Employment

About Employment at Glencraig

Are you the kind of person who wants their work to help improve others’ lives in a meaningful and valued way? Camphill Community Glencraig at Cultra is looking for just that kind of person! Our vision is to provide a caring, nurturing environment within a community setting set upon our 100 acre estate of fields, forests and brooks.

We are looking for empathetic and caring staff who share our values and have a desire to help improve and add to the quality of life and well-being of our residents. And just as with our service-users, we believe that well-being at work is about creating an environment that promotes a state of contentment; something that allows employees to flourish and achieve their full potential, not only for themselves but also for the community.

Current Vacancies are as follows;

 

20/33/SSW/WEB – Senior Support Worker

 

Closing date: 4pm, Tuesday, 4th August 2020

 

As part of Glencraig Adult services, the Senior Support Worker will assist the Group Leaders within the Adult Residential community to provide the highest possible standard of support and care to the adult residents with complex needs and challenging behaviour.

Salary:                         3 point incremental scale commencing on £19698.00 - £20,493.00 per annum pro rata. Enhanced pay rate for weekends 7am-10pm.

Contract:                       Permanent

Hours:                           38 hours per week

Essential Criteria:            

  • NVQ Level III OR equivalent in a Health & Social Care related discipline
  • Registered with NISCC
  • Basic Numeracy and literacy skills (English language)
  • Registered or agreeable to applying for registration with the N Ireland Social Care Council
  • Demonstrable evidence of 1 years’ experience working in a caring and/or educational support field.

 

Desirable Criteria:           

  • Qualification in Health & Social Care, Social Sciences
  • Experience in education or health and social care setting
  • Experience in working with individuals with a disability
  • Experience of dealing with challenging behaviour
  • Knowledge of principles of curative education or social therapy based on Anthroposophical ideas
  • Awareness of the ethos of Camphill movement and principles of Rudolf Steiner

 For an application pack please click the following link; /sites/default/files/200721%20CCGJDPS%20AP%20MFDF%20SSW%2020-33.pdf       

 

       

20/32/GL/WEB – Full Time Group Leader: Adult Residential

Closing date:              4pm – Wednesday, 5th August 2020

As part of Glencraig Adult services, the Group Leader will enable young adults and adult residents who have learning disabilities and challenging behaviour, to pursue a valued lifestyle by supporting them with personal care as well as with social, emotional, spiritual and daily activity needs.  The Group Leader will mentor and supervise the Support Team within the Adult Residential Department.  

Salary:                                5 point incremental scale commencing on £24,780 to £27,359 per annum dependent on level of qualification

Hours of Work:                 40 hours per week, fully flexible to include unsocial hours, evenings and weekends

Length of Contract:         Permanent

Essential Criteria:            

  • NVQ Level 4 in Health & Social Care OR a diploma/certificate to National Occupational Standards in a Health & Social Care related discipline
  • Registered or agreeable to applying for registration with the N. Ireland Social Care Council
  • Demonstrable evidence of 1 years’ experience working with people in a care/support capacity within the last 2 years
  • Be flexible to work on a rota basis that includes unsocial hours and weekends

 

  • Desirable Criteria:           
  • QCF Level 5 In Health and Social Care/Adult Residential Management
  • Experience in running or assisting in the running of a house for residents with learning disabilities
  • Experience of managing staff and/or volunteers

   Please click the following link for an application pack; /sites/default/files/200701%20GL%20CCGJDPS%20AP%20MFDF%20%2820-32%29.pdf                                                  

Please contact HR@glencraig.org.uk for further information about our current vacancies.