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Corbenic Camphill Community is situated in Strathbraan in Perthshire, Scotland, four miles from the town of Dunkeld. The Community was established in June 1978, and is set in 100 acres of land.

At present, the Community is comprised of 120 people which includes 44 adults with learning difficulties, volunteers and employees. Within the Community there are seven households, each household is home to approximately six adults with learning disabilities, two house coordinator's and five co-workers.  We have a variety of Therapeutic Workshops such as bakery, craft, pottery, woodwork, biodynamic gardening, estate work, and a farm.  In addition, we have a number of non-residential day care participants.

Unfortunately, we are unable to accept applications from those requiring Visa/Work permit sponsorship.  Applicants must already be eligible to live and work in the UK.

                             

                             

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Part time working will be considered for the right person in every role

 

We are not just an ordinary care home! Are you looking for a different path in your career where you will get the opportunity for a wide range of experiences?

 

Want to work in a beautiful location? Are you excited about the opportunity to join a charity where you become a valued member of the community? Are you looking for a role that makes a real difference? 

 

Our employee benefits:

  • 7% Company pension (3% employee contribution)

  • Paid 20 minute lunch break included in hours

  • 10% shop and cafe discount

  • Free On-site parking

  • Cycle to work scheme

  • Health & wellbeing programme

  • Free flu and covid jabs

  • Enhanced Sick pay

  • Enhanced maternity and paternity leave

  • Relaxed dress

  • Free bakery food, tea, coffee

  • Company events

  • Annual pay review

  • Opportunity to purchase organic vegetables and meat products at a reduced price

  • Refer a friend scheme

  • 31 days holiday per annum

Support Worker, permanent - 

37.5 hours per week, £22,672

We are not just an ordinary care home! Are you looking for somewhere where you will get to experience a wealth of opportunities providing residential care and support in our workshops to residents?

Want to work in a beautiful location? Are you excited about the opportunity to join a charity where you become a valued member of the community? Are you looking for a role that makes a real difference?

Corbenic is home to 44 residents with learning disabilities set in beautiful Perthshire countryside. We have 7 houses in our community and 9 onsite workshops such as gardens, estate, woodwork, craft , pottery, horses, bakery, farm plus our shop/café in Dunkeld.

This role is primarily a residential care job with some work supporting a resident to engage in our varied workshops. 37.5 hours per week worked in shifts.

To find out more please see our job description

Closing date 05/03/24.

Relief Care Workers

To provide cover in the houses and workshops whilst permanent staff on leave.  Assist in the day to day running of the house whilst providing a high standard of care to residents with additional support needs (shift work).

£10.90 per hour

Full-time Support worker with the Shop and café.

Fixed term for 1 year. Salary £22,672.

A fantastic opportunity has arisen to work in our Shop and Cafe in Dunkeld.

To find out more please see our job description

Closing date is the 20/02/24.

Waking Night Relief Care Workers

To provide cover in the houses whilst permanent staff on leave.  To provide a high standard of care to residents with additional support needs during the night (shift work 10pm-7am).

ANY WAKING HOURS WEEKDAY (Sun-Thur - £12.50 / hour) 

ANY WAKING HOURS WEEKEND (Fri & Sat - £15.05 / hour

Click here for job description

Application Process for all roles

Please submit a CV to joinourteam@corbeniccamphill.co.uk

 

For an informal chat about any role, please contact Emma, Amy or Erica on 01350 723 206. Site visits are welcomed by appointment – please contact joinourteam@corbeniccamphill.co.uk for more details. 

For more information about the role please look at our video:

 

Privacy Statement

Your CV and subsequent application form for any position with Corbenic Camphill Community will be used during the recruitment process to short-list suitable candidates who will be invited to proceed to the interview stage, and to select the final candidate that the role will be offered to.

We sometimes use third-party job application platforms to publish and receive applications for roles at Corbenic Camphill Community. When you apply through these portals the organisation’s privacy information will be available to you. We only work alongside other organisations in this way if we are satisfied that they will keep your information safely and use it only in the same legal ways that we would.

During the recruitment process, we will perform some checks on your identity, your right to work in the UK, your eligibility to work with vulnerable people and your past employment references. Corbenic Camphill Community follows the Scottish Social Services Council Safer Recruitment through Better Recruitment framework.  Appointments to all posts are subject to membership of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme for Children and Adults.

If your application is successful, this information will then form part of your personnel file.  Having a criminal conviction is not necessarily a bar to employment with Corbenic.  We will make decisions on a case by case basis.

We delete the personal information of unsuccessful applications two years after the application process ends in case there are follow-up queries about the process, or should further opportunities arise, unless a candidate requests that we keep their details for longer. Statistical information like ethnicity, sexuality and disability is kept to ensure that our recruitment processes are inclusive and not discriminatory, but this is completely anonymised.

If we are required by law to share your information, (for example; in response to a warrant or court order), we will do so.

 

 

 

 

 

 

       

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