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Vacancy - Office Admin

Part time (14 hours per week )

Salary £8.75 per hour

The Bevern Trust is a registered charity offering more from life for profoundly disabled people and we are looking for an Administration Assistant to join our friendly office team. This role will play an essential administrative part in our commitment to providing the very best care for people with complex needs at our care home, Bevern View.

 

The Role:

To assist with the smooth running of the office by delivering a variety of administrative duties, including but not limited to: answering and directing telephone enquiries, document storage and filing, updating shared calendar entries for staff, residents and volunteers, greeting visitors at reception in a way that reflects the warmth, positivity and high standards of our care, uploading documentation to our database, taking accurate meeting minutes.

  • Transport essential due to rural location.
  • Computer literacy required.
  • This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

We Offer:

  • A supportive friendly place to work
  • Full training and professional development
  • Home-cooked lunch provided

If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for this role, please send your CV and covering letter in the first instance to: rebecca.archard@bevernview.org

For an informal and confidential discussion about this role, please contact HR and speak to Becky Archard at Bevern View on 01273 021 244

Transport essential due to location.

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. The Bevern Trust is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy.

Vacancy - Care Workers / Support workers

35 hours per week (to include 1 in 3 weekends off)

Salary £8.75 – 9.20 per hour

We are looking for exceptional compassionate carers to join our friendly team at a growing charity who are passionate about helping to improve the lives of people with profound disabilities. The Support Worker role is integral in ensuring that our complex and disabled young adults receive the very best care and opportunities to live their life to the full.

This rewarding role supports our residents throughout the day and includes some great activities such as using our hydrotherapy pool, working in our specialist multi-sensory room, going bowling, to the cinema or often just out for coffee and cake. We want you to enjoy our resident’s daily activities almost as much as they do!

The role:
Support our residents with personal care and most importantly, always look to improve their lives by caring for them safely. Committed and caring candidates will enjoy this varied and enjoyable role, where no two days are the same. You will need to communicate clearly with residents, colleagues, parents, healthcare professionals and visitors with a view to you developing in your role and wanting to move in to the other areas of the business.

We offer:
• Excellent training from health professionals such as nurses, therapists and physios
• The opportunity to assist our residents with physio and hydrotherapy activities
• The Care certificate as part of your induction
• Support towards achieving your Level 3 diploma in Health and Social Care and future development for those that want a career

Transport essential due to location.

If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for this role, please send your CV and covering letter to rebecca.archard@bevernview.org

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy.

The Bevern Trust will store shortlisted candidates data for 6 months only, after which all data will be destroyed. Your data will be used for recruitment purposes only.

Vacancy - Night Care Worker / Night Support worker

Bevern View, Barcombe, Near Lewes

35 hours per week (to include 1 in 3 weekends off)

Night Care workers:  £18,380 – £21,020 according to qualifications and experience

Night Care Managers: £24.833 – 28,548 according to qualifications and experience

With our recent salary increases, we are now looking for great night carers like you to join our friendly team at a growing charity, passionate about helping to improve the lives of people with profound disabilities. Love, care, freedom and opportunity are at the heart of what we provide in a fun and enjoyable way.

We Offer:

– A very friendly team
– Stimulating & varied work within a fun caring environment
Training
– Career pathway
– A rewarding role
– Pension

The role:

Supporting residents with personal care throughout the night.
Undertaking set duties, such as regular checks on residents throughout the night.
Participate in mandatory and in-service training as part of the staff development plan.
Ensure health issues arising with residents are communicated to the Night Duty Manager.
Uphold obligations of maintaining confidentiality with respect to clients, parents and staff.
Depending on experience Night Support Workers will be given additional responsibilities e.g. Dispensing and administration of medication.

Our Home:
Bevern View is a purpose-built home in the heart of the Sussex countryside in Barcombe and is dedicated to providing an active fulfilling life for our residents. With 11 beds for 9 permanent and 2 respite residents, all of whom have a series of highly complex needs. We have an on site hydrotherapy pool which helps to enhance our residents’ mobility & general health. We also have a specialist multi-sensory room, which is therapeutic and enhances the residents’ senses and communication through touch, sight, sound and smell.

Own transport essential due to location.

If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for this role, please send your CV and covering letter in the first instance to: rebecca.archard@bevernview.org

For an informal and confidential discussion about this role, please contact Rebecca Archard in HR or Phil Driscoll our Manager at Bevern View on 01273 021244.

Please note this post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure. The Bevern Trust is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

No Agencies

 

 

Vacancy - Technical Support Administrator

Technical Support Administrator

£18,000 – £20,000 for a 37.5 hour week

The Bevern Trust is a Sussex Disability Charity that supports people with profound disabilities to develop their full potential. We have an exciting opportunity for an ICT Systems Administrator/Support technician to join the team on a full-time basis at our offices in Barcombe, East Sussex and our proposed Office in Lewes, East Sussex.

Responsibilities include:

  • • ICT support – Provide an outstanding level of 1st & 2nd line ICT support to Bevern staff both onsite and remotely. Liaise with our external help desk provider to provide required support
  • • Systems Management – Provide technical support, system & patch updates & aid the administration of all ICT systems
  • • Strategic and Project Management – Support the Bevern team in the successful delivery of the ICT strategy whilst championing the adoption of Health & Safety requirements when using ICT equipment

The successful candidate will demonstrate :

  • • Experience providing ICT support & guidance
  • • An excellent knowledge & understanding of current technologies; handheld to desktop (iOS, MacOS, Windows, Android) and networking to web management
  • • A knowledge of wordpress, Sharepoint, Office 365 or Dynamics 365 would be an advantage
  • • The ability to build effective relationships & communicate technical information to a non technical audience
  • • Positive attitude and willingness to learn
  • • Methodical approach to problem solving

The Bevern Trust offer a generous package including 30 days holidays, enhanced pension scheme, an opportunity to join and support an innovative and forward-thinking Charity.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing organisation and have the ability to get involved in a broad range of ICT tasks.

Transport essential due to commute.

This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure.

If you meet the above criteria and would like to apply for this role, please send your CV and covering letter to rebecca.archard@beverntrust.org

The Bevern Trust is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the vacancy.

What are the benefits?

We believe everyone has the right to a fulfilling life in a comfortable and safe environment, your work will help make this aim a reality.

The Bevern Trust aims to change lives, not just our residents and their families but everyone that is employed or volunteers with us. The work you do will help us provide a better service to a group of profoundly disabled and vulnerable people, we hope you will see and feel the the change.

It’s a great place to work and a fun team to work with. We work hard but pay well and offer everything from a meal for everyone on shift to a great pension scheme.  Caring is responsible work, other peoples care is in your hands and we are always look for people whose standards are high and who want to make a difference for some of the most vulnerable people in our society.

The Bevern Trust — (Formerly part of the Agape Trust) Bevern View was founded by parents in 1999 in response to concerns at the lack of facilities for young people with complex needs. It aimed to provide a home for young people for as long as they choose to live there.

Those with complex needs, like all young people, reach the point where they need greater degree of independence from their families, and should be helped to achieve this independence, however profound their disability.
To do this they need our help and support

Parents and carers of people who are profoundly disabled often reach a point where they are exhausted and cannot care for them indefinitely at home, but do so at risk to themselves because there is no alternative.

We aim to provide that alternative, your help can make it happen.

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