Support Warden

  • Full time
  • £21,301
  • Inverclyde
  • Closing 3rd February 2023

  • Advertised from 20th January 2023
  • 37 hours per week. Permanent.


We are looking to recruit a Support Warden with strong communication skills to join our Supported Services Team. The Wardens currently provide person-centred support to tenants within our Sheltered Housing service located in Inverclyde.

The key objectives of this role are: Monitoring resident wellbeing and signposting to other services; Providing activities and encouraging resident participation; Follow the Health & Social Care Standards to ensure you provide a good standard of service to residents and safeguarding their wellbeing; and promoting independent living.

You will need excellent ICT skills as much of a Wardens job involves administration and using a laptop and/or tablet. A SVQ 2 in Health and Social Care and a Food Hygiene certificate is essential. You will require PVG membership and will become SSSC registered within 6 months.

Application notes

To apply please complete and return the application form and appendix 1 to before closing date of Friday 3rd February 2023 @12pm

Working at River Clyde Homes

As one of the largest social housing providers in Scotland, we are rooted in our local communities and focused on delivering excellent services to our customers.

A large majority of River Clyde Homes' staff are based in our neighbourhoods living our values every day and striving to assist our customers in any way they can.

When you work for us, you will enjoy a generous benefits package that includes flexible working arrangements and family-friendly policies that help achieve a work-life balance. River Clyde Homes support hybrid working, and whilst you will be based in Inverclyde, you may not necessarily need to be in the office on a full-time basis.

Having a diverse and inclusive workforce is a very important aspect at RCH alongside employee growth and development. This has been highlighted with the accreditations we have received in both Investors in People and Investors in Young People.

You can also expect:

  • 38 days paid holiday, inclusive of 5 fixed public holidays with the option to buy 5 more. This will increase to 41 days paid holidays after you have been for 5 years.
  • Eligibility to join the Scottish Housing Associations’ Pension Scheme (SHAPS) Defined Contribution scheme.
  • Life assurance scheme.
  • Health & wellbeing reward package through Westfield Health.
  • On-line employee discount scheme saving you money on holidays, bills and shopping through Westfield Rewards.
  • Paid time off for community volunteering (WIN days).