Therapeutic Support Worker - Full Training provided

Posted 08 March 2024
Salary £30120 - £31576 per annum
LocationTyne and Wear
Job type Permanent
Discipline Social Care
Contact NameGreg Smith

Job description

Therapeutic Children's Worker - Full Training Provided

Do you want to make a positive difference to vulnerable children and their lives? Are you keen to work with an outstanding provider who offers clear development and progression opportunities? Do you have a passion for personal development? Apply today!

If you have answered yes to any of the above, then please get in touch as we have an opportunity available with National Children's Home company who specialises in providing Therapeutic care, education and treatment to vulnerable children and young people with complex backgrounds such as sexual exploitation, trauma and harmful behavioural.


This is a role where you will be working with one of the most reputable care providers in the area and will benefit from ongoing training and support to ensure you have everything you need to become successful in the role.

Please note, this role will include working weekends, sleep overs, mornings and evenings so flexibility is required.

I am looking for psychology graduates, people with SEN School experience, Learning Support Workers, or Children's Support Workers who are also drivers.

Benefits for the Therapeutic Residential Worker include:

  • Starting salary between £30,120 - £31,576 per annum (including sleep-in rates)
  • Full-time contract
  • 33 days annual leave
  • Paid for DBS
  • Industry leading training program - up to Masters equivalent in Child Psychotherapy
  • On-going progression opportunities
  • Pension, maternity and paternity benefits and more!
  • The opportunity to gain accredited Child Psychotherapist, fully funded in house

Responsibilities of the Therapeutic Residential Worker:

  • Experience working as a Support Worker in a similar setting (desirable as full training provided)
  • Ensuring to help the children with their emotional, physical and developmental needs.
  • Display yourself as an appropriate role model
  • Demonstrate a positive attitude, empathy and resilience
  • Encourage positive life experiences for the children
  • Strong experience building report
  • Strong experience working in a team environment
  • Ability to communicate in a positive and open manner
  • Committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of others

If you are looking for your next move, apply today!