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Dancing Along Life’s Journey

The notable Martha Graham is quoted as having said “Great dancers are not great because of their technique, they are great because of their passion” and this could not be more true of Marie Duthie of CrossReach Morlich House.

Administrator Grade 1

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Job Type: 
Full Time
Job Status: 
Temporary
Job Status Details: 
Temporary for 6 months
Hours Per Week: 
38.50
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Salary (Highest Value): 
Responsible to: 
Service Manager
Main Function: 

To support the Service Manager and senior team ensuring efficiency in all administrative and clerical areas, within well defined procedures and under supervision.

Main Duties: 

Financial/Statistical

To process invoices timeously in line with CrossReach’s financial procedures.

To manage the service’s petty cash

To accurately record the service’s income and expenditure in the format detailed in CrossReach’s financial procedures.

To provide the Service Manager with up-to-date information on the service’s budget.

To work with the senior team to ensure that employee timesheets are submitted within the specified deadlines.

To collect and arrange payment for service user’s bills as required.

To record and issue service user’s personal allowances and handle personal finance matters.

To complete monthly reconciliations and submit them to the Finance Section within the agreed timescale.

To regularly complete the service’s banking transactions.

To process expenses through the Finance Section

To process donations as set out in CrossReach’s procedures.

To liaise with external agencies such as the Council, Social Work Department or lawyers as required to carry out the duties of the role.

Administrative

To photocopy documents as requested by the senior team.

To establish and efficiently maintain a filing system, ensuring that all filing is kept up-to-date.

To provide reception service when required. Where appropriate, deal with enquiries from, and provide information to, visitors or callers to the service.

To draft and type, minutes, reports and letters as required by staff within the senior team.

To deal with Service Users queries, involving their Key Worker if necessary.

To deal with requests for application packs, issuing application packs and making the necessary arrangements for interviews in line with CrossReach’s procedures.

To open and sort mail and frank and post the service’s mail on a daily basis.

To manage the distribution of stock within the service and when required re-order stock through CrossReach’s recognised suppliers.

To maintain information leaflets on the service, ensuring that they are in the corporate style.

To accurately maintain employee and client records as requested by a member of the senior team including staff rotas.

To carry out administration for training courses, other events and the letting of rooms including collecting fees.

To allocate rooms for counselling, supervision, training and other requirements.

To organise meetings as required by the senior team taking responsibility for organising diaries, booking venues, making travel arrangements and when required taking minutes.

To communicate with staff within the service or in Regional and Head Offices when necessary to seek or pass on information.

Any other duties which may reasonably fall within the parameters of the post.

It is anticipated that the post will cover most of the main duties listed; it is unlikely, but not impossible, that some posts will encompass all the duties.

Skills and Abilities: 

Experience of working with financial information is essential and a sound understanding of Financial procedures as they relate to the job

Proficient computer skills in Microsoft packages, (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook etc.).

Accurate typing skills are essential.

Ability to work on own initiative and work within agreed deadlines.

Be able to communicate with staff at all levels of the organisation as well as people from external agencies.

Good organisational skills are essential.

A warm and friendly manner is essential as well as a professional attitude as the postholder will have contact with service users, their carers and other professionals.

Personal: 

Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

 

This post requires you to either complete a Disclosure or be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement

Care Worker - Services To Older People

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Job Type: 
Part Time
Job Status: 
Permanent
Hours Per Week: 
35.00
Additional information on hours: 
Over 5 days
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Salary (Highest Value): 
Salary Description: 
<p><span>Salary is pro rata of 38.5 hours per week.&nbsp; A salary qualification bar applies.</span></p>
Responsible to: 
Unit Manager
Main Function: 

The general task required of Care Worker shall be as follows, but variance in emphasis may occur in particular establishments.

To work within a multi disciplinary team to meet the need of the service user.

Main Duties: 

1. To act as a key worker for designated service users. Compile, monitor and review care plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

2. Assist service users with personal and intimate care.

3. Assist service users to access and use any aids and personal equipment that is required.

4. Liaise with other appropriate health professionals at times of service users illness or/at the end of life.

5. Assist in the promotion of mental and physical activity of service users as detailed in individual care plans.

6. Ensure that service users physical environment is maintained to a high standard.

7. Ensure that service users clothing and effects are personalised and maintained to a high standard.

8. Assist with monitoring and reviewing service users nutritional needs in line with the care plan.

9. Answer emergency bells, the door and telephone, and greet visitors in a professional manner.

10. Be responsible for reading and writing reports in line with CrossReach’s Policy and Procedures and SSSC codes of conduct.

