Charity registered in Scotland SC035125
Partners for Inclusion (PFI) Group is a collection of small, autonomous person centred organisations specialising in providing individually tailored support for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs.
We have a caring, dynamic learning culture driven by a core set of values centred on inclusion and believe that people with support needs are more than capable of being active citizens in our society.
We support autonomy, work creatively and take risks wisely. We empower people we support and people who work for us and drive our organisation through a flat management structure.
This is a unique opportunity for the right person to join a well-regarded social care charity who provide highly individualised support to people who have needs relating to a learning disability, mental health needs or both.
We try to base our work on principals of upholding individuals’ human rights to self-determination. To assist this, we operate a unique system of Individual Services Funds which seeks for the individual and those closest to them have financial information to assist informed decision making. As such this requires a high level of attention to detail. You will embrace a ‘hands on approach’ where each team member including yourself will be able to take on any task within the Finance team.
As an Executive Director reporting directly to the Chief Executive and the Board of Trustees you will play a pivotal role in the development in strategy and governance of the organisation. You will have a proven track record in providing sound financial advice.
This can be a challenging role, to be successful you will need to be astute, insightful able to operate at both an operational and strategic level with a high level of integrity and openness.
If this sounds like you and you share our belief in the positive capacity of all people regardless of ability or disability to shape their own lives, then we would love to hear from you.
This post is subject to a Disclosure Scotland Check and a 6-month Probationary period.
The Partners for Inclusion Group are looking to recruit Support Practitioners across Ayrshire, East Renfrewshire, Renfrewshire and Glasgow areas. These posts are for a variety of hours from a few hours a week to full-time hours.
Our vision is for all our teams to be self-managing, which means keeping the decision making as close to the person supported.
We provide personalised high quality support by matching team members’ likes, needs, hobbies and interests which is bespoke to the person supported.
Experience of working in this area is desirable but sound values and a real interest in supporting people with learning disabilities / mental health / physical disabilities to have the life of their choosing is fundamental to what we do.
We encourage applications from people who have a real passion about enabling people to be all that they can be, regardless of their disability. Some of the other qualities that we look for in people are:
· Team Player
· Work on own initiative
· Good Listener
The role involves shift work including evening, weekends, sleepovers (where required) and public holidays. We provide a detailed induction programme and ongoing training for all employees.
In line with the Scottish Social Services Council you will be required to have or work towards an appropriate qualification and must register within 6 months of commencing employment with us. You will also be required to register with the PVG scheme.
Partners for Inclusion Group are a provider committed to offering truly person centred individualised support to people with learning and/or mental health disabilities in Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire. We design and deliver tailored services which allow people the freedom to live a life of their choosing and enjoy the benefits a small self-managed support team can provide.
Benefits of working with us include:
About the role:
Looking for a job where you can really see the difference you make in people’s lives? This is a great opportunity to join Partners for Inclusion’s Linking Lives team where you will help make a real positive difference in people’s lives. We have vacancies across East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire as well as Ayrshire so would be delighted to hear from applicants from all these areas.
The role is to provide direct support to people who live independently or with their family. This would involve:
● helping to develop greater independence
● emotional support
● support with personal care
● maintaining homes
● assisting people to develop friendships
● supporting people to access activities and play an active part in their community in a way that makes sense to them
● Supporting people in education and/or employment
The successful candidate will be:
Other benefits of this role are a competitive salary, excellent training and progression opportunities along with comprehensive employee benefits.