Fixed Term – 3 months
VACANCY (up to 40 Hours per week)
Daycare Relief Instructor
The Apuldram Centre is an independent charity and provider of adult social care. We run a rural day centre on the outskirts of Chichester, offering a range of adult social care activities that enable us to support adults with learning disabilities. In the Centre of Chichester we offer a community outreach drop in service (Hub Club) providing a wide range of activities for our most independent customers. We also run a Supported Living Service supporting up to 30 adults to live independently in their own tenancies throughout the Chichester area.
We are in the process of transforming into a modern, relevant and sustainable organisation and offer an environment where you can be part of a team who are passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of the people we support.
We have a Fixed Term vacancy for 3 months for the role of Daycare Relief Instructor. We are seeking to appoint a dynamic and flexible social care professional who can inspire, motivate and take responsibility for group instruction, working within our wider Day Services team at either the Daycare Cente or Hub Club. Your passion will enable the people who use our service to enjoy independence, skills development and fulfilment.
30 days paid holiday (including bank holidays) plus service related increment
Contributory stakeholder pension scheme.
Application Closing Date 26th June 2018
A satisfactory enhanced disclosure check is required for this post.
To view full details of the position, download the job description, person spec and application form (full details of our recruitment process can be found by reading our privacy notice http://www.apuldram.org/privacy-policy/)
To apply, forward your fully completed form application to email@example.com together with a covering letter detailing why you are interested in working for the centre, why you are the best person for the role and your salary expectations.
We operate an equal opportunities policy
No agencies please