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Children's Residential Team Leader

Jobs in Preston, Lancashire, North West England

£31,800.00 - £33,800.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Team Leader We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Team Leader About the job: As a Team Leader, you will be key in helping my clients young people and leading a Team of Support Workers. This is a challenging role, where no two days are the same, but the rewards are incomparable to any other job. You will be working in an environment where the little things that you do every day could have life-changing results on the young people in our care and the staff Team you lead. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. Team Leaders are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care. Team Leaders are professionally and operationally accountable to the Registered Manager in the Children's home. The home is a newly refurbished Residential home, set in 4.5 acres of farm land located on the rural fringe of Preston. The home provides accommodation for up to 6 young people between the ages of 8 and 18. Young people with Learning Disabilities and Autistic Spectrum Disorder are encouraged to develop transferable skills that become essential in later independent life. It is not home to exclusively Children either; the young people share the grounds with 3 pygmy goats, 2 donkeys and countless rabbits, sheep, hens, guinea pigs and hamsters. Accommodation is separated into the main building, hosting 4 bedrooms, and a self-contained sole occupancy annex, all newly refurbished and personalised by the young people. There is also an indoor football pitch and several games rooms on site. What would I be doing? Working with all levels of the Staff Team to safeguard the young people at all times. Leading, by example, a Team of Support Workers to ensure the best care for the young people, including staff review, Supervision and professional development. Joining a supportive management Team within the home to develop and update a range of paperwork, including Care Plans, Behaviour Support Plans and Risk Assessments. Participating in a wide range of innovative and exciting recreational events held within the home and wider community. Running the home in the absence of the Registered Manager and be on a rostered on-call system during the week Creating positive relationships with the young people and offering them unconditional dignity and respect. Meeting the physical, emotional, behavioural and cultural needs of the young people in care. Continually maintaining accurate and clear record keeping. Ensuring that the needs of the young people are being met and reviewing and recording changes to those needs. Actively contributing to the development of the Team. This role will include supporting individuals with Children as young as 5 years up to 18 years of age. You will be working with a variety of Children from various backgrounds and including: Learning Disabilities (ALN Additional Learning needs), Emotional and Behavioural Issues, CSE Issues, Children who Self-Harm, Young Offenders and those with Substance Misuse and Detachment Disorders. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. You must hold a Level 3 Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare Diploma. We are looking for candidates aged 23+. You will ideally have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of approximately £23,700 plus £78 sleep in rate with an average of 6-10 sleep ins per month. This equates to approximately £31,800-£33,800 per annum. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - 2 week paid induction programme - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 - Access to a wide range of free online courses for all staff on a variety of topic - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Refer a friend scheme' reward system - earn up to £250 per referral - Pension scheme - Annual Employee Awards Evening - Employee recognition schemes Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)

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Children's Residential Team Leader

