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Support Assistant - Newport Young Peoples Services

Contract:
Contract
Category:
Full Time
Job Sector:
Charity / Not for Profit, Nursing / Social Care
Region:
South Wales
Location:
Newport & Torfaen
Salary description:
£19, 194.00 per annum
Posted:
14/06/2018
Start Date:
ASAP
Recruiter:
Llamau
Job Ref:
SAYORK01

Support Assistant - Full Time - Newport Young Peoples Services

Ref: SAYORK01

Location: Newport

Hours: 2 day shifts 9.30-5pm (Tuesday) and 2 night shifts 4.45pm-9.45am (Sunday) per week plus flexibility to attend full team meetings, crossover, supervision and training

Salary: £19,194.00 per annum

Contract: Fixed term until 31st March 2019

An opportunity has arisen for a Support Assistant to join our 24hr Supported Accommodation Project in Newport. You will be part of an experiencd team supporting 8 young people aged 16-18yrs to gain the necessary skills for living independently. As well as working on key areas of support, you will also be responsible for communal activities during the evening shifts.

If you feel you would work well with our young people and are committed to making a difference we would like to hear from you.

Job Description and Person Specification

Application Form

You can read our Guidance Notes on completing your application here

Please submit your completed application to careers@llamau.org.uk by midnight on Friday 29th June 2018

Please apply via our website by clicking here or the Apply Now button below.

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:
18/06/2018

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