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        • harrogate, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £28,000 - £280,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for Trafford (with responsibility for 15 staff) this is a flats model serving 8 peopleSalary base up to £28,000 depending on experience Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards. As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays. The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is Monday 26th October 2020, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for Trafford (with responsibility for 15 staff) this is a flats model serving 8 peopleSalary base up to £28,000 depending on experience Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards. As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays. The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is Monday 26th October 2020, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • york, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in York?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in York?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • knaresborough, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Naresborough?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Naresborough?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • skipton, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Skipton?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Skipton?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • harrogate, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Harrogate?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Harrogate?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • knaresborough, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £24,000 - £28,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for Knaresborough.Salary base £24,000 - £28,000Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement ReviewsThis provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is the end of February, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on0116 2081110 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for Knaresborough.Salary base £24,000 - £28,000Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement ReviewsThis provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is the end of February, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on0116 2081110 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Leeds?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Leeds?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • harrogate, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £24,000 - £28,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for HarrogateSalary base £24-28,000 depending on experience Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards. As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays. The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is coming up, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit a service manager responsible for HarrogateSalary base £24-28,000 depending on experience Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards. As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays. The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is coming up, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • doncaster, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £22,352 - £27,275, per year, Pension, annual Leave
        • randstad care
        Are you looking for a new role? Do you have experience working with mental health or substance misuse services?We currently have an exciting opportunity to be part of a new team based in the hospital to support individuals with substance misuse problems to access treatment services. This role would be perfect for anyone that is newly qualified within Social Work, Psychology, Counselling and has a background in mental health or substance misuse.Benefits of the role include:-Fantastic starting salary between £22,352 - £27,275-29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years' service and 34 after 5; plus Public Holidays-Life assurance of 2 x annual salary-Non-contributory employee health benefit scheme.-Full Time (37.5 hrs)About the role, you will:-Work to engage people with substance misuse problems to enter treatment services. -Provide advice, assessment and brief interventions along with some structured key working and make onward referrals to specialist services.-Act as a key worker whilst maintaining a high standard of records and case notes using the electronic system -Provide service users and their families with information and advice verbally and through providing relevant literature-Engage potential service users and signpost to treatment services and other relevant agencies within the locality-Create an individually tailored package of care, in line with statutory requirements.-Positively promote the service during internal and external meetingsWhat experience we need you to have:-Professional qualification or Degree in a related subject e.g. Social Work, Psychology, Counselling-Experience of working within substance misuse services-Experience of key working and psychological/psychosocial interventions-Experience of substance misuse treatment approaches-Experience of undertaking assessments of need and risk-Ability to travel within the geographical work area in a timely mannerIf you would like to know more info regarding this role please apply today and one of our consultants will give you a call. If you prefer to call us you can on 0330 0248 775Randstad 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 looking for a new role? Do you have experience working with mental health or substance misuse services?We currently have an exciting opportunity to be part of a new team based in the hospital to support individuals with substance misuse problems to access treatment services. This role would be perfect for anyone that is newly qualified within Social Work, Psychology, Counselling and has a background in mental health or substance misuse.Benefits of the role include:-Fantastic starting salary between £22,352 - £27,275-29 days annual leave per annum, rising to 31 after 2 years' service and 34 after 5; plus Public Holidays-Life assurance of 2 x annual salary-Non-contributory employee health benefit scheme.-Full Time (37.5 hrs)About the role, you will:-Work to engage people with substance misuse problems to enter treatment services. -Provide advice, assessment and brief interventions along with some structured key working and make onward referrals to specialist services.-Act as a key worker whilst maintaining a high standard of records and case notes using the electronic system -Provide service users and their families with information and advice verbally and through providing relevant literature-Engage potential service users and signpost to treatment services and other relevant agencies within the locality-Create an individually tailored package of care, in line with statutory requirements.-Positively promote the service during internal and external meetingsWhat experience we need you to have:-Professional qualification or Degree in a related subject e.g. Social Work, Psychology, Counselling-Experience of working within substance misuse services-Experience of key working and psychological/psychosocial interventions-Experience of substance misuse treatment approaches-Experience of undertaking assessments of need and risk-Ability to travel within the geographical work area in a timely mannerIf you would like to know more info regarding this role please apply today and one of our consultants will give you a call. If you prefer to call us you can on 0330 0248 775Randstad 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.