Jobs in Oakenclough, Wyre, Lancashire, North West England

£29,300.00 - £31,150.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Team Leader We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Team Leader About the job: As a Team Leader, you will be key in helping my clients young people and leading a Team of Support Workers. This is a challenging role, where no two days are the same, but the rewards are incomparable to any other job. You will be working in an environment where the little things that you do every day could have life-changing results on the young people in our care and the staff Team you lead. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. Team Leaders are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care. Team Leaders are professionally and operationally accountable to the Registered Manager in the Children's home. The home is a five bedded detached house, the home has been specifically adapted to accommodate up to five young people, of either gender, of between the ages of 8 and 18 years of age, upon admission. The young people usually require short/medium or long term care away from their family environment and may have a range of emotional, behavioural and social needs; young people may have also had a history of going missing from home, being vulnerable in relation to sexual exploitation or influenced by alcohol and/or illegal substances. What would I be doing? Working with all levels of the Staff Team to safeguard the young people at all times. Leading, by example, a Team of Support Workers to ensure the best care for the young people, including staff review, Supervision and professional development. Joining a supportive management Team within the home to develop and update a range of paperwork, including Care Plans, Behaviour Support Plans and Risk Assessments. Participating in a wide range of innovative and exciting recreational events held within the home and wider community. Running the home in the absence of the Registered Manager and be on a rostered on-call system during the week Creating positive relationships with the young people and offering them unconditional dignity and respect. Meeting the physical, emotional, behavioural and cultural needs of the young people in care. Continually maintaining accurate and clear record keeping. Ensuring that the needs of the young people are being met and reviewing and recording changes to those needs. Actively contributing to the development of the Team. This role will include supporting individuals with Children as young as 5 years up to 18 years of age. You will be working with a variety of Children from various backgrounds and including: Learning Disabilities (ALN Additional Learning needs), Emotional and Behavioural Issues, CSE Issues, Children who Self-Harm, Young Offenders and those with Substance Misuse and Detachment Disorders. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. You must hold a Level 3 Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare Diploma. We are looking for candidates aged 23+. You will ideally have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of approximately £23,700 plus £78 sleep in rate with an average of 6-8 sleep ins per month. This equates to approximately £29,300-£31,150 per annum. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - 2 week paid induction programme - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 - Access to a wide range of free online courses for all staff on a variety of topic - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Refer a friend scheme' reward system - earn up to £250 per referral - Pension scheme - Annual Employee Awards Evening - Employee recognition schemes Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)

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Children's Residential Team Leader

Jobs in Garstang, Wyre, Lancashire, North West England

£29,300.00 - £31,150.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Team Leader We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Team Leader About the job: As a Team Leader, you will be key in helping my clients young people and leading a Team of Support Workers. This is a challenging role, where no two days are the same, but the rewards are incomparable to any other job. You will be working in an environment where the little things that you do every day could have life-changing results on the young people in our care and the staff Team you lead. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. Team Leaders are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care. Team Leaders are professionally and operationally accountable to the Registered Manager in the Children's home. The home is a large detached property. We aim to ensure that our house reflects that of family home where young people feel safe, relaxed and cared for in a non-institutionalised setting. They offer care for up to 5 young people ranging from 8 - 18, of either gender, with Social, Emotional and Behaviour Difficulties. The home is based nearby Garstang, a small semi-rural village just North of Preston, Lancashire. This ideal location allows young people to live in a quiet and peaceful location whilst still having access to facilities in both Preston and Lancaster via the great transport links locally. What would I be doing? Working with all levels of the Staff Team to safeguard the young people at all times. Leading, by example, a Team of Support Workers to ensure the best care for the young people, including staff review, Supervision and professional development. Joining a supportive management Team within the home to develop and update a range of paperwork, including Care Plans, Behaviour Support Plans and Risk Assessments. Participating in a wide range of innovative and exciting recreational events held within the home and wider community. Running the home in the absence of the Registered Manager and be on a rostered on-call system during the week Creating positive relationships with the young people and offering them unconditional dignity and respect. Meeting the physical, emotional, behavioural and cultural needs of the young people in care. Continually maintaining accurate and clear record keeping. Ensuring that the needs of the young people are being met and reviewing and recording changes to those needs. Actively contributing to the development of the Team. This role will include supporting individuals with Children as young as 5 years up to 18 years of age. You will be working with a variety of Children from various backgrounds and including: Learning Disabilities (ALN Additional Learning needs), Emotional and Behavioural Issues, CSE Issues, Children who Self-Harm, Young Offenders and those with Substance Misuse and Detachment Disorders. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. You must hold a Level 3 Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare Diploma. We are looking for candidates aged 23+. You will ideally have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of approximately £23,700 plus £78 sleep in rate with an average of 6-8 sleep ins per month. This equates to approximately £29,300-£31,150 per annum. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - 2 week paid induction programme - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 - Access to a wide range of free online courses for all staff on a variety of topic - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Refer a friend scheme' reward system - earn up to £250 per referral - Pension scheme - Annual Employee Awards Evening - Employee recognition schemes Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)

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Children's Home Team Leader

Jobs in Loughborough, Charnwood, Leicestershire, East Midlands

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£11.50 /Hour
 Any
 Posted about : 5 days ago

Location: Loughborough

Hours: 40 per week

Job type: Permanent – Full Time

Salary: £11.50 per hour + £89.00 per sleep in


Job Paths 4 U are looking for a Childrens Home Team Leader for our clients 3 bedded Residential Childrens homes based in Loughborough.


