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Residential Support Worker- Children & Young People

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    £30379 - £32946 per annum

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Job Description

Residential Support Worker
Children and Young People
Secure Unit
£24,496 - £26,845 (Average earning including Secure Allowance £30,379 - £32,946)

This is a secure environment that support the individual needs of the children in their care. Providing placements for boys and girls aged between 10 and 17 and provide full residential care, educational facilities and healthcare provision,

Brook Street Social Care presents this exciting career opportunity to work with one of our key clients based in Leeds

Would you like to step in to kickstart your career in Social Care or continue your existing journey working with children? We have an exciting opportunity for passionate and dedicated people who want to help change young people`s lives. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, then we would love to hear from you.

Pay and Benefits
Basic Pay - £24,496 - £26,845 (Average earning including Secure Allowance £30,379 - £32,946)
Hours - Average 37 hours per week. A mixture of early and late shifts.
Contract - Permanent

Responsibilities of the role
Help to create a safe, stimulating and caring environment for young people.
Build trusting relationships, understanding young people's needs and interests.
Provide primary care that is responsive to individual needs.
Manage behaviour and develop strategies for longer term progress.
Plan and organise activities to enhance young people's experiences day to day and for special occasions.
Nurture each child's personal development, their education and wider learning

We take pride in offering the best employee experience, with benefits including:
A competitive salary plus enhancements for sleep-in duties and working weekends,
Annual leave entitlement plus statutory holidays,
Funding for you to study for relevant qualifications,
Ongoing training opportunities for you to build the skills you need to do your best for the young people in your care,
A clear career path for the right candidates through the team structure, with potential for progression into senior practitioner and management roles,
Membership of the West Yorkshire Pension Fund with generous employer contributions,
Flexible and hybrid working arrangements subject to service requirements,
A clear career pathway and continuing professional development opportunities,
A range of staff benefits to help you boost your wellbeing and make your money go further.

If this sounds like the role for you or if you would like to know more information and about other opportunities then please apply now!


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