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Current Jobs

Closing Date: 08/08/2024

Support Worker – Peffer

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Edinburgh
Support Worker at withYOU
Post: Support Worker
Service: Learning Disability & Neurodiversity  
Hours: 36 hours per week 
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis
Salary: £12.50 p/h
Contract: Permanent 

withYOU 

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.

Why work with us? 
We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes:

  • 6% employer pension contribution
  • Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Fully funded qualifications
  • Career development and progression opportunities
Who we are looking for
We are looking for a hard working and enthusiastic support worker to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone passionate about a career in social care who wants to gain valuable hands-on experience and enhance their skillset. Above all we want someone that shares in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff.

As a support worker, you will support people to achieve their ambitions and live as independent a life as possible both at home and in the community.

 Role and Responsibilities:
  • Provide support that positively impacts the person we support’s health and wellbeing
  • Contribute and implement support plans
  • Be responsible for the delivery of all support and its administration, including personal care, tenancy support, health needs (including assistance with medication), personal development, emotional needs and inclusion.
Essential Skills and Attributes
  • Empathetic and Patient
  • Compassionate
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative
  • Ability to engage in continuous development, including formal learning
  • Qualified to the level required by the SSSC as a support worker in a housing support service and care at home service, or a willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.
Desired Skills and Attributes:
  • If you’re starting a career in social care, or are already working in social care but don’t have the qualifications just yet, we will support you to gain the appropriate qualifications needed to register without condition with the SSSC.
  • We want to encourage our staff and their own personal development. Training will be provided to help you excel in your role. We offer funded SCQF levelled qualifications, such as SVQs and HNCs as part of your development plan.
About the Service
Working together we adopt a partnership, building trust and to develop an individual plan.  We focus on potential, building confidence and skills to meet the individual’s goals. Setting goals in partnership to support mental health and emotions, developing and building on skills whilst providing practical and day-today support to live independently. We help strengthen relationships with family, friends and the community.

We recognise that tailored support will vary according to individual’s needs and reflect this through the support that we offer. This can range from 24/7 support to less frequent engagement. Working together we support and build the essential everyday skills to live independently.

Additional Notes 
  • Shift work and weekend work may be a requirement of this role. Flexible working arrangements are also available. These can be discussed at your interview.
  • PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.
  • if you wish to apply for this role, please send the application form to recruitment@withyou.support
Closing Date: 04/08/2024

Support Worker

Permanent - Full Time/Part Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Various

Support Worker at withYOU
Post: Support Workers
Location: Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian, West Lothian
Hours: Full time, part time and relief contracts available
Shifts: Various – rota basis
Salary: £12.50 p/h
Contract: Permanent
withYOU

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.

Why work with us?

We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes:

· 6% employer pension contribution

· Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)

· Enhanced Sick Pay

· Fully funded qualifications

· Career development and progression opportunities

Who we are looking for:

We are looking for hard working and enthusiastic support workers to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for those passionate about a career in social care who want to gain valuable hands-on experience and enhance their skillset. Above all we want people that share in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life-changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff. Previous experience in a support role is preferred but not essential.

As a support worker, you will support people to achieve their ambitions and live as independent a life as possible both at home and in the community.

Role and Responsibilities:

· Provide support that positively impacts the person we support’s health and wellbeing.

· Contribute and implement support plans.

· Be responsible for the delivery of all support and its administration, including personal care, tenancy support, health needs (including assistance with medication), personal development, emotional needs and inclusion.

Essential Skills and Attributes

· Empathetic and Patient

· Compassionate

· Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative.

· Ability to engage in continuous development, including formal learning.

· Qualified to the level required by the SSSC as a support worker in a housing support service and care at home service, or a willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.

Desired Skills and Attributes:

· If you’re starting a career in social care or are already working in social care but don’t have the qualifications just yet, we will support you to gain the appropriate qualifications needed to register without condition with the SSSC.

· We want to encourage our staff and their own personal development. Training will be provided to help you excel in your role. We offer funded SCQF levelled qualifications, such as SVQs and HNCs as part of your development plan.

Additional Notes

· PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.

Closing Date: 10/07/2024

Support Worker – Caltongate

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Edinburgh
Closing Date: 18/07/2024

Payroll Officer

Temporary - Part Time

Salary: £32,046.34 pro rata Location: Edinburgh/hybrid
Closing Date: 08/07/2024

Support Worker – West Lothian Mental Health Service

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Livingston
Closing Date: 08/07/2024

Support Worker – West Lothian Mental Health Service

Permanent - Part Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Livingston
Closing Date: 27/06/2024

Development Partner – Business Development

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £40,000 per annum Location: Edinburgh
Post: Development Partner – Business Development
Hours: Full time
Salary: £40,000 per annum
Contract: Permanent
withYOU 

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.

Why work with us?

