£15352 - £26000 per annum + sleep in allowance
over 1 year ago
We are recruiting for Deputy Managers, Senior Support Workers and Waking Night Support Workers to join a large Childrens organisation who provide residential care and education for young people with social, emotional and mental health needs. The young people are cared for and nurtured from values obtained from the House Model of Parenting and you can apply these methods by obtaining the knowledge and skills from the companies extensive training programme.
The homes are located in Wrexham and other areas of North Wales in addition to the Shropshire area. There are various job vacancies available with great developmental opportunities and growth.
There are various shift patterns available for this organisation with options of full 24 hour shifts and waking nights dependent on role and location.
Senior Support Worker - Deputy Home Manager
Annual salary: £21,200 - £26,000 dependent on experience
with £28 per night sleep in allowance
Opportunity to take a foundation degree in therapeutic child care
2 X 24 hour shifts per week = **5 DAYS OFF A WEEK**
Permanent full-time role, flexible working week
NVQ Level 3 in Children and Young People is required for this role - or Level 3 in Children's Residential Care
Waking Nights Support Worker
Annual salary: £15,353.00 - £19,695.00 dependent on experience
Some relevant care experience required but flexible of qualifications
Permanent full-time role, waking nights
Career Progression and relevant training
Fully funded NVQ Level 3 opportunity
About the organisation
This organisation provides residential care to children and young people who have experienced hardship in their lives and provides support to transform their lives with a positive outcome. With the help and support of clinical professionals and therapy services, you can make a difference to these children.
The young people you will be caring for will experience such behaviours that may include:
Early childhood trauma
Inappropriate Sexualised Behaviour (ISB)
Sexually Harmful Behaviour (SHB)
The job offers
Flexibility to travel and the opportunity to further develop your professional knowledge and skills
Funded development and training including the 'Management Development Programme'.
Regular salary reviews and salary progression based on qualifications and experience.
Employee assistance programme including counselling, fitness advice and personal coaching on health, stress and relationship issues
Regular professional supervision and team support meetings
Additional sick pay scheme
Occupational health support
Discounted gym membership
Discounted legal advice
Death in service benefit
In order to be considered for this role you require a full UK driving licence and previous experience in a similar setting.
This is a challenging yet rewarding role and we are looking for experienced and committed support workers to join the team.
To register your interest for this role, please apply with your CV via this ad.
Alternatively you can call Alex for a confidential chat on 029 21 660 880.
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