Charity registered in Scotland SC038493
We are seeking an energetic and experienced Administrator who can provide efficient administrative support to our organization in all aspects including IT, human resources, finance, health and safety, and who would enjoy being part of a small, friendly organization. L’Arche Edinburgh support adults with learning disabilities with a wide range of needs in a mixture of small, shared houses and individual tenancies.
The successful candidate will be subject to a Standard Disclosure check.
L’Arche UK is part of an international federation of intentional communities where people with and without learning disabilities live together, working for a world where all belong.
We work hard to look after everyone in our community providing a programme of opportunities for professional and personal development including individual and team reflection, retreats and the full range of training that will equip you to be an excellent and professional worker in social care, including SVQ qualifications.
In a world that rewards success and winning, L'Arche communities are places where people can take time to explore who they are, not just what they can do. They are places of welcome where people are transformed by the experience of community, relationship, disability and difference.
“L’Arche houses are brilliantly eclectic and that is a large part of what makes working and living in them so much fun.”
Tom, L'Arche Assistant
For 28 years L'Arche has been providing high quality person centred care in Edinburgh, but we're far more than a service provider. We are a community of people with and without disabilities living, working and celebrating together. Our vision is a world where all belong.
We're looking for positive, responsible people who want to work as live-in assistants to help create a community that really tries to value people for who they are and what they can do.
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To be the first point of contact for l' Arche Edinburgh. To provide general administrative support to the organisation, including all IT issues. To provide administrative support in specific areas and in particular human resources, health and safety and finances.