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Support Assistant Merthyr

Contract:
Contract
Category:
Full Time
Job Sector:
Charity / Not for Profit, Nursing / Social Care
Region:
South Wales
Location:
Merthyr Tydfil
Salary description:
£18, 453 per annum
Posted:
20/12/2017
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
Llamau
Job Ref:
SA06merthyr

Support Assistant  - Merthyr

Support Assistant required for Full time hours in Merthyr Young Peoples Services

Ref:SA08 Merthyr

Salary: £18,453 per annum 

Full Time 

Permanent

We are looking for an enthusiastic person to join our team of Llamau colleagues who believe in our young people and will engage and support them to achieve their potential and beyond.

The Support Assistant role involves ensuring the safe running and maintenance of a project, recording and reporting incidents that arise in accordance with Llamau’s procedures, and working alongside support workers to support the implementation of Individual Support Plans at all times.

Hours:

Full time consisting of 2 x night shifts (4.45pm – 9.45am with ‘sleep in’ hours, but available to deal with urgent issues around support and security during the night) and 2 x daytime shifts of 7 hours each per week.

Flexibility is required for attendance at e.g. Team Meetings / Full Team Meetings / Support & supervisions etc.

For more information about the role please contact janeoates@llamau.org.uk

Please return applications by: 12 noon Wednesday 3rd January 2018 to careers@llamau.org.uk 

Closing Date: 03 January 2018

Company Description

Llamau is the leading Homelessness Charity for the most vulnerable Young People and Women in Wales.

The word Llamau means steps, progression or threshold in old Welsh, and our ultimate aim is to support the people who use our services in making these positive steps.

We’ve become a ‘provider of choice’ because of our ability and reputation for working with all young people and vulnerable women. We are particularly well known for engaging with those at risk - particularly care leavers, young offenders, those at risk of offending, victims of domestic abuse, and people who have chaotic and disadvantaged lifestyles. They all need high levels of individual support to gain the necessary skills to live independently and integrate with communities.

In short, we often connect with people where others cannot.

Closing Date:
04/01/2018

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