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Support Worker- Outreach 25 hours

To support people with learning disabilities and/or Autism, through empowerment and personal development to enable them to live their lives to the full and advance their personal and social development using a person-centre approach to develop preferences, choices and interests.

PMLD Support Worker-  37.5 hours

To support people with PMLD (Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities) through empowerment and personal development to enable them to live their lives to the full and advance their personal and social development using a person centred approach to develop preferences, choices and interests.

PMLD Male Support Worker- 37.5 hours

To support people with PMLD (Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities) through empowerment and personal development to enable them to live their lives to the full and advance their personal and social development using a person centred approach to develop preferences, choices and interests.

Service Delivery Manager

 

We are looking for a confident and energetic individual to lead the development and implementation of a new Domiciliary Care Service across Sandwell which will meet the needs of people who have a learning disability and/or Autism and other complex needs.  You will become the Registered Manager for the Domiciliary Care Service and ensure our services are of the highest quality and meet all CQC standards and contract requirements.

Be a Trustee

What is a Trustee?

Trustees ensure their charity has a clear strategy, and that its work and goals are in line with its vision. A trustee's role in a charity is to be the ‘guardians of purpose’, making sure that all decisions put the needs of the beneficiaries first.

 

They safeguard the charity’s assets – both physical assets, including property, and intangible ones, such as its reputation. They make sure these are used well and that the charity is run sustainably.

 

Trustees don’t usually do the day-to-day running of the charity. They delegate this to the staff, led by the Chief Executive. Instead, they play the role of a ‘critical friend’ to the Chief Executive by giving support and by challenging – in a supportive way – to help them manage effectively.

 

Becoming a trustee is both a rewarding way to help your community and a way to learn fantastic new skills. It’s an invigorating and dynamic role, which puts you at the very heart of a charity and its work, liaising with a team of like-minded people.

 

If you would like to find out more, please contact Nicola Thomson, Chief Executive for an informal chat 0121 544 6611.

Bank staff

Working as bank staff means that you can work as many or as few hours as you want a week, which is great if you are wanting to gradually return to work after a break.  It also gives you the opportunity to try working in a different sector or work extra hours.

If you are interested in joining our bank staff please contact hr@optionsforlife.info to request an application pack.