Support for Ordinary Living
Support for Ordinary Living

Charity registered in Scotland SC027852

Support For Ordinary Living (SOL) is a non-profit organisation. We work for people with a variety of different support needs and disabilities to choose and create a life for themselves within their own homes and communities. We believe that life is worth living when the things that matter most are present in our lives. Love. Friendship. Family. Belonging. Freedom to direct the course of our own lives. Learning and growing. The opportunity to use our skills and do the things we are good at. We believe that’s what ordinary living is all about.

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Training Manager

  • Full time
  • Negotiable
  • Wishaw, Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire
  • Closing 30th August 2019

SOL have an exciting opportunity for someone who has the drive, determination and passion to develop others.

We are currently recruiting for a training manager who will be responsible for delivering and managing training as well as coaching and mentoring our staff to further their skills and learning in the social care sector.

As the Training Manager you will be responsible for all of the organisations training needs which will include:-

  • Delivering training – Mandatory and team/area specific
  • Sourcing specialized training
  • Ensuring that all staff have the required training to work
  • Coaching and mentor staff to develop skills, especially staff who are new to social care
  • Producing training statistics for the senior management team
  • Assist staff with areas of performance improvement


  • You would have already achieved your SQCF level 3 as a minimum, Train the Trainer or the Award in Education Training
  • Have knowledge of the Care Inspectorate and SSSC regulations
  • A genuine passion for delivering the highest standard of training.
This vacancy has now closed

Team Leader

  • Full time
  • £24,500
  • Wishaw
  • Closing 6th October 2019

Support for Ordinary Living (SOL) are currently recruiting for a Team Leader. The role holder will assist each person we support to identify their goals and work with them to achieve positive outcomes in their lives. The Team Leader will also work with various support teams to ensure we have a well-trained and motivated workforce and ensure their support teams are fully compliant with SOL's regulatory bodies. The successful candidate will also conduct out of hours on call duties on a rotational basis for your allocated area.

· Are you compassionate?

· Are you a good listener?

· Do you have leadership qualities?

· Are you flexible?

· Do you want to work for a values-led organisation?

· Do you believe people should be supported to choose and create a life for themselves within their own home and communities?

If so we have the position for you!

On top of this, you will also get to work with a tremendous team that will help you every step of the way!