Children’s Residential Support Worker - Place Care

Salary between £22,100pa - £25,000pa inclusive of sleep-ins (pro rata for part time)

Who are The PLACE Young People’s Company?

The Place Young People’s Company is part of the Edison Young People Group who own six private children’s residential homes across Nottinghamshire. We presently have vacancies for candidates who would like to work with children and young people to join us as Residential Children’s Support Workers. Experience of working with children and young people or a similar care role is ideal but not necessary as full training will be given and all new starters who do not have a relevant or equivalent qualification will be enrolled on the QCF Children and Young Person Family Practitioner, which will enable you to become a qualified practitioner within 12-24 months, progress in your career and provide the best care to our children.

Our mission is to improve opportunities for the children and young people in our care and education so that they can live fulfilled and enriched lives. We enrol all our staff members into an industry relevant qualification to support them progress their careers.

The role of a Children’s Residential Support Worker?

  • Create a safe warm caring therapeutic environment for our children and young people.
  • Form effective relationships with our children and young people, help them to develop life skills and encourage educational development.
  • Support our young people in daily activities such as attending schools, cleaning, shopping, family contact, community activities and holidays.
  • Ensure all records and documentation is accurately recorded.
  • All Residential Care Workers are required to support and contribute to the smooth day to day running of the home.

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