Employment Opportunities

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Our staff have a very close relationship with the people they support

Current Employment Opportunities in Pepenbury

Application forms for all positions can be obtained from the HR department on 01892 839074, by emailing recruitment@pepenbury.info or by downloading via the box at the bottom of column on the right of this page.

All positions are subject to an enhanced DBS (formerly called CRB) and DBS Adult First (formerly ISA first).

Due to the large number of applications received at this office, we regret that we are unable to respond to each one, therefore you will hear from us only if you have been shortlisted for an interview. This is usually within two weeks of the closing date.

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Service User Coordinator

Service user feedback is essential in taking forward the redesign of service delivery within residential, day services, community support and supported living services.  We are looking for someone to help develop the delivery of personalised support based on service user involvement and feedback in the service provision and delivery.  To enable service users to have a choice and control over their lives so services are shaped and evolved around their needs.

We need someone that has an existing knowledge of Government policy regarding Personalisation and who can keep abreast of development and changes to legislation around service users involvement in the services.

The ideal candidate will need to have a minimum of NVQ2 or above, or an equivalent qualification - excellent communication skills with the confidence to be able to deliver presentations to a wide and diverse audience - computer skills including Microsoft Excel, Word and Powerpoint - full driving licence with business insurance in order to attend community meetings and to meet service users around Kent.

For a full job description or to apply please email recruitment@pepenbury.info or call HR on 01892 839074

 


Support Worker

The main purpose of this role is to meet and maintain the essential standards set out by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and provide support with all day to day work including implementing care plans for individual service users and being a positive role model for them, enabling them to reach their potential and pursue a fulfilled and chosen lifestyle.

Key responsibilities of this role include providing support, advice and guidance to service users, to act as a key worker to selected service users, ensuring that care plans are appropriate to their needs and that this is identified in their care package, and follow all Health and Safety procedures making sure that these are implemented throughout your shift.

Person Specification

  • Good understanding of the needs of people with learning disabilities
  • Reliable, trustworthy and self-motivated
  • Ability to work in a team and as an individual
  • To have knowledge/understanding of the use of any aids as required by the service user

This role is available at the following locations:

Cornford Lane, Pembury

Falconers Court, Edenbridge

Day Services, Cornford Lane (one-to-one)

Day Services Personal Care Support Worker 20 hours a week

Community Support Worker (MOST) Paddock Wood

Poppies, Southborough 2 x Full Time 4 x Partime

Hill Park Outreach Services, Erith, Community Support Workers

Day Services Support Worker with the Horticultural and Animal Team

 

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

For a more detailed job description or more information please contact HR on 01892 839074.


 

Daily Living Skills Session Leader 14.5Hours

The post holder will work under the supervision of the Day Services manager to enable the implementation of areas of activity, supervision, care, support and training for day service users this post is currently 2 days a week.

Key responsibilities include providing activities in one or more day service activities and support, care, advice and guidance to day service users. The successful applicant will need to have the knowledge and understanding to enable working within the City & Guilds framework to assist the service users with gaining further independence, skills and confidence. They will contribute to internal reviews and case reviews on service users and produce written reports, maintain all appropriate written records, including support plans, hand over books and daily observations, and ensure a smooth flow of information to facilitate good communication within the team.

Person Specification

  • Good understanding of the needs of people with learning disabilities
  • Reliable, trustworthy and self-motivated
  • Caring and sensitive to the needs of others
  • Good communicator
  • Have knowledge or understanding in the use of any aids as required by the user in their independent living

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

For a more detailed job description or more information please contact HR on 01892 839074.


Coffee Shop Manager

We are currently looking for reliable Coffee Shop Manager who can work between 8:30am and 4pm Monday to Friday, previous experience essential, immediate availibility desireable.

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless or their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

To apply please email recruitment@pepenbury.info or contact HR on 01892 839074.


Waking Night Support Worker - Finch

The main purpose of this roleis to provide support, advice and guidance to those living at Pepenbury throughout the night, ensuring that these residents are able to experience high levels of personal, physical and emotional support and social care throughout the night.

Key responsibilities are to follow the agreed routine for the house as set out in the list of night time procedures, to respond to the service users in keeping with their user plan, but being alert to any specific changes in the residents behaviour or disposition, and to ensure that all security measures are in place before the sleep in staff retire, with special attention to locking doors and windows, unolugging unnecessary electrical appliances and being aware of any procedures.

Person Specification

  • Have a good understanding of the needs of people with learning disabilities
  • Professional, reliable and trustworthy
  • Caring and sensitive towards the needs of others
  • Good communication skills
  • Good ICT skills

We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age.

For a more detailed job description or more information please contact HR on 01892 839074


 

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