We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes:

  • 6% employer pension contribution
  • Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)
  • Enhanced Sick Pay
  • Fully funded qualifications
  • Career development and progression opportunities
Who we are looking for

We are looking for an experienced Business Development Professional who is looking for a new challenge. WithYOU is at an exciting point in our journey. This post will have a high level of input and involvement in future business development opportunities that withYOU will explore. The successful candidate will work closely alongside the Head of Development to ensure the organisation is able to respond to tender opportunities, develop new service models and maximise income generation opportunities.  The post will be part of the highly skilled Development Team.
 We have ambitious plans for the future and are keen to expand our work into other areas across Scotland. As part of that, we are in the process of finalising a rebrand and new organisational name. We are also in the process of a large-scale transformation of our services and operations.

Critical Role elements of the Development Partner – Business Development 

 
Support the delivery of key business development priorities, including:
  • Prospect Management & Pipeline tracking
  • Bid Management
  • Solution Build for new contract opportunities
  • Income generation opportunities, including trust and grants
  • Work closely with Development colleagues to design, develop and implement new models of service delivery
  • Bring commercial acumen to ensure that we can develop our existing services to meet the needs of people and commissioners, replicate existing models, and develop new models to meet new needs of People, commissioners and funders.
  • In collaboration with the Head of Development and Service Managers, create and maintain locality Growth and Development Plans.
  • Contribute to the development & implementation of the strategic and operational plan.
  • Work with SLT, Managers, and staff teams to develop modern, effective, and evidence-informed ways of working, policies and procedures.
  • Take a lead role in coordinating the organisation’s response to Tenders and Funding applications, overseeing solution build and bid management processes. Actively take on writing proposals, responses and applications and be able to lead virtual teams of colleagues in responding to new opportunities.
  • Undertake regular mapping of landscapes, ensuring we are aware of external trends, competitors, and possible partnerships and that we quickly identify opportunities to develop or grow and respond to these opportunities in an efficient and agile way.
  • Represent the organisation at external events and maintain organisational relationships with stakeholders.
  • Actively build relationships with stakeholders that support our work.
  • Commitment to the development of your learning and practice within Business Development.

 

Please apply via our Breathe system here.

 

If you have any questions about the role please contact us at recruitment@withyou.support

Closing Date: 28/06/2024

Waking Nights Support Worker – Learning Disability and Neurodiversity

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Edinburgh
Support Worker at withYOU
Post: Support Worker – Learning Disability and Neurodiversity 
Service: More information on our service provisions can be found here: Services – withYOU
Location: Edinburgh 
Hours: 31.5 hours per week on a four-on-four off rota pattern 
Shifts: Waking night shifts
Salary: £12.50 p/h
Contract: Permanent
withYOU 

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.

Why work with us? 

We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes:

·         6% employer pension contribution
·         Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)
·         Enhanced Sick Pay
·         Fully funded qualifications

·         Career development and progression opportunities

Who we are looking for:

We are looking for hard working and enthusiastic support workers to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for those passionate about a career in social care who want to gain valuable hands-on experience and enhance their skillset. Above all we want people that share in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life-changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff. Previous experience in a support role is preferred but not essential.

As a support worker, you will support people to achieve their ambitions and live as independent a life as possible both at home and in the community.

 Role and Responsibilities:
·         Provide support that positively impacts the person we support’s health and wellbeing.
·         Contribute and implement support plans.

·         Be responsible for the delivery of all support and its administration, including personal care, tenancy support, health needs (including assistance with medication), personal development, emotional needs and inclusion.

Essential Skills and Attributes
·         Empathetic and Patient
·         Compassionate
·         Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative.
·         Ability to engage in continuous development, including formal learning.

·         Qualified to the level required by the SSSC as a support worker in a housing support service and care at home service, or a willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.

Desired Skills and Attributes:
·         If you’re starting a career in social care or are already working in social care but don’t have the qualifications just yet, we will support you to gain the appropriate qualifications needed to register without condition with the SSSC.

·         We want to encourage our staff and their own personal development. Training will be provided to help you excel in your role. We offer funded SCQF levelled qualifications, such as SVQs and HNCs as part of your development plan.

Additional Notes 
·         Shift work, weekend work and sleepovers may be a requirement of this role.
·         PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.
Closing Date: 23/07/2024

Support Worker – Midlothian

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £23,400 per annum Location: Dalkeith

Please apply via our Breathe system here.

 

Support Worker at withYOU 

Post: Support Worker 

Service: Learning Disability & Mental Health  

Hours: 36 hours or 18 hours

Shifts: Various – Rota Basis 

Salary: £12.50 p/h 

Contract: Permanent  

withYOU  

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.  

Why work with us?  

We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes: 

  • 6% employer pension contribution 
  • Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)  
  • Enhanced Sick Pay  
  • Fully funded qualifications  
  • Career development and progression opportunities  

Who we are looking for 

We are looking for a hard working and enthusiastic support worker to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone passionate about a career in social care who wants to gain valuable hands-on experience and enhance their skillset. Above all we want someone that shares in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff.   

