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Children's Home Waking Night Worker

Job Summary

  • Location Brighton, East Sussex
  • Salary Pension, Paid Training, Diploma Level 3
  • Contract Type Permanent
  • Sector Health & Social Care
  • Date Posted 13 April 2021
  • Ref 4740_1618319487

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Job Description

Children's Home Residential Support Worker (Wake Night)

I am currently recruiting for experienced Support Workers to fulfil the role of a Waking Night Support Worker for Brighton based Children's home that caters to Children and Young People with Emotional Behaviour Difficulties (EBD) and behaviours that may challenge some.

My client is looking for the right person to work 3 wake nights per week, mainly Friday, Saturday and Sunday over one or two of their local homes. Your role there will be to ensure the health and safety of everyone in the home throughout the night.

Our Brighton based client really focuses in the therapy and development of their Young People and want individuals who are passionate about making a difference and improving the life chances of their Residents. If you are you robust, resilient and resourceful and able to work flexibly to meet the needs of Young People then I want to hear from you!

You will be working very near Brighton City Centre and with public transport at right at your doorstep. There is also free parking on site! You will receive a competitive starting salary and many opportunities for career progression. Further to this, there is also an enhancement for planned and unplanned overtime! There is also a generous annual leave entitlement that will give you a great work and home life balance.

Our highly regarded client manages several children's homes in the city and takes a positive, proactive approach in the development of their Resident Young People and Staff.

If you can build a good rapport with Young People and yet be aware of appropriate boundaries then this is the role for you. Could you be an advocate and support, encourage and enable a true sense of identity and self-worth? Inspire confidence and nurture self-esteem? If you are ready to be a role model, work hard and have fun, then I want to talk to you!

To be successful in the role you would need to have good knowledge of child safeguarding and an NVQ Level 3 Diploma or willingness to work towards one. Being a driver with a UK License also is a great tool to have. You will benefit from the support of friendly and committed staff team and management, with comprehensive and informative inductions and training.

More importantly, you will really enjoy your shifts with the Young People as you may have the chance to have more meaningful conversations and interactions with them.

If you are ready to give back to today's Youth and go home with a smile knowing that you have made someone's day just that bit better then what are you waiting for? APPLY NOW!

All applications will be treated with the outmost confidentiality.

*FPR Group is acting as a Recruitment Agency in relation to this role.

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Jose Pinto

Jose Pinto

I am the Health and Social Care Recruitment Manager at our Brighton Office, I have 10+ years hands on experience working and managing services for Young People in a residential setting and Supported L

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