Childrens Residential Support Worker

Ross-on-Wye, County of Herefordshire, England
HR9 5JT
Pay
£ 18920.0 - 22720.0 Per year
Hours
Full time
Type
Permanent
Job level
Manager, Newly qualified, Qualified (non-manager)
Posted
11 Nov 2020
Closes
9 Dec 2020

Job Description

Have you always wanted to work with Children and Young people but never had a chance?

Are you currently working with Children or Young people and seeking a new opportunity with amazing career development?

I am currently recruiting for a great opportunity to join a well established service near Ross on Wye as a Residential Support Worker at a small home that cares for children aged 9-18 years old.

As a Residential Support Worker the key areas of the role are; supporting young people in education; encouraging them to attend local clubs and activities; ensuring all health needs are met; helping them develop skills for independent living; building resilience; increasing self-esteem; and equipping them with the knowledge and ability to keep themselves safe. 
 
We are looking for enthusiastic and motivated individuals who want to make a difference to the lives of young people; to enable them to develop socially, emotionally and behaviourally in a setting where they feel safe and cared for. No two days are ever the same, so you need to be happy to work in a fast paced, ever-changing environment.
 
Whilst previous experience of working with children or young people is preferable, we can consider applicants who have a caring nature and a real passion for wanting to make a positive impact on the lives of young people.

Salary: £18,920 - £22,720 (sleep allowance included)

Location: Ross on Wye, HR9

**Due to the rural location of the home it is essential that all staff have a full drivers licence and your own vehicle**  

Contract: Full time, permanent

Shifts: 2 x 16 hour shifts per week + sleep in

As a Residential Support Worker you will be responsible for;

  • Be the young person’s champion and as part of the wider team strive to ensure that they achieve their aspirations and full potential
  • Manage the well-being and behaviour of young people ensuring behaviour are addressed promptly and sensitively
  • Support young people in daily activities including family contact, attending local clubs, 1:1 activities in the community, promoting independence and social behaviour
  • You will be assigned a key child and play a pivotal role in their day to day life including attending reviews and liaising with external agencies and advocating their needs
  • Support and encourage educational engagement and attainment including homework and behavioural support within the education setting
  • Working as a team you will ensure the home is kept to a good standard in all aspects of house-keeping.
Requirements:
  • Experience as a Children’s Support Worker, or with Young People is desirable - but more important is a caring nature and a genuine interest in wanting to make a difference.
  • You must be over the age of 21
  • NVQ or QCF level 3 in Children & Young People is desirable but not required as you will be supported to obtain this qualification once in post.
 
Benefits
 
  • Reward and discount scheme
  • Comprehensive induction
  • Pension scheme
  • Free enhanced disclosure check
  • Commitment to your ongoing training and career progression

 
If this position sounds of interest, please click "Apply" and one of the team will be in touch to discuss the role in more detail - we look forward to hearing from you!
 

Ref: J2006

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