schools and community settings, you will work either individually or with groups of children, young people and parents / carers using an asset-based approach to build capacity and resilience.

As well as being involved in planning, designing and delivering appropriate work you will also assist in assessing and evaluating the services, maintain accurate records and contribute to reports.

A key part of the service is to be able to provide support whenever it is needed including at weekends, during the evening and on public holidays. There is a need to be adept at managing time, balancing the needs of children and families with the administrative elements of the role.

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Community Support Practitioner (Sustain North Ayrshire)

  • Part time
  • £13,714 pro-rata
  • North Ayrshire
  • Closing 13th November 2020

Aberlour Child Care Trust is launching a new family wellbeing service, Aberlour Sustain North Ayrshire. This service will work alongside families, communities and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness Group to offer caring and responsive support to children and families. Something which is now needed more than ever as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. Aberlour Sustain- North Ayrshire will deliver the support families need, when they need it, every day of the year. The aim of the service is to ensure that children and young people can continue to flourish at home, at school and in their local community.

Our Family Wellbeing service will work through relationships, build on existing strengths and interests, help children and families build skills and confidence and encourage new community connections. Our aim is to help all families feel safe, confident, capable, and included. Our approach has been developed through consultation with local families and partners within the Kilwinning Wellness group.

We are looking to recruit a part time Community Support Practitioner, working 22.5 hours per week. This post is funded for two years. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about supporting families and communities, flexible and share our vision that collaborative working and relationship based early intervention is the best option for children and families who are feeling overwhelmed or excluded.

Not afraid to test new ways of working, you will bring a fresh, caring and collaborative approach which responds empathically to the needs of the families – this will include early mornings, evenings and weekends. You will have experience of direct practice within this field of work, including child/adult protection issues as well as having experience of working with children and young people.

You will work within a variety of locations in Kilwinning, including family homes, schools and community settings.

As an Aberlour employee you will;

  • be part of a highly motivated and skilled team
  • receive continual personalised support
  • have access to a well-developed training programme, including Person Centred Planning and Graphic Facilitation
  • receive excellent annual leave entitlement
  • have access to our group pension scheme
  • have access to the Aberlour Rewards retail discount scheme
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Perinatal Volunteer Support Coordinator (East Lothian)

  • Full time
  • £26,931
  • Macmerry, Tranent
  • Closing 20th November 2020

Funded by the Big Lottery our Perinatal Befriending Support Service is based within the East Lothian area. Our services aim to help mums who are struggling with anxiety and depression during pregnancy and after their baby is born. Our befrienders are there for the mums while they are pregnant and up to the baby is aged one. This befriending relationship helps mum, her partner and immediate family and, as a result, we aim to improve parents' mental health, reduce social isolation and promote healthy attachments between baby and parents.

You will help to develop and implement the principles of the Perinatal Befriending Support Service to provide an early intervention, low intensity service for those with low level (mild to moderate) diagnosed mental health issues or who are at risk of developing mental health issues in the perinatal period.

Our current vacancy is based in Macmerry, Tranent, working 37.5 hours per week. This post is currently funded until 30th September 2021, however we are hopeful that we will be able to secure further funding. Working hours are flexible and will be in line with the needs of the service. Service delivery could be out with normal working hours and may include mornings, evenings and weekends. A 5% unsocial allowance is paid for this. You will work closely with referrers and families to identify and assess the required support. You will recruit, train and support appropriate volunteers to be matched with parents in providing befriending support.

Ideally you will have local knowledge of the area and services available to families. You will have a relevant qualification at SCQF level 8 or have equivalent knowledge acquired by other means. You will have experience of working with children and vulnerable families and be able to demonstrate an understanding of how mental health issues can affect relationships in a family setting and the impact during the perinatal stage. Experience of Volunteer Management would be desirable.