11. Participate in staff and service users meetings as required.

12. Work on a rota basis involving weekend and evening work.

13. Comply with all Health and Safety requirements in line with current Policies including risk assessments.

14. Undertake any training deemed necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role.

15. Comply with CrossReach financial procedures.

16. Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

17. Facilitate service users to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice).

Skills and Abilities: 

The post holder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet.

Qualifications: 

Ideally you will possess an SVQ 3 in Social Care.

If you do not you will be expected to achieve an SVQ 3 in a specified period of time

Personal: 

As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards & criteria for registration.

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement

Visitor Centre Worker

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Job Type: 
Part Time
Job Status: 
Permanent
Hours Per Week: 
23.00
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Salary (Lowest Value): 
Salary (Highest Value): 
Salary Description: 
<p>Salary is pro rata of 38.5 hours per week.</p>
Responsible to: 
Co-ordinator
Main Duties: 
  • To build relationships with visitors and, in collaboration with others, to identify areas of unmet need amongst visitors. To work towards outcomes for funders.
  • To initiate contact with visitors and offer support and advice as appropriate.
  • To work with a group of volunteers in providing support and guidance to visitors and to assist in induction, training and organising a rota for volunteers.
  • To assist in the liaising with prison staff to ensure the smooth operation of the service.
  • To be a signpost for visitors directing to other agencies as appropriate to need.
  • To network with outside agencies to secure appropriate points of referral for support on the relevant range of issues arising from contact with visitors.
  • To assist in the operation of the Centre ensuring the Centre is open at the specified times and being responsible for staff/volunteer deployment and in the absence of the co-ordinator.
  • To assist in reporting maintenance issues to SPS, ensuring the cleanliness of the Centre.
  • To oversee the administration required for Theraplay Moments Project which is funded by Children in Need.
  • To, in the absence of the Co-ordinator, represent the Centre at relevant external and internal meetings.
  • To assist in ensuring the security of the Centre and ensuring that Fire Regulations and Health and Safety Regulations are observed.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

1. To participate in evaluations of the Service provision, ensuring that the highest standards of care are implemented and achieved.

2. To share responsibility for the quality of service delivery, having particular regard to:-

2.1 values of confidentiality, integrity and impartiality which govern the discharge of duties and responsibilities of members of staff

2.2 the worth, rights and responsibilities of the individual

2.3 the promotion of independent choice

2.4 the protection of people who cannot protect themselves

2.5 the promotion of equality of opportunity

2.6 maintaining and improving practice standards

2.7 supporting other staff, volunteers and befrienders

2.8 the achieving of objectives

2.9 responding to visitors’ comments and opinions

GENERAL

The post holder will be expected to undertake other relevant and reasonable duties as required by senior management.

Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

Facilitate service users to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice).

Skills and Abilities: 

Essential

  • Possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Experience in the social care field.
  • Ability to work with children to develop their interest in play and to be responsible for the continual development of the play area.
  • Experience of working with volunteers.
  • Ability to work within organisations.
  • Ability to work alone and on own initiative and in the absence of the co-ordinator.
  • Sound negotiation and communication skills.
  • An active commitment to equal opportunities.
  • Honesty, reliability and commitment.
  • A willingness to learn new skills.

Desirable:

  • Knowledge of Health and Safety Regulations.
  • Experience of work with children.
  • An understanding of the Prison system.
  • Local knowledge of resources for families of prisoners.
  • A calm, considered approach.
Qualifications: 

Desirable: Qualification in Social Work or Social Care

Personal: 

As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

You will be required to have the ability to work as a member of a small staff team as well as on your own initiative. You will have an open and pro-active approach and an ability to work collaboratively and constructively with a variety of individuals and agencies. An ability to demonstrate empathy with our client group is essential. You will also have good interpersonal skills and the ability to form meaningful relationships in a cross-cultural, cross-faith setting. In doing so you will be able to set boundaries in relationships and be able to identify an appropriate level for contact initiated through the position.

This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement

Cook (Grade 1) - Services to Older People

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Job Type: 
Part Time
Job Status: 
Permanent
Hours Per Week: 
17.00
Additional information on hours: 
2 Weekend shifts
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Salary (Lowest Value): 
MG3
Salary (Highest Value): 
MG3
Salary Description: 
<p>Salary is pro rata of 38.5 hours per week.</p>
Responsible to: 
Unit Manager
Main Function: 

To prepare and serve nutritionally balanced and attractively presented meals and snacks to reflect the individual needs and requests of the service user. To ensure a high standard of hygiene and safety in the catering area and promote service user participation in the life of the home.

