Children Residential Support Worker

Posted 23 November by Reed Social Care

We are currently recruiting for talented Children's Residential Support Workers in Liverpool.

About the role

This is a full time role which will be on a temp to perm basis, where you will be working as a temporary worker for 12 weeks before becoming permanent with the company. The role will involve working day shifts and sleeps on a rota basis. Our client is initially offering £10.42 per hour, however they are offering salary increases after 12 weeks, 6 months, 1 year and 2 years up to £11.70 per hour. 

You will receive a thorough induction in to the company and also receive suitable training for the home that you will be working in. 

The role will involve providing support to children with autism and learning disabilities, which will involve personal care and promoting positive outcomes.

About the company

This is an established support provider, with homes and schools nationwide. They are committed to supporting vulnerable children by offering a high level of support so that they can achieve the best possible outcomes. 

There are multiple services in the area, all of which are completed to a high standard. Most of the homes are 4-5 bed, with separate spaces for the children and also communal areas where they can interact.

Who we are looking for

Candidates should have experience working in a similar role, either working with children or working with adults with autism or learning disabilities. Candidate must hold an NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care with Children and young people, or be willing to work towards the qualification.

Application questions

Do you have experience working in a children's residential setting?
Do you have experience supporting vulnerable individuals with autism and learning disabilities?

Reference: 50771559

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