We are Hiring!

 ENABLE Glasgow

Esmond Street Advanced Support Service

Support Worker

(£10.32 per hour)

ENABLE Glasgow is a community based charity working with adults with learning disabilities and their carers and families in Glasgow. We are currently recruiting support workers to join our skilled staff team at our Esmond Street Advanced Support Service in the Yorkhill area of the city. Esmond Street provides a high quality 24/7 supported living service to 22 adults with learning disabilities who are older and/or have enhanced needs.

We are looking for staff members who share ENABLE Glasgow’s values in promoting the rights of individuals with learning disabilities to live fulfilling and meaningful lives.

Our frontline support workers are incredible, caring and talented individuals whose skills are invaluable to supporting the well-being of some of the most vulnerable people in our society. We need you now more than ever!

You will share our passion and commitment to our service users and demonstrate empathy and a strong desire to assist individuals to reach their own potential through a person-centred approach. In return you will have the reward and satisfaction of making a real difference to individual lives and will benefit from the excellent terms and conditions ENABLE Glasgow offers its employees. You will receive regular and comprehensive training to give you the tools to do your job and will be supported by a committed management team who strive to promote and support professional development.

Your role will be in supporting individuals with all aspects of everyday life including maintaining health and wellbeing, and assisting individuals with running and maintaining their home. Experience in residential support work is useful but not essential. The successful applicant should also be willing to work towards an SVQ Level 3 Qualification. Must be available to work on a shift rota basis.

Please send all enquiries and/ or your up to date CV and cover letter to jane.feeney@enableglasgow.org.u

Please note that we have various different hours available (full time is 35 hours p w). For further information regarding available hours please email Jane Feeney as above.

 

                                                       Support Worker-Social Enterprise

One full time permanent post plus 3 x12 Month Temporary Posts (to Cover Maternity Leave)

 (ENABLE Glasgow / Fortune Works)

Ref FW/SW/ £21635 per annum

(35 Hours per Week)

 

Support Worker-Social Enterprise duties will include helping to create, facilitate and maintain positive person centred activities which support people with a learning disability to play a worthwhile economic role as valued members of the local community.

The successful candidate will provide a high quality of care and support for service users with a range of learning disabilities and will encourage their participation in group activities in order to gain skills and confidence. The applicant should also have experience of programme planning and review systems.Most importantly they should have a positive and empowering approach to support people purchasing the service at Fortune Works.

Fortune Works is part of ENABLE Glasgow a Charity registered in Scotland No.SC021077. ENABLE Glasgow Branch is a company Limited by Guarantee No. 250688.

Application Notes

To apply, please  complete our application pack as instructed here: Support Worker-Social Enterprise (4 posts) with Enable Glasgow – Goodmoves

All enquiries regarding the vacancies and requests for further information  to jane.feeney@enableglasgow.org.uk

Successful Candidates will be required to join the PVG Scheme.

ENABLE Glasgow Branch strives to apply equal opportunities and diversities principles in all aspects its work.

Closing date for applications Friday 8th of October 2021.

                                                     ENABLE Glasgow

                                    Esmond Street Advanced Support Service

                                                Supported Living Cook 

                                                (£19,080  pro rata)

ENABLE Glasgow is a community based charity working with adults with learning disabilities and their carers and families in Glasgow. We are currently recruiting support workers to join our skilled staff team at our Esmond Street Advanced Support Service in the Yorkhill area of the city. Esmond Street provides a high quality 24/7 supported living service to 22 adults with learning disabilities who are older and/or have enhanced needs. 

We are looking for staff members who share ENABLE Glasgow’s values in promoting the rights of individuals with learning disabilities to live fulfilling and meaningful lives.

 You will share our passion and commitment to our service users and demonstrate empathy and a strong desire to assist individuals to reach their own potential through a person-centred approach. In return you will have the reward and satisfaction of making a real difference to individual lives and will benefit from the excellent terms and conditions ENABLE Glasgow offers its employees. You will receive regular and comprehensive training to give you the tools to do your job and will be supported by a committed management team who strive to promote and support professional development.

The successful candidate will oversee the planning of weekly/fortnightly menus in conjunction with service users, ensuring that all nutritional needs and dietary requirements are catered for. Your role will also involve organising the kitchen in terms of order, food hygiene and health and safety. REHIS Food Hygiene Training or equivalent is preferred for this role. Knowledge of Cook Safe, infection control as well as catering experience are also integral to the job role.

 

Please send any enquiries and/ or your up to date CV and cover letter to jane.feeney@enableglasgow.org.uk

 

Please note that there are full time and part time hours available for this post (full time is 35 hrs pw).

 

ENABLE Glasgow strives to apply equal opportunities and diversities principles to all aspects of its work.

All successful candidates are required to join the PVG Scheme (or to have their membership updated).