Main Duties: 

To plan the menus subject to agreement with the Senior Cook and Unit Manager, in order to provide varied and interesting meals and snacks for service users and staff.

To cater, where necessary, for any special diets, consulting with service users on their preferences and providing a choice of menu.

To incorporate and make the best use of fresh vegetables and fruit in the diet of service users.

To maintain a check and control of food stocks and be responsible for the ordering of stores stock.

To prepare, cook and serve meals, also to clear and wash up with the assistance of other staff, where appropriate.

To prepare “home baking” to reflect the service users wishes.

In agreement and consultation with the care staff, encourage therapeutic participation by service users in food preparation in line with Health and Safety guidelines.

To comply with Health and Safety requirements in the kitchen and other catering areas.

To ensure all aspects of current health and hygiene legislation are adhered to.

To be responsible to the Unit Manager for budgetary control.

To be involved in the life of the Unit and cater for special occasions such as parties and seasonal events.

To supervise and help train other catering staff in catering duties.

To participate in staff meetings and in training activities as and when required.

To undertake any other duties as may reasonably befall within the parameters of the post as requested by the Unit Manager or appropriate Team Leader.

Skills and Abilities: 

Previous catering experience would be desirable.

The postholder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet for completing mandatory e-learning courses.

Qualifications: 

Desirable: City and Guilds or equivalent, with a desire for further training.

Personal: 

Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

There is a requirement to participate in the organisations appraisal system.

This post requires you to either complete a Disclosure or be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

Christian Commitment: 
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Support Practitioner

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Job Type: 
Part Time
Job Status: 
Permanent
Hours Per Week: 
36.00
Additional information on hours: 
Night Shift Post
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Salary (Lowest Value): 
Salary (Highest Value): 
Salary Description: 
<p>Salary is pro rata of 38.5 hours per week.</p>
Responsible to: 
Team Leader
Main Function: 

All those employed within the CrossReach Children & Family Services will, with a commitment to our Christian values, work as part of a holistic team to deliver a service that ensures that the needs of the children, young people and their families that we support, are fully met. You will be expected to work to the highest professional standards of those working within the Children’s workforce and adhere to professional codes of practice of SSSC, GTCS and other relevant professional bodies; ensuring that the aims and objectives of CrossReach and those specific to Children & Family Services and the section within which you are based are met

All adults within our services, regardless of specific job remit & role, have a responsibility to promote a Therapeutic Environment and contribute to the Relational Health of children and young people in our services and have an understanding of how their role contributes. The following values and attributes are applicable to all those employed within Children & Family services and not solely to those whose primary role is to support the direct care and education of children and young people.
 
In undertaking your role you will be expected to demonstrate, from an asset/strengths based approach the following core principles
 
Inclusion: Understanding that our role is to ‘include’ those who, for whatever reason, have been ‘excluded’ from the mainstream of our society through

    1. Including Children, young people and families in decisions that affect their lives
    2. Listening to Children and Young People and to giving them opportunities to be accepted, understood and to give them a life free of stigma across all communities in Scotland.
    3. Using positive experiences and strengths to overcome the difficulties and barriers faced by Children and Young People
    4. Taking an active role to ensure that everyone is included within their immediate and wider community  

Relational Health: understanding the impact of our relationships and interactions with those around us, including 

    1. The impact that past experiences have on how individuals understand themselves and the world around them
    2. Understanding that our role is to provide positive experiences which can start to heal past harm and build trust through positive and genuine relationships with children, young people and their families
    3. Being mindful in all our interactions of language used – both words and tone; body language of stance & facial expression and how this may be perceived by others, based on their past experiences
    4. Being aware that your own past experiences has had an impact on who you are

 
Advocating: Understanding that our role is to ensure that all needs are met

    1. Explaining all decisions that affect individuals as well as the implications of these decisions in a way that they are able to understand.
    2. Being aware of who else and what other agencies can support individuals to have their needs met
    3. Supporting children, young people and their families to be able to communicate and express their emotions, feelings and needs in a constructive approach

The above core attributes takes cognisance of CrossReach Values

  • CrossReach Children & Families Services Values & Ethos statement
  • Getting It Right For Every Child
  • Curriculum for Excellence
  • Common Core of Skills, Knowledge & Understanding and Values for the ‘Children’s Workforce’ in Scotland

 

Main Duties: 

To meet the care needs of children and young people, as their Children & Young Person Care Mentor: GIRFEC Support Practitioner you will:
 
1. Ensure that children & young people’s primary care needs are fully met

  • Safety
  • Health
  • Active 
  • Nurtured
  • Achieving
  • Respected
  • Responsible
  • Included

 
2. Support Key-worker to meet needs of individual children and young people. This will include working in partnership with the child, young person, their family and other support agencies.     
 
