Oxton House is a 34 bed family-run Care Home in the southside of Glasgow.
We are currently looking for an experienced, professional and highly personable Home Manager to join Oxton House Care Home. The Home Manager will be passionate and experienced in delivering first class care; a proven manager who can confidently demonstrate effective leadership and management with a sound knowledge of care standards, Care Inspectorate regulations and care home legislation.
As Care Home Manager, you will be responsible for the day-to-day running of the home, ensuring it operates efficiently whilst delivering the highest quality and care standards.
Usual working hours will be weekday day shifts, with some flexibility for weekend working for quality monitoring, occasional on-call duties, etc. due to the seniority of the role.
The successful candidate will have the following experience, qualities and qualifications:
The successful candidate will be supported by the three Partners of Oxton House Care Home.
This post is funded by Glasgow HSCP to ensure that the voluntary / third sector in Glasgow is involved in the development of new ways of working to improve the health and wellbeing of Glasgow’s people. This will include understanding issues, designing and testing new approaches, building collaborations for change and evaluating impact. The post-holder will have a key role in building the relationship and developing understanding between the public and voluntary sector in the city.
The post-holder will have to manage a complex set of relationships and agendas. The public and voluntary sector share a strong desire to improve outcomes in the city but have different cultures and challenges. Success in this post will be measured by the extent to which health and social care services are designed and delivered collaboratively across agencies (regardless of sector) and with communities.
As a Children and Young People’s Support Worker you will provide preventative, crisis intervention and on-going support to children and young people who are directly or indirectly exposed to the issues of domestic abuse.
The job involves ensuring that a high standard of crisis intervention and casework support is provided to children and young people escaping, experiencing or requiring support with domestic abuse issues. This includes Women’s Aid South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire’s out-of-hours, group work and on call service provision.
Please refer to the job description and person specification for full details.
This is a temporary position for 2 months. It is a great opportunity to join our team in pursuing Women’s Aid South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire’s feminist philosophy and mission; ‘all women, children and young people are free from fear’
What is on offer for the Children and Young People’s Support Worker?
· Training and development
· 25 days annual leave per annum
· 12 public holidays per annum
· Access to the Employee Assistance Programme
· Discounted high street shopping vouchers
· 10% pension contribution
· Essential car users allowance plus mileage
We are looking for an enthusiastic individual with the right values to support our Project Manager to manage our service assisting and supporting vulnerable homeless people to achieve better lives.
This will be an exciting and challenging opportunity for the right candidate. You will be expected to manage and motivate a team of staff to provide meaningful support to service users and to ensure the security of the project. Your goal will be to ensure the delivery of a high quality support service that builds service user skills and to allow them to move out of homelessness.
You will be qualified to Registered Manager’s Award level or equivalent.
You will be able to demonstrate and evidence the following:
· A clear understanding and insight of individuals experiencing homelessness who present with often complex underlying support needs;
· Service user involvement and participation in enhancing service provision;
· Ensuring risks are managed operationally and strategically for staff, service users and visitors;
· Successful outcomes in similar support environments;
· An enhanced support culture and person centred support;
· Insight and initiative, with a proven track record of developing relationships with external parties and key stakeholders;
· Attributes in staff leadership and management;
· Clear organisational and time management skills.
The post will involve between 2 and 4 shifts per week. The rota will be flexible but will work out 5 days over 10 approximately, on an 8-week rota. Shifts will include early shift, back shift and 1 full weekend in 8.
If successful, you will be required to register with the Scottish Social Services Council within 6 months of your start date. After registration, there is a requirement to be qualified and to maintain professional learning.
You will be required to work on the rota, which will include back and weekend shifts, for part of the working week.
In return, we will offer you excellent learning and development opportunities, competitive annual leave entitlement, pension scheme, access to employee assistance programmes such as counselling, and life assurance.
Simon Community Scotland is the largest provider of homelessness services in Scotland,with a reputation for excellence. Everything we do is about and for people: the people we support, our staff, our partners and everyone affected by homelessness.
The Street Team Relief worker will provide positive practical and emotional support to people who are rough sleeping in Glasgow or at risk of rough sleeping. Working in pairs, they will engage with Rough Sleepers and Vulnerable People and support them to present for accommodation, engage with health and addiction services as well as other homeless
This role requires a degree of physical fitness as street staff actively outreach on foot across the city centre and surrounding areas. Essential protective clothing and footwear will be provided and must be used.
