We are always on the lookout for experienced competent staff who are mature, respectful, and able to manage challenging behaviour, with complexed needs.
The young people we work with come to us with a variety of issues, including pst present traumatic experiences. Some of them have no family support and need specialist help in managing their emotions.
Education, Career and liaisons with other professionals Supporting young people is key to them managing their affairs. We are currently seeking an experienced male support staff to work on a 35 -40 hours per week including early and late shift basis. The individual should have sound knowledge of working with Children in Care and have a good knowledge base of the Children's Act 1989 and Leaving Care Act 2000.
We would prefer a mature experienced male worker one who enjoys supporting young people make positive changes in their lives.
Knowledge, Skills, and Experience required:
Previous experience of working with people with mental health/learning disabilities or supporting preparation for Leaving Care is desirable.
Have experience in basic counselling, cooking, teaching various life skills, and working in potential confrontational situations.
Have the ability to make clear and concise written and verbal reports, daily.
Good Knowledge of Childcare Law, Child Protection and Safeguarding principles.
Must hold a current DBS and registered on the update system
Salary: £9.25 per hour (self employed basis)
Hours: per week (35-40 Hours)
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