About the Role
In this role, you will be an integral member of the support and care team contributing to and ensuring the high quality of support and care for individuals within the Dunipace Service. You will assist the Service Coordinator in assisting and managing the daily facilitation within the service operations,
Within the Dunipace Service specifically we provide flexible support to individuals within their own homes who have learning disabilities, mental health conditions, Autistic Spectrum Conditions or a combination of these. Our role is to support and develop these individuals to enable these individuals to live as independently as possible within the community. 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.
We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic, energetic, fun and caring individuals to join our team here at the newly developing Dunipace Service.
The individuals we support within this service all have their own specific interests and needs, however a common theme is that they all enjoy a day out. Whether that be simply a walk in the park or a coffee out they all would agree there is nothing better than an adventure away from the doors.
They want individual people to come and join the team who will treat them as individuals, take them places they wish and do things with them that they enjoy doing.
As individuals they all like different things - however they are all enjoying getting their homes how they want them as it has been a long time since they had their own place to call home.
The people we support here, like us all, can have days where they are not as upbeat and up for the fun things in life.These are the days when they probably need us the most and the great support we provide to them, we will ensure that you are enriched with the specific knowledge for all of the supported individuals to ensure you know how to respond in any given situation with the supported individuals, to support them through any difficult days they may face.
If you hold an SVQ 2 qualification in Care or a related field in line with the SSSC registration criteria this could be the opportunity for you.
It is essential you are able to work shifts which will include weekend working and evenings.
Kingdom Support and Care (KSC) provides high quality and personalised support and care for over 300 individuals across Fife and Forth Valley. We support the individuals we work with to manage or overcome challenges, including age-related issues, alcohol and drug addictions, autism spectrum disorders, complex needs, homelessness, learning disabilities and mental health issues.
We work with people in their own homes, assisting them to do the things that matter to them and realise their ambitions. We believe that great support leads to great lives.
Our support and care enables the individuals we work with to:
Kingdom Support and Care has GOLD accreditation with Investors in People. In our most recent staff survey, 75% of respondents rated us a good or very good employer.
***Closing date Sunday 3 December 2023***
***Interview date 11 December 2023***