We Are Recruiting!

We are recruiting for a Full Time & Part Time Keyworker at our FiND2 Beverley Site. We are also recruiting for Bank Keyworkers to work across our services (Hessle & Beverley).


Do you want to spend time supporting some amazing people?

FiND is a charity providing day services meeting the needs of individuals with physical and learning disabilities and or autism. The services are designed to provide stimulating, fulfilling and enjoyable activities throughout the day which are specially designed for each person. Our service encourages every individual to be as independent as possible by promoting positive and meaningful experiences based on a person-centered approach through choices, my plan, one page profiles and staff matching.

So what do we get up to?

Our services provides a range of activities which are important to the young person within a safe, supportive and friendly environment indoors, outdoors and in the community. Within FiND we have a variety of different activity rooms, including art rooms, kitchens, sensory rooms, and computer rooms. We also have a gardening areas with a greenhouse. We provide opportunities to enhance the individual’s social and communication skills to build positive relationships, confidence and self-esteem.

Sound like the perfect job?

We are currently seeking an individual who is enthusiastic, hardworking and able to work well within an established team. The successful applicant will provide support to our students enabling them to access and participate in person centred activities.Previous experience of working in a supportive role is essential.

So what should you do next?

If you are interested in applying for the position then please contact either Gayle Rea on (01482) 640253 or Tina Warne (01482) 870785 for an application pack.

Please note: We do not accept CV’s or applications through Indeed. To apply for this position you must contact us for an application form.

Closing Date: Monday 25th November 2019 at 9am.

We will look forward to hearing from you.

Posted On: 22nd October 2019

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