Support Practitioner - Female Only

Recruiter
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
Location
Kilmarnock
Salary
£15,000 - £19,999
Posted
13 Mar 2019
Closes
18 Mar 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Would you like a fantastic new career in health and social care?

Why not start your day hoping to make a difference and end your day knowing you did

Here at The Richmond Fellowship Scotland we make a real difference in supporting people with their everyday lives. We have an exciting opportunity to support individuals with a variety of needs. .This could involve practical support with the person`s daily life, personal care or helping to promote a positive, active and healthy lifestyle. One day you may be supporting someone who requires assistance with all aspects of their care and the next day supporting someone to go to an activity such as swimming. The duties and tasks are based around the assessed needs of the individual and can vary greatly

At present we support 75 individuals and each person we support is unique so each support role will be different to the next, giving you the chance to really make a difference in that individuals life.

Not only will you get a great sense of achievement but in return you can expect fantastic career progression opportunities, award winning training and a positive enjoyable working environment.

Previous experience is great but a full training program is offered to everyone who joins The Richmond Fellowship Scotland, so even if this is a new career path for you, we would love to meet you.

What matters most is that you have the right values and the right attitude.

Please apply below and let The Richmond Fellowship Scotland work with you to progress your career and help provide the best possible care and support to the individuals we support.

Closing date: 31.03.19 or sooner if not applicants

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

Schedule 9 Part 1 (1)(1)(a) of the Equality Act 2010 applies to this post