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Children's Residential
Wirral, Merseyside

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Wirral, Merseyside. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with Autism and learning difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week plus sleep ins. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is essential and all applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in Residential childcare or equivalent.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying a basic salary between £26,000 to £27,500 per year.

With sleep in's included the total earnings will be between £30,000 - £33,250 a year.

As a Deputy Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of statutory and procedural frameworks for residential care and communicate this to members of the team.
  • Support the Registered Manager with external audits.
  • Ensure that staffing levels and competencies meet the requirements of the home and its children.
  • Ensure each child has a care plan which reflects their emotional, care, social, and cultural needs.
  • Ensure all new staff receive a thorough induction.
  • Report and assist the manager in resolving issues relating to staff motivation, conduct and competencies of staff members.
  • Monitor finances and ensure budgets are managed effectively.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Genuine opportunities to progress to a Registered Manager
  • Opportunity to work towards a level 5 qualification
  • Free meals on shift
  • Overtime rate
  • Increase annual leave with length of service
  • Work alongside and support a passionate Registered Manager

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Kieran Nowopolski.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Wirral, Merseyside. If suc...

Children's Residential
Liverpool, Merseyside

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Walton, Merseyside. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with Autism and learning difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week plus sleep ins. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is essential and all applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in Residential childcare or equivalent.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying a basic salary between £26,000 to £27,500 per year.

With sleep in's included the total earnings will be between £30,000 - £33,250 a year.

As a Deputy Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of statutory and procedural frameworks for residential care and communicate this to members of the team.
  • Support the Registered Manager with external audits.
  • Ensure that staffing levels and competencies meet the requirements of the home and its children.
  • Ensure each child has a care plan which reflects their emotional, care, social, and cultural needs.
  • Ensure all new staff receive a thorough induction.
  • Report and assist the manager in resolving issues relating to staff motivation, conduct and competencies of staff members.
  • Monitor finances and ensure budgets are managed effectively.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Genuine opportunities to progress to a Registered Manager
  • Opportunity to work towards a level 5 qualification
  • Free meals on shift
  • Overtime rate
  • Increase annual leave with length of service
  • Work alongside and support a passionate Registered Manager

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Kieran Nowopolski.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Walton, Merseyside. If suc...

Children's Residential
Openshaw, Manchester

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Openshaw, Manchester. Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 40 hours per week within a specialist children's home. You would be required to work 4-8 sleeps per month as well which are paid on top. An experienced Senior can be expected to earn up to £29,500 per year.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with autism and learning difficulties.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • To attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • To be accountable for any decision made in regard to the welfare of the young people and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • To discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • To ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Providing support with reference to person centred support plans.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received at all times.
  • Continuous commit to professional development
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Career progression opportunities
  • Comfortable sleeping-in facilities
  • Committed to the continuous development of all staff
  • NVQ level 5 enrolment
  • Enhanced overtime rate

Ideally applicants should have the following:

  • Previous experience of working with young people
  • Experience of successfully leading a small staff team
  • Hold NVQ Diploma level 3 in Residential Childcare or equivalent
  • A Driving licence is desirable but not essential.

Not for you? If you are registered with Shire and recommend a friend, family member or colleague, you will be eligible for a cash bonus payment!

Apply today for more information or to speak to a specialist Consultant

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Children's Residential

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Openshaw, Man...

Children's Residential
Liverpool, Merseyside

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Walton, Liverpool. Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 40 hours per week within a specialist children's home. You would be required to work 4-8 sleeps per month as well which are paid on top. An experienced Senior can be expected to earn up to £29,500 per year.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with autism and learning difficulties.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • To attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • To be accountable for any decision made in regard to the welfare of the young people and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • To discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • To ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Providing support with reference to person centred support plans.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received at all times.
  • Continuous commit to professional development
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Career progression opportunities
  • Comfortable sleeping-in facilities
  • Committed to the continuous development of all staff
  • NVQ level 5 enrolment
  • Enhanced overtime rate

Ideally applicants should have the following:

  • Previous experience of working with young people
  • Experience of successfully leading a small staff team
  • Hold NVQ Diploma level 3 in Residential Childcare or equivalent
  • A Driving licence is desirable but not essential.

Not for you? If you are registered with Shire and recommend a friend, family member or colleague, you will be eligible for a cash bonus payment!

Apply today for more information or to speak to a specialist Consultant

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Children's Residential

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Walton, Liver...

Children's Residential
Liverpool, Merseyside

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children's Worker based in Walton, Liverpool. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with autism and learning difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within the care sector and holds a driving licence. If you are already an established Residential Children’s Worker, our client may be able to offer progression into a Senior Role as and when the time is right.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying up to £28,500 per year.