        • harrogate, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £9.70 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit an assistant service manager responsible for a specific service in HarrogateSalary base £9.70 per hour (£20,000) Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is Monday 26th October 2020, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a proven experience in a health and social care supervisory role and looking to develop your career? Have you held a front-line managerial or leadership position? Can you demonstrate your potential to lead and manage a front line team within a specialised community base, safe 'person-led' enabling support services for people who are vulnerable with severe complex needs in a culture that is very team effort based, transparent in your role, leading by example and following the company's fun loving but professional culture.Randstad Care is proud to be supporting a specialist independent living social care and support service, to recruit an assistant service manager responsible for a specific service in HarrogateSalary base £9.70 per hour (£20,000) Additional pay allowance for sleepovers.Benefits:Opportunities for flexible working hoursExcellent rates of pay and life assurance (after three years' service)A stakeholder pension28 days holiday a year (including 8 public holidays)Structured and enabled career pathsA wide range of training opportunities including the statutory Care Certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction StandardsSix paid training days a yearAnnual Achievement Reviews This provider serves vulnerable people with complex needs whose difficulties may include physical, emotional, learning, behavioural, psychological and social challenges, and quite often, a combination of many of these difficulties.The company provide specialist social care and support to help people make the best of themselves and the most of their lives. For some, this isn't easy to do on their own. They may have a learning or physical disability or social and behavioural difficulties. This can make it hard for them to find their place in to the world.The company believe that everyone, whatever their ability and background, should have the chance to achieve what they want. And the best way to help people achieve their dreams is to help them find greater independence. Put simply, to help people live as independently as possible.We are looking for applicants who can be versatile in a role, where you can work in a front office environment for the majority of the role, really working hands on supporting the managers and services in their day to day role.We are looking for team members who arereally committed to helping others improve their livesactive team playersempathetic and dedicatedenthusiastic and determinednot afraid of challengesready to embrace new methods and innovative ways of caringpositive and upbeatdelighted when someone else succeedsfun to work withalways look on the bright sideThere are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The main requirements are as follows;- Apply the vision, mission and value.- Provide planned, competent, motivated 24 hour personal care with holistic support ensuring the staff team consistently delivers the support needs of the individuals.- Role modelling and supporting 'on rota', 'local on call' at weekends where needed.- Being adaptable to meet the changing needs of the role.- Providing proactive and effective budgeting and resource management.- Participating in the recruitment of new staff members ensuring they receive a thorough induction and ongoing training.- There are a wide range of training opportunities available including the statutory care certificate, QCF Diplomas and the Common Induction Standards.- As an employee you are entitled to six paid training days per year, opportunities for flexible working hours, 28 days holiday a year + 8 public holidays.The closing date is Monday 26th October 2020, so you're encouraged to apply as soon as possible.If interested, please apply following the on screen instructions. For further information you can call or text laura Palmer on 07770 326235 or email laura.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • scarborough, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Scarborough?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Scarborough?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        • selby, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.20 - £8.72 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Selby?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.
        Are you looking to work supporting people with complex needs? Are you located in Selby?We have rewarding opportunities to work as an enabling support worker for an outstanding care organisation.Open to both experienced, as well as those not yet experienced, health and social care assistantswho demonstrate their potential to develop into specialised community based enabling supportworkers in the field of vulnerable people with severe complex needs.This role requires an asap start and is permanent, Hours of work are flexible Salary is between £8.20 - £8.72 per hour Responsibilities include:Delivering person led care to a wide range of vulnerable peopleFollowing care and support plans for each individualCreating positive relationships with those you come into contact with, providing the highest quality support you canDeveloping adults daily living skills and greater independence Essential requirements:Enhanced DBS (Adult workforce)on the update service - opportunity to obtain one of these through Randstad if notExperience working with vulnerable adults or children with complex needs Flexibility with the willingness to adapt to sudden changesPassion, Commitment and driveHealth and Social qualification (desired but not essential) Benefits include:6 paid training days a yearHoliday accruement (28 days a year including the 8 public holidays)Flexible working hours Opportunity to gain a vast amount of experience Competitive rates of payStructured and enabled career paths for progressionChance to receive £300* if you refer a friend Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Did you answer yes? Apply today!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child/adult safety and compliance when placing candidates into settings. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the Enhanced DBS check.

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