Registered Charity No: 1121062
Benefits for all staff include, full training and development opportunities, pension scheme and 28 days’ pro-rata paid holiday which increases to 33 days after 5 years service. We also pay double time for hours worked on a bank holiday and an enhanced rate is paid for short notice shift cover.
INDEPENDENT SUPPORTED LIVING VACANCIES
Dedicated to delivering excellent person centred services to people who live in their own homes. We have the following vacancies:
£8.21 per hour + sleepovers | Based: All areas
Full training and development opportunities given. Various hours available.
OUTREACH SERVICES VACANCIES
Working for shorter sessions to provide community access for service users and respite for families.
£8.21 per hour + mileage and expenses
Part-time including evenings and weekends
You will be required to work with Adults and Children
Details as above. We require casual support workers to work on an ‘as and when’ basis to cover sickness and holidays.
If you wish to apply for any of our posts you must complete an Application Form, a Health Questionnaire and a Recruitment Monitoring form. You can download these forms by clicking the links at the top righthand side of this page.
Job Descriptions and Person Specifications for the individual posts can be obtained by clicking on the post headings above.
If you do not have access to a printer to print these documents we can post an application pack out to you. Please contact the office on 0191 2859270.
All application documents should be returned to the Head Office address on our contact page.
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Salary Circa £25,000
Full Time Post - 37 Hours per week
Due to an internal re-structure, an exciting opportunity has arisen within the Coquet Trust for a Service Manager.
Responsible for the overall management of a designated portfolio of supported living services, the successful candidate will provide the Support Teams with appropriate management and effective leadership to enable our service users to achieve a good quality of life.
With a recognised qualification in care and ideally a relevant management qualification, applicants should have experience of managing and co-ordinating the work of others in supporting adults with learning disabilities, and also potentially their families.
With up-to-date knowledge of Every Child Matters and the National Care Standards you will also be conversant with the requirements and role of the CQC.
An Enhanced DBS check will be required. Car driver and access to a vehicle are desirable.
Application forms and other supporting information are available above or you can submit your CV to email@example.com
No Agencies please.
Please note that all short listed candidates will be required to deliver a five-minute presentation. The topic will be given well in advance of the day.