Cygnet Health Care was established in 1988. Since then we have developed a wide range of services for individuals with mental health needs and learning disabilities within the UK.
We have built a reputation for delivering pioneering services and outstanding outcomes for the people in our care.
Our expert and highly dedicated care team of 8800 employees empower 3000 individuals across 140 services to consistently make a positive difference to their lives, through service-
user focused care and rehabilitation.
We maintain a good relationship with our quality regulators and undergo regular inspections, with 85% of our services rated Good’ or Outstanding’.
We also operate an internal system of quality care, treatment and positive outcomes.
If you want to make a difference and ensure people can achieve their goals and get the most out of life, then please read on...
In this role your main focus would be to provide safe, sound and supportive care to the people you support. You will have working relationships with the nursing and multi-
disciplinary teams, and will play an important role in the lives of the people you support, as well as their families or loved ones.
As a key member of the support team, you may be required to contribute to service user multi-disciplinary meetings.
The support and care you provide will be respectful, dignified and caring, following each individual's person-centred care plan to promote choice and independence.
So what qualifications and attributes do you need?
If this sounds like you, we would love to welcome you to the team.
Some of the benefits of this role include :
If interested in applying, please forward your cv to jarrellhepburn cygnethealth.co.uk
All successful applicants will be required to become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) in respect of regulated work with protected adults and regulated work with children.
A PVG certificate contains all unspent and certain spent conviction information. It also contains any other non-conviction information that the police or other
government bodies think is relevant. Disclosure Scotland continually monitor PVG scheme members' records for vetting information including criminal convictions that may affect their suitability to work with vulnerable groups.