Our client is a provider of Residential Childrens services, and they specialise in providing the highest standard of care to Children and Young People diagnosed with EBD and challenging behaviour’s.


As a Team Leader, you will assist the deputy and home manager in leading, motivating and supporting a Team of support workers to meet the needs of Children and Young People with EBD.


This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a reputable and growing Childrens Residential services care group in Leicestershire.


Childrens Home Team Leader Duties and Responsibilities include:


  • Lead shifts, have responsibility for decision making, and follow policies and procedures in line with current legislation.
  • Manage and take direct responsibility for staff performance, training, and support
  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both with colleagues and Children, verbally and in writing
  • Work in line with young people’s care plans and health plans
  • Motivate, aid and guide Children in their self-development
  • Set appropriate examples for Children at all times
  • Listen and respond responsibly with sensitivity
  • Undertake supervision of staff
  • React calmly in stressful situations
  • Maintain administrative records as required by the organisation


Minimum requirements for this Childrens Home Team Leader position are:


  • Hold a Level 3 qualification in Residential childcare
  • Have two years of experience working in a Residential Childrens Home
  • Leadership experience in Residential childcare
  • Experience working with young people with EBD and challenging behaviours


Benefits for this position include:


  • Ongoing training
  • Career progression opportunities
  • A supportive management Team
  • Pension scheme

 

Contact: Ben at Job Paths 4 U on ##### 218 ##### or #####

 

Visit our website for all of our current vacancies www.jobpaths4u.com

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Children's Home Team Leader

Jobs in Kent, New Forest, Hampshire, South East England

Job Paths 4 U Jobs
£11.00 /Hour
 Any
 Posted about : 20 days ago

Job Paths 4 U are looking to recruit a Childrens Home Team Leader for one of our clients Residential Childrens homes based in Kent.


Our client currently has Childrens Home Team Leader positions available in Rochester, Canterbury, Broadstairs, Staple or Sandwich.


Our client is a provider of Residential Childrens services and they specialise in providing the highest standard of care to Children and Young People diagnosed with EBD and challenging behaviour’s.


As a Team Leader, you will assist the deputy and home manager in leading, motivating and supporting a Team of support workers to meet the needs of Children and Young People with EBD.


This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a reputable and growing Childrens Residential services care group in Kent currently with 9 homes rated Good or Outstanding by Ofsted.


Childrens Home Team Leader Duties and Responsibilities include:


  • Lead shifts, have responsibility for decision making, and follow policies and procedures in line with current Legislation.
  • Manage and take direct responsibility for staff performance, training and support
  • Offer support and guidance during On-Call duties
  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both with colleagues and Children, verbally and in writing
  • Work in line with young people’s care plans and health plans
  • Motivate, aid and guide Children in their self-development
  • Set appropriate examples for Children at all times
  • Listen and respond responsibly with sensitivity
  • Undertake supervisions of staff
  • React calmly in stressful situations
  • Maintain administrative records as required by the organisation


Minimum requirements for this Childrens Home Team Leader position are:


  • Two years experience working in a Residential Childrens Home
  • Leadership experience  in Residential childcare
  • Hold a Diploma Level 3 Children and Young People workforce or equivalent
  • Be prepared to work early, late and night shifts (including sleepovers) on a rota basis
  • Hold a full UK driving license (desirable)


Benefits for this position include:


