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Vacancy details

Your first steps in a career in Social Care

Job title:            Full-time or two Part-time Night Support Workers – Reference   BO/NS/S7/FT/0720/1    

District:            Bournemouth Dorset

Wage:                Salary of £8.72 per hour for working shifts on a six week rolling program.  The position is for a full-time 11 night shifts and 4 day shifts per six weeks.  A generous pension contribution is offered after probation is completed.  

Hours:               16.45 to 09.15 for night shifts and 08.45 to 17.15 for day shifts.  The night shift is not a waking position although in exceptional circumstances this may be necessary to support our clients.

Duration:          Permanent

Details:             The ideal candidate will have or be working towards NVQ level 2/3 in Social Care or equivalent and have experience of a residential care setting.   Some knowledge of administering medication and good computer literacy would be advantageous. We offer both line management and group supervision.

You will also be joining a team dedicated to helping people recover from past or present substance misuse.  You will be based within a Residential Treatment Centre in Bournemouth.

Main duties will include supporting the service users and dispensing medication.

Successful applicants are required to provide an enhanced disclosure; disclosure expense will be met by employer.  This vacancy is covered by the working time regulations.  For advice on this regulation call ACAS or download “Your guide to the working time regulations” from the BERR website, “Your guide to the working time regulations: sections 1 – 4.”

Closing date:    23rd July 2020

Email enquiries to Angie Howson-Green at angie.hg@streetscene.org.uk quoting BO/NS/S7/FT/0720/1

 

Vacancy details

Your first steps in a career in Social Care

 

Job title:           Two Part-time Night Support Workers – Reference FR/NS/S7/FT/07/20/2

             

District:             Southampton, Hants

Wage:                Salary of £8.72 per hour for working shifts on a six week rolling program.  The position is for two part- time positions of six nights and three days per six weeks.  A generous pension contribution is offered after probation is completed.  

Hours:               16.45 to 09.15 for night shifts and 08.45 to 17.15 for day shifts.  The night shift is not a waking position although in exceptional circumstances this may be necessary to support our clients.

 

Duration:          Permanent

Details:             The ideal candidate will have or be working towards NVQ level 2/3 in Social Care or equivalent and have experience of a residential care setting.   Some knowledge of administering medication and good computer literacy would be advantageous. We offer both line management and group supervision.

 

You will also be joining a team dedicated to helping people recover from past

or present substance misuse.  You will be based within a Residential Treatment Centre in Southampton.

 

                          Main duties will include supporting the service users and dispensing medication.

Successful applicants are required to provide an enhanced disclosure; disclosure expense will be met by employer.  This vacancy is covered by the working time regulations.  For advice on this regulation call ACAS or download “Your guide to the working time regulations” from the BERR website, “Your guide to the working time regulations: sections 1 – 4.”

Closing date:    23rd July 2020

Email enquiries to Angie Howson-Green at angie.hg@streetscene.org.uk quoting FR/NS/S7/FT/07/20/2

 

No Agencies please.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive, regrettably we are only able to respond to candidates who meet our requirements.

StreetScene is an Equal Opportunities employer and we welcome people from all minority groups. We always work to the principles of fairness, values and equality of opportunity in all our recruitment processes.

Reasonable adjustments

If you consider yourself to have a disability or require reasonable adjustment during the recruitment process or within the workplace, please highlight this at the earliest opportunity by contacting us and informing us of your support requirements.