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Assistant Service Co-ordinator (Learning Disabilities)

  • Full time
  • £26,635 – £29,459
  • On site: Angus (Based in Montrose)
  • Closing 4th July 2024


  • Advertised from 21st June 2024
  • Cost of living award pending. 37 Hours per week. Permanent.

Role

Use your skills in a career that cares

At Turning Point Scotland, we have opportunities for an Assistant Service Coordinator to help make a positive impact for people, encouraging them to fulfil their lives with exciting and fun activities, pursue their hobbies and passions & creating memorable experiences.

Embark on an emotionally rewarding journey and apply today!

About the role

This is an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Service Coordinator with Turning Point Scotland where no two days are the same!

As an Assistant Service Co-ordinator, you will work with individuals who have a wide range of support needs, providing them with practical and emotional support and encouraging them to achieve their own personal outcomes in all aspects of their daily lives e.g. keeping safe, meaningful activities, community involvement, physical health, relationships, emotional health and wellbeing.

About You

You will have a genuine commitment to use your skills to support people to live their best lives. You will be supported by an incredibly approachable management team, allowing you to expand on your existing knowledge whilst developing new skills. You will have flexibility to work on a rota.

We believe having the right values of respect, compassion, inclusion and integrity is all you need to join our team!

Angus Service

Our Turning Point Scotland Services in Angus Learning Disabilities & Autism are looking for people like you to help provide individualised support to adults with a wide range of needs, either on an individual 1:1 basis or alongside others and as part of a team.

Turning Point Scotland’s Angus service is a support service that provides support to individuals with complex needs including learning disability and autism. We provide support to people in their own homes living in the community and support them with every day opportunities that promotes independence and choice. We strive to enable people to access everyday life experiences including access to education, employment/volunteering and social activities. We will also provide support with developing relationships and maintaining a home. We work in partnership with health teams, social work teams, Community justice teams, Police and advocacy.

The support we provide is always person centred, we do this by involving people who know the person well, this includes family and friends, other health and Social Work professionals, Advocacy services and our own staff members.

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