Residential Support Worker

17th November 2017
  • Employer: One to One Crisis Intervention Limited

  • Location: Newton Abbot

  • Sector: Health / Social care

  • Contract: Full Time

  • Salary: 23,000-25,000

  • Deadline for submissions: 30 12 2017

  • Employer: One to One Crisis Intervention Limited

  • Location: Newton Abbot

  • Sector: Health / Social care

  • Contract: Full Time

  • Salary: 23,000-25,000

  • Deadline for submissions: 30 12 2017

Are you passionate about working with young people and changing their lives to give them a brighter future? Then we want you as part of our highly motivated, skilled and committed team.

One to One Crisis Intervention Ltd is currently recruiting experienced Residential Childcare Worker and Deputy Manager for our small children’s homes. We support young people and children with challenging behaviours and support them to achieve positive outcomes for their future.

Essential requirements for the roles are that applicants hold the NVQ level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare and/or Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care for children and young persons, have at least 1 years’ experience in caring for children and young people and at least 1 years’ experience working in a deputy managers position for that role. You will also hold a full driving licence with use of a vehicle for work.

Do you have the following skills?

Flexibility to respond to the changing needs of those we support.
A Strong “can do” attitude.
Great team player.
Experience in supporting young people with challenging behaviour.
Excellent communication skills.
Effective organisational capability.
Competent on a computer.
Willingness to undertake the above qualification
As a Residential Support Worker, your key responsibilities would be:

To develop appropriate working relationships with the young person based on respect and mutual trust.
To promote independence and enable the young person to maintain existing skills and learn new skills.
Offer strategies for development of social skills and help resolve conflict as necessary.
Maintain professional boundaries in and outside of the work environment.
To act as a role model at all times through appropriate behaviour, dress, use of language and social interaction.
Provide support with all aspects of their daily lives and encouraging them to engage with positive activities.
Assist Managers with paperwork.
One to One has been providing residential care for children and young people with challenging behaviours since 1997. We have six children’s homes, each accommodating one child who is cared for on a 1:1 or 2:1 staffing basis.

We are committed to the safeguarding of children and young people. Everything we do is designed to promote the safety and well-being of the children and young people we work with. All staff are responsible for cultivating an environment of openness and awareness where mistakes can be shared and constructive suggestions made.

All staff take responsibility for questioning and where necessary challenging accepted ways of managing behaviour within each One to One setting. All applicants will be required to undergo an Enhanced DBS check.

In return we can offer the following:

Enhanced DBS (expense met),

Childcare voucher scheme,

Mileage paid,

Generous sleep-in rate,

Enhanced overtime incentives,

Employee assistance programme,

Pension scheme,

On-going training and development opportunities including career progression into management positions.

24hr shifts (including sleep in) to be worked Monday to Sunday.

For an application pack contact us at infoci@onetoonegroup.co.uk

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