Community Integrated Care
Community Integrated Care

Charity registered in Scotland SC039671

Community Integrated Care (CIC) is one of the UK's largest health and social care charities. We work in the community, delivering life-enhancing support to people with a diverse range of care needs.

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Service Leader (Perthshire)

  • Full time
  • £24,000 – £26,000
  • Perthshire
  • Closing 18th January 2019

We have an exciting opportunity for a caring, compassionate and experienced Manager to join our team in Perthshire that currently provide care and support to a young lady living with a spinal injury in her own home.

The Service Leader will initially lead and manage a team of approximately 15 frontline staff working in a single site but will move on to manage multi sites and various staff teams in the area as a result of business growth.

They will report to the Regional Manager and will be responsible for the daily management of the service(s)and the staff team(s). They will be responsible for ensuring staff team(s) are suitably trained, well supported and supervised, having the tools to carry out their role to the best of their ability. They will also be responsible and accountable for the 24-hour management of the service(s), ensuring that all aspects of support and service delivery is person centred. This includes having involvement in the creation and auditing of care and support plans, risk assessments and other safe systems of work.

The successful candidate will have effective communication, leadership, coaching and mentoring skills. They will be responsible for working with both internal and external partners including our regulators, other healthcare professionals and family members. He or she will also be committed to person-centred planning, supporting positive risk taking and best practice for individual reviews.

The successful candidate will have a current SSSC or equivalent registration or the ability to be registered on taking up the post. Knowledge and experience of working with supported individuals with spinal injuries advantageous. A full driving licence and access to your own vehicle is essential.

This vacancy has now closed

Female Support Workers (Bridge of Earn)

  • Full time or Part time
  • Sessional
  • Bridge of Earn
  • Closing 1st February 2019

Start your day knowing you’ll make a difference.

Have you got a positive and fun nature?

Do you like animals and enjoy being around cats and dogs?

We’re looking for a dedicated team of caring and committed people to support a young lady with life-changing injuries live her life to the full. Based in Bridge of Earn, you’ll provide a highly individualised service, respecting the needs and wishes of this lady in her own home.

Putting the preferences of this lady at the heart of everything you do, you will support her to become more independent. In particular you should be a motivated person who can support this lady with all aspects of daily living, including intimate care tasks and moving and positioning. You will also provide social and emotional support, help with daily living tasks, help with looking after her pets and help her become physically stronger so that she can get out more and reach goals and aspirations towards a more active life.

Full Time, Part Time & Bank contracts available.Varied shift patterns to suit the needs and support requirements of the individual. This will include day, evening and overnight support.

You must be eligible to register with the SSSC. Any position offered will be subject to PVG check and suitable references.

*Section 7(2b) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 applies that there is a genuine occupational requirement for female staff for these positions.

About You

Having an upbeat positive manner is essential as well as having a genuine passion for supporting people to become a part of their local and wider community. You will bring creative ideas to encourage the young lady to live as independently as possible. It would be desirable that you have a good range of experience supporting people.

You will receive all person specific training necessary for this role and a comprehensive company induction, as well as the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge further to enhance a worthwhile and rewarding career in care. We offer a competitive hourly rate, development opportunities and discount schemes.

You must be eligible to register with the SSSC. Any position offered will be subject to PVG check and suitable references.

We provide a comprehensive induction and training programme.

Our ideal Support Worker will be:

  • Self-motivated with energy and drive
  • Reliable, friendly and caring to support the people we support to achieve their everyday goals (including personal care)
  • Able to support in house activities and hobbies
  • Confident and inspire the person we support to achieve more
  • Able to help manage some behaviours that may challenge the norm – we provide training and guidance to enable you to do this
  • Comfortable using basic IT systems that are required within the role - training can be offered to support this area

You will also have an appropriate Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) required qualification, as determined by your SSSC registration, or a willingness to work towards this.

It is also important that you share our company values which are at the heart of everything we do and ensure that we deliver high quality, consistent care and support.

Working for Us

In return, we offer you a rewarding role with the opportunity to develop your skills and future career in a rewarding and enriching environment.

We also offer the following;

Comprehensive induction and commitment to on going learning and development

Holiday purchase scheme (up to 5 days)

Contributory pension scheme

Retail discounts

Leisure savings

Holiday and travel discounts

Employee of the month and other recognition schemes

We will also pay for your PVG