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    • glasgow, scotland
    • permanent
    • £19,000 - £19,200, per year, Company benefits package
    • randstad care
    Are you an empathetic person with a passion for supporting adults with trauma? Do you have experience or interest in supporting homelessness and drug and alcohol rehabilitation? Then we want to speak to you! Randstad are looking for support workers to take on a permanent post within the Glasgow area supporting adults who have been, or are facing becoming homeless to get their lives back on track! Salary is over £19,000 per annum with opportunity for overtime. This is a challenging but rewarding support worker position that allows you to help people make a real and lasting change to their lives. As well as the practical support required resettling into accommodation and making good habits, there is also an emphasis on tackling the issues that lead each individual to becoming homeless which may include addressing previously unresolved childhood trauma, drug and alcohol misuse or domestic abuse. Interested? This area is very competitive so we don't expect to have the vacancy for long! Apply today! What can our client offer homeless support workers?- Competitive salary - Generous holiday entitlement- Employee discount scheme- Immediate start- Full induction and training including support in gaining SVQ 2 - SSSC and PVG endorsement - Flexible working A successful homeless support workers will be responsible for:- Taking on key worker responsibilities- Supporting service users with diverse backgrounds and support requirements to achieve and sustain a permanent tenancy - Displaying the emotional resilience to support service users with challenging behaviour as a result of trauma- Enabling a person centred and recovery focused environment - Maintaining professional manner and working to National Care Standards- Working to a flexible schedule, including nightshifts, weekends and bank holidays- Build supportive relationships with service users and help them to set and achieve realistic goals that will develop their lifeskills To be successful in your homeless support worker application, you will:- Have previous experience working with vulnerable adults, specifically in the homeless, addictions and substance misuse areas is desirable but not essential if you can demonstrate transferable experience - Have strong communication skills and a professional courteous approach- Register under the PVG scheme- Full driving licence (Desirable)- Obtained SVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care, or equivalent (Desirable) If this sounds like the position for you, don't delay! This role may also be known as addiction support worker, homeless worker, housing worker, addiction practitioner, support practitioner, care assistant, recovery care assistant, recovery worker, therapeutic practitioner. Apply now and one of our team may call you for an informal chat to take your application to the next stage. Alternatively, if you would like some more information give Rebecca Prentice a call on 013 1240 0887 for a confidential chat or email Not the role for you? We are always looking for talented care assistants across Scotland, email Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.
    Are you an empathetic person with a passion for supporting adults with trauma? Do you have experience or interest in supporting homelessness and drug and alcohol rehabilitation? Then we want to speak to you! Randstad are looking for support workers to take on a permanent post within the Glasgow area supporting adults who have been, or are facing becoming homeless to get their lives back on track! Salary is over £19,000 per annum with opportunity for overtime. This is a challenging but rewarding support worker position that allows you to help people make a real and lasting change to their lives. As well as the practical support required resettling into accommodation and making good habits, there is also an emphasis on tackling the issues that lead each individual to becoming homeless which may include addressing previously unresolved childhood trauma, drug and alcohol misuse or domestic abuse. Interested? This area is very competitive so we don't expect to have the vacancy for long! Apply today! What can our client offer homeless support workers?- Competitive salary - Generous holiday entitlement- Employee discount scheme- Immediate start- Full induction and training including support in gaining SVQ 2 - SSSC and PVG endorsement - Flexible working A successful homeless support workers will be responsible for:- Taking on key worker responsibilities- Supporting service users with diverse backgrounds and support requirements to achieve and sustain a permanent tenancy - Displaying the emotional resilience to support service users with challenging behaviour as a result of trauma- Enabling a person centred and recovery focused environment - Maintaining professional manner and working to National Care Standards- Working to a flexible schedule, including nightshifts, weekends and bank holidays- Build supportive relationships with service users and help them to set and achieve realistic goals that will develop their lifeskills To be successful in your homeless support worker application, you will:- Have previous experience working with vulnerable adults, specifically in the homeless, addictions and substance misuse areas is desirable but not essential if you can demonstrate transferable experience - Have strong communication skills and a professional courteous approach- Register under the PVG scheme- Full driving licence (Desirable)- Obtained SVQ level 2 in Health and Social Care, or equivalent (Desirable) If this sounds like the position for you, don't delay! This role may also be known as addiction support worker, homeless worker, housing worker, addiction practitioner, support practitioner, care assistant, recovery care assistant, recovery worker, therapeutic practitioner. Apply now and one of our team may call you for an informal chat to take your application to the next stage. Alternatively, if you would like some more information give Rebecca Prentice a call on 013 1240 0887 for a confidential chat or email Not the role for you? We are always looking for talented care assistants across Scotland, email Randstad Care acts as an employment business when supplying temporary staff and as an employment agency when introducing candidates for permanent employment with a client. Randstad Care is an equal opportunities employer and decisions are made on merits alone.Did you know that Randstad Care have been awarded a place on the National Clinical Staffing Framework for the NHS? This means we will be able to bring you more opportunities within nursing & midwifery and clinical staffing.

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