If you're dedicated to helping others and improving their independence and quality of life, this full-time role as a Residential Support Worker is an excellent opportunity to take your career forward.
Working in Guildford earning £21,500 a year, you will be providing a high standard of physical, emotional, social and intellectual care for young people. Our care client currently has four homes with additional homes opening. Each care home is set in a rural location and offers a comfortable homely environment for young males aged 13-18 years.
Your Support Worker role:
? Ensuring that a caring and stimulating environment is provided; which takes into account individual developmental needs and enables the young people to reach their potential.
? Planning and preparing activities that meet their needs and stimulates learning and integration.
? Working with local authorities to ensure that the care received is outstanding.
? Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with parents/carers in a way that supports learning and development and values parental involvement.
? To be flexible.
You must have experience of working with young people and an NVQ Diploma level 3 in Children's Workforce would be desirable. You also must be a driver.
Our client is committed to providing outstanding outcomes for the young people and encouraging them to achieve to their highest potential. As well as a great salary of £21,500 for a 40-hour week (which includes morning/evening shifts and weekends); they offer enhanced overtime rate plus 28 days annual leave, enhanced disclosure costs and a NEST pension option, free on-site parking and comfortable sleeping-in facilities. You will receive a thorough induction and further ongoing training.
If this rewarding Support Worker role is the opportunity you're looking for to start Christmas on a positive note, please send your CV to email@example.com or call Heidi on today 01293 848170 for an initial conversation.
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