Male Support Practitioner for Jake (DC/DD/JP)

Jake is a young man who requires support to live in his own home. He is generally easy going, but would like someone to support him with understanding social boundaries, decision making and accessing clubs / groups. Jake is very active and enjoys ten pin bowling, fishing, meeting new people and taking part in sports

  1. Hours: Casual – shift work including evening, weekends, and public holidays
  2. Rate of Pay: £8:75 plus overnight payment
  3. Area: East Ayrshire
  4. Employer: Just Connections
  5. Closing Date: 10 September 2018
  6. Reference: DC/DD/JP

Benefits of working with Partners Group  

  • Westfield Health Cash Plan Scheme (both employee and Organisation contribute)
  • Credit Union
  • Death in Service
  • Nightingales Counselling Service
  • Excellent Training
  • Be part of a committed team

Jake is looking for someone who:
Has the strength of character to adapt to challenging situations
Has a consistent approach in their work practice
Has the ability to stick to boundaries and routines
Will support him to go to work
Will support him to go to the Church
Will support him to go to football
Likes to go long walks and be active
Understands all behaviour is communication
Has excellent communication skills

Requirements for this vacancy

You should also have experience of, or a real interest in supporting people with disabilities, particularly those who are on the autistic spectrum.
This role involves shift work including evening, weekends, sleepovers and public holidays.

This position has a “genuine occupational requirement” covered under the Sex Discrimination Act 1975 and therefore only applications from males are requested.

More information

If you would like an informal discussion before applying you can contact Dawn Cook or David Drennan on 01563 825516, during office hours.


To apply for this vacancy please download the files below. If you have difficulty completing the application form, please contact us: Tel. 01563 825555 / email