****Up to £500 sign on bonus – £250 when you start and £250 when you complete your probation period ****
At Supportability we provide opportunities and support for disabled adults and children to enable them to lead the life they want. We focus on valuing people, teamwork, being competent and responsive and these values underpin everything we do to make life better for the people we support.
We are looking for 2 Team Leaders to join our Community service operating from our office based in Heaton Moor, Stockport from which we provide group based support for adults within the Stockport area. We are currently implementing an exciting development programme and hope to further expand to delivering groups for children and young people alongside our current 1-1 and adult group provisions.
Do you have what we are looking for?
We are looking for someone who will lead by example whilst being positive and proactive in supporting and overseeing service delivery to the adults and children that we support. The role involves managing a small team of support workers and a number of service users through a key worker system. In addition to advising, guiding and supervising support workers, you will work as part of a team, facilitate staff meetings, support new members of staff through the Care Certificate, and participate in the updating of support plans and risk assessments so that our service user’s support is safe and focussed on their goals and needs, you will also deliver some of our groups as needed or provide hands-on support responding to service demand.
If you have experience of being a Team Leader or similar in a previous role or are ready for the next step in your career in social care, then please contact us. All we ask is that you have the values and the desire to engage with people to support their needs and enable them to pursue opportunities and interests with dignity and respect. We anticipate that this role will appeal to applicants who enjoy being out and about and are passionate about delivering high quality care to service users and want to retain elements of this while also progressing in their career.
You will primarily work your hours Monday – Friday, however, to meet the needs of this service and the wider Charity, you will need to be flexible to cover shifts during evenings and weekends. You should have a full UK driving licence and access to a vehicle which can be insured for business use and be willing to drive Supportability vehicles as required.
In return you can expect the following from us:
- Double pay for bank holidays
- 30 days holiday rising to 40 days with service (inclusive of bank holidays and pro rata for part time staff)
- Induction and training programme
- Occupational Sick Pay
- Healthcare Cash Plan
- Opportunities for progression and development via relevant qualifications plus more
All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.
If you are interested in applying for one of these positions forward your CV to us using the link below or to speak to someone in person please contact the HR department on 07929 825087 or 07929 825037