  • 28 days Holiday with additional holiday for loyalty to the company
  • £30 Per Sleep
  • Enhanced disclosure cost coverage at the cost of the employer
  • Ongoing training and development, opportunities to progress within an expanding company and be part of an effective and supportive Team
  • Access to Perk Box

 

Location: Rochester, Canterbury, Broadstairs, Staple or Sandwich

Salary: £11.00 per hour + £30 per sleep in

Contact: Adam at Job Paths 4 U on ##### 218 ##### or #####

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Children's Home Team Leader

Jobs in Garstang, Wyre, Lancashire, North West England

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£23,213.00 - £23,771.00 /Annum
 Any
 Posted about : a month ago

Job Paths 4 U are looking to recruit a Childrens Home Team Leader for one of our client’s Residential Childrens homes based in Garstang.


Our client is a provider of Residential Childrens services, and they specialise in providing the highest standard of care to Children and Young People diagnosed with EBD and challenging behaviour’s.


As a Team Leader, you will assist the deputy and home manager in leading, motivating and supporting a Team of support workers to meet the needs of Children and Young People with Emotional and behavioural difficulties.


This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a reputable and growing Childrens Residential services care group across Preston and Lancaster currently with 12 Residential Childrens homes.


Childrens Home Team Leader Duties and Responsibilities include:


  • Lead shifts, have responsibility for decision making, and follow policies and procedures in line with current legislation.
  • Manage and take direct responsibility for staff performance, training and support
  • Communicate clearly and effectively, both with colleagues and Children, verbally and in writing
  • Work in line with young people’s care plans and health plans
  • Motivate, aid and guide Children in their self-development
  • Set appropriate examples for Children at all times
  • Listen and respond responsibly with sensitivity
  • Undertake supervision of staff
  • React calmly in stressful situations
  • Maintain administrative records as required by the organisation


This home is a large, detached property, based in an ideal location which allows young people to live in a quiet and peaceful place, whilst still having access to facilities in both Preston and Lancaster via the great transport links locally.


Minimum requirements for this Childrens Home Team Leader position are:


  • Two years experience working in a Residential Childrens Home
  • Leadership experience in Residential childcare
  • Have experience working with Children with emotional and behavioural difficulties
  • Hold a Diploma Level 3 Children and Young People workforce or equivalent
  • Be prepared to work early, late and sleep ins on a rota basis
  • Live in or around the Garstang or Oakenclough area


Benefits for this position include:


  • Ongoing training and development, opportunities
  • Working with an effective and supportive Team
  • Company pension scheme


Location: Garstang and Oakenclough

Salary: £23,213 - £23,771 + £78 per sleep in (on average 6 sleep in’s per month)

Contact: Ben at Job Paths 4 U on ##### 218 ##### or #####

Visit our website for all of our current vacancies www.jobpaths4u.com

 

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Team Leader, Children's Residential Services

Jobs in Seamer, Hambleton, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire and the Humber

