Charity registered in Scotland SC022097
We are a growing organisation with an annual turnover of over £20 million and employ over 1110 people. Leading the field in support services for deafblind and disabled children and adults with communication support needs, we offer career and job opportunities at all levels. We value our staff and the people we support, and work in partnership with them to maintain our reputation as a well established and diverse organisation within the voluntary sector.
For 30 years Sense Scotland has been working with people who have communication support needs and believes everyone should have a choice in how they live their life. People we work with include those who have sensory impairment, deafblindness, autism, learning or physical disabilities and healthcare support needs.
Ardlui House in Helensburgh provides short breaks in a safe, fun and stimulating environment. The service caters for children and young people who have communication difficulties, complex health, physical or learning disabilities, sensory impairment and ASD. Breaks can range from 1 night to 2 weeks and will include activities planned to the young persons individual needs. The service is registered to support individuals from birth to 24 years old in age appropriate groups.
An new opportunity has arisen within our Children and Young Person’s service in Helensburgh for a Registered Manager. We are looking for flexible, creative individuals who are enthusiastic about supporting Children and Young People in a residential setting.
We are currently looking for a suitably qualified and experienced Registered Manager who is committed to ensuring that people using services enjoy the highest quality of support. The successful candidate will also be part of the organisation’s broader management team and will contribute to organisational and practice development. The successful candidate will be ambitious and self-motivated.
Sense Scotland has an extensive package of staff training and terms and conditions for staff to support them in their role.