Jobs

 

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
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.

VIEW JOB DETAILS

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.

VIEW JOB DETAILS

Housing Manager - Bognor Regis - £26,000 to £30,000 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)

We are looking for someone to join our team as Housing Manager at Aldingbourne Trust. We know good quality housing is key to peoples well-being and this role is key to us achieving and maintaining our objectives. You will need to have a Housing Management background, and ideally some experience of working with people with learning disabilities and/or mental health.

You will be based in Bognor Regis, with opportunities to attend meetings regionally and nationally.

You are expected to be aware of and meet best practice in housing management, 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.

Closing Date - 5.00 pm on Thursday 23 February

Interviews will beheld on Friday 3 March

VIEW JOB DETAILS

Seasonal Visitor Assistant - Fontwell - £5.00 to £7.50 per hour (Varies according to age)

Depending on your role, you will work in either some or all of the following:

  • the café and retail shop, providing a welcoming and commercial environment for our customers. The café provides a range of refreshments and meals and the shop is an important outlet for items produced and grown at the centre.
  • the open farm, maintaining the farm as a visitor attraction.
  • running events for the public during the school holidays.

The centre is open Monday Sunday.

The contractual hours for this post are zero as work varies according to demand. 

Hours available will be agreed in advance.

We are offering: £5 per hour (under 18), £5.63 (age 18-20), £7.05 (age 21-24) and £7.50 (over 25).

This is a seasonal contract which ends on 3rd September 2017.

VIEW JOB DETAILS