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  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Care & Supported Housing

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £11.77 - £15.75 per hour

  • Contact:

    Dana Frunzaru

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  • Contact phone:

    02921 660 880

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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  • Consultant:

    Dana Frunzaru

Do you have an interest in supporting children with complex needs associated with autism? Are you enthusiastic, resilient, and driven to enrich and make a difference in the lives of these children? 
We have an opportunity for a Children’s Residential Support Worker to join one of the UK’s leading Children’s Residential Service providers. 

Your role will be to work alongside a team of creative educators, care and therapeutic professionals supporting children with Learning disabilities and Autism aged between 8 and 19 years old in Swansea. 

The site is located beside the golden curve of Swansea Bay and is a  bright modern home located on the same site as the school.

We support children to socialise and meet lifelong friends in a safe and nurturing environment where children have access to a peer group, where they can learn, make mistakes, practice and ultimately succeed.

  • £11.77 per hour on Weekdays (inclusive of holiday pay)
  • £12.05 per hour Weekends (inclusive of holiday pay) 
  • £15.75 per hour Bank Holidays 
  • Location: Swansea 
Hours: Full time and Part time hours available (shift pattern is flexible, a mixture of weekdays and weekends) *
Shift Pattern: 8am-8pm, 8pm-8am
Comprehensive Training Package including scheduled ongoing face-to-face training. Plenty of opportunities to maximise earnings and career development. Excellent Rates of pay, weekly pay, and no payroll charges

Free online training and subsidised practical training (TMVA, PMVA, PBM) 

  • Encouraging young people to participate in activities and take responsibility for their own lives depending on their age.
  • Dealing with challenging behaviours when needed.
  • Protecting children and young people from risks to their health and welfare. Maintaining a safe environment for young people.
  • Maintaining an up to date knowledge of the individual’s; care plan, guidelines, reward system and preferred method of communication.
  • Supporting taxing behaviour safely and sympathetically.
  • Developing and maintaining good working relationships with the staff, parents, Social Workers and other professionals that may be involved in the young people’s lives such as Psychologists.
  • Experience as a Support Worker, or with Young People is essential.
  • You must be over the age of 21.
  • PBM/TMVA training required
Can you deliver a holistic and integrated approach to care and really make a difference to young people with Learning disabilities and Autism? If this sounds like your dream role, we would love to hear from you. Click the ‘APPLY’ now and one of the team will be in touch.