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Full-Time Outreach Support Worker (Surrey and South East) - Flexible hours. Would suit a candidate with residential care experience.
A dynamic and rewarding role where you can make a difference to young people.
PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
To assist young people to live independently
To promote the 5 outcomes in the Every Child Matters Green Paper
To provide a caring and supportive environment for young people which respects and affirms their racial, cultural and religious identity and lifestyle.
To assist young people in the transition from adolescence to adulthood by equipping them with life skills and empowering them.
To help young people to sustain their accommodation and providing mediation when required.
To help the young person and all significant persons in the design and implementation of their care plans, taking into account the views of the young person.
Establish a support network
Reduce any risks of harm from self or others or towards others.
To safeguard young people
Full clean driving licence is and access to a suitable car with valid insurance, tax and MOT is essential
The post is subject to
Satisfactory enhanced DBS (Formerly CRB) Disclosure and references
Essential car user allowance of £1200 per annum, bonus scheme and pension
Company laptop and mobile phone
Ref: Support worker
Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England£ 21000 - 21000 Per yearPermanentPosted 8th May 2018
£ 21000 - 21000 Per yearFull timePermanentPosted 8th May 2018Closes 28th May 2018Ref 150634_GNE
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