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Waking Night Support Worker

Enquiry Reference: 1240954

Hours: 30-40 Hours per week.

Experience and Skills: Proven ability to work on own initiative and work as part of a team. Knowledge and understanding of issues relating to people with emotional & challenging behaviours & learning difficulties. Good communication skills (written and verbal).

How to Apply: Interested applicants with the relevant qualifications and experience should call Gill Taylor on 01704 518915, to discuss their interest further.

Contract Type: Permanent

Driving Licence Type Required: None

Job Type: Job

Job Purpose: To ensure the needs of young people in the home are met by providing a consistent and efficient service congruent with the organisation’s aims, objectives and philosophy.

Main Responsibilities: To provide a high quality service to vulnerable young people, ensuring they are treated with concern, respect and integrity, meeting the Employer’s programme aims, objectives and therapeutic goals. To contribute to the achievement of standards of excellence in care practice and to ensure that all young people in your care are kept safe throughout the night.

Working Pattern: 30 – 40 hours per week, between the hours of 10pm until 8am. £8.41 per hour (£75.00 per sleep in, if carried out)

Hours of Work: Full Time

Minimum Salary: £8.41

Maximum Salary: £8.41

Comments: Enhanced DBS required £8.41 per hour (£75.00 per sleep in, if carried out)

Minimum Qualification Comments: None required but must be willing to work towards Level 3 NVQ – Children & Young People (Ofsted requirement)

Closing Date: 05 Dec 2019

Interview Date: 06 Dec 2019

Supported by Youth Employment Initiative &