Jobs & Volunteering
The Aldingbourne Trust cares about its staff – we believe that to provide fantastic support to our clients, our employees need to be treated well.
We are recruiting for staff to work in one of our most personalised services. The two ladies we support live in their own home with staff support. Both ladies love to get out every day enjoying time in wide open spaces. When at home they love to listen to music, gardening, cooking and watching the soaps. Both ladies are very much accepting of differences and embrace diversity, they’re unique and quirky. What matters to them the most is true liking, kindness and the desire to spend time together living in the moment to enjoy things as they are as they happen.
We would love to hear from you if – you also enjoy doing these things, think you would enjoy working with just one person, and ideally have previous experience of supporting someone who has a diagnosis of learning disability, autism and non-verbal communication.
We know that both ladies benefit from having consistent, long-term people in their life, therefore your career progression, happiness and wellbeing is paramount to us.
Full training with extensive shadowing sessions with established workers before any solo work will be provided.
Hours can be flexible, and the shift patterns run from 8am-2.30pm for the early shift and 2.30pm-9pm for the late shift.
Driving license and willingness to drive the individuals cars is essential.
Aldingbourne Trust offer a competitive benefits package to all of our staff, including discounted gym memberships at a variety of leisure centres, free entry to the Aldingbourne Country Centre, Life Assurance, cycle to work scheme, pension scheme and so much more!
Aldingbourne Country Centre
COUNTRY CENTRE OPENING TIMES:
SUMMER (30 Mar – 25 Oct)
10am – 5pm
Last Entry: 3.30pm
WINTER (26 Oct – 29 Mar)
10am – 4pm
Last Entry: 3pm
Please note that on a Wednesday only, the Farm opens at 11am (and opens at 10am every other day).