Careers & Working for Echo

Careers & Working for ECHO

Our staff teams are the essential ingredient to making it possible for the people who use our services. The rewards are enormous when you see the difference you can make with your work every day.

It takes a special sort of person to work in this environment, someone who enjoys working as part of a team, has energy and determination to achieve results, who can see things from another person’s point of view, can solve problems and form lasting relationships built on trust. It can be tough but we need people who can bounce back each day and improve their skills and performance to achieve better results each time.

ECHO can offer its employees a wide range of rewarding opportunities. We are totally committed to training and developing our staff with a wide range of training and externally recognised vocational and academic training qualifications offered to all. We are equally committed to developing our employees to progress within the Company, learn new skills and take on new challenges. Staff wellbeing is a key issue to us and we strive to ensure our staff teams remain happy, motivated and fulfilled at work.

We are committed to employing a workforce that is as diverse and unique as the people we support. For many roles previous experience is not required, training will be provided and we value the work ethic, personality and attitude of mind you bring to your working life.

Who We Are

We are a small independent provider of care & support for people with learning disabilities and for people with complex mental health conditions.

We are currently developing and providing sites in Yorkshire, the Midlands and Central Scotland. We employ staff that are dedicated to enabling the people who use our Services to recognise and develop the skills they need to achieve their goals and live as independently as possible. We support individuals to make their own choices and decisions in homely, friendly and safe environments.

Working closely with Local Authorities, Clinical Commissioning Groups and NHS Trusts, ECHO is committed to building partnerships focused on continuous service improvements which meet the needs of each individual and which are in line with regulatory requirements and best practice.

As an organisation, we know what’s important and we listen to the people who we support, their families and carers and our staff teams and a personalized approach is central to the way we operate. Only by understanding every person’s choices can we begin to effectively support them to achieve their goals; we are committed to developing and providing services which ensure the individual is at the very centre of everything that we do.

Vacancies

To apply for our advertised positions please download and complete the application form and email it to recruitment@echouk.net

Available Positions:

Deanston House, Deanston nr Stirling: Currently Recruiting.

To apply for our advertised positions for Deanston House please download and complete the application form and email it to recruitment@echouk.net. For further information please contact the Service on 01786 641610.

Clinical Psychologist P/T

First Level Registered Nurses-(RMN/RNLD/RGN)

Support Workers

Bank Support Workers

Housekeeping and Catering roles

Malsis Hall, Glusburn nr Skipton: Please apply as follows:

To apply for our advertised positions at Malsis Hall please download and complete the application form and email it to recruitment@echouk.net. For additional information please contact Lisa Gardner on 07824 316335.

Consultant Psychiatrist

Consultant Psychologist

Occupational Therapist

First Level Registered Nurses-(RMN/RNLD/RGN)

Bank Nurses

Support Workers

Bank Support Workers

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