£10.35 - £10.71 /Hour
 Permanent
 Posted about : 3 days ago

Are you an experienced Childrens & Young person support worker? We are looking for Team Leaders who are caring and compassionate individuals with the desire to make a positive difference to the lives of our incredible Children & Young people through leading by example to other Childrens & Young person’s support workers. What we can offer you as a Childrens Residential Team Leader at Cambian Group * £10.35-10.71 per hour 40 hours per week * Basic earning potential of £(phone number removed) pa * £30 Sleep in rate (2-3 sleep ins per week) * Overtime paid at an enhanced rate * Shift patterns and Rotas to support your work life balance * Full enhanced Childrens and adults DBS paid for by Cambian Group * Full Training provided - 10-day paid intensive induction training course, face to face and online learning to support your development starting immediately * 3-5 paid shadowing shifts working with an experienced Team Leader or Deputy Manager * Working closely and collaborative with clinical and other local authorities * Opportunity of succession and personal development planning to achieve your full career potential to support you in progressing your career from your leadership Team * Free onsite parking, meals and other benefits such as Cycle to work, Dental plans, Casual Dress, Pension scheme, Car leasing scheme, Cambian Rewards full of discounted restaurants and days out for the family! We are recruiting for Children Team Leaders for one of our Residential Childrens homes within Scarborough, North Yorkshire and surrounding areas: The working day can be very unpredictable and you could find yourself doing a variation of duties such as Planning Team rotas to supporting the Deputy and home manager in various meetings and appointments. We are looking for people who are flexible, reliable, adaptable able to read situations to help our young people make positive choices whist proactively supporting colleagues in their development through leading by example. * Working on a rota basis (average 172 hours a month Full Time) plus sleep ins depending on the size of the home. We do understand personal commitments and will be pleased to talk about flexible working * Meeting the needs of the Children and Young People in line with OFSTED regulations Qualifications/Experience/Requirements * We are looking for people with the ability to assist the Registered Manager and/or the Deputy Manager in the implementation of all aspects of the Statement of Purpose * To receive supervision in line with Quality Standards and to take responsibility for personal * development and progress of individual training needs * To carry out all other reasonable tasks as directed by the Registered Manager and/or the Deputy Manager * To deputise in the absence of the Registered Manager and/or Deputy Manager * We are creating a family for our incredible Children & Young people therefore we welcome a diverse culture We are the Cambian Group, the largest independent provider of care and education for Children and young people. We believe that everyone has a personal best. Those we care for and those who care for them. You will find that you are part of a close, supportive Team, all focused on achieving the best outcome for everyone. Requirements for an Enhanced DBS and reference checking will be undertaken in line with government regulations and safer recruitment best practice. Whilst we endeavour to keep the recruitment process as short as possible due to the nature of these important checks it may extend the processing time. All young people are equally entitled to have their needs met in a fair and balanced way. Cambian Group employees are responsible for promoting equal opportunities for all and for challenging any behaviour or practice which discriminates against any young person or colleague on the grounds of race, religion, disability, age, gender, sexual orientation or any other perceived difference

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Children's Residential Support Worker

Jobs in St Helens, St. Helens, Merseyside, North West England

£23,000.00 - £27,000.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Residential Support Worker We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Support Worker. About the job: You will be joining a leading specialist client who cater for supporting Children within in a full time (LAC) looked after care - Residential setting. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. RSW's are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care.  The home provides solo and dual Residential placements for young people with complex emotional and behavioural issues and is based in St Helens, Merseyside. What would I be doing? RSW's are required to provide care and support to Children in the 8 to 17 age range. The full-time shift pattern is a 24-hour shift, including sleeping-in overnight. RSW's typically work two-three full shifts per week, including shifts on the weekends. The home's aim is to provide a family-type atmosphere. RSW's are required to: Supervise and monitor Children as directed, which may include 1:1 or 2:1 supervision. Keep accurate, factual, and legible written records (e.g. records about the child's behaviour; phone messages; communication notes). Be punctual and record accurate shift start and finish times using systems that is currently in place to capture this. Protect and safeguard Children from harm both inside and outside of the home environment. Treat Children with respect and dignity in a way that promotes feelings of trust and safety. Help to maintain a safe environment that complies with Health and Safety and other legal requirements. Undertake domestic tasks such as shopping, food preparation, cooking, and cleaning. Promote the healthy development and adjustment of Children in their care. Administer first-aid to injured Children. Help Children adhere to appropriate behavioural expectations and challenge Children when they display inappropriate behaviour, in line with the child's management and care plan. Ensure the home environment is appropriate and sensitive to the individual needs of Children, including specific needs (e.g. cultural, religious, dietary, language needs). Relate appropriately to the Children, which includes engaging Children in appropriate conversation and activities both in the home (e.g. arts and crafts, computer games) and outside the home (e.g. swimming, ice-skating), which may require a degree of physical exertion. Accompany the Children and young people on Residential trips and holidays. Assist Children at times of emotional and behavioural crisis, which may include use of de-escalation strategies to calm the child and, as a last resort, use of physical management. RSW's are sometimes exposed to challenging and distressing behaviour (e.g. self-harm, aggression, verbal abuse). Assist Children with educational tasks and homework (e.g. reading practice). Assist older Children in the development of independence skills (e.g. cooking, Relate in a professional manner at all times to the child's family and friends, and to other professionals (e.g. social workers, health workers, teachers, Ofsted inspectors). Develop an appropriate understanding of each child/young person's developmental, emotional, social, educational, and behavioural needs in order to meet his/her needs as part of the care team and care planning process. Communicate effectively with other team members and maintain good working relationships with other team members. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. Ideally you will hold or be working towards a Level 3 QCF Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare. We are looking for candidates aged 21+. You MUST have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of between £20,176-£21,500 plus £50 per sleep in. This equates to approximately 5,750-£23,000-£27,000 per annum inclusive of sleep in rate. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 or 5 - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Pension scheme Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)

