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  • Crossroads Fife - Support Worker

    Created: 27/05/2024
    News/Events Category: Job Vacancies


    Post: Support Worker 
    Hours: Part-time
    Salary: £12.00 per hour on weekdays and £14.56 on weekends


    Crossroads Fife is currently looking for highly motivated, caring individuals to join their well-established and professional team of Support Workers throughout Fife supporting individuals in a social care capacity. Crossroads Fife supports individuals with any illness and/or disability either in their own home or to access their local community. A career with them is as rewarding as it is diverse and you will have the opportunity to build relationships that truly bring out the best in the people you support whilst providing their full-time family carers with a short break of a few hours to enable them to continue in their caring role.

    Crossroads Fife value life experience as sometimes being more important than work experience in this role. Their main priority is to find the right people who share their values of being person-centred, accountable, patient, and resilient - the rest they can teach you. Crossroads offer a quality induction, shadowing, and ongoing paid training package, working towards relevant qualifications. Supporting you to achieve rewarding and fulfilling employment with a good work life balance through regular supervision and support to maintain your mental health and wellbeing with a flexible approach.

    Benefits 

    • Full mileage costs are reimbursed 
    • Fixed working pattern with regular hours and clients 
    • Contributory pension scheme 
    • 5.6 weeks' annual leave, rising to 6.6 weeks after three years 
    • Blue light discount scheme 
    • Company phone 
    • Refer a friend scheme

    About You 

    • You will need to have full availability for this part-time role - either a minimum or 64 hours or 92 hours over four weeks. 
    • Working pattern will include some evening work, and two out of four weekends 
    • Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) scheme registration required (costs will be covered by Crossroads Fife) 
    • Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) registration will be required within six months of employment for all successful candidates 
    • Candidates will hold/be willing to work towards SVQ2 Social Services and Healthcare 
    • A driving licence and use of a car with business insurance is essential 

    How to apply 

    If you are interested in working for Crossroads, call them on 01592 610540 or submit your CV to [email protected] 

    Unfortunately, they are unable to offer sponsorship. 

    Crossroads Fife is an equal opportunities employer and their recruitment, selection, and assessment process is based entirely on values, skills, and competencies required of the specific roles. They are a Living Wage employer, so pay rates will increase in line with this guidance. 




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