Ideal candidates will have at least 12 months’ experience within a similar setting, have recent night work experience and a good understanding of autism. Candidates will also have already obtained or are working towards the NVQ3/Diploma Level 3 in Residential Child Care/Children & Young People’s Workforce. Driving is also an essential requirement for the post and experience of leading shifts is desirable. However for the right candidates without the essential qualification and experience we may be willing to provide career training.
The standard shift pattern for these positions will be four nights on followed by four nights off, 12 hour shifts commencing at 20.45 - 08.45
This is a rolling rota pattern so will include weekends and bank holiday working however there is a generous holiday enitilement of 6.6 weeks.
Benefits include: Salary up to £18,308.96 (depending on experience) plus travel allowance, training, meals, uniform, pension, life insurance and an annual loyalty bonus.
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Safeguarding is everybody’s business. The welfare and safeguarding of children and young people should be of paramount consideration, whatever your role or level of responsibility is within the organisation. All employees, panel members, independent workers and volunteers are required to ensure compliance with the company’s guidance and policy on safeguarding and are required to attend Safeguarding training appropriate to their level of responsibility.
Closing date for Applications: 26th June 2018
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