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Children Support Worker

  • Job reference: JM300420
  • Location: Welwyn, Hertfordshire
  • Job type: Shift
  • Area of Expertise: Unqualified Social Work
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Job description: Service Care Solutions are currently recruiting for a Children Support Worker to work for Hertfordshire County Council. The role is to work within THE WILLOWS who provide their service to help support children with learning and physical difficulties, challenging behaviours and autism.

There will be a variety of shifts available including days (long days if wanted), waking nights and sleep ins!

This is an exciting opportunity and the roles will include:
* Working in a group and 1:1 with the children encouraging independence
* Supporting the residents with their daily routines, including personal care and manual handling
* Ensuring the home is maintained with cooking, cleaning and washing
* Driving the home's cars to take the young people out into the community and work independently.
Skills required:

* A DBS from within the last 12 months
* Applications are invited from those with a care background.
* We will need 2 references
* A Car driver is beneficial but not essential

Benefits:
* Opportunity to work for a prestigious organisation
* Excellent career progression opportunities
* Competitive rates of pay
* Full further training programs will be provided

Working with Service Care Solutions comes with many benefits, including:

* Excellent rates of pay
* Payroll service twice a week
* A contractor Loyalty scheme with various bonuses offered
* Free registration and Free DBS

If you are interested in the role, or know of anyone who may be, please contact Josh at Service Care Solutions on 01772 208964 or email Joshua.Morrison@servicecare.org.uk.


Service Care Solutions also offers a £250 referral bonus! So if you know of anyone who would be perfect for this position and they are placed into work, you will receive £250 for the referral once their probationary period has been completed!