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The Aldingbourne Trust is a genuinely respected employer with consistently positive feedback being shared via our regular staff and volunteer surveys. In October 2010 we earned the Investors in People Gold Standard and regularly have opportunities for people to join our award winning teams.
The Aldingbourne Trust is able to offer a comprehensive induction and excellent training opportunities, generous annual leave, pension, life assurance, counselling service, child care and cycle vouchers schemes.
There are four ways you can work with us:
  1. General job vacancies
  2. Through our dedicated care workers job agency, Support Workers Direct
  3. Become a bank support worker
  4. Volunteer
GENERAL VACANCIES
Senior Support Worker - Portsmouth - £16,996 to £19,426 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)

The aim of this service is to provide a safe, supportive and welcoming home where young people who have a learning disability can develop their self esteem, confidence, resilience and life skills for adulthood.

The Senior Support Workers are responsible for working with the Team Leader to manage and develop the Young People's Service, enabling its tenants to safely live the lives they choose, while developing their own independence.

Although the service is not registered with the Care Quality Commission, as personal care is not currently provided, this is subject to review. You are therefore expected to help the Young People's Service meet the requirements of the Care Standards Act and Regulations, ensuring the services meet the standards set out by the Care Quality Commission and other legal requirements including Portsmouth's Safeguarding policies.

To do this you will manage and work as a team with staff, tenants, care and other agencies to ensure that the emotional, medical and material needs of tenants are recognised, assessed and met and to enable each tenant to achieve their full potential.

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Weekend Support Workers - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

We are seeking Weekend Support Workers to join our friendly team at our Supported Living Project in central Bognor Regis.

Our tenants live in their own flats in the community with individual tenancies and we help them manage their day-to-day lives and realise their dreams. Our tenants have varied abilities; most need support with cooking, cleaning and completing their household chores. We support people with money, budgeting, menu planning and shopping. Others need help with personal care and medication; some need behavioural support.

The right candidate will have a thirst for learning and won't be worried by computers.  We offer extensive training to give the right knowledge and support to the successful candidate.   We support out tenants to access the wider community from going to the theatre or to events in and around the local community.   We believe that people with learning disabilities should have the same opportunities and lives as everyone else, and have a real say in the type of support they need. 

You would need to be flexible and able to work early or late shifts.  This may include a sleep- in at the project.  If you are enterprising and like to have fun working together, if you can offer real-life opportunities and make a difference for the people we support, then please apply or get in touch with us today.

The contractual hours for this post will be approx 15 hours per week

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Support Workers - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)

We are seeking Support Workers for our Outreach Team, based in Bognor Regis to work as part of a team with staff and tenants to ensure that the emotional, social, medical and material needs of the tenants are recognised, assessed and met.

You will be responsible for enabling our tenants to live the lives they choose safely, while developing their own independence.

Minimum age 18, driver and access to car essential.

The contractual hours for a full time post are 37.5 hours per week.

Part time posts are negotiable.

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Support Workers - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

We are seeking Full, Part-Time and Zero Hours Contract Support Workers to join our friendly team at our Supported Living Project in central Bognor Regis.

Our tenants live in their own flats in the community with individual tenancies and we help them manage their day-to-day lives and realise their dreams. Our tenants have varied abilities; most need support with cooking, cleaning, and completing their household chores. We support people with money and with budgeting, menu planning and shopping. Others need help with personal care and medication; some need behavioural support.  The right candidate will have a thirst for learning won't be worried by computers.  We offer extensive training to give the right knowledge and support to the successful candidate.   We support out tenant to access the wider community from going to the theatre or to events in and around the local community.   We believe that people with learning disabilities should have the same opportunities and lives as everyone else, and have a real say in the type of support they need. 

We are seeking full and part time support workers over the age of 18 who are flexible to work on a rota covering early mornings, day and evening shifts, alternate weekends and some sleep-in shifts. If you are enterprising and like to have fun working together, if you can offer real-life opportunities and make a difference for the people we support, then please apply or get in touch with us today.

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Relief Support Worker - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

We are seeking Relief Support Workers to join our friendly teams at our Supported Living Projects in Bognor Regis and Felpham area to work as part of a team supporting three ladies  who have complex and high care needs arising from Autism, Down Syndrome, Dementia and Learning Disabilities. You will support the three ladies to live in their own home, develop and maintain independent living skills and pursue their interests. 

The three ladies require support with all aspects of independent living. Two ladies need support when attending day services and other activities such as swimming. The other lady enjoys going for rides in her car and walking. Both ladies require support when they are at home, as well as ensuring their general wellbeing.

