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Children's Residential
Prescot, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Prescot, Merseyside. 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 38 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.

As a Deputy Manager you will be on shifts but it will be a compressed working week.

With sleep in's included the total earnings will be between £32,000 - £34,000 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.

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 Prescot, Merseyside. If su...

Children's Residential
Swadlincote, UK

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

Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 39 hours per week within a specialist service.

The hourly rate is £13.70 per hour + £60.00 per sleep in.
On average each staff work 6-8 sleeps per month.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD.

As a Senior Residential Children’s Support 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:

  • Opportunity to progress to a Deputy Manager
  • Comfortable sleeping-in facilities
  • Committed to the continuous development of all staff
  • Enrollment on to Level 5 Leadership and management.

Ideally applicants should have the following:

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

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 Support Worker based in&nb...

Children's Residential
Swadlincote, 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 Swadlincote, Derbyshire.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD 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 39 hours per week as well as sleep in's. 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 between £12.00 - £12.50 per hour + £60.00 per sleep.

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:

  • Employee assistance programme.
  • Perk box - high street discounts.
  • 28 days holiday.

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.

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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 Swadlincot...

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for an Integrative Therapist to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London.

Role snapshot:

The candidate appointed will be joining a multi-disciplinary trauma informed specialist addictions treatment team working in an intensive inpatients service which includes an after-care outpatient service. The post holder will facilitate therapy groups, addiction assessments and after care. The successful candidate will be working with service users who have complex needs including dual diagnosis.

Contract type – permanent

Hours – full time*, subject to applications part time may be considered.

Salary - £34,000 - £40,000 FTE

* Hours will include working one evening per week (2 additional hours) which can be claimed back on another working day.

Experience required:

Integrative Therapists applying will have BACP membership, or NCPS registration, along with a minimum of level 4 training. Experience delivering the 12 steps programme is a mandatory requirement. Those who are fully accredited will be at an advantage.

Why Shire Healthcare?

As an experienced permanent recruiter to services across the nation, we understand the complex nature of Psychological Therapies and can draw on years of experience to ensure you are offered a bespoke service and any offer of employment is representative of your skills and experience.

In addition, you will be working with Lena Antoniou, a healthcare recruitment consultant with 18 years of experience, 12 years of which recruiting solely within Psychological Therapies and therefore offering specialist knowledge and a passion for this industry. Lena can offer support and advice with CV writing, bespoke interview preparationand tips along with sound knowledge of the employer, the role, and their ethos.

If you are interested in this role and wish to find out more then please apply today.

Not for you? Refer those that meet the criteria, and you will receive a referral bonus, as our way of saying thank you.

Reference ID: 2543

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Talking Therapies

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for an Integrative Therapist to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London. Role snapshot: The candidate appointed will be joinin...

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for a Psychodynamic Therapist to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London.

Role snapshot:

The candidate appointed will be joining a multi-disciplinary trauma informed specialist addictions treatment team working in an intensive inpatients service which includes an after-care outpatient service. The post holder will facilitate therapy groups, addiction assessments and after care. The successful candidate will be working with service users who have complex needs including dual diagnosis.

Contract type – permanent

Hours – full time*, subject to applications part time may be considered.

Salary - £34,000 - £40,000 FTE

* Hours will include working one evening per week (2 additional hours) which can be claimed back on another working day.

Experience required:

Psychodynamic Therapists applying will have BACP membership, or NCPS registration, along with a minimum of level 4 training. Experience delivering the 12 steps programme is a mandatory requirement. Those who are fully accredited will be at an advantage.

Why Shire Healthcare?

As an experienced permanent recruiter to services across the nation, we understand the complex nature of Psychological Therapies and can draw on years of experience to ensure you are offered a bespoke service and any offer of employment is representative of your skills and experience.

In addition, you will be working with Lena Antoniou, a healthcare recruitment consultant with 18 years of experience, 12 years of which recruiting solely within Psychological Therapies and therefore offering specialist knowledge and a passion for this industry. Lena can offer support and advice with CV writing, bespoke interview preparationand tips along with sound knowledge of the employer, the role, and their ethos.

If you are interested in this role and wish to find out more then please apply today.

Not for you? Refer those that meet the criteria, and you will receive a referral bonus, as our way of saying thank you.

Reference ID: 2543

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Talking Therapies

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for a Psychodynamic Therapist to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London. Role snapshot: The candidate appointed will be joini...

Talking Therapies
London, UK

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for a Counsellor to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London.

Role snapshot:

The candidate appointed will be joining a multi-disciplinary trauma informed specialist addictions treatment team working in an intensive inpatients service which includes an after-care outpatient service. The post holder will facilitate therapy groups, addiction assessments and after care. The successful candidate will be working with service users who have complex needs including dual diagnosis.

Contract type – permanent

Hours – full time*, subject to applications part time may be considered.

Salary - £34,000 - £40,000 FTE

* Hours will include working one evening per week (2 additional hours) which can be claimed back on another working day.

Experience required:

Counsellors applying will have BACP membership, or NCPS registration, along with a minimum of level 4 training. Experience delivering the 12 steps programme is a mandatory requirement. Those who are fully accredited will be at an advantage.

Why Shire Healthcare?

As an experienced permanent recruiter to services across the nation, we understand the complex nature of Psychological Therapies and can draw on years of experience to ensure you are offered a bespoke service and any offer of employment is representative of your skills and experience.