As a Residential Children's Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Support the children to maintain and develop relationships with friends and family.
  • Encourage the children to integrate with the local community by attending clubs or day centres.
  • Support the children in all aspects of their daily living.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Enrolment onto a level 3 qualification
  • Free meals on shift
  • Overtime rate
  • Compressed working week
  • Opportunity to progress

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Kieran Nowopolski.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children’s Worker based in Walton, Li...

Children's Residential
Openshaw, Manchester

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children's Worker based in Openshaw, Manchester. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with autism and learning difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within the care sector and holds a driving licence. If you are already an established Residential Children’s Worker, our client may be able to offer progression into a Senior Role as and when the time is right.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying up to £28,500 per year.

As a Residential Children's Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Support the children to maintain and develop relationships with friends and family.
  • Encourage the children to integrate with the local community by attending clubs or day centres.
  • Support the children in all aspects of their daily living.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Enrolment onto a level 3 qualification
  • Free meals on shift
  • Overtime rate
  • Compressed working week
  • Opportunity to progress

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Kieran Nowopolski.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children’s Worker based in Openshaw, ...

Adult Residential
Andover, Hampshire

We are supporting a specialist provider based in Andover, Hampshire with their permanent recruitment. We are currently looking for a Deputy Manager to work within a residential setting to provide support to adults with learning disabilities and physical disabilities.

This is a permanent position working Monday - Friday, 37.5 hours per week. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is not essential although all applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £26,000 - £28,000.

As a Deputy Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Provide support to the Registered Manager and development of the home.
  • Support the Registered Manager with external audits.
  • To ensure care plans, guidelines and risk assessments are accurate and reflective of the individual’s needs.
  • Hold the responsibility of the home in the managers absence.
  • To supervise and lead a team of support workers, carrying out supervisions and appraisals.
  • To support service users in accordance with their needs and wishes as detailed in their person-centred support plans.
  • To demonstrate a commitment to the Safeguarding of Adults and to recognise and report any disclosure, suspicion or evidence of harm, risk of harm, abuse or neglect.
  • Support the service users in staying active, healthy, and as independent as possible.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Great progression opportunities
  • A chance to join an established provider of adult care
  • Enrolment onto Level 5 NVQ

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Scott Austin.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

INDRESS

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Adult Residential

We are supporting a specialist provider based in Andover, Hampshire with their permanent recruitment. We are currently looking for a Deputy Manager to work within a resid...

Children's Residential
Fareham, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children's Worker based in Fareham, Hampshire. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with Learning Disabilities within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37.5 hours per week plus sleep ins. Previous experience as a senior is not essential, although you will need previous experience supporting children in a residential setting and your level 3 NVQ. If you are looking to start your progress in your career, our client can promise a nurturing, supportive and fun working environment.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £27,000 - £30,000 per year plus sleep ins.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • Be accountable for any decision made regarding the welfare of the children and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • Discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • Ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Real progression opportunities into management roles
  • A chance to join a top provider of children's services

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Scott Austin.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

Reference: 2113

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Far...

Children's Residential
Park Gate, Southampton

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children's Worker based in Park Gate, Hampshire. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with Learning Disabilities within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37.5 hours per week plus sleep ins. Previous experience as a senior is not essential, although you will need previous experience supporting children in a residential setting and your level 3 NVQ. If you are looking to start your progress in your career, our client can promise a nurturing, supportive and fun working environment.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £27,000 - £30,000 per year plus sleep ins.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • Be accountable for any decision made regarding the welfare of the children and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • Discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • Ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Real progression opportunities into management roles
  • A chance to join a top provider of children's services

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Scott Austin.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

Reference: 2113

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Par...

Children's Residential
Houghton Regis, Dunstable

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children's Worker based in Houghton Regis, Bedfordshire. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD within a 2 bed children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 38 hours per week. Previous experience is not essential, so if you are looking to start your career as a Residential Children’s Worker, our client can promise a nurturing, supportive and fun working environment. If you are already an established Residential Children’s Worker, our client may be able to offer progression into a Senior Role as and when the time is right.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £12.28 - £12.55 per hour + £43.00 sleep ins.

DRIVERS LICENSE IS ESSENTIAL.

As a Residential Children's Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Support the children to maintain and develop relationships with friends and family.
  • Encourage the children to integrate with the local community by attending clubs or day centres.
  • Support the children in all aspects of their daily living.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Increase payment for unsociable hours.
  • Generous annual leave entitlement.
  • Progression pathway to Seniors / Team leaders.

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Tom Wilson.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

Ref: 2112

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children’s Worker based in Houghton R...

Children's Residential
Sheffield, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Team Leader based in Sheffield. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37.5 hours per week plus sleep ins. Previous experience as a senior is not essential, although you will need previous experience supporting children in a residential setting. If you are looking to start your progress in your career, our client can promise a nurturing, supportive and fun working environment.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying between £24,000 - £26,000 per year.

As a Team Leader your responsibilities will include:

  • Attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • Be accountable for any decision made regarding the welfare of the children and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • Discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • Ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Use of company car.
  • Progression opportunities.
  • Market leading training and induction.
  • Onsite parking.
  • Meals on shift.

