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Supported Accomodation Worker - Children And Young

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    £16500 - £24336 per annum

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    18 days ago

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Job Description

Exciting Support Worker & Keyworker Opportunities in the West Midlands!

Are you passionate about making a real difference in the lives of young people?

We are currently recruiting for Support Workers & Keyworkers for a leading organisation dedicated to providing essential support to children and young people aged 16-18 across the West Midlands. This is a chance to join a team committed to empowering young people and helping them reach their full potential.
About the Role:

This role involves providing personalised support, building strong relationships, and ensuring the safety and well-being of young people in a residential setting. You will be part of a team that offers:
" Individualised Support: Tailored care plans to meet each young person's unique needs.
" Safeguarding: Protecting young people from harm and promoting their well-being.
" Independence Skills: Developing life skills and preparing them for a fulfilling and independent adulthood.

What's in it for you?
" Meaningful Work: Witness the positive impact you have on young lives and see them thrive.
" Supportive Team: Work alongside dedicated professionals in a collaborative environment.
" Competitive Pay: Starting at £13.00 per hour, with potential for increases based on experience.
" Excellent Benefits: Company pension, on-site parking, referral program, and more!
" Professional Development: Ongoing training, support, and opportunities for career growth.
" Flexible Schedules: Working 24 hours per week on a 12 hour shift basis

Key Responsibilities:
" Provide personalised support to young people in a caring and supportive home environment.
" Build positive relationships and encourage their growth and independence.
" Develop and implement individual support plans.
" Safeguard and protect young people from harm.
" Organise and participate in activities that promote social skills, confidence, and self-reliance.
" Maintain a safe and positive environment.
" Communicate effectively with colleagues, families, schools, and other agencies.

Ideal Candidate:
" Passionate about supporting young people and helping them overcome challenges.
" Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build rapport with diverse individuals.
" Strong commitment to safeguarding principles and practices.
" Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
" Team-oriented and able to collaborate effectively.
" Flexible and adaptable to changing needs and working outside of standard hours.

Qualifications & Experience:
" Essential: 1 year of experience working with young people in a support setting.
" Desirable: QCF Level 3 in Health and Social Care or equivalent.

Ready to make a difference?

Apply Now! Contact us today to discuss this exciting opportunity and learn more about how you can join this leading organisation.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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