Support Practitioner – CB/FT – Variable Contract

  • Ref: CB/FT
  • Area: North Ayrshire
  • Hours: Variable
  • Pay: £11.50 per hour
  • Employer: Just Connections (part of the Partners for Inclusion Group)
  • Closing Date: 24th June 2022
  • Interview Date: TBC

‘Life is short, work somewhere you’ll love!’ My name is Cara and I live in North Ayrshire. I’m looking for Support Practitioners to join my fabulous small team. A bit about myself…I love music and go to drumming and music sessions. I’m always on the lookout for music opportunities. I also love going out in my car to lots of other things like the theatre, cinema and musical events so it would be an advantage if you’re a confident driver. My friends would say I’m very sociable, good fun, very easy going and fun to be around.

I am looking for new team members who:

  • Are patient, caring and understanding
  • Have a positive attitude and are motivated
  • Have a passion for music (musicians welcome)
  • Are confident, flexible and can work on own initiative
  • Work in a person centred way
  • Understand ‘all behaviour is communication’
  • Have a good sense of fun
  • Understand the importance of family

You will also receive excellent training and be part of a committed team.

Essential requirements for this position are:

You have a full driving licence and ability to drive a Motability vehicle.

You can only be appointed for this post if you are registered with the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme and are able to register with the Scottish Social Services Council when required for your post.

For registration with the SSSC.  In line with the Scottish Social Services Council, you will be required to have or to work towards an appropriate qualification SVQ Level 2/3 in Social Care, in order to register with them.

If you would like an informal discussion before applying, please contact Fiona Thomson on 01563 825555/ 07845195471 Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.30pm or email Please remember to put the Reference Code (CB/FT) on your application so we can make sure it gets to the right person.

This position comes under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions Order)