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Tom Lane.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

REF: 2109

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Team Leader based in Sheffield. If successful, you...

Children's Residential
Doncaster, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Sheffield. If successful, you will be overseeing a service that provides support to children with emotional and behavioural difficulties and other complex needs within a children's home.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week. This role is open to experienced Registered Managers or Deputy Managers ready to take the next step.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £42,000 - £52,000 per year.

As a Registered Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure each child has a care plan which reflects their emotional, care, education, social, therapeutic, and cultural needs.
  • Play a key role in all external audits.
  • Allocate each young person a Key Worker who is responsible for the implementation of their care plan.
  • Build relationships with parents, carers, and other professionals in relation to the support provided to each child.
  • Manage budgets effectively and in line with company policy.
  • Ensure staffing levels and competencies meet the requirements of the home and its residents.
  • Ensure new staff receive an induction and that each member of staff has a personal development plan.
  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of the statutory and procedural framework for residential care and communicate this to the wider team.
  • Overall responsibility for the service and the main point of contact for third-party organisations and governing bodies.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Attendance and Ofsted bonus.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Company events.
  • Casual dress.

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Tom Lane.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

REF: 2110

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Sheffield. If successf...

Children's Residential
Bradford, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Bradford. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with emotional, and behavioural difficulties and learning disabilities within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37.5 hours per week. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is not essential although all applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in Residential childcare.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £27,500 - £33,000 per year.

As a Deputy Manager your main responsibilities will include:

  • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of statutory and procedural frameworks for residential care and communicate this to members of the team.
  • Support the Registered Manager with external audits.
  • Ensure that staffing levels and competencies meet the requirements of the home and its children.
  • Ensure each child has a care plan which reflects their emotional, care, social, and cultural needs.
  • Ensure all new staff receive a thorough induction.
  • Report and assist the manager in resolving issues relating to staff motivation, conduct and competencies of staff members.
  • Monitor finances and ensure budgets are managed effectively.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Progression opportunities.
  • Market leading training.
  • Paid enrolment onto Level 5 qualifications.
  • Company pension.

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Tom Lane.

Not for you? Refer your friends and family and as our way of saying thank you, we will give you a referral bonus.

REF: 2108

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Bradford. If successful, y...

Children's Residential
Clitheroe, UK

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children's services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Clitheroe, Lancashire. Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 40 hours per week within a specialist children's home. You would be required to work 8-10 sleeps per month as well which are paid on top. An experienced Senior can be expected to earn up to £33,500 per year.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD within a service that supports up to 2 to 3 children.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • To attend staff meetings and supervisions.
  • To be accountable for any decision made in regard to the welfare of the young people and staff members during the shifts that you lead.
  • To discuss with the Manager any concerns with staffing matters.
  • To ensure that all staff members are kept up to date with changes to procedures.
  • Providing support with reference to person centred support plans.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm
  • Respect the confidentiality of information received at all times.
  • Continuous commit to professional development
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Career progression opportunities
  • Enhanced overtime rate
  • Increase annual leave
  • Committed to the continuous development of all staff
  • NVQ level 5 enrolment
  • Free meals on shift and brilliant sleep in facilities.

Ideally applicants should have the following:

  • Previous experience of working with young people
  • Experience of successfully managing a small staff team
  • Hold NVQ Diploma level 3 or 4 in Residential Childcare or equivalent
  • Hold a Full UK drivers licence

Not for you? If you are registered with Shire and recommend a friend, family member or colleague, you will be eligible for a cash bonus payment!

Apply today for more information or to speak to a specialist Consultant

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Children's Residential

Shire are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Senior Residential Children’s Worker based in Clith...

Children's Residential
Rugeley, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children's Worker based in Rugeley, Staffordshire. If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with emotional, and behavioural difficulties within a children's home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 40 hours per week. The ideal candidate will have previous experience working within the care sector and holds a driving licence. If you are already an established Residential Children’s Worker, our client may be able to offer progression into a Senior Role as and when the time is right.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying up to £31,500 per year.

As a Residential Children's Worker your responsibilities will include:

  • Provide support using a person centred approach.
  • Support the children to maintain and develop relationships with friends and family.
  • Encourage the children to integrate with the local community by attending clubs or day centres.
  • Support the children in all aspects of their daily living.
  • Safeguard vulnerable children and report any suspicion or evidence of harm.
  • Continuous commitment to professional development.
  • To be willing to cover other homes when required.
  • Liaise with parents and/or carers and other professionals.

Our client is offering a whole range of benefits, including:

  • Enrolment onto a level 3 qualification
  • Free meals on shift
  • Overtime rate
  • Compressed working week
  • Opportunity to progress

To take the next step in your career, apply today for a conversation with our Residential specialist Kieran Nowopolski.

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Children's Residential

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children’s Worker based in Rugeley, S...