Staff vacancies

We are always interested in hearing from well trained and motivated individuals who have a passion for caring for children and young people in residential care.

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RESIDENTIAL CARE WORKERS

(HNC Social Care and SVQIII Qualified, highly desirable however relevant childcare experience will be considered)

Due to expansion we have opportunities for the following posts:-

  • Full time (39 hours per week) starting at £19,611 plus sleep-in allowance - Higher for additional qualifications and experience.

You will have a sound understanding of child development and attachment theory and be able to contribute, with colleagues and our consultants to form individual Care Plans. An ability to build relationships, work as part of a team and independently.

These positions involve shift work including sleepovers in one of our Fife based residential houses, catering for young people, aged 6 to 21 years. They are subject to a Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme check and registration with the Scottish Social Services Council.  Any training required for registration must be undertaken and completed within the given timescales.

Cairn Mhor is an accredited member of the Living Wage Foundation and staff can also benefit from;

  • Workplace Pension
  • Complimentary confidential counselling and therapies.
  • Childcare Vouchers

Informal discussions will be welcome. We would welcome applications from both male and female candidates.  Cairn Mhor Childcare Partnership is an equal opportunities employer.

If you think you have what we are looking for, please send your CV and a covering letter via post or email to enquiries at the address below. Please indicate which post(s) you would be interested in.

Closing date is Monday 30th July 2018. Please apply as soon as possible to be considered for an interview. Previous applicants need not apply.

Applications to:

Cairn Mhor Childcare Partnership

Airlie House

Saltire Centre

Glenrothes       KY6 2AG

Email: enquiries@cairnmhor.org                 Tel:  01592 631031              Website: www.cairnmhor.org