Do you want a career where you change lives?
Do you want to work with Children and Young People?
The client is a leading company in the UK offering independent behavioural care for commissioners across the UK. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a nationally
based market leading care provider and to develop your career within an organization that promotes employee grown and development.
The client offers careers in Support work, Teaching, Administration and More!
What you will receive:
A competitive salary
Enhanced disclosure cost coverage
Comprehensive induction and commitment to ongoing training including Qualifications in Health and Social care
A generous annual leave entitlement
Private health scheme
Online benefits and cashback rewards
Cycle to work scheme
Health cash plan
SMART Childcare Vouchers
SMART Pension option
The home in Faversham has four bedrooms and provides a high standard of care and support for young people who have emotional and behavioural difficulties and challenging behaviour.
To succeed the client needs people who share the passion for making a difference and ideally have previous experience of working with challenging behaviour.
The client is committed to safeguarding children and promoting their welfare and expect all staff to share this commitment.
A family is 365 days a year and so are we!
Our shifts reflect this.
In general the shifts are 24 hours starting at 8 or 9 am through to the next day with a sleep in.
If you are working full time this would be 3 days a week. Weekends/Bank Holidays/Christmas/New Year will be worked on a rota basis.
The Senior support worker role in Faversham is for 39 hours a week with 5 weeks holiday. Applicants should have significant previous experience of working with young people with
challenging behaviour and must have a relevant Level 3 Diploma.
Senior Support Workers must to have:
Excellent communication skills
Effective organisational capability
Great team player
Flexibility to respond to the changing needs of those who we support
Strong "can do" attitude
- Mental Health