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Waking Night Children's Residential Support Worker

  • Job reference: AP1710WakingnightPen
  • Location: Penwortham, Lancashire
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Area of Expertise: Unqualified Social Work
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Job description: Waking Night Children's Residential Support Worker
To join a large organisation with opportunities of future progression! Based in Penwortham.

My client is a leading provider of residential care to children and young people in the North West. With the constant need to provide care to looked after children and children with EBD my client is ever expanding and therefore is now needing more Residential Workers to help provide the best service to the children and young people.

I am currently looking for a permanent full time or part time Waking Night Children's Residential Support Workers to be based in the Penwortham area.

As the Waking Night Residential Support Worker you will complete the morning and night routines with the Young people, providing handover to you colleagues. You will complete regular checks of the Building ensuring all young people are safe. You will also provide emotional support to the young people throughout the night.

You will be based within a 3 bed EBD home near Preston City Centre. The property is detached with a large garden outside and is based within a residential area with lots of local amenities available.

Pay: £17500 - £20000 dependent on experience + extra sleep ins available £75 each

What my client offers:
Flexible working
Training and progression opportunities
Join a fun and outgoing team
Excellent starting salary with bonuses and incentives

Candidate Profile
The successful candidate for this position will have a genuine interest to work with young people. Experience of previously working in this environment or a formal qualification is advantageous. You must be a driver for this role.

*Service Care Solutions also offer a referral fee of £250 for anyone you may know. Once they are placed and complete their probationary period of 13 weeks, you receive a £250 bonus! *