ago74 days ago
Based in Brighton & Hove, up to 30 hours per week.
To apply for this position, please fill in an application form on the Grace Eyre website: https://www.grace-eyre.org/jobs/
The Grace Eyre Foundation is a charity that has been working with people with learning disabilities since 1898. Based in Sussex and some areas in London our mission is to work towards being led by people with learning disabilities and deliver high quality housing, support and activities in their local communities. People with learning disabilities who use our services tell us that they want “good support from kind and friendly people” – so that is what we are looking for!
Grace Eyre Choices is recruiting in the outreach service across Brighton and Hove supporting people with learning disabilities, Autism, and other complex needs in the Brighton and Hove area. The role involves lone working in the community, promoting individuals’ independence by working in a person centred way, enabling them to build on their strengths and achieve their goals, dreams and wishes.
We support people with all aspects of their lives, such as daily living skills, medication, personal care and finances as well as accessing community activities. If you are motivated, enthusiastic and wish to provide a high quality service for people with learning disabilities and Autism we would love to hear from you.
We would like to hear from experienced support workers as well as those who want to gain experience and training with an established charity in a rewarding and ever-changing sector.
Staff benefits include childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, pension, training and development and contractual holiday pay. Grace Eyre has been accredited as an Investors in People employer and we have also been awarded the ‘two ticks’ positive about disability symbol by the JobCentrePlus.
Grace Eyre is an equal opportunities employer. We aim to have a workforce that represents the communities that we work in and the people who use our services. No applicant for employment or employee will be treated less favourably than another on grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, gender, sexual orientation, marriage & civil partnership or pregnancy & maternity, and we encourage applications from people with learning disabilities or identify with being on the autistic spectrum/neurodiverse.
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