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Children's Residential Support Worker

Jobs in Hawton, Newark and Sherwood, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands

£25,750.00 - £26,750.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Residential Support Worker We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Support Worker. About the job: You will be joining a leading specialist client who cater for supporting Children within in a full time (LAC) looked after care - Residential setting. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. RSW's are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care. Shifts run from 10am - 10.30am the next day. Your contracted hours are 173 per month with an average of 10 sleep ins per month. The home (EBD) is registered with Ofsted to work with up to 4 young people aged between 8 and 17 years of age and the home caters for males and females of any sexual orientation including LGBT. The home is located in Newark NG23 and is new for 2021. What would I be doing? RSW's are required to provide care and support to Children in the 8 to 17 age range. The full-time shift pattern is a 24-hour shift, including sleeping-in overnight. RSW's typically work two-three full shifts per week, including shifts on the weekends. The home's aim is to provide a family-type atmosphere. RSW's are required to: Supervise and monitor Children as directed, which may include 1:1 or 2:1 supervision. Keep accurate, factual, and legible written records (e.g. records about the child's behaviour; phone messages; communication notes). Be punctual and record accurate shift start and finish times using systems that is currently in place to capture this. Protect and safeguard Children from harm both inside and outside of the home environment. Treat Children with respect and dignity in a way that promotes feelings of trust and safety. Help to maintain a safe environment that complies with Health and Safety and other legal requirements. Undertake domestic tasks such as shopping, food preparation, cooking, and cleaning. Promote the healthy development and adjustment of Children in their care. Administer first-aid to injured Children. Help Children adhere to appropriate behavioural expectations and challenge Children when they display inappropriate behaviour, in line with the child's management and care plan. Ensure the home environment is appropriate and sensitive to the individual needs of Children, including specific needs (e.g. cultural, religious, dietary, language needs). Relate appropriately to the Children, which includes engaging Children in appropriate conversation and activities both in the home (e.g. arts and crafts, computer games) and outside the home (e.g. swimming, ice-skating), which may require a degree of physical exertion. Accompany the Children and young people on Residential trips and holidays. Assist Children at times of emotional and behavioural crisis, which may include use of de-escalation strategies to calm the child and, as a last resort, use of physical management. RSW's are sometimes exposed to challenging and distressing behaviour (e.g. self-harm, aggression, verbal abuse). Assist Children with educational tasks and homework (e.g. reading practice). Assist older Children in the development of independence skills (e.g. cooking, Relate in a professional manner at all times to the child's family and friends, and to other professionals (e.g. social workers, health workers, teachers, Ofsted inspectors). Develop an appropriate understanding of each child/young person's developmental, emotional, social, educational, and behavioural needs in order to meet his/her needs as part of the care team and care planning process. Communicate effectively with other team members and maintain good working relationships with other team members. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. Ideally you will hold or be working towards a Level 3 QCF Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare. We are looking for candidates aged 21+. You MUST have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of between £19,500-£20,500 plus £62.64 per sleep in. This equates to approximately £25,750-£26,750 inclusive of sleep in rate. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 or 5 - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Pension scheme Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)

