£21000 - £22000 per annum
10 months ago
Waking Night Support Worker
+ 37 hours per week
If you are a Waking Night Support Worker with experience working in a Residential Setting with children, then we want to hear from you. Our client support children and young people in a residential home who have a range of EBD needs. They require Support Workers to work through the night ensuring the safety and needs are met for each young person.
During the night, you will be awake and perform the following duties:
+ Ensure the children and sleeping and safe in their own bedrooms
+ Respond to children's needs should they wake
+ Administer medication if required
+ Ensure domestic duties around the home are complete
+ Prepare the shift for the next day - iron school clothes, prepare pack lunches and breakfast
+ Ensure paperwork for each shift is completed in a clear and concise way
+ Hand over to the day shift when they report for shift.
Skills & Qualification:
+ QCF lever 2 or 3 preferred in health & Social care with children and adults
+ Experience of working in a residential setting
+ Experience of working with children with EBD needs
+ Driver would be hugely beneficial
+ experience of working with challenging behaviour.
For more information, please apply and a member of the team will arrange to call and discuss further. Please note, do to the large amount of applications we receive, we may not be able to respond to all candidates.