Role: Senior Support Worker -Childrens Care
Salary: £21K 26k per annum (dependent on experience)
Hours: Full Time
My client prides themselves on their values and are very proud to be one of the most innovative providers of young peoples residential UK. This successful provider specialises in providing the highest standards of care for Children with Emotional and Behavioural difficulties.
The home is a small service providing a friendly and safe environment for young children. My client has a long history in child protection and their years of experience have shown them that high quality therapeutic childcare helps children and young people learn to deal with their past experiences and prepare for the future.
Qualifications and experience:
Level 3 Health and Social care with childrens and young people
Be prepared to work 24 hour shifts (sleepovers) on a rota
Hold a full UK Driving license
Be over the age of 21
The key responsibilities include:
To successfully complete the Care Certificate.
To support the personalised development of each Resident.
To respect the dignity and individuality of each Resident.
To ensure a high standard of personal care for each Resident, including matters of physical well being and personal hygiene.
To be aware of the emotional needs and aspirations of each Resident.
To undertake Keyworker responsibility for individual residents (see over).
To work on a rostered shift system inclusive of some evening and weekend work.
To work within the residential environment providing developmental support to residents.
To action and construct Residents Individual Programme Plans and keeping accurate records as required.
To attend staff meetings and seminars and individual support and supervision meetings with Managers.
To ensure the safety of the Residents at all times.
To support other members of the site staff in their therapeutic and developmental work.
To undertake any training identified as necessary in order to carry out the role effectively.
You will be jointly responsible for the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults in our care, it is a requirement of this role that you adhere to all relevant safeguarding policies and procedures.
Work within the spirit and intentions of the Equal Opportunities and Equality & Diversity policies and procedures and report any concerns to your line manager immediately.
If you are interested in this role, please do not hesitate to contact Abbie at Amber Mace on 01904 571 187 or email an up to date CV to email@example.com.
To apply for this job email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org.