As a support worker, you will support people to achieve their ambitions and live as independent a life as possible both at home and in the community.  

 

 

 

 

Role and Responsibilities: 

  • Provide support that positively impacts the person we support’s health and wellbeing 
  • Contribute and implement support plans  
  • Be responsible for the delivery of all support and its administration, including personal care, tenancy support, health needs (including assistance with medication), personal development, emotional needs and inclusion.  

Essential Skills and Attributes 

  • Empathetic and Patient 
  • Compassionate 
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative 
  • Ability to engage in continuous development, including formal learning  
  • Qualified to the level required by the SSSC as a support worker in a housing support service and care at home service, or a willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.  

Desired Skills and Attributes: 

  • If you’re starting a career in social care, or are already working in social care but don’t have the qualifications just yet, we will support you to gain the appropriate qualifications needed to register without condition with the SSSC.  
  • We want to encourage our staff and their own personal development. Training will be provided to help you excel in your role. We offer funded SCQF levelled qualifications, such as SVQs and HNCs as part of your development plan.  

About the Service 

Our service provides physical, emotional and social support to people in their own homes, throughout the local community across Midlothian and East Lothian.  

Working together we adopt a partnership, building trust and to develop an individual plan.  Focusing on potential, building confidence and skills to meet the individual’s goals. Setting goals in partnership to support mental health and emotions, developing and building on skills whilst providing practical and day-today support to live independently.  Help strengthen relationships with family, friends and their community. 

We recognise that tailored support will vary according to individual’s needs and reflect this through the support that we offer. This can range from 24/7 support to less frequent engagement.  Working together we support and build the essential everyday skills to live independently.  

Additional Notes  

  • Shift work, weekend work and sleepovers may be a requirement of this role. Flexible working arrangements are also available. These can be discussed at your interview.  
  • PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.  

 

 

Closing Date: 28/06/2024

Support Worker – East Lothian

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £23,400 per annum Location: Tranent

Support Worker at withYOU 

Post: Support Worker 

Service: Learning Disability & Mental Health  

Hours: 36 hours per week

Shifts: Various – Rota Basis 

Salary: £12.50 p/h 

Contract: Permanent  

withYOU  

We are a charity with decades of experience supporting people across Scotland, providing those who need us with support that ranges from Mental Health, Learning Disability and Neurodiversity, Youth and Adult homelessness and Older People services.  

Why work with us?  

We have the following benefits to help attract and retain the best talent, ensuring we provide high quality care to those we support, this includes: 

  • 6% employer pension contribution 
  • Death in benefit cover (2 times salary)  
  • Enhanced Sick Pay  
  • Fully funded qualifications  
  • Career development and progression opportunities  

Who we are looking for 

We are looking for a hard working and enthusiastic support worker to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone passionate about a career in social care who wants to gain valuable hands-on experience and enhance their skillset. Above all we want someone that shares in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff.   

As a support worker, you will support people to achieve their ambitions and live as independent a life as possible both at home and in the community.  

 

Role and Responsibilities: 

  • Provide support that positively impacts the person we support’s health and wellbeing 
  • Contribute and implement support plans  
  • Be responsible for the delivery of all support and its administration, including personal care, tenancy support, health needs (including assistance with medication), personal development, emotional needs and inclusion.  

Essential Skills and Attributes 

  • Empathetic and Patient 
  • Compassionate 
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on your own initiative 
  • Ability to engage in continuous development, including formal learning  
  • Qualified to the level required by the SSSC as a support worker in a housing support service and care at home service, or a willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.  

Desired Skills and Attributes: 

  • If you’re starting a career in social care, or are already working in social care but don’t have the qualifications just yet, we will support you to gain the appropriate qualifications needed to register without condition with the SSSC.  
  • We want to encourage our staff and their own personal development. Training will be provided to help you excel in your role. We offer funded SCQF levelled qualifications, such as SVQs and HNCs as part of your development plan.  

About the Service 

Our service provides physical, emotional and social support to people in their own homes, throughout the local community across Midlothian and East Lothian.  

Working together we adopt a partnership, building trust and to develop an individual plan.  Focusing on potential, building confidence and skills to meet the individual’s goals. Setting goals in partnership to support mental health and emotions, developing and building on skills whilst providing practical and day-today support to live independently.  Help strengthen relationships with family, friends and their community. 

We recognise that tailored support will vary according to individual’s needs and reflect this through the support that we offer. This can range from 24/7 support to less frequent engagement.  Working together we support and build the essential everyday skills to live independently.  

Additional Notes  

  • Shift work, weekend work and sleepovers may be a requirement of this role. Flexible working arrangements are also available. These can be discussed at your interview.  
  • PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.  

Please apply via our Breathe system here.