Residential Support Worker
We currently have part time vacancies for Residential Support Workers to join our established team.
Our ethos is providing a 'home from home' environment for our young people. At ROC Northwest, we pride ourselves on our friendly, innovative, person-centred, empowering and positive values that we reflect as a company. We are seeking candidates who share the same passion for the values as we do, offering a career where you can develop these attributes further. Does this sound like you? Would you love the opportunity to make a real difference to our Young People’s lives? Then we need your support!
Do you believe that some of your best traits are compassion, empathy and friendliness? Would you say that you're the type of person who likes to make people smile? Would you like to work in a job that adds real value to people’s lives and at the same time offers you an actual career and job security? If this is how you see yourself, and these are the type things you're looking for, then maybe this could be the right job opportunity for someone just like you.
We are seeking caring, compassionate and committed Support Workers to provide the care and positive influence that allows our amazing young people to lead ordinary lives. Whilst the role of a Support Worker offers variety, superb progression opportunities and training, it takes a courageous and committed individual to really succeed at the role. Experience is not essential, but a positive attitude, friendly persona and a caring nature are an absolute must. You will be required to have a full driving licence and ideally an NVQ or QCF Level 3 in Children and Young People.
Why ROC Northwest?
* We provide a full induction programme to Care Certificate Standards
* We provide superb FREE training to achieve qualifications in Social Care
* We have a proven progression path and the company continues to expand within the Lancashire area providing further opportunities for those who want to progress with their care careers.
* We offer competitive rates of pay, flexible holiday, special retail discount vouchers, stakeholder pension scheme.
Due to the nature of the role as it is working with vulnerable young people all successful applicants will be subject to a satisfactory DBS and reference check prior to commencing in post.
Successful applicants will effectively support the delivery of care to our young people and be enthusiastic individuals within their role, providing a range of experiences, activities and care.
Training is provided and you must be willing to work towards your Diploma level 3. If you feel you could make a difference and be a positive role model, please upload your CV detailing which area you would like to work in and the position you are interested in and we will be in touch to provide application packs.
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