Jobs at Three Cs
Skills, self-reliance and social inclusion are things you develop, not things you are born with. By being person-centred and supporting people to develop their potential and contribute as equal citizens, our staff replace disempowering forms of support.
Over 90% staff say they enjoy their work, understand the mission and understand how they contribute to the success of Three Cs. Our Investors in People Silver Award Report 2018 said “The IIP Practitioner was impressed by the dedication, professionalism and commitment shown by the workforce to providing high quality care. This achievement is the result of an unwavering commitment to improve performance through people”.
If you want to be part of a team providing high quality social care and social inclusion to people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health challenges, consider joining a team who enjoy and really believe in what they are doing.
Community Support Services Manager
|Salary:||£34,556 – £34,556 Per Annum|
As Community Support Services Manager, you will provide operational management and leadership of the Community Support service. The Community Support team work with people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges who live in the community with family or friends, or live alone.
The role includes the effective management of people and resources plus responsibility for developing the service in line with Three Cs strategy “Bringing Choices to Life”. You will engage with the team to develop an annual service plan. You will adopt and imbed a structured approach to behaviour support which includes agreeing and implementing a behaviour support policy.
With substantial successful management experience, the post holder will be required to manage community support services for people with Learning Disabilities and/or Mental Health challenges across several London boroughs. Key responsibilities will include ensuring that quality standards and regulatory requirements are met; ensuring resources are effectively and efficiently deployed and managed; playing a key role in the development and management of new services; internal and external relationship management.
You will be passionate about supporting people to live independent lives in the community. In this role, you will work closely with the Lewisham Day Services manager plus manage a team of support workers. You will be a quick thinker who can support staff to problem solve and think on their feet.
You will also be responsible for networking and knowledge sharing and keeping abreast of research and development, innovation and best practice in your areas of responsibility.
contributory pension scheme, extensive learning and development programme and Cycle to Work scheme.
- You must have significant experience of:
- Managing individual staff and teams and dealing with performance issues
- Working in community-based services.
- Working with people with learning disabilities who may have behaviour that challenges services, complex needs and physical disabilities.
- Working with people with mental health challenges.
- Person centred approach to working.
Mandatory Requirements for Employment:
- Eligibility to work in the UK.
- Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check.
- Health clearance.
- Satisfactory professional references.
- Qualification’s check.
To be considered for this role you must submit a completed application form by the closing date, in addition to your CV.
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Closing date: 1st June, 9am.
|Salary:||£20,124 – £20,124 Per Annum|
|Location:||Redbridge and Newham|
Opportunities for Support Workers in Redbridge and Newham.
Are you a caring person looking to make a real difference? Do you want a career where you can change lives?
This is a great opportunity to work for an ambitious charity committed to making a difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities and mental health challenges.
We are looking for Support Workers who are highly motivated people, willing to go the extra mile to support adults to enjoy an active and fulfilling lifestyle.
We have positions available in Newham and Redbridge. For some roles, it would be desirable for people who can drive, and who would be willing to drive the vehicles of people we support.
As a Support Worker, you will support people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health challenges to have control over and choice about their lives and to contribute to the community as equal citizens.
You must demonstrate the right attitude to support people with learning difficulties and mental health challenges. We would prefer people with experience in a paid or voluntary capacity, but the right attitude is more important.
As a Support Worker, you will get to know the people we support, what is important to them and how they want to be supported so that they are in control of the support they get. You must be willing and able to work with people who have a variety of different behaviours, including behaviour that may challenge the service.
A person-centred approach to working is essential and you must be willing to work flexible hours to meet the demands of the services. Flexible hours may include evenings, weekends, early mornings, late nights, sleeping-ins, bank holidays and supporting people to go on holiday as required.
- 22 days annual leave, plus bank holidays
- Cycle to work scheme
- Employee helpline
- Contributory pension scheme
- A supportive working environment where training and progression is encouraged
- Positive, kind and caring attitude towards individuals with disabilities.
- Person centred and committed to providing a quality service and being a positive role model to people supported by our team.
- Ability to work flexible shifts, including night cover, early morning, evenings, weekends and bank holidays.
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The closing date for this role is 9am, 08/06/2021
We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applicants from all sections of the community. All disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria will be invited to interview for this post. If you require any support or reasonable adjustments to complete the application please contact our office on 020 8269 4340.