Are you passionate about young people getting the best care they need to thrive and flourish?
We are all ‘what we eat’, and we are looking for someone with the skills needed to support our care, housekeeping, catering and management teams to ensure that our catering offer is consistently excellent and that young people always experience a safe, healthy, attractive, welcoming and homely living and learning environment
GSC supports vulnerable children, young people and young adults. The GSC campus just outside Bishopton is set in fabulous grounds with a garden wildlife trail and outdoor sports facility. On-campus there are three secure care houses, a close support house & a semi-independent living cottage.
This is an exciting time to join Team GSC as the charity seeks to build on its strong reputation for relational based practice with new and ambitious strategic goals for the growth and development of our young people and our services.
We are seeking to appoint a caring, child-centred, hard-working and resilient individual with a motivation to be a positive role model and make a difference in the overall lives of vulnerable young people. If you have significant experience working in Residential Child Care, with a sound understanding of the needs of vulnerable young people, good analytical and reporting skills and an understanding of quality assurance processes, this new and exciting role at the GSC could appeal to you.
The Care Quality Lead is a key position promoting and upholding the vision and values of the GSC as a place of care, safety and learning through co-ordinating the support services provided for our young people living in Lyle, Kilpatrick, Nevis and Lomond Houses and Hillview Cottage. The role will include directly supporting, guiding and advising our housekeeping and kitchen teams, and working alongside Care Managers to promote a wellbeing focused approach to the catering offer, and the living and learning environments. You will also have a focus on lessening restrictive practices and you will be responsible for monitoring and reporting Data collected and recorded throughout the care houses with the aim of enhancing the care, protection, and nutrition provided for our young people.
The successful candidate should be fully registered with SSSC with supervisory responsibilities and have a sound understanding of record keeping, quality assurance and reporting within Residential Child Care.
To apply, please complete our standard application form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by the closing date.
For more information, please contact Louise Milliken, HR Manager on 01505-864500.
Closing Date for Applications: Noon on Friday 26th November 2021
Interview Dates: Monday 6th December 2021
All posts are exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and all convictions whether spent or unspent must be declared. A satisfactory Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) check and health screening will be undertaken prior to confirmation of employment.