This is an exciting opportunity to lead and manage a small team, who support a young man with autism in his own home. A central part of the role is to work in partnership with his support broker, family and small staff team, to provide support that enables him to create and maintain the good things in life. This role will include working some sleepovers, weekends and bank holidays.
The successful candidate must have:
Proven experience of leading, managing and mentoring a staff team
Ability to maintain and create good respectful relationships with key stakeholders
Commitment to working within a supported self-directed living approach
Excellent verbal, communication and facilitation skills
A relevant qualification
Full, clean driving licence
Desirable Experience Required:
Knowledge and/or training in social role valorisation and supported self-directed living
Networks and contacts with the local community
Salary and Benefits:
Competitive salary, training and developmental opportunities provided
Formal Enquiries & to request Job Description please email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please include your phone number in your email and quote our reference number TL52017).
Apply: by emailing a detailed C.V. with a covering letter explaining what you would bring to this role: email@example.com
Closing date for receipt of applications: Monday 20th November @ 5PM