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
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.
Volunteer Coordinator - Fontwell - £9,568 to £10,910 per annum (salary dependent on skills and experience)
We are looking for someone to join us who is passionate about effectively engaging, involving and supporting volunteers for the benefit of the people we support people with learning disabilities.
The Volunteer Coordinator is responsible for all elements of volunteering and work experience within the Trust. The role will involve forming relationships and assessing the needs of each Aldingbourne Trust project and then meeting those needs through the recruitment, placement, induction and retention of volunteers.
Volunteer Coordinators manage volunteers and their relationship with those they come into contact with, including external organisations, our staff and the people we support. In addition, the role is about building and sustaining community links with local schools and colleges to support students in work experience, traineeships, Duke of Edinburgh awards and apprenticeships.
The contractual hours for this post are 21 hours per week, and the days and times worked are flexible.
Closing date 5 pm on Friday 9 December 2016
Enterprise Champion - Fontwell - £15,778 to £17,219 per annum (salary pro rata and will be dependent on skills and experience)
This is a key post within the Aldingbourne Trust, responsible for promoting and developing the Trust and generating additional income and support. This will include marketing, public relations, publicity and networking. The role involves promoting current activities across the Trust to raise awareness and achieve their potential and liaise with Project Managers to celebrate successes within their teams. A key requirement of this post is to develop marketing strategies to ensure we market our businesses with current trends such as social media, online presence and across a variety of Medias. You will be responsible for building strong communications across all projects of the Trust and all external audiences.
The post requires innovative thinking, a creative mind, strong planning and organising skills and community engagement. Networking and corporate collaboration is key and you will be responsible for marketing the Trust's recruitment strategy and supportive of promoting the Trust as an employer of choice.
The contractual hours for this post are 18 hours per week working three days in seven including some evening, weekend and public holidays.
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.