Waking Night Support Worker

Posted 21 March 2024
Salary £13 - £15 per hour + weekly pay
Job type Temporary / Shift Work
Discipline Social Care
Contact NameMilly Harrison

Job description


Must have your own vehicle and a driving licence.

Are you a passionate and engaging support worker? Do you want to make a difference in peoples lives?

About the role:

You will be working in a small children's residential home supporting vulnerable children with Emotional Behaviour Disorders, and/or disabilities and challenging behaviours in the Billinge service. You will play a vital role in providng a safe and nurturing home environment for our children and young people to live, learn and grow. My client is looking for a Waking Night Support Worker and offers temp-perm contracts for the right candidate.

About you:

A successful candidate will have experience working with children and young people with emotional Behaviour Disorders, and/or disabilities and challenging behaviours.You must have a driving licence and your own vehicle.

Pay starting from £13 per hour PAYE and £14.57 per hour Umbrella

Requirements for you as the Waking Night Support Worker:

  • Experience in Support Work or SEN
  • Self-motivated individual with clear communication skills
  • Enhanced Child and Adults DBS

Be able to travel to Billinge in your own vehicle

Shift Times:

  • 10:00pm-8:00am
  • 3 nights on 3 nights off- rolling rota

Benefits for you as the Waking Night Support Worker:

  • Holiday Pay 12.07%
  • Weekly Pay
  • Pension
  • E-learning training offered via Charles Hunter
  • A Dedicated Consultant to you

If you think you'd fit the role of the Support Worker, then please contact me!

Milly Harrison- Recruitment Consultant