We are Inspire.
We work together with people living with mental ill health, intellectual disability, autism and addictions to ensure they live with dignity and realise their full potential.
We are currently looking for a caring and motivating Project Worker. The project worker will support the wellbeing of people in our 24 hour residential supported accommodation / housing services in Enterprise Court House 12, Bangor.
37 hours per week
Contract Type: Permanent
Salary: £19,505.82- £22,023.34 pro rata, per annum.
The people that use our services need your help by actively promoting and implementing Recovery using an optimistic and resilient person centred approach. Contributing to & helping maintain a harmonious and therapeutic environment. To ensure the people we support live a full life, you will also ensure that they take part in a wide range of activities. Does this sound like something you can support us with?
If you would like the opportunity to be part of something special, and have a career with purpose that allows you to make a positive impact, we want to you to apply. Inspire are an award winning organisation who will support you to reach your full potential, and we are now recruiting for a Project Worker on Permanent Full Time Basis, Inspire offer unique career opportunities to work in an environment that rewards like no other.
Providing support to individuals isn’t your typical 9-5 job. You will need to be flexible and willing to work across varying shift patterns.
For more information and to apply online, please visit https://www.inspirewellbeing.org/join-team-inspire
Closing Date for receipt of application forms is 1pm on Wednesday 27th October 2021
Full details and criteria can be found online. Inspire reserve the right to shortlist based on both essential and desirable criteria.
Please note if successful at interview, the applicant will have to complete an enhanced disclosure check.
Following the interviews a waiting list will be created for similar posts for a nine month period.
Inspire is committed to equality of opportunity and to selection based on merit.