Working in community care offers unique rewards, challenges and opportunities. Our team are a diverse bunch, from every walk of life, covering all age groups and ethnic backgrounds. The one thing they have in common is a desire to make a positive contribution to their clients life. You need to be flexible, caring, patient and good humoured to succeed in this sector – your background and qualifications are not important as we offer excellent training and development opportunities and a commitment to support workers gaining their SVQ in care.
Ailsa Care follow the Scottish Executives ‘safer recruiting’ guidelines and are an equal opportunities employer.
We believe everyone deserves a chance and has something to offer. We work with the Job Centre, Glasgow Works, Renfrewshire Workforce Plus and Glasgow’s local employment partnerships and are committed to creating opportunities for local people.
If you would like to speak to someone regarding positions in your area, please get in touch – alternatively print out an application pack and send it back to us.
Download application form here.
Download Equal Opportunities form here.
Download ROA policy PDF here.
Optima training, our partner company provide creative, interesting and accredited training sessions for our support workers at each stage of their career. From the ‘Key Skills’ stage – the building blocks of care knowledge and practice to continued professional development in client specific areas.
Approved REHIS centre
HSE approved trainers
College of Occupational Therapist