Oldham, Greater Manchester
£20529 - £26786 per annum + £78 per sleep
14 days ago
Vetro Recruitment are currently recruiting for a Senior Support Worker/ Team Leader to join a well established social care organisation.
The service that you will be joining will be based in Oldham..
The service is a 5 bedded, mixed gender home that cares for Children and Young People with EBD.
The organisation has a large number of Children's services across the North West.
Senior Support Worker/ Team Leader salary is between £20,529 to £22,730 plus £78 per sleep
Candidates will ideally have level 3 diploma CYP, experience of leading a team in a residential setting for children, and would need to drive.
Senior Support Worker/ Team Leader Benefits Include:
Paid regular training - Including Team teach
Above industry average salary and sleep in rate.
Opportunity to work for an organisation that provides a clear career path and potential to grow within the organisation.
Put through and paid NVQ's
Perkbox (employee discount scheme)
We also have similar Support Worker vacancies in Preston, Garstang, Leyland, Penwortham, Lostock Hall and Ribbleton working with young people with EBD and LD
At Vetro Recruitment we recognise that exceptional people always know other exceptional people, so why not earn £50 to £250 for referring them to Vetro Recruitment.
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