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The Richmond Fellowship Scotland - Support Practitioner
Post: Support Practitioner
Hours: Full time – 39 hours per week with Sleepover and On Call as required
Salary: £21,294 per annum (Sleepover allowance paid at current local rate. An enhancement will be made for On Call)
Location: Cupar and St Andrews
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland seeks a Support Practitioner to join its team. The Support Practitioner will, as appropriate, provide direct supports to individuals within their communities. You will have responsibility for ensuring that individuals receive support provision aimed at maximising independence and choice. It is therefore essential that you fully understand the nature of each individual’s abilities and support needs as well as their preferences and choices. The Support Practitioner role may include but not be limited to:
Assisting individuals with personal care and hygiene Household management tasks.
Working with individuals who can display challenging behaviour.
Work with individuals who may have been through the criminal justice system.
Accompanying individuals who have religious beliefs that may differ from your own.
Working with individuals who smoke; including indoors in a smoking environment.
Working various shift patterns including evenings, nights, weekends and public holidays (including Christmas and New Year).
For more information/to apply for this role, please visit The Richmond Fellowship Scotland's website. The closing date for applications is 12 August 2022.