1. To help provide person-centered support to people who use the service.
2. To help maintain accurate records and case notes.
3. To ensure that services comply with standards set by SCS and meet the contractual
and/or regulatory requirements of relevant external agencies.
4. To contribute as an effective team member to the development of the activities of the
Could you be part of something different? We have an exciting opportunity for a motivated and enthusiastic individual to use their gifts, skills and experience to make a different to the lives of the people in our parishes and communities.
You will support Monifieth Parish Church of Scotland’s Minister, Kirk Session and Congregation to deliver pastoral care, ministry and mission to the congregation and parish.
CATH are looking to appoint a Service Co-ordinator who will contribute to the management, planning and delivery of a high level of support to our service users which promotes their independence, health and well-being, active citizenship and choice.
With a passion for getting the job done this new role offers you significant opportunities to showcase innovation and skills in inspiring, managing and guiding our front-line project staff teams.
Successful applicants will be able to demonstrate the following:
· Experience in using person centred planning techniques
· A proven record of delivering robust support services and risk assessments
· Excellent organisational skills and the ability to prioritise your workload whilst working under pressure
· Excellent communication and facilitation skills to encourage staff teams to take ownership and be accountable for the quality of support they deliver
· Extensive practical knowledge of work with disadvantaged people
· A relevant qualification in housing support, social care or appropriate allied discipline or a firm commitment to undertake a course of study to meet the timeline for SSSC registration requirements
If you feel you meet all our requirements, we would love to hear from you; joining CATH will provide you with an outstanding career opportunity with the ability to shape our future service provision.
Please note that this appointment will be subject to membership of the Disclosure Scotland PVG Scheme.
LAS is the primary provider of support for school age children with autism in Edinburgh and the Lothians. Our Holiday and Saturday Activity Programmes offer great opportunities for autistic children and young people to get together and socialise, learning through playing together how to cope with a very confusing world. We also offer shorter opportunities for young people to learn and grow through Basecamp and Basecamp2, Branch Out and our respite services. Alongside this their families get a much needed break from caring. The Society was founded by parents and our families remain at the core of our planning and thinking. Working with them to provide the best care possible for their children remains key to our success.
We are looking for someone to fill a key role in the Society. You will be responsible for overseeing a number of services, making sure they meet the needs of the children and young people who attend and their families and carers, and the expectations of commissioners, funders and regulatory bodies. You will be directly responsible for the delivery of an evening activity (Basecamp2 – one evening a week), a Saturday Activity Team (working on alternate Saturdays) and a Holiday Activity Programme during school breaks at Easter, summer and October. Operating under the guidance of the Care and Support Manager you will be responsible for making sure services run smoothly, efficiently and effectively.
You will need to have a good understanding of what it means to run services for vulnerable children, and a strong commitment to making life better for autistic children and young people and their families.
You will have the opportunity to join a small, dedicated and successful team and lead a great company of sessional workers across the Lothians. This is a great opportunity to play an important role in developing and delivering great services that are valued by children and young people, their families and their carers.
The Eric Liddell Centre (ELC) is a local care charity and community hub in the South West of Edinburgh delivering a range of services throughout the City. Founded in 1980 in memory of the 1924 Olympic 400m gold medallist, Eric Liddell, our mission is to be at the heart of the community, enhancing health and wellbeing and improving people’s lives.
The Senior Day Care Officer (SDCO) is an integral part of the day-to-day operations and care provision activities for people with a diagnosis of dementia or cognitive impairment. The SDCO supervises staff, volunteers and activities to ensure the highest quality of service is provided, as directed by the Day Care Manager (DCM). The SDCO will support the DCM in all activities related to the development of the day care service.
We are seeking to recruit a skilled and experienced Family Social Prescribing Practitioner to join our team in the Carers and Family Support Service.
With the knowledge and understanding of the impact of living within a family where someone is experiencing reduced psychological wellbeing, you will work with a wide range of people providing support using a range of therapeutic interventions. The post requires someone with experience of conducting assessments, creating and implementing support plans, while monitoring and supporting necessary changes quickly.