3. Contribute to Assessment of needs and development of Individual care & education plans, risk assessments,
 
4.Support the implementation of strategies that support care & education plans
 
5. Promote and strengthen Relational health through actively developing and role modelling positive and genuine relationships, using the principles of Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy [P.A.C.E.]   
 
6. Promote equality for all individuals.
 
7. Undertake core training which will enhance your skills in meeting children’s & young people needs, strengthen relationships and enable you to confidently manage challenging events and behaviours

  • Ethos & Values
  • Child Development and Attachment
  • Child Protection
  • Assessment
  • Therapeutic Crisis Interventions

8. Promote communication with children and young people where there are communication difficulties.

 
9. Support children and young people when they are emotionally, psychologically and socially isolated and distressed.
 
10. Support children and young people to be actively included in their family and community
 
11. Empower children and young people to make use of available services and information.
 
12. Contribute to the health, well being, safety and security of children and young people and their environment. This includes following policy and protocols such as:

  • Shift Planning Protocols
  • Communication Protocol
  • Significant Adverse Events Protocol  
  • Understanding and Managing Challenging Events & Behaviours

13. Promote the health & well-being of all young people within a professional Christian framework in a sensitive caring manner, affording them dignity and respect.

14. Actively promote, participate and support children & young people to develop home management skills, by undertaking the following tasks:

  • Household shopping
  • Preparation of meals
  • Laundry & Cleaning
  • General low level maintenance & decoration
  • Garden & grounds maintenance   

15. Contribute information for Assessment, LAAC Reviews, Children’s Hearings reports and any other relevant meetings.

16. Work a flexible pattern of shifts over the period of a rota and participate in additional hours of duty if required, including any sleepover shifts allocated to you.

17. Undertake any other duties or responsibilities that may be required from time to time.

18. Actively promote, support and participate with children and young people in their learning opportunities within the 24 hour Curriculum, through the whole day.

19. Actively participate with and involve children and young people in physical activities, hobbies and interests that enhances their health and wellbeing and strengthens their relational health with others.

19. Accompany children and young people to various events and meetings off site i.e. family visits, activities, health appointments, review meetings, etc

 PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

As part of the staff team to play an active part in the formulation of a yearly plan. Thereafter to be committed to working towards meeting the objectives identified.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

Through the direction of the Team Leader to be committed to ensuring that Quality Assurance Systems are adhered to. To maintain an awareness of commitment to the Scottish Social Services Codes of Practise.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

To register with the Scottish Social Services Council and be committed to ongoing professional development in line with the requirements of the SSSC Codes of Practice.

To participate in staff development programme and attend meetings, training courses and seminars as required.

To maintain professional standards & responsibility for ensuring that you meet minimum standards required for SSSC registration
 
FINANCIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT
 
To ensure that client records are maintained in line with the CrossReach policies.
 
To contribute to the maintenance of systems to gather, record and store information/data.
 
To be responsible for accurate reporting and recording of information contained within

  • Daily logs i.e. individual case notes; journal; individual work record (care & SW); record of work (education)   
  • Reports relating to significant adverse event e.g. TCI where physical intervention has occurred

To ensure that all communication is accurate and timely with

  • Children and Young people
  • Colleagues
  • Duty manager in adverse events or changes to agreed plans
  • Parents and carers
  • External colleagues and agencies

Manage any financial requirements of the young people cared for within the agreed systems.
 
To ensure that all information relating to service users is kept strictly confidential in line with CrossReach Policy and the Data Protection Act 1998.
 
LIAISON
 
To support management team in the promotion of services and to maintain close working relationships, as required, with all relevant professionals involved in the care of children, young people and their families, maintaining effective communication and co-operation with relatives and friend of children & young peoples

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GENERAL
 
Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship
 
Facilitate SU’s to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice as required by the role).
 

Skills and Abilities: 

Experience in the field of care and/or education

1.  A reflective and person centred approach with the ability to restore & strengthen relationships through relationships

2. Good communication skills combined with good planning, reporting and recording skills whilst effectively using current IT systems
 
3. Commitment to providing learning opportunities for children and young people and a dedication to the best possible outcomes for children and young people

 

4. The postholder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet for completing mandatory e-learning courses.

Qualifications: 

Essential

Children & Young Person Care Mentor – will be required to be registered with Scottish Social Services Council [SSSC] and have or attain within the registration period the minimum qualification of HNC Social Care and SVQ Level 3.

