A truly supportive career - supportive environment, great training and development opportunities.
For us, care isn t just about helping people get by. It s about making people s lives fuller, more rewarding and more worthwhile. And that includes yours. Because while you support your team looking after our residents we ll support you.
You ll provide practical support, through managing personal plans and administering medication, but you ll also be helping us achieve the highest professional standards of social care by carrying out quality audits and key working. But this is also a role for a leader. As such, you ll allocate work, organise rotas and be responsible for the performance management, training and development of your team. You will also be called on to step in when the Service Manager or their deputy has to step out.
But we will be here for you too, with an open door and open ears. And we won t just listen, we ll help you do the best job possible. There s always training on offer, as well as opportunities for professional qualifications. So, whilst you ll need care sector experience and a relevant SVQ level 3 to join us, you can soon look forward to adding to both.
Whatever your path, you ll find a role that s rewarding in every sense. Because we re Scotland s largest voluntary social care charity, with more than 1,600 people working across 60 services around the country, this role could just be the start. As well as a competitive salary, you ll earn a package including a generous pension, health benefits, paid holiday and a range of leisure discounts.
So, if you re looking for a supportive career, we re looking for you.
£124.07 - £128.16 per night
To find out more, or to apply, please visit careers or email to arrange an informal chat.
For a full candidate information pack please see attached - Senior Care Worker Candidate Pack.pdf Personal
As we do our work in Christ s name the job you have applied for requires you to have a Christian faith and be able to work within and uphold our Christian Ethos. This is an Occupational Requirement under Part 1 of Schedule 9 to the Equality Act 2010.
This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.
This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards and criteria for registration.