We are seeking relief support workers who are flexible to work on a rota covering holidays, sickness, staff shortage and  some sleep-in shifts.

If you are enterprising and like to have fun working together, If you can offer real-life opportunities and make a difference for the people we support, then please apply or get in touch with us today.

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Relief Support Worker - Portsmouth - £7.30 to £8.03 per hour (depending on experience)

 

We are seeking Relief Support Workers to provide support to young adults who have a learning disability in shared houses. The aim of the service is to empower and enable people to become more independent and move into permanent accommodation within 2 years. You will be there to give them support to do this with cooking, shopping, budgeting, and getting out and about. The team need to provide 24 hour support which therefore includes evening, weekends and sleep in shifts.

  • Would you enjoy working with people who appreciate what you do daily?
  • Do you believe people with learning disabilities should have the same opportunities as everyone else?
  • Are you able to apply learning from your own life experience and develop skills in the support of others?
  • Would you like to be part of a fun, friendly, caring

For full details and to apply online visit our website

If you believe that people with learning disabilities should be part of their community, have opportunities, live a good life and have a real say in the type of support they need, please get in touch with us. Full training and induction will be given.

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Deputy Team Leader - Portsmouth - £18,528 to £20,533 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)

Our Young People's Service in Portsmouth has been established for 18 months. It enables young people with learning disabilities to step out as young adults in to a supported living environment where they can learn the skills at their own pace that will help them to live independently.

While with us, our tenants learn domestic and social skills, and also learn about the community and society around them. The team that provide the support are vibrant, fun and serious about making a positive difference for the lives of our tenants.

The Deputy Team Leader is responsible for working with the Team Leader to manage and develop the Young People's Service, enabling its tenants to safely live the lives they choose, while developing their own independence within the time that they are supported here.

You are expected to help the Young People's Service meet the requirements of the Care Standards Act and Regulations, ensuring the services meet the standards set out by the Care Quality Commission and other legal requirements including Portsmouth's Safeguarding policies.

To do this you will manage and work as a team with staff, tenants, care and other agencies to ensure that the emotional, medical and material needs of tenants are recognised, assessed and met and to enable each tenant to achieve their full potential.

As an organisation, the Aldingbourne Trust is regarded as a care employer of choice, and were runners up nationally in the 2016 Skills for Care Accolades Employer of the Year. We will help you to develop your career and skills, and enable you to enjoy your work.

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Part Time Support Worker - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

We are seeking a Part-Time Support Worker to join our friendly team at our Supported Living Project in Bognor Regis, supporting two ladies who have complex and high care needs arising from Autism and Learning Disabilities. You will support the two ladies to live in their own home, develop and maintain independent living skills and pursue their interests. 

The two ladies require support with all aspects of independent living. One lady needs support when attending day services and other activities such as swimming. The other lady enjoys going for rides in her car and walking as part of her daily routine.  Both ladies require support when they are at home, as well as ensuring their general wellbeing.

We are seeking a part-time support worker who is  flexible  and could work as part of a  rota, carrying out sleep-ins and on call duties as required.

If you are enterprising and like to have fun working together, can offer real-life opportunities and make a difference for the people we support, then please apply or get in touch with us today.

The contractual hours for this post are 25 hours per week.

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Housing Co-ordinator - Bognor Regis - £24,329 to £25,125 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

This key post within Aldingbourne Trust is responsible for enabling potential and existing tenants to have suitable, well maintained properties, good relationships with their neighbours and meet all of the terms of their tenancy conditions. You will play an important part in supporting people with learning disabilities and/or mental health needs to live the lives they choose safely, while developing their own independence. This will involve working with a range of landlords, identifying and arranging maintenance of properties, supporting people to access good housing through the statutory and private sector, advising families who wish to provide housing. You will also work with care and support services to provide a holistic service which supports people not only in their tenancy, but also with their lifestyle and wellbeing.

You are expected to be aware of and meet best practice in housing management, including  maintenance, supporting tenants who may have additional support needs due to their learning disabilities and/or mental health, including the Reach Standards, Care Standards Act and Regulations, ensuring your work meets the standards set out by the Homes & Communities Agency, Care Quality Commission, Skills for Care and other legal requirements including the West Sussex Safeguarding policies.

The contractual hours this post are between 25-30 hours per week.

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Support Workers Direct - Bognor Regis - Negotiable

Support Workers Direct is a subsidiary of The Aldingbourne Trust.

This role provides support for a variety of people with a wide range of needs.  You will be expected to deliver high standards of support, as part of a dedicated team. 

To join the team, no previous experience is required. However, we are looking for a caring nature and a genuine desire to make a real difference.

If you would like to find out more, please contact Julie Williams on 01243 838537.

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