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Current Opportunities

Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland) is a leading charity with approximately 260 employees, based in Galashiels and provides care and support services in a range of settings to individuals within the Scottish Borders.

Information on current opportunities within the Organisation and application forms can be found below.

TOGETHER BORDERS  SUPPORTED LIVING SERVICE

Together Borders offers support to individuals with learning disabilities living in their own homes to maintain their homes, manage their daily lives as independently as possible, achieve their wishes and be involved in their local community.

SUPPORT WORKERS 

Full time and Part time

£9.50 – £10.85 per hour (depending on qualification and shift pattern)

We are keen to recruit Support Workers who are passionate about supporting people with a learning disability and with values which match our own.

You don’t need to have previous experience in this sector, nor do you need qualifications.  We will give you all the training and support that you need and help you to gain a qualification in Health and Social Work.

Our main priority to find people who can share and demonstrate:

  • Supporting rights, needs, choices and aspirations,
  • Valuing and celebrating individuality and diversity,
  • Seeing the possibilities to make a positive difference,
  • Being responsible, sustainable and innovative in your work.

If this sounds like you, we want YOU as part of our team.

An Information Pack giving information about the role and an Application Form can be obtained by calling 01896 661200 or you can download one from the link below. Completed application forms must state they are for Together Borders Support Worker and they should be returned to: Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland) Triest House Bridge Street Galashiels TD1 1SW by Friday 17 December 2021. 

Together Borders Support Worker Information Pack 

Application Form

CARE HOME SERVICE

REGISTERED NURSE

 Part Time – 75 hours per 4 weeks 

£13.99 – £20.62 per hour (depending upon shift premiums)

We are looking for a Registered Nurse, to join our well established Care Home Service in Gattonside.  The service is registered for up to seven people with learning disabilities and complex health needs, providing the care people need to optimise their health and wellbeing, maximise their independence and support their emotional and social needs.

If you are a Registered Nurse looking for career development in a compassionate and rewarding environment where you will be truly valued, we would love to discuss what we can offer you.

The ideal candidate will be a registered nurse (RGN,RMN,RNLD), have knowledge of best clinical practice for the client group, an awareness of current legislation within the independent care sector and have demonstrable continuing professional development.

If you would like further information please contact Dawn Barrett (Senior Manager Care and Support) on 01896 661200. An application pack can be downloaded from the link below or can be obtained from our Reception on 01896 661200 and should be returned to HR Department at Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland),Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels, TD1 1SW.

Registered Nurse Information Pack 

Application Form

CLEANER PART TIME – 6 hours per week – £8.91 per hour.

Saturday and Sunday – 3 hours per day (times flexible – between 8.00am – 1.00pm)

We are looking to recruit a Cleaner for weekends to carry out cleaning in our Garden Villa Care Home based at Gattonside near Melrose.

Garden Villa provides accommodation and support to individuals with learning disabilities and complex health needs. There are 7 individual rooms, 3 shared bathrooms, and general living areas.

Should you require any further information contact Karen Rowlinson on 01896 661200.

Application forms are available from Reception at Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels, TD1 1SW on 01896 661200, and should be returned to our HR Department.

Application Form – Cleaner post

Cleaner Post – Garden Villa Care Home Information Pack

FULL and PART TIME SUPPORT WORKER POSTS

We pay up to £13.14 per hour (includes payments for working across a variety of shifts and dependant and a relevant qualification).

Some vacancies have arisen to join our team in our Care Home and Respite Service for Adults.

The successful candidates will be joining a welcoming, supportive team with high grades from Care Inspectorate reports and positive feedback from families. We are looking for people who are respectful, compassionate, flexible, and are able to discover the potential in individuals.

Application packs are available by calling 01896 661200 or you can download one from the link below

Care Home Support Worker Information Pack

Application Form 

Completed forms should be returned to:  HR Department, Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland)

Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels, TD1 1SW, no later than Friday 12 November 2021.

WORKING TOGETHER SOCIAL ENTERPRISES

SUPERVISOR – 20 hours per week Over 3 days a week (times between 9.00am – 4.00pm)

Salary- £9.15 per hour

Working Together, Social Enterprise, provides training and employment opportunities to adults with learning disabilities, disability to gain the skills required to seek and sustain employment in their local community.

We are looking to appoint a part time Supervisor.  The post holder will work 20 hours a week over 3 days, hours between 9am and 4pm.

The supervisor will be responsible for leading a team of up to four trainees / volunteers, providing hands on training centred on all aspects of the day to day activities within the café.

The ideal candidate will have experience of delivering training, mentoring and coaching others, ideally from the hospitality or retail sector.

Further information and an application pack can be downloaded from the link below or  call 01896 661200. Completed applications should be to Brothers of Charity Services (Scotland), Triest House, Bridge Street, Galashiels, TD1 1SW.

Working Together Supervisor Information Pack

Application Form

The Organisation has a commitment, to provide ongoing support, supervision and training to develop and maintain skills as well as the following benefits:

  • Full/extensive specialist training
  • Opportunity to undertake SVQ 3
  • Career progression
  • 6 weeks holidays increasing to 7 over time with the company
  • Bike 2 Work scheme
  • Occupational Health
  • Healthy Working Lives programme
  • Occupational sick pay scheme.

Interviews during restricted measures may be carried out using video conferencing.

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