Can you help a growing charity strengthen how it works?
People Matters is developing all the time. If you interested in joining us to deliver a service aiming for the highest reputation see our vacancies which are advertised on this page.
See below for current opportunities.
Support Work and Teaching Assistant Vacancies
People Matters are recruiting!
Could you bring enthusiasm and join our individual support service, group activities and/or courses provision? We want people with a commitment to supporting people with learning disabilities, autism and other disabilities to increase their independent living skills and be valuedof their local communities. The organisation is registered and is now starting to receive some referrals for people with more complex needs.
Opportunities are currently available on a part time basis. These roles are typically at least 20 hours per week with overtime also frequently available. From 1st August 2018 we will be paying the Living Wage. The salary is £9100 pa (FTE £18,200) with an hourly rate of £8.75 ph.
For further information on these roles please see the Job Description Support Worker May 2017 and then complete a Support worker application form may 2017 The closing date for this recruitment round is Friday 17th August at 9.30am with interviews due to be held the following week. Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org . CVs are not be accepted.
We are always keen to hear from support workers with the potential to be exceptional. We are a growing organisation with a strong value base and a focus on outcomes and person centredness. We offer support for accredited training from health and social care to progression into other roles and welcome applications from all sections of the community, particularly those with disabilities. If you can offer language skills such as either Punjabi or Urdu these are also welcomed.
People Matters uses safer recruitment processes. All staff are required to complete a DBS check and work according to our safeguarding policies.
We have now transferred our DWP Two Ticks accreditation to being a level 2 Disability Confident Employer. Busy working out how to achieve the level 3 Disability Confident Leader as soon as we can.
Here at People Matters we know that people with learning disabilities often want to work. Only about 7% have jobs but research says 65% want to. We have recently been awarded the DWP Two Ticks award. This means that anyone with a disability who meets the criteria will be interviewed when they apply for a job. (As well as other commitments we have made under the scheme). Here is a DWP Disability employment Adviser awarding us the Two ticks Award.
Robert, one of our volunteer directors has talked to us about his experiences and feelings about employment too.