We are an organisation who takes pride in valuing its staff as well as the people we support, and we would like to continue with you on your journey through your career in social care. We provide clear progression and development opportunities for our staff, whilst always keeping the people that we support at the heart of our culture. If you start a career with us, you are choosing to make a real difference to someone’s life every day, whilst continually developing your skills and knowledge within the sector.

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.” – Confucius

Our Vacancies

HR & Training Officer

We are inviting applications for the post of HR & Training Officer to join our creative and highly motivated team. This post is to provide administrative support to colleagues in the HR, Training and H&S Teams. The role would be working in a busy and fast paced team environment, working with high volume workloads. To apply for this role, you would need to be CIPD Qualified to Level 3 or working towards. You should also have a minimum of 2 years’ experience in a similar role, working in either a HR Officer or Training Officer capacity. Closing date: 5pm Friday 28th January 2022 Interviews: Thursday 24th February 2022

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Full-time

37.5 hours per week

Salary

£20, 200 per annum

Location

Head office & remote

Support Worker - Monmouth

We are inviting applications to support and enable individuals with disabilities according to their individual needs in the Monmouth area, through maximum participation in service provision. This will involve working as part of a team within a flexible rota to include weekends, bank holidays and sleep-in duties. You would need to have a willingness to attend specialist training and gain further qualifications in BTEC Positive Behaviour Support. We are looking for part-time or full-time positions but all applicants must be able to drive.

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Part-Time and Full-time Hours

16 - 35

Hourly

£10.15

Location

Monmouth

Support Worker (Closer to home)

We are inviting applications to support and enable individuals with disabilities according to their individual needs in the Bridgend area, through maximum participation in service provision. This will involve working as part of a team within a flexible rota to include weekends, bank holidays and sleep-in duties. You would need to have a willingness to attend specialist training and gain further qualifications in BTEC Positive Behaviour Support. We are looking for part-time or full-time positions but all applicants must be able to drive.

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Part-Time and Full-time Hours

16 - 35

Hourly

£10.12

Location

Bridgend

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