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Ref no:
307834
Published:
24/11/2022
Closes:
1/12/2022
Location:
Fife, KY8
Rate:
£10.50 - £11.77 per hour
Contract Type:
Permanent & Temporary & Casual
Position Type:
Casual/Relief
Hours:
30 hours per week

This position has expired.

About Us

Kingdom Support and Care CIC (KSC) is a Community Interest Company, a private company limited by shares and a wholly owned subsidiary of Kingdom Housing Association (KHA). We are accredited Gold in Investors in People and a Living Wage Scotland employer.

KSC supports over 300 people throughout Fife and Falkirk, providing high quality and personalised support and care designed to meet individual needs and desired outcomes.

We provide support to people with a range of needs in their own homes, including those with: learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), complex needs, mental health issues, age related needs, homelessness, drug and alcohol addictions.

The support and care provided by KSC is flexible, responsive and person centered support which assists people to live their lives as they wish and to enable them to meet their desired outcomes.

About the Role

In this role, you will be an integral member of the support team contributing to and ensuring the high quality of care and support for individuals within the Fife and Falkirk areas. We provide services within but not limited to; Cupar, Glenrothes, Dunfermline, Rosyth, Cairneyhill, Falkirk, Dunipace, Grangemouth and Falkirk.

Within our services we provide support to a range of individuals who live either in their own homes and/or with family. The individuals we support have a varying degree of needs which means each working day will be different. The needs of some of our supported individual can include but is not limited to; support with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, Autistic Spectrum Conditions or a combination of these. Whilst the role can be challenging due to these complex needs, it offers excellent job satisfaction due to the value of the support you provide. Our role is to support and develop these individuals to allow them to live as independently as possible within the community.

The service and support we provide is person centred support which is co-produced with the individuals ensuring their needs, choices, goals and aspirations are valued. 

As a Bank member of staff you are able to choose the hours/shifts and weeks that suit you.

About You

We are looking for upbeat, confident and energetic individuals who have the desire, drive and motivation to support people to live their best life. You will have a good work ethic with sound professional values as well as being open minded and creative. 

You will provide direct support helping people manage their day to day living as well as support individuals to participate in activities; energy and initiative is vital in keeping up with the fast paced living of the individuals we support. Your role will include enabling people to feel empowered therefore it is essential that you have good communication skills and professional values.

Some services also provide 24/7 support therefore you are required to be flexible in your approach to work. Shift patterns consist of days, backshifts, sleepovers and waking nights. 

Requirements

  • A current driving licence, business insurance and the use of a car for work purposes are desirable however not essential in some services
  • This post is subject to a PVG Disclosure check. 
  • You will be required to register with the SSSC
  • Hours of work - as and when required