Part-Time Children’s Residential Support Worker
Based close to the New Forest the children here benefit from large 50 acre grounds with climbing frames, swings, apple trees, a swimming pool & wooded areas which make this a fun, energetic & exciting place to work. Your new role As a Support Worker you will be working 40 hours per week in a residential setting, with either morning or evening shift patterns.
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You get a brilliant training programme with support from managers & colleagues to gain a QCF Level 3 in Health & Social Care, then you can progress & grow & take on a higher level QCF, turning an everyday job into a successful career.
What you'll get in return In return, Support Workers benefit from a fantastic working environment with a large beautiful outdoor space that you can walk/run around whilst spending time with the joyful children.
Previous experience is not essential for this role, as the client will enrol you on to a 5 days ‘off the job’ induction training programme, with ongoing support to obtain a QCF Level 3 in Health & Social Care. What you'll need to succeed In order to succeed as a Support Worker, you will need be energetic, fun & ready to join in with all activities such as harvest festivals, school plays & much more. You will have a caring mentality, & strong communication skills (as some of the children need non-verbal communication & support). A Driving Licence with access to a car is preferred, as the site is not situated close to a regular public transport route.
Children's Residential Support Worker – £16,640 Your new company Our client provides specialist educational Care & Support for Vulnerable Children & Young Adults between the ages of 6 years – 25 years.
You get a competitive salary, with 35 days holiday (including bank holidays), you also have the option to contribute a small amount of your wage each month to get childcare vouchers or a bicycle with the cycle to work scheme.
You will help the children with daily tasks such as; getting them up & ready for school, helping them with lunch & getting them settled & ready for bed in the evenings.
Previous experience is not essential as training will be given.
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