If you are interested in working in an award winning organisation, and helping to make a difference to young people’s lives, we would be keen to hear from you. All current vacancies for full and part-time posts will be advertised on this page. Please check back here for up-to-date information.
Specialist Intervention Team: Full Time (37 hours) £30,041 - £34,493 (SCP 35 – 40)
Applications are invited for our Programmes and Intervention Team. You will identify and deliver evidenced based assessments, formulations and interventions contributing to the effective risk management and healthy mental wellbeing of young people. These posts would be suitable for candidates who are chartered psychologists or registered social workers.
Residential Care Worker: Full Time (37 hours) £17,544 - £29,446 (SCP 16 – 34)
Rota: 6 shifts on, 3 shifts off, with a training day every 9 weeks. Placement dependent on qualifications and experience.
Night Care Worker: Full and Part Time £17,544 - £23,697 (pro rata), plus 1/3 for unsocial hours, (SCP 16–27)
Applicable rotas will be detailed in the application pack. Placement dependent on qualifications and experience.
Sessional Care Worker: Fixed rate £10 per hour
These posts provide cover for absence and /or additional staffing requirements within the care department. They are a good way of trying out whether work at Rossie is right for you.
Health Care Support Worker: Part Time (30 hours) £15,058 - £17,803 (pro rata) Band 2
You will work as part of a multidisciplinary team under the clinical/supervisory governance of our Nurse Practitioner. You will have an SVQ2 in Health and Social Care or equivalent community based or residential experience. The successful candidate will be expected to distribute their working hours flexibly to meet the needs of the service.
Outdoor Education Instructor: £23,697 (SCP 27)
We are looking to employ an enthusiastic, dynamic and qualified individual who can offer our young people experiences in a range of outdoor learning activities including water based activities, hill walking, coasteering, skiing and biking. Skills training/development may be offered in order to build upon an existing portfolio of qualifications. You will be required to be flexible in your working arrangements. The successful applicant may be afforded the opportunity to further their qualification portfolio via a TQFE programme leading to GTC Scotland registration.
Receptionist: Part Time (Evening and Weekend) £16,477 - £18,354 (pro rata) (SCP 13 - 18); and Sessional Receptionist: Fixed rate £10 per hour
Rossie is operational 24/7 and reception is staffed until 22.30. You will have experience, and understanding of reception duties, the capacity to provide administrative support for operational matters, and some friendly common sense. Average weekly hours are 19.75 for part time post. Successful sessional reception staff will assist, as and when required, including weekdays.
The above posts will include evening and/or weekend working.
Clerical Assistant: Full-time £17,879 - £19,856 (SCP 17 - 21)
You will provide a comprehensive clerical and administrative service to support the various teams within Rossie. We need someone who possesses excellent organisational skills, who is fully familiar with Microsoft Office packages and able to work on your own initiative, as well as being able to take an accurate minute.
Domestic Supervisor: £19,856 - £21,599 (SCP 21 – 24)
Reporting to the Support Services Facilities Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring a comprehensive domestic service, including supervisory duties for all household staff.
N.B. All successful candidates will require to become a member of the Protecting Vulnerable Groups Scheme (PVG) in respect of regulated work with children, comply with the relevant SSSC (or GTC Scotland) Code of Conduct and attend a group Induction Training Programme during June.
Telephone us for informal enquiries and Application packs. The closing date for all posts will be 02.03.2015. It is anticipated that the interview process will begin week commencing 16.03.2015 and will continue throughout March.