Support Practitioner
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland
Paisley, Scotland
6d ago

Why not join the Richmond Fellowship Scotland ,the biggest & best social care organisation to work for in Scotland ?

It s not just a job but a career and more importantly you will help supported individuals to live their best life possible.

Supported individuals are at the center of what we do so if you re looking for a role that can help make a real positive difference to someone as well as have some fun along the way, this role could be for you.

Our staff teams deliver high quality support across Scotland. We need caring kind and helpful individuals to join our growing team in your local community to help make a difference in people s lives.

Whether you have worked in social care before or not our award winning training and support will make sure you are ready for your new role.

We have Full time vacancies available in Paisley at our Queen Street Service and our Rowan Wynd Service. Both services provide a variety of care but mainly supporting service users who have Mental Health, physical & learning disabilities and complex needs care support.

Both services require full flexibility Monday-Sunday between the times of 7am-10pm. There are also sleepover shifts involved as well.

Not only will you get a rewarding career in social care by helping those support you can also enjoy some of the great benefits we offer :

Enhanced pension contributions

Generous annual leave

TRFS rewards scheme

Why wait? Apply today and let us welcome you to a rewarding and satisfying role in your local community.

Closing Date is the : 16 12 2020

We reserve the right to close the vacancy at any time.

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