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Children's Residential Support Worker

Jobs in Ince in Makerfield, Wigan, Greater Manchester, North West England

£23,000.00 - £27,000.00 /Annum
 Permanent
 Posted about : 7 days ago

Children's Home Residential Support Worker We have a fantastic opportunity available for a Qualified level 3 Children & Young People - Children's Residential Support Worker. About the job: You will be joining a leading specialist client who cater for supporting Children within in a full time (LAC) looked after care - Residential setting. We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with Children and would like to help all Children in care develop and nurture their life experiences. The home operates 24-hours each day, every day of the year, requiring round-the-clock staffing and management. RSW's are required to conform to appropriate standards of conduct at all times and to be mindful that they serve as important role models to the Children in their care.  The home provides solo and dual Residential placements for young people with complex emotional and behavioural issues and is based in Wigan, Greater Manchester What would I be doing? RSW's are required to provide care and support to Children in the 8 to 17 age range. The full-time shift pattern is a 24-hour shift, including sleeping-in overnight. RSW's typically work two-three full shifts per week, including shifts on the weekends. The home's aim is to provide a family-type atmosphere. RSW's are required to: Supervise and monitor Children as directed, which may include 1:1 or 2:1 supervision. Keep accurate, factual, and legible written records (e.g. records about the child's behaviour; phone messages; communication notes). Be punctual and record accurate shift start and finish times using systems that is currently in place to capture this. Protect and safeguard Children from harm both inside and outside of the home environment. Treat Children with respect and dignity in a way that promotes feelings of trust and safety. Help to maintain a safe environment that complies with Health and Safety and other legal requirements. Undertake domestic tasks such as shopping, food preparation, cooking, and cleaning. Promote the healthy development and adjustment of Children in their care. Administer first-aid to injured Children. Help Children adhere to appropriate behavioural expectations and challenge Children when they display inappropriate behaviour, in line with the child's management and care plan. Ensure the home environment is appropriate and sensitive to the individual needs of Children, including specific needs (e.g. cultural, religious, dietary, language needs). Relate appropriately to the Children, which includes engaging Children in appropriate conversation and activities both in the home (e.g. arts and crafts, computer games) and outside the home (e.g. swimming, ice-skating), which may require a degree of physical exertion. Accompany the Children and young people on Residential trips and holidays. Assist Children at times of emotional and behavioural crisis, which may include use of de-escalation strategies to calm the child and, as a last resort, use of physical management. RSW's are sometimes exposed to challenging and distressing behaviour (e.g. self-harm, aggression, verbal abuse). Assist Children with educational tasks and homework (e.g. reading practice). Assist older Children in the development of independence skills (e.g. cooking, Relate in a professional manner at all times to the child's family and friends, and to other professionals (e.g. social workers, health workers, teachers, Ofsted inspectors). Develop an appropriate understanding of each child/young person's developmental, emotional, social, educational, and behavioural needs in order to meet his/her needs as part of the care team and care planning process. Communicate effectively with other team members and maintain good working relationships with other team members. What experience or qualifications would I need? To be considered for this role you must have proven previous experience and a passion to work in the child care sector. Ideally you will hold or be working towards a Level 3 QCF Children and Young People's Workforce or Residential Childcare. We are looking for candidates aged 21+. You MUST have a full UK driving license and your own car for this role. What would I get in return? - Basic salary of between £20,176-£21,500 plus £50 per sleep in. This equates to approximately 5,750-£23,000-£27,000 per annum inclusive of sleep in rate. - Competitive salary including enhanced qualified rates - Dedicated learning and development programmes including fully funded QCF Level 3 or 5 - Free DBS check - Free parking - Free meals on shift - Pension scheme Please send your CV for immediate consideration or call us for a chat on (phone number removed)