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Surrey County Council - United Kingdom

In summary we are looking for people who like to have fun and enjoy the company of children and young people. Have an understanding of Autism, anxiety and the challenging behaviours that this can present... Residential Support Worker Work careers...

from: joblift.co.uk - 3 days ago

Senior Residential Support Worker  

Refresh Resourcing - OX5, Kirtlington, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

* Contributing to and implementing care plans, participating in reviews and other meetings as required and ensuring Looked After Children documentation is up to date. There are also attractive long-term... Residential Support Worker careers... £28000 - £31000/annum

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from: CV-library.co.uk - Yesterday

Residential Support Worker  

Witherslack Group - Willington, County Durham, United Kingdom (+1 location)

Witherslack Group are the UK’s number 1 children’s home provider, as judged by Ofsted (our sector regulator). We are driven to provide the very best care and education for children and young people with... residential worker jobs... £20725 - £22434/annum 20725 - 22434 UKP per year

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from: CV-library.co.uk (+1 source) - 8 days ago

Temporary Bank Residential Support Worker  

Surrey County Council - United Kingdom

At Surrey we are keen to hear from individuals who have previous experience working with children, young people and/or families. For the this post you won’t necessarily need experience working in a residential... residential support worker Preston...

from: joblift.co.uk - 3 days ago

Residential Support Worker  

MCH Recruitment - HR9, Ross on Wye, Herefordshire, United Kingdom

* You will be assigned a key child and play a pivotal role in their day to day life including attending reviews and liaising with external agencies and advocating their needs * Manage the well-being and... community residential worker... £16000 - £17000/annum

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Waking Night Residential Support Worker  

Priory Education - PR8 1 Southport, United Kingdom (+1 location)

From education to hospitals, care homes and secure facilities, the Priory Group of Companies offers individually tailored, multidisciplinary treatment programmes for those with complex educational needs... residential work...

from: joblift.co.uk (+1 source) - 3 days ago

Residential support worker  

Randstad Education - Leicester, Leicestershire, United Kingdom

Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes... residential support worker dudley... £8.92 - £11.50/hour

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Residential Support Workers  

RECRUITMENTiQ - Basildon, Essex, South East, UK

Residential Support Workers & Waking Night Staff residential counsellor... Competitive

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from: totaljobs.com - Yesterday

Night Residential Support Worker  

Kisimul Group Limited - Newark, Nottinghamshire, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands, UK

Night Residential Support Worker - East Markham residential caretaker uk... £19,671.86 - 19,671.86 per year

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Children's Residential Support Worker - Warrington  

Prospero Health & Social Care - Manchester - Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom