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:
- General job vacancies
- Through our dedicated care workers job agency, Support Workers Direct
- Become a bank support worker
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.
Full and Part Time 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 and Part-Time Support Workers to join our friendly supportive team at our Supported Living Project in central Bognor Regis.
Our team support people to live in their own flats and to access the community. We help the people we support to manage their day-to-day lives, to achieve their goals and realise their dreams. People have varied abilities, but most need support with cooking, cleaning, and doing their household chores. We support people at the bank and with budgeting, menu planning and shopping. Others need help with personal care and medication; some need behavioural support. We support people to attend health and medical appointments.
We work in partnership with the local community social work team and other professionals. We liaise with landlords ensuring that peoples' flats are well maintained. People like support to go out and enjoy them selves, to have a social life and be part of the community.
In the past we have supported people to go on holidays, go scuba diving, jump from a plane and take a cruise on the Mediterranean. We believe that people with learning disabilities should be part of our communities, 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 who are:
Over the age of 18 and have a manual driving licence. Flexible to work on a rota covering early mornings, day and evening shifts, alternate weekends and sleep-in shifts.
If you like to have fun at work, if you are enterprising, if you can help people have real-life opportunities and make a difference to the lives of the people we support, then please apply or get in touch with us today.
Gardener/Horticultural Support - Fontwell - £15,135 to £18,185 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)
This post within the Country Centre team includes responsibility for the support and development for people with learning disabilities and our horticultural offer to visitors and customers.
By providing Horticultural and Gardening services on site at the Country Centre you will be working alongside and be responsible for supporting people to learn associated vocational skills. In addition to working on site there may be opportunities to provide this service within the local community. The post holder will also be responsible for ensuring that the grounds of the Centre present an attractive and welcoming environment for everyone.
You will be required to develop excellent working relationships with Country Centre staff, volunteers, people with disabilities and visitors to the Country Centre. You will be supported by the Aldingbourne Country Centre Manager and the Country Centre team. Due to the nature of this role, regular weekend working is required including public holidays. Rotas will be agreed on a monthly rolling basis.
The contractual hours for this post are 37.5 hours per week
based on working 5 days from 7 (dependent on rotas), including some weekend and public holidays.
Support Worker - Portsmouth - £10,519 to £11,115 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)
The holders of this key post within the Aldingbourne Trust are responsible for enabling our tenants to live the lives they choose safely, while developing their own independence.
You are expected to meet the requirements of the Care Standards Act and Regulations, ensuring your work meets the standards set out by the Care Quality Commission and other legal requirements including the Portsmouth Safeguarding policies.
You will 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.
The contractual hours for this post are 25 hours per week (we welcome applications from people who wish to work part-time or job share)
Shift Hours: Early shifts - 8 am - 3 pm, Late shifts - 3 pm - 10 pm and sleep-in shifts - 10 pm - 8 am next day.
(Starting salary dependent on skills and experience, plus sleep-in payments)
Full and Part Time Support Workers - Bognor Regis - £15,778 to £20,270 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)
We are looking for support workers, both Full and Part-Time to join our friendly team at our Supported Living Project in Bognor Regis. As a support worker you will support tenants to live their lives, their way.
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 the day to day tasks, such as managing their money and budgeting, menu planning and shopping. Others need support with personal care and medication; some need behavioural support. We support our tenants to access the wider community from going to the theatre or to events in and around the local community. We actively encourage tenants to pursue their dreams, whether that is a Mediterranean Cruise or a parachute jump and welcome anyone with a sense of adventure, enthusiasm and lots of passion!
We are seeking support workers who are: over 18, flexible to work on a rota covering early mornings, day and evening shifts, alternate weekends and sleep-in shifts.
Closing Date - 5.00 pm on Wednesday 3 May
(Please indicate your preference of full or part time hours on your application)
Housing Management Officer - Bognor Regis - £18,529 to £21,102 per annum (depending on experience)
This is great opportunity, and a unique role for someone to work alongside the Housing Manager and other members of the team to be at the forefront in the development and progression of the housing management portfolio run by the Trust predominantly in the Bognor Regis and surrounding areas.
Ultimately to enable tenants with learning disabilities/mental health needs to have suitable well maintained properties and to be supported to meet all the terms and conditions of their tenancy and to enable the individual to live the lives they chose safely.
The contractual hours this post are 37.5 hours per week (Monday - Friday)
Closing Date - 5.00 pm on Friday 12 May
Interviews will be held on Thursday 18 May
Deputy Manager - Milton Lodge - Bognor Regis - £22,458 to £27,150 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)
The Aldingbourne Trust is seeking a passionate and enthusiastic Deputy Manager to join our friendly team at our Supported Living Project in central Bognor Regis. The role will include working part time on the rota at Milton Lodge for 12 - 15 hours per week, supporting tenants to live their lives, their way, and the remaining 18 - 22.5 hours will be office based. You will assist the manager in the daily running of the project, assisting the leading of a team that is responsive to the people that we support.
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 the day to day tasks, such as managing their money and budgeting, menu planning and shopping. Others need support with personal care and medication; some need behavioural support. We support our tenants to access the wider community from going to the theatre or to events in and around the local community
Enthusiasm and flexibility is needed in the role, and we welcome anyone who is able to bring new and exciting ideas to the project.
Closing Date - 5.00 pm on Wednesday 3 May