Are you passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives and about the opportunities that
Self-Directed Support brings to support each person’s individual journey?
Are you an experienced worker in health or social care, looking for an exciting and challenging personal development
Do you have excellent Leadership qualities and a willingness and appetite for your own learning and development?
If your answer to these questions is “YES”– you may be the person we are looking for!
Key is a leading social care organisation that provides high quality, flexible support, to people with disabilities,
some of whom have complex needs. We provide Self-Directed Support that has a clear focus on positive outcomes,
tailored to meet individual needs of the people we support.
We are seeking highly motivated, imaginative, and enthusiastic individuals, with a true commitment to
personalisation, to join our established, integrated management team in Glasgow.
In addition to providing some direct support to individuals, the successful candidates will lead and manage a small
team(s) of workers who provide personalised support to a number of individuals with a range support needs, gifts
and talents. As part of our established and supportive management team, you will take a lead role in planning,
co-ordinating and monitoring support to a number of people.
Our staff are our most important asset and as such we offer extensive training and development opportunities,
including support to obtain relevant SSSC recognised qualifications.
You will be part of a supportive, local team and will receive:
- 38 days annual leave, inclusive of public holidays
- Organisation sick pay
- Paid PVG
- Eligible to apply for a Blue Light Card/ Blue Light Ticket Schemes offering discounts and
- Registered with Concert for Carers
- Eligible to register for a Costco
- Credit Union Membership
- Cycle to Work Scheme
- Employee Assistance
- Pension Contributions
The post includes evening and weekend working as well as support to local managers and other workers out with normal