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Residential Support Worker.2552

Job Summary
Advert Start Date:
09/07/2021
Advert End Date:
Closed for applications on 23/07/2021 00:00
Salary:
£10046 - 10874
Allowances:
10046
Hours per week:
18.5
Job Category:
Social Care - Children Service
Vacancy ID:
210653
Employment Location:
Coanwood Children's Home
Number of posts:
1
Closing date:
23 Jul
Further Information

"FURTHER INFORMATION Residential Support Worker – 18.5 hours, permanent Salary: £20,092 - £21,748 Band (full time salary quoted) 4 plus enhancements for out of hours working between the hours of 8.00pm - 6.00am, paid at time and a half. Job Location: Coanwood Children’s Home, Cramlington Do you want a challenging and rewarding career with real opportunities to change the lives of young people in care? If you are dynamic, dedicated and enthusiastic then we want to hear from you. Who we are: NCC operates 5 children’s homes including a national secure children’s home with education. Overall, the service employs approximately 200 care staff and 30 support services staff across the 5 sites. Our homes accommodate 25 young people aged 6 - 17, our main aim is to offer an exceptional family focussed caring environment where children and young people can feel safe and thrive in order to meet their full potential. The service is inspected by Ofsted on a yearly basis. It is crucial that everyone in our team is committed and motivated to meeting the needs of our young people and have high aspirations for each and every young person we live and work with. Why choose us: Working at Coanwood Children’s Home is not just a job, it’s one of the most rewarding career choices you will make. Our work is challenging and physical but if you have the drive and dedication, resilience and passion then you will enjoy an exciting and stable career with us. It is important that our children are supported by adults with a range of professional and personal experiences, ensuring they have access to positive role models who can offer a range of skills and values to support our children to achieve their best possible outcomes in life. We offer a comprehensive induction and shadowing process for all new staff, excellent training and development opportunities throughout your employment. Northumberland County Council acknowledge the importance of legacy planning, ensuring that our managers of the future are developed from within. The staff centered approach is supported by the offer of regular one-to-one sessions to discuss and reflect on your work. As part of Northumberland County Council, you also benefit from a family-friendly policy, pension contributions, leisure and culture discounts at council venues and a range of other discounts The role: At Coanwood Children’s Home we have four young people (aged between 10 and 17yrs old) living in the home. These young people are here through no fault of their own. They have often had a troubled and traumatic start to their young lives, but through positive and constructive interventions by a skilled and committed staff team they are supported to address their emotional, social, and educational needs to enhance their life chances. Your personal qualities and life experience will help us create an environment of reflection, challenge, personal attention and specialist help. Your talents will h"

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