Carr Gomm
Carr Gomm

Charity registered in Scotland SC033491

Carr Gomm is one of Scotland’s leading social care organisations. Everything we do is shaped by our core values of choice, control, interdependence, openness & honesty, and respect. We are a registered charity and not-for-profit company: we put people first.

Current vacancies

Support Practitioner – Stirling

  • Full time or Part time
  • £24,051 – £25,494
  • On site: Stirling
  • Closing 20th June 2024

Join Our Team in Stirling as a Support Practitioner

Car Driver & Access to a car is essential.

Step into James’ world of Scalextrics, spinning records and sharing laughs!

Since joining the Carr Gomm family, James has been on a journey of self-expression and discovery. Ever since childhood, he boarded in various institutions and didn’t always have the opportunity to voice his needs and wants, leaving him without control over his own life. In 2016, he embarked on an exciting new chapter by moving to a place of his own in Stirling. With the support from his dedicated team of Support Practitioners, James smoothly transitioned to his new home, unleashing a new spark on his personality.

“James is doing things both he and his family never thought would be possible.”

Securing his own tenancy has been a major milestone for James, bringing him pride and a sense of belonging in the community.

Now there’s nothing that James enjoys more than kicking back and listening to his favourite 80s tunes.

Do you want to make a difference for James and people like him in your local community? Become part of our team today!

About Us:

Carr Gomm is a leading social care and community development charity. Our Stirling Visiting Service in Forth Valley provides support to adults living with a variety of challenges in their own home. This includes Mental Ill-health, Learning Disability, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Sight Loss and more. We believe in a person-centered approach, recognising that each person we support has unique needs and goals. Our support is flexibility and varied, ensuring that each person receives the right support at the right time.

The Role

As a Support Practitioner, your role is all about empowering people to live their best possible life. This will involve a range of responsibilities from providing personal care, medication administration and developing support plans. With an impressive 5-star rating from the Care Inspectorate, we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of support. We strive for excellence in everything that we do, and our Support Practitioners play a vital role in maintaining these high standards.

  • A valid driving license and access to a vehicle essential.
  • SVQ 3 or equivalent qualification in social care preferred.

Please note: Your salary will depend on a relevant qualification and length of experience.