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Support Practitioner - Female Only (Tain)

  • Part time
  • £17,137 pro-rata
  • Tain
  • Closing 27th November 2018

  • Advertised from 7th November 2018
  • 1784


Start your day knowing you will make a difference!

The Richmond Fellowship Scotland is a leading voluntary organisation, supporting people with a broad range of needs to live in their own homes, as part of their community. We are an organisation driven by strong values and a firm commitment to choice, dignity and social inclusion. Although we support over 2800 people throughout Scotland, we are committed to delivering services that recognise people as individuals and treat them with dignity and respect; just like we would all want ourselves.

We are looking for 1 person to join our waken night staff team based in Tain, on a part-time basis.The Tain cluster service provides support to 6 women within their own homes.

There is 1 post - 3 nights 1 week, 2 nights the next available. You will be based in 1 house each night, and respond to assistive technology within the other properties in the cluster.

There is a rolling rota in place, and you will need to be able to fit into this pattern. This includes weekend work.

The shifts are from 9.45pm to 8.15am.

Waken night staff are also responsible for a number of domestic tasks that can only be completed overnight, and some administrative tasks. All of the ladies sleep relatively well, however on occasion will get up, and require you to provide direct support including personal care.

Should you like further information about this post then please do not hesitate to call the Tain office on 01862 893344 and speak to Caroline or Tom.

Application notes

Closing date: 27th November 2018.

To find out more and/or to apply, please see our website.

PVG checks will be required of all successful applicants; having a conviction will not necessarily debar you from working in this sector.

All new staff members will be required to register with the SSSC within 6 months of their start date.