In addition, you will be working with Lena Antoniou, a healthcare recruitment consultant with 18 years of experience, 12 years of which recruiting solely within Psychological Therapies and therefore offering specialist knowledge and a passion for this industry. Lena can offer support and advice with CV writing, bespoke interview preparationand tips along with sound knowledge of the employer, the role, and their ethos.

If you are interested in this role and wish to find out more then please apply today.

Not for you? Refer those that meet the criteria, and you will receive a referral bonus, as our way of saying thank you.

Reference ID: 2543

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Talking Therapies

Shire Healthcare are recruiting for a Counsellor to join a specialist addiction treatment service in North London. Role snapshot: The candidate appointed will be joining a multi-di...

Children's Residential
Manchester, UK

We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Manchester, Greater Manchester. Our client is a forward thinking, innovative provider of children’s services and offers all employees a rewarding, dynamic working environment. This position is a permanent, full-time position. The basic salary can go up to £65,000 for the right candidate plus a very achievable bonus on top. The bonus will enable you to earn up to £80,000 per year.

The successful applicant will manage two homes and staff team providing support to children presenting with emotional and behavioural difficulties. Both services can support a maximum of 3 children each and you will join a settled growing company.

This role is open to experienced Registered Managers who are looking for a new challenge.

As a Registered Manager, your main responsibilities will include:

  • Ensuring each young child has a care plan which reflects his or her emotional, care, education, social, therapeutic and cultural needs
  • Regularly reviewing and updating the placement plan
  • Allocating each young person a Key Worker who is responsible for the implementation of the care plan
  • Building relationships with parents, carers and other professionals in relation to the support provided to each child
  • Manging budgets effectively
  • Ensuring that staffing levels and competencies meet the requirements of the home and its residents
  • Ensuring new staff receive an induction and that each member of staff has a personal development plan
  • Maintaining up to date knowledge of the statutory and procedural framework for residential care and communicating this to the wider team
  • Providing leadership and supervision to the wider team

In return, our client is offering a range of benefits, including:

  • Bonus scheme
  • Relocation Package
  • Annual Leave that increases with service
  • Private healthcare
  • Flexible working hours (start/finish times)
  • Grow alongside an outstanding new provider

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!

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Children's Residential

We have an exciting opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Manchester, Greater Manchester. Our client is a forward thinking, innovative provider of children’s services and offe...

Children's Residential
Wirral, UK

We are working with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Wirral, Merseyside. If successful, you will be overseeing a home that provides support to three children with emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD). This is a brand new service so you will be involved in the recruiting and registering process with Ofsted.

This is a permanent position working Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm with an option of flexible working hours and working from home 1 day 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:

  • Flexible remote working opportunities
  • 34 days annual leave
  • Join an established company with a qualified and experienced leadership team
  • Opportunity for a Deputy Manager to secure their first manager role
  • Grow alongside an exciting project

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

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 with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Wirral, Merseyside. If successful, you wil...

Children's Residential
Wirral, 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 Wirral, Merseyside. 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 £30,000 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.

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

Ref: 2534

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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 Wirral, Me...

Children's Residential
Wirral, UK

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 Wirral, Merseyside. Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 40 hours per week within a specialist children's home. On top of your day shifts you would be required to work 6-8 sleeps per month as well which are paid on top. An experienced Senior can be expected to earn up to £34,000 per year.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with emotional and behavioural 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 in 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 Wirral, Merse...

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Registered Manager based in Luton, Bedfordshire.

If successful, you will be overseeing a 3 bed service that provides support to children with learning disabilities within a children's home.

This is a permanent position working Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm but these hours are flexible. 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 up to £55,000 per annum.

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:

  • Working with a very experienced Responsible Individual.
  • Clear progression plan.
  • Freedom to recruit your own team.

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.

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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 Luton, Bedfordshire. If suc...

Children's Residential
Saint Helens, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in St Helens. 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 plus sleep-ins. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is essential and applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in Residential childcare.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying between £35,000 - £37,500.

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.
  • Paid enrolment onto Level 5 in Leadership and Management.
  • Market leading training.
  • Company pension.

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.

REF: 2528

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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 St Helens. If successful, you w...

Children's Residential
Kidderminster, UK

We are working in partnership with a provider of children’s services and have a permanent opportunity for a Deputy Manager based in Kidderminster, Worcestershire. 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 40 hours per week. Previous experience in a senior or managerial role is essential and all applicants must have an NVQ level 3 in childcare.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying £31,000 - £37,000 including sleep ins.

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:

  • Real career progression with funded training
  • Competitive bonus scheme
  • Free parking

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.

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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 Kidderminster, Worcestershire. ...

Children's Residential
Loddon, Norwich

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 Loddon, Norfolk.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD in a children's residential home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37 hours per weekThese will be a mixture of earlies, late shifts and sleep in's.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying between £13.73 - £14.45 per hour depending on experience.

Sleep in's are paid at £41.45.

DRIVING LICENSE IS REQUIRED

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.

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 weekend work.
  • Good pension payments.
  • 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.

INDRESE

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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 Loddon, No...

Children's Residential
Beccles, 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 Beccles, Suffolk.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD in a children's residential home. This is an opportunity to join a supportive employer with genuine opportunities to progress.

This is a permanent position working 37 hours per weekThese will be a mixture of earlies, late shifts and sleep in's.

Alongside countless benefits and progression opportunities, our client is paying between £13.73 - £14.45 per hour depending on experience.

Sleep in's are paid at £41.45.

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.

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 weekend work.
  • Good pension payments.
  • 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: 2522

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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 Beccles, S...