Do waking nights shifts fit better around your lifestyle? Please see below:
I am working with a residential children's care home for children with learning disabilities and SEN. They are looking for a Support Worker to join their nights team on a 30 hour week basis.
You will be paid £20,600 plus any over time and have 29 days holiday per year. You will be working 30 hours per week across 3 nights on a rota basis including weekends and bank holidays.
You'll be preparing lunches / dinners for the day ahead, attending to a child's needs if they are to wake up in the night and any ad hoc duties around the home. There are 19 children living here and you will be assigned to one of the houses accommodating roughly 5/6 children
Experience with children is not 100% necessary but experience in the care industry is. No qualifications are needed for this role either
This is a fantastic establishment to work for and career progression is possible for you. Apply directly and I will give you a call to discuss further!