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  • Kingdom Support and Care - Support Workers (Cupar)

    Created: 11/03/2019

    Post: Support Worker

    Hours: 25-30 per week

    Salary: £17,745 (unqualified), £18,197 (qualified) pro rata

    This post has an occupational requirement under the Equality Act 2010 which restricts applications from females only due to service users support needs.

    Kingdom Support and Care are looking for upbeat, confident and energetic people who have the desire to want to support people to have the best life possible. You will provide support for personal care and participation in activities such as going to the cinema, going shopping, out for lunch, or going on day trips further afield, so energy and initiative is vital. To support staff into the service, they offer a comprehensive induction period with training tailored to the service and a buddy system for new staff so you have the support of the whole team.

    You must be flexible in your approach to work and it is essential you are able to work a rota which will include weekends and sleepovers.

    For more information and to apply please click here.

    Please note the closing date for applications is Friday 29 March 2019.




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