Desirable

  • Knowledge & Understanding of Attachment Theory informed Practice 
  • Experience of group work
  • A full driving licence or commitment to achieving this within agreed time scale
Personal: 

1. As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

 

2. This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

 

3. This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards & criteria for registration.

 

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement

Make the Quick and Easy Scarf

 

Make the Quick and Easy Scarf today!

Enjoy knitting this as a quick but lovely, warm gift to yourself or a last minute Christmas present. Put on a good Christmas film, and the fire, and relax as you knit!

Relief Care Worker Services To Older People

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Job Type: 
Relief
Job Status: 
Permanent
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Salary (Highest Value): 
Salary Description: 
<p>Per hour</p>
Responsible to: 
Unit Manager
Main Function: 

The general task required of Relief Care Worker shall be as follows, but variance in emphasis may occur in particular establishments.

To work within a multi disciplinary team to meet the need of the service user.

Main Duties: 

1. Assist service users with personal and intimate care.

2. Assist service users to access and use any aids and personal equipment that is required.

3. Liaise with other appropriate health professionals at times of service users illness or/at the end of life.

4. Assist in the promotion of mental and physical activity of service users as detailed in individual care plans.

5. Ensure that service users physical environment is maintained to a high standard.

6. Ensure that service users clothing and effects are personalised and maintained to a high standard.

7. Assist with monitoring and reviewing service users nutritional needs in line with the care plan.

8. Answer emergency bells, the door and telephone, and greet visitors in a professional manner.

9. Be responsible for reading and writing reports in line with CrossReach’s Policy and Procedures and SSSC codes of conduct.

10. Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

11. Facilitate service users to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice).

Skills and Abilities: 

The postholder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet for completing mandatory e-learning courses.

Qualifications: 

Ideally you will possess an SVQ 3 in Social Care.  If you do not you will be expected to achieve an SVQ 3 in a specified period of time.

Personal: 

As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards & criteria for registration.

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement

Care Worker - Services To Older People

Please select the Job Title you wish to advertise: 
Job Type: 
Part Time
Job Status: 
Temporary
Job Status Details: 
Maternity Leave cover for up to 2 years
Hours Per Week: 
35.00
Additional information on hours: 
To be worked over 5 days
Service Managers Cant Edit these
Salary (Lowest Value): 
Salary (Highest Value): 
Salary Description: 
<p>Salary is pro rata of 38.5 hours per week. A salary qualification bar applies.</p>
Responsible to: 
Unit Manager
Main Function: 

The general task required of Care Worker shall be as follows, but variance in emphasis may occur in particular establishments.

To work within a multi disciplinary team to meet the need of the service user.

Main Duties: 

1. To act as a key worker for designated service users. Compile, monitor and review care plans in consultation with relevant stakeholders.

2. Assist service users with personal and intimate care.

3. Assist service users to access and use any aids and personal equipment that is required.

4. Liaise with other appropriate health professionals at times of service users illness or/at the end of life.

5. Assist in the promotion of mental and physical activity of service users as detailed in individual care plans.

6. Ensure that service users physical environment is maintained to a high standard.

7. Ensure that service users clothing and effects are personalised and maintained to a high standard.

8. Assist with monitoring and reviewing service users nutritional needs in line with the care plan.

9. Answer emergency bells, the door and telephone, and greet visitors in a professional manner.

10. Be responsible for reading and writing reports in line with CrossReach’s Policy and Procedures and SSSC codes of conduct.

11. Participate in staff and service users meetings as required.

12. Work on a rota basis involving weekend and evening work.

13. Comply with all Health and Safety requirements in line with current Policies including risk assessments.

14. Undertake any training deemed necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role.

15. Comply with CrossReach financial procedures.

16. Have respect for all aspects of Christian worship.

17. Facilitate service users to attend Christian worship (or worship of choice).

Skills and Abilities: 

The post holder must possess basic computer literacy skills including use of Microsoft Office and the internet.

Qualifications: 

Ideally you will possess an SVQ 111 in Social Care.

If you do not you will be expected to achieve an SVQ 111 in a specified period of time

Personal: 

As we do our work in Christ’s name you must be respectful of our Christian Ethos and be able to work within it.

This post requires you to be a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and undertake the necessary vetting checks.

This post requires you to be registered with SSSC and it is your professional responsibility to ensure that you meet the standards & criteria for registration.

Christian Commitment: 
Tick this box if this post does NOT have a Genuine Occupational Requirement
Additional Information: 

This post is temporary to cover for maternity leave over a 2 year period.

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