Support Worker

Posted 14 March 2024
Salary £26272 - £32069 per annum
LocationNew Romney
Job type Permanent
Discipline Social Care
Contact NameLaura Hulin

Job description

This is a rewarding career where you can provide support and guidance and make a positive impact to the lives of children and young people. Join a well-established children's residential care provider that provides exceptional care Location: New Romney Salary: Up to £32,069

Please do not apply if you need sponsorship. To apply for this role you must have residence and right to work within the UK

As a Children's Support Worker, you will provide daily direct care, support, and guidance to young people promoting their safety, welfare, development, physical and emotional well-being. You will encourage independence, healthy decison making and create a safe and nurturing environment. You will promote positive, secure relationships and encourage a sense of belonging. You will also encourage and facilitate the development of life skills and support children and young people in their education, assisting with homework, and promoting a positive attitude towards learning.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Previous experience working with children and young people in a residential care setting is desirable
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships
  • Resilience, patience and the ability to stay calm
  • A commitment to promoting the welfare and safeguarding of children and young people.
  • Flexibility to work on a shift basis, including weekends and evenings.
  • A compassionate and caring nature, with a genuine interest in the well-being and development of children and young people.
  • Minimum age requirement of 21 years (due to legislative requirements).

Salary and Benefits for the Residential Support Worker:

  • Competitive salary of up to £32,069
  • Full Training, development and support towards qualifications and career progression
  • Generous holiday allowance.
  • Pension

Apply to Laura Hulin