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Children Residential Support Worker

Children Residential Support Worker

Posted 24 January by Brook Street
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Making a real difference in the lives of vulnerable young people

We are currently looking for a dedicated and motivated individual suitable for car drivers to join our team as a Children Residential Support Worker in the Bedfordshire area. If you have experience working with vulnerable young people and are keen to make a positive impact in their lives, then we want to hear from you!

Our organisation offers a supportive and flexible environment, where you will have the opportunity to influence and achieve positive changes in the lives of young people from all backgrounds and circumstances. We are seeking someone with the skills and experience to support young people in a 24-hour residential setting, including managing emotional and challenging behaviour, and dealing with various mental health needs.

If you have a background in Children Residential Homes, YOT, County Lines, Mental Health, and Autism, we encourage you to apply. To register with BS Social Care, you will need a minimum of 1 years` experience working with Children and be able to supply 3 years of referencing.

Location - Campton Village

Must be Flexible - Mon - Sun shifts 07.30 - 20.00, 20.00 - 07.30 Waking Night,
19.30 - 23.00 + Sleep in until 07.30
-Accrued holidays
-Pension
Competitive hourly rates £12.00

We offer competitive hourly rates, accrued holidays, and a pension, as well as the opportunity for a great work-life balance. If this sounds like the opportunity you have been looking for, please don`t hesitate to get in touch with Terence at or email your CV .

Take the first step towards making a real difference in the lives of vulnerable young people - we look forward to hearing from you soon!

Required skills

  • Complex Needs
  • Very Challenging Behaviour

Reference: 52004912

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