Senior Residential Support Worker,Bury
Full Time Salary: £9.10 - £9.45 per hour
North West Health & Social Care
DMD Recruitment Ltd an established health and social care recruiter that works with public and private sector organisations nationally is working with an established growing service in the Bury Area and is looking to recruit a Senior Residential Support Worker that supports and maintains excellence of care for Children.
This truly is an opportunity that you do not want to miss. Suitable candidates will hold or be working towards NVQ Level 3 Health & Social Care or equivalent qualification.If you are more qualified by experience than qualifications feel free to get in touch as other opportunities may be available. It would be advantageous if candidates have their own transport but candidates who have a license will be considered. Excellent benefits package which include: - working with an excellent supportive team.
- 28 days including bank holidays
- Opportunity to go away: Paid holidays with the young people
- Standard Pension
- Free Parking
- Free Tea and Coffee
- Perk box rewards
- Annual Wage Increases
- Excellent Homes in the country
- Working for Good rated Homes and excellent feedback from Ofsted
- Excellent Staff retention
- Hands on Directors that value their staff
- Sleep allowance
As you can see from the benefits this is an organisation that really values their staff they are passionate about offering a excellent service to their young people and they genuinely care to make a difference. If you want to be part of this feel free to get in touch for a confidential chat.
Hours of Work:
To be flexible working a range of shifts which could include working between the hours of 7am -12:00 and sleeps.
Responsibilities: ( Not an exhausted List)
Assist the management of the home in developing the skills and potential of RSW’s.
- Supporting Young people aged 9-16 years of age within a residential setting - participating and where appropriate take the lead in the assessment, implementation and review of young people’s care plans
- Supervise and develop the skills of staff in their daily working practice
- Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
- Work within local, national and legislative requirements
- Supervise young people in a group or individual setting
- Relate to, and engage young people who display challenging behaviour striving for excellence and liaising with families,
- Promote and support the young people in reaching their full potential and really understanding their needs
- Ensure that the life chance opportunities of young people are met in relation to their social, educational, leisure, emotional health and mental health needs.
- Where required, deputise in the absence of the management of the home and provide on call support on a rota basis.
- Where required, attend reviews and / or meetings appertaining to the home, staff or young people
If this sounds like a role and organisation that you would like to be part of an possess the relevant experience working with a range of young people then I would like to hear from you. Feel free to get in touch. Immediate interviews for the right candidate.