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Assistant Service Manager (Dundee Services)

  • Part time
  • £29,889 pro-rata
  • Dundee
  • Closing 23rd November 2020

We are seeking to recruit an Assistant Service Manager to work 30 hours per week for a 12 month fixed term period. As part of the management team you will work alongside the Service Manager and existing Assistant Service Manager to assist in developing our services in Dundee and to deliver excellent services to children and families.

You will be responsible for co-ordinating and managing referral procedures including allocating key workers to individual cases. Our person-centred approach ensures that we secure the best outcomes for the children and families we support. The role involves supporting delivery of excellent services to meet complex needs where behaviour can be challenging. You will ensure that parenting support is delivered in line with best practice.

The work is delivered in a range of settings including in community venues and you will be responsible for arranging off site venues.

The successful candidate must be comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge. As such you will have the ability to provide an excellent role model for the children, young people and families.

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Service Manager (Residential Childcare)

  • Full time
  • £37,518 – £40,418
  • Sycamore Services, Tayside
  • Closing 23rd November 2020

We are looking for someone who can create a loving, safe and fun home environment for children – could that be you? Come and be part of our exciting new service in Auchterhouse, leading a team of Residential Workers, championing our work to create safe, nurturing, loving care that achieves the best outcomes for the children and young people who live with us. We are proud of our record in providing our young people with the care and support they need to make positive progress and life choices that enable them to fulfil their potential.

When children tell us about what they want to experience where they live, they talk about feeling safe about adults who know, understand and love them and who they trust. They tell us they want to be cared for by adults who can have fun, be silly, help them learn and grow and share memories and experiences with them. Can you be that Loving Professional, develop a team and create an environment where children experience this?

We believe that residential child care works, and that what we do provides individuals with a rewarding experience. The care experience of our children, therefore, is our first consideration. We are looking for a Service Manager who will enthuse their team, have strong values and be able to be an exceptional role model to colleagues and young people alike.

Aberlour’s values are core to everything we do and so you must comfortable working in a culture based on respect, integrity, innovation and the ability to challenge your own and others’ practice.

As part of a vibrant Extended Sycamore Services Management Team you will be in a unique and influential position to ensure that the children we look after achieve positive outcomes, while living in Sycamore Services. You will have, and be able to nurture leadership skills, be an excellent communicator and recognise the importance of the use of self in your day to day interactions with people.

We want to recruit a manager who matches and our commitment to life-long learning, for themselves, our staff and children. You must be an effective contributor to our vision with unwavering commitment to the work to enable you to deal positively with the challenges and opportunities that distressed children can bring to their care experience. You will have access to guidance and support but will be expected to advise on, resolve or refer any significant issues. You will have a high level of autonomy in delivering the service. If you want to know more, please contact John Ryan on 07854 958096 for an informal conversation.

This post requires you to register with the Scottish Social Services Council as a Manager of a Residential Child Care Service. You will have a relevant professional qualification at SCQF level 9 or above, plus a management qualification at SCQF level 8 or above or be willing to work towards these qualifications.

This role requires the successful candidates to manage their time in a way which balances the need to meet the administrative and management requirements of the role. The post holder must work flexibly to meet the needs of the service, which will include evening and weekend work. On occasion the successful candidate may also have to sleep over and participate in the wider Sycamore on-call rota.

The selection consists of a three-stage process over a two-week period, with continuance to the next stage in the process enabled only by successful completion of each stage:

Stage 1: Task/activity involving interaction/engagement with young people

Stage 2: Screening panel interview to assess qualifications, knowledge and experience relevant to the role and opportunity for interaction with Sycamore Managers

Stage 3: panel interview/task focusing on values and how these inform your work

As an Aberlour employee, you will receive

receive a gradual and supported induction,

be part of a highly motivated and skilled team

receive continual personalised support

have access to a well-developed training programme, including Dyadic Development Practice Level 1 at the earliest opportunity for all residential managers

· competitive salary

· excellent annual leave entitlement

· access to our group pension scheme

· access to Cyclescheme and retail discount scheme.

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