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This week with GetGot: Bryson seeks an assistant manager while MACS wish to appoint a number of floating support workers

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Make a change: With Bryson and MACS you can make a tangible difference to communities across Northern Ireland (Valeriy_G/Getty Images)

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Bryson, Assistant Manager (North West)

Founded in 1906, Bryson helps over 60,000 people every year. As an assistant manager (north west – Glendermott Valley Business Park, Derry) you will assist with the effective management and the delivery of Bryson Care West, Domiciliary Service in accordance with agreed aims and objectives, best practice principles and statutory and regulatory requirements.

You will have: A minimum 5 years of paid experience of supporting older people in a domiciliary/social care setting and a minimum 2 years of paid experience of managing/supervising staff.

Applications close on Monday July 8. For more information, go online here

MACS Supporting Children and Young People, Floating Support Workers (Belfast, Newry, Lisburn, Downpatrick)

Could you assist young people to build the skills and confidence to find, set up and maintain their own homes in the community?

MACS Floating Support Service supports young people aged 16-25 in the community who are homeless, at risk of homelessness or need help maintaining their tenancy. Floating Support Workers support on average 15 young people who receive individualised support based on support planning ongoing assessment/review and keeping safe where appropriate.

Full-time, part-time and job share positions available. Closing date for applications is Monday July 8. To apply or for more information, go online here