- EAST KILBRIDE, G74 4LY
- £21,294 per year
- Contract Type:
- Position Type:
- Full Time
- 39 hours per week
This position has expired.
Are you looking for a new career in Health and Social Care?
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland are currently recruiting for Wakened Nightshift Support Practitioners for our South Lanarkshire services in East Kilbride and Strathaven.
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:
-TRFS rewards scheme (which includes cash-back and discounts at a variety of high street and online retailers
-Continuous in-house training opportunities and chances to further your career in social care.
-Refer a Friend scheme- £150 reward for successfully referring a friend, family member or colleague.
-Free Membership of Glasgow Credit Union.
-HSF Health Care plan.
-Counselling & Life Works service
No previous experience in care is required as we provide full in-house training to all new staff members and will even pay for you to achieve your Health and Social Care Qualifications.
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland provides personalised and outcome-focused support to over 2800 individuals either in their own homes, shared accommodation or care home environments across Scotland, making us the country`s largest provider of social care. We support individuals with a variety of different needs such as physical and/or learning disabilities, mental health, alcohol or substance abuse and autism.
We can offer either Full-Time 36 hour contracts. Please note that this post is for waken night shifts and shifts are offered on a pattern basis which may include weekends and public holidays.
Apply by following the link to our website!
Closing Date: 27th July 2022 (We reserve the right to close this vacancy at any time)
PVG checks will be required of all successful applicants; having a conviction will not necessarily debar you from working in this sector.
As part of our compliance checks, all candidates will be asked, if successful, to undergo a risk assessment based on underlying conditions due to Covid-19.
All new staff members will be required to register with the SSSC within 6 months of their start date.