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Support Worker

Location: St.Andrews, Fife
Vacancy Reference Number: 3553
Weekly Contracted Hours: 25.00
Salary: £17,745 - £18,110 per annum (part time pro rata)
Closing Date: 16 Jan 2019, 23:59

Are you stuck in a job you don't enjoy and desperate for a change?

Here at Cornerstone we recruit on values. It's not about what experience and qualifications you have, we're interested in what you as an individual will bring to our team. We have our own Training Academy who’ll support you by giving you all the skills and qualifications you'll need to be successful in your new role.

As 2019 promises to be one of our most exciting years yet, we're on the look out for part-time (25 hours) and relief/bank Support Workers to join our team in St. Andrews. Shift patterns for the 25 hour post would be 1 x 16 hours plus a sleepover per week plus enabling calls.

All we'll need you to bring is:-

* A caring and compassionate attitude.
* A customer focussed approach.
* Great communication skills.
* Professionalism.
* A creative drive to improve the lives of the individuals you support.
* Confidence in the use of technology.
* A full UK driving license.

As a Support Worker, we'll guarantee you heaps of job satisfaction. No two days are ever the same. You'll be supporting a lady living in St. Andrews with an interest in music, going for walks, the outdoors and visiting friends. With a focus on encouraging and maintaining independence and reducing social isolation we're looking for people who will have an enthusiastic and creative approach to accessing community resources and increasing social opportunities for her.

So if your New Years resolution is to find a job you'll love. Apply to #JoinOurTeam today! We'd love to hear from you.

#NewYearNewCareer

Successful candidates will be required to join the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme and be committed to working towards a SVQ in Social Services and Healthcare with the support from our Training Academy.

Cornerstone is changing the face of social care by introducing local self organised teams. This model is based on empowering colleagues in local communities to work in the best interests of the people we support. We are the first social care organisation in Scotland adopting this way of working and you can be part of this exciting journey.

If you'd like to find out more, please contact Lynne Beekie on 01383 626 722 or Lynne Beekie on 07584 210 233.