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Momentum Care prides itself on putting people at the centre of everything that we do. It’s important that our staff share our values and that’s why we recruit people who will go the extra mile for the people we support.

Our staff members participate in regular team and supervision meetings which enable communication, transfer of good practice, continual professional development and service enhancement.

Assistant Psychologist (Part Time)

Community and Vocational Rehabilitation specialists seek;

Assistant Psychologist Part Time - 25 hours post (Mon – Thurs)

We require an Assistant Psychologist to work across our;

• Community Acquired Brain Injury Service delivered in collaboration with the NHS

• South of Tyne and Wear Community Integration service in collaboration with the Stroke Association

• Vocational Rehabilitation Service

Employed by Momentum you will primarily be involved in assessment and SMART goal planning with regard to cognitive, emotional, behavioural and everyday practical difficulties encountered following an Acquired Brain Injury or the onset of a neurological condition. In addition the post holder will actively participate in the delivery of several group based rehabilitation programmes.

Applicants should have a good first psychology degree and at least six months experience of working in a psychology setting.

Driving License Essential for the Community Positions

To apply please forward covering letter stating your experience and a copy of your CV to Karen Murphy on (0191) 232 0234 or email

Closing Date is Thursday 15th August 2019

The position requires a full enhanced DBS disclosure.

Momentum and The Stroke Association are committed to being an equal opportunities employers and welcome applicants from all sectors of the community. Momentum Scotland is a company registered by guarantee and having charitable status. Registered in Scotland (No. SC127950). Scottish Charity (No. SC004328).

Rehabilitation Care/Support Workers

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Job Title: Rehabilitation Care/Support Workers
Hours: Dependent upon Service User Needs – up to 37.5 hours per week
Base – Newcastle and surrounding are

The primary aim of Momentum Care is to enable people to create a home and a home life for themselves by providing support appropriate to their individual needs.

We provide domiciliary care services for a range of clients but our area of specialism is working with services users with acquired and traumatic brain injury.

We aim to provide the support and assistance the users of our services require to ensure that they enjoy a reasonable quality of life while living as independently as possible in their own homes. We train our employees to a high standard to ensure that they can provide the specialist care our service users require.

As a Momentum Care Rehabilitation Care and Support Worker you will help in all aspects of service users' daily life, including intimate personal care tasks, support to mobilise, administer medication, and assist with essential physiotherapy exercise routines and communication needs. Through an agreed plan of support, guidance and practical tasks, you will ensure that service users are not only encouraged to personalise and feel settled in their home by providing guidance and assisting with cooking, shopping, budgeting, housekeeping and other practical skills, but also enable service users to achieve a higher level of self-sufficiency and independence.

Our Rehabilitation Care and Support Workers are required to undertake sleepover duties and/or wakened night cover if this is considered necessary in the interest of the service users.

What we can offer:
We offer the opportunity to develop your career in a specialist care area, making a real and positive difference to the quality of life and opportunities for the people who use our services. We provide all the required training for our Rehabilitation Care and Support Workers to work in the registered care sector and for a range of more specialist care requirements to match the needs of the people who use our services.

What you’ll need to have:
Experience of working in the care sector, especially within a community setting, would be an advantage but is not essential as we can provide all the required training - we do ask that our employees are able to demonstrate that they are able to work at all times to the care regulation standards. You will need to be good at managing your time and be flexible around working hours. You will also need to show a commitment to your own continual professional development to match our training commitment to you.

The successful applicants will be subject to a Basic Disclosure check before taking up this post

Job description HERE

To apply for this vacancy, please email your CV quoting reference M020 to: