Residential Children’s Worker

Shire are now working in partnership with a leading provider of children services and have a permanent opportunity for a Residential Children’s Worker based in Audenshaw, Manchester. Our client is offering applicants a full-time position, 40 hours per week within a unique specialist service. You will be joining a small but growing company that are extremely child focused.

If successful, you will be working as part of a team providing support to children with EBD and challenging behaviour. Please note 24 hour shifts and sleep-ins are required for this post.

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

  • Providing support with reference to person centred support plans.
  • Support service users to maintain and develop relationships with friends and family.
  • Support the children in all aspects of their daily living
  • 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:

  • Enhanced weekend rate
  • Market leading health care insurance
  • NEST pension
  • Real opportunities to progress
  • Annual leave which increases with service
  • Committed to the continuous development of all staff

Ideally applicants should have the following:

  • Previous experience of working with young people
  • Car driver is desirable
  • Willingness to work towards a level 3
  • Able to work weekends and sleep ins

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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