Our People – Working with us
A care and treatment service is only as good as its people. Our staff are highly qualified, motivated and well trained.
We believe in the highest standards, which are clearly communicated to everyone involved in the Surehaven care process. We make a real investment in what we do and we believe that we make a difference.
We invest in our staff, as they are the cornerstone of our success in providing the best possible care and services for the patients.
We offer a wide range of career opportunities:
- Consultant Psychiatry
- Clinical/Forensic Psychology
- Skilled and Qualified Nursing and Support Staff
- Occupational Therapy
- Others – such as Catering, Housekeeping, etc.
If you feel you can contribute to making the difference to those patients who need our support in order that they contribute to leading valued and fulfilling lives, please call us or send your CV to Glasgow@shaw.co.uk to join us.
To find out more about our vacancies, have a look at the website or contact the hospital.
Surehaven is committed to providing equality of opportunity in employment to all its employees and its provision of services irrespective of gender, race, ethnic origin, disability, age, nationality, national origin, sexuality, religion and belief, marital status, social class or any other personal characteristics.
All employees, whether part time, full time or temporary, will be treated fairly and equally. Selection for employment, promotion, training and development or any other benefit will be on the basis of aptitude and ability. All employees will be helped and encouraged to develop their full potential and the talents and resources of the workforce will be fully utilised to maximise the efficiency of the company.
Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme (formerly Enhanced Disclosure)
On 28 February 2011, the Scottish Government introduced a new membership scheme to replace and improve upon the current disclosure arrangements for people who work with vulnerable groups.
Due to the nature of our business, all applicants who fall into the ‘regulated work’ category, i.e. all roles which involve direct/unsupervised care giving to vulnerable adults MUST become members of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (”PVG”) Scheme to work with vulnerable adults.
PVG Scheme promises to:-
- Help to ensure that those who have regular contact with children and protected adults through paid and unpaid work do not have a known history of harmful behaviour,
- Be quick and easy to use, reducing the need for PVG Scheme members to complete a detailed application form every time a disclosure check is required,
- Strike a balance between proportionate protection and robust regulation and make it easier for employers to determine who they should check to protect their client group.
For further information, please go to the Surehaven Glasgow Website
- Bank Opportunities
- Surehaven-Wide Forum
- Continuous professional and personal development
- Contributory pension scheme
- Subsidised staff meals
- Smart casual uniforms
- Help with relocation where appropriate
- Positive, open and supportive management culture
- Excellent career opportunities
- Flexible Working – Full Time/Part Time/ Long Shifts
- Quality Working Enviroment
If you think we are a company you would like to join please ring us for an informal chat and/or application pack.