Camphill Blair Drummond offers a variety of job opportunities for workers to care for our adults with severe learning difficulties.
Many of these lend themselves to flexible working to fit around other commitments. We believe in supporting individuals and enabling them to achieve their potential. These values are reflected in our approach to staff and their development as well as residents. As an employee you will have access to in-house and external training with support to study for SVQ awards.
At Camphill Blair Drummond you become part of a vibrant community. This, complemented with good terms and conditions including family-friendly policies, generous holidays and a contributory pension scheme, ensures that a job with us will not only be fulfilling, but offer you a good work-life balance.
We are currently recruiting for the following posts:
RELIEF SUPPORT WORKER – for more information about this post, please contact Nigel Munt or John Hunter on 01786 841573.
You may also apply by downloading the following documents and returning them to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Andrea Khan, Camphill Blair Drummond, Blair Drummond House, Cuthil Brae, Stirling, FK9 4UT:
For more information please contact Andrea Khan on 01786 841573 or email email@example.com
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- “When I bring David back to Blair Drummond after a couple of days at home, he gets a wonderful welcome from the others in his house. Leanne comes up with a big smile on her face and gives him a hug. Once, he was a little unhappy about me leaving and she jumped on to the sofa next to him, bouncing up and down, making him laugh” – Parent