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Our jobs are open to people new to social care, as well as those wishing to develop their current social care careers. Please browse the below jobs, and feel free to reach out to the hiring manager for more information before you apply.

Current Jobs

Closing Date: 05/06/2024

Peripatetic Team Leader

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £29,093.47 per annum Location: Edinburgh
Post: Peripatetic Team Leader at withYOU
Service: Older Peoples’ Services
Hours: Full Time – 36h p/w 
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis
Salary: £29,093.47 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 social care supervisor to join our expanding team. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone passionate about a career in social care who wants to expand their social care experience in a managerial role. Above all we want someone that shares in our values. Our mission is to provide expert services that make a positive impact for people who require support with independent living. Our people are passionate caring professionals, thriving within our progressive learning environment.
Role and Responsibilities:
·       Provide management cover in any of our services for periods of time
·       Apply your knowledge of best practice, codes of practice and current regulations in the social care sector and ensure the provision of a high quality and socially inclusive service
·       Manage support plans and contribute to support reviews alongside Service Managers
·       Work with Service Managers on service referrals and staff interviewing & selection procedures
·       Assist in monitoring the service’s progress against an agreed business plan including evaluating work and implementing changes to improve results
·       Develop, implement and monitor action plans for any team-led changes or external recommendations from the Care Inspectorate, Quality Assurance or Business Assurance;
·       Contribute, in consultation with the Service Manager and the with YOU Finance team, each year’s budget and ensure the financial targets are met;
·       Develop constructive relationships with national and local statutory, voluntary and community agencies to ensure appropriate resources, support and understanding of the service;
·       Deputise for the Service Manager, assuming the responsibilities in their absence.
Essential Skills and Attributes:
·       Experience providing support and development to a team
·       Partnership working and collaboration
·       IT literacy and ability to use and understand data to make informed service decisions
·       Qualified to the level required by the SSSC for as a manager in housing support services and care at home services or willingness to work towards and to successfully complete qualification within the SSSC specified timeframe.
About the Service
We offer a range of support in Edinburgh working in partnership to build trust to older people to live independently and be engaged in communities. We offer supported accommodation in Edinburgh with the goal to Identify personal outcomes and build on skills to support living well and living life together.
Additional Notes:
Shift work, weekend work and sleepovers may be a requirement of this role, sleepovers attract an additional payment. 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: 16/06/2024

Team Leader

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £29,093.47 Location: Midlothian
Closing Date: 29/05/2024

Support Worker

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Midlothian
Closing Date: 05/06/2024

Finance Business Partner

Temporary - Full Time

Salary: £40,000 per annum Location: Edinburgh/hybrid with travel to withYOU service locations required

Are you a newly qualified accountant looking to take the next step in your finance career?

withYOU are looking for a Finance Business Partner on a 1 year FTC basis, who will work closely with the Head of Finance and Resources, Service Managers and one other Finance Business Partner to provide support during a period of organisational transformation.

This role would suit a newly qualified accountant and will focus on our care services. Building strong relationships will be key to success in this position.

Download and application form and apply via our Breathe system here

Closing Date: 29/05/2024

Night Support Worker – Homelessness

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Midlothian
Night Support Worker at withYOU
Post: 
Night Support Worker – Homelessness
Service: More information on our service provisions can be found here: Services – withYOU
Location: Penicuik, Midlothian
Hours: Full Time and Part Time
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis, Night Shift 
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 Night Support Workers to join our expanding teams across Midlothian. 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.

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: 

We offer a range of support across Midlothian through our Midlothian Temporary accommodation partnership. We provide a range of service models including, Housing First and Tenancy Support with support being provided in people’s homes. 

We have various temporary accommodations across Midlothian that provide support for individuals, families’ and young people.   We encourage engagement to support people to develop life skills and decision-making capabilities to become active and engaged in their communities. 

Additional Notes 
·         PVG scheme membership and SSSC registration are requirements of this post.
Closing Date: 24/05/2024

Support Worker

Permanent - Part Time

Salary: £12.50 per hour Location: Danderhall, Midlothian
We are looking to recruit a caring, motivated support worker who is local to this area, to support and prompt with some household tasks and social support.
To support them to access community resources in order to maximise their quality of life and support their personal choice.
If you are chatty, motivated, and caring, then please get in touch.
Closing Date: 20/05/2024

Support Worker – Learning Disability and Neurodiversity 

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: 23,400 Location: Edinburgh
** APPLICATIONS WILL BE VOID WITH NO APPLICATION FORM ATTACHED – CVs NOT ACCEPTED**

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: Various across  Edinburgh and The Lothians
Hours: Full Time
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis, Day Shift & Night Shift
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.
Please apply via our Breathe system here: https://hr.breathehr.com/v/support-worker-learning-disability-33834
Closing Date: 02/05/2024

Support Worker – Older People’s Services

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £23,400 Location: Edinburgh
** APPLICATIONS WILL BE VOID WITH NO APPLICATION FORM ATTACHED – CVs NOT ACCEPTED**

Support Worker at withYOU

Post: Support Worker – Older People

Service: More information on our service provisions can be found here: Services – withYOU
Location: Edinburgh
Hours: Full Time
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis, Day Shift & Night Shift
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 two 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.

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.
·         Applications will be reviewed fortnightly on a rolling basis.
Please apply through our Breathe system here: Vacancy (breathehr.com)
Closing Date: 13/05/2024

Support Worker – Housing First

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £23,400 Location: Midlothian

** APPLICATIONS WILL BE VOID WITH NO APPLICATION FORM ATTACHED – CVs NOT ACCEPTED**

Support Worker at withYOU
Post: Support Worker – Housing First

Service: More information on our service provisions can be found here: Services – withYOU
Location: Midlothian (On the Road – Desirable access to own vehicle)

Hours: Full Time
Shifts: Various – Rota Basis, Day Shift & Night Shift
Salary: £12.50 p/h
Contract: Permanent

Are looking for a new challenge, or want to share your skills in a new post?

We are looking for a new Housing First Worker to join our team, delivering Housing First Across Midlothian.
We are looking for someone who is passionate about changing expectations and experiences of people we support, many of whom have experienced significant trauma, exclusion and stigma. They often engage in risk taking behaviours that put their physical and mental health, and their lives at risk. Despite the challenges they face they have incredible resilience, survival skills and a wicked sense of humour. They know what a good, and not so good service looks like.

In Housing First we work with people who have current and previous experiences of rough sleeping into their own tenancies to support them in fostering safety, choice and control in their lives. You’ll be based in the community, working one to one with individuals to provide person-centred, trauma informed support linking in with other agencies and partners as required.

As part of our Housing First team you’ll contribute to the development of our Service, provide support to colleagues and work to improve outcomes for the people we support.

Key Tasks:

  • To promote choice, well-being and the protection of service users from the risk of danger, harm or abuse
  •  To work with service users to develop and deliver person-centered support plans that achieve the best possible outcomes for people who use the service.
  • To encourage people who use services to take an active role in their support and in all decisions relating to them or their support.
  • To work with people who use services to match their individual needs to the effective use of community resources in order to maximize independence and quality of life
  • To provide support to service users and respond positively to challenging behaviour
  • To provide practical assistance for domestic and personal needs to people as required, whilst encouraging personal responsibility and maximization of personal choice
  • To act as an advocate, or facilitate advocacy, where appropriate by acting on behalf of people who use the service
  • To promote effective communication and joint working with partnership agencies to ensure the best possible outcomes for service users
  •  To establish and maintain effective links with local community services
  • To participate in the monitoring and evaluation of services provided to people who use the service
  • To record and report information in accordance with operational guidelines and regulatory requirements
  • To promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security within the working environment
  •  Attend and contribute effectively to meetings as required
Training and qualifications:
Essential:
– SVQ 3 social care or willing to work towards
– SSSC RegisteredDesirable:
– Trauma informed practice
– Assist / MHFA / SafeTalk trained
– Naloxone trained
– Mental Health or Substance Use qualificationsExperience:
Essential:
– Providing support to people with a range of experiences including homelessness,
mental ill health and/or substance use
– Working in a fast paced environment which requires quick decision makingDesirable:
– Lived experience of homelessness
– Experience of working with a range of agencies as a team
– Networking and connecting skills

Knowledge and Skills:
Essential:
– Experience of working with people with a variety of individual and cultural beliefs
– Ability to use empathy and relational skills to build positive relationships with our community and colleagues
– Understanding of, and ability to work within, ethical and relational boundaries
– Ability to work independently and as part of a team
– Desire to reflect, learn and develop innovate practice

Desirable:
– Knowledge and understanding of homelessness, addictions and mental health
– Understanding of services that support homelessness, substance use and mental health
– Evidence of good communication skills; written, verbal and digital

Personal:
Essential:
– Being a positive person who leads by example
– Have a willingness to learn and adapt to each situation

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


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

Please apply through our Breathe system here: Vacancy (breathehr.com)

Closing Date: 02/05/2024

Senior Support Worker – Eastfield

Permanent - Full Time

Salary: £13.75 per hour Location: Penicuik, Midlothian

Who we are looking for: 

We are looking for a Senior Support Worker to support and develop our team at our high support needs service Eastfield. We would love to hear from you if you are dynamic, flexible, passionate and able to lead by example.
Above all we want someone that shares in our values. Our mission is to provide positive, life changing support, delivered by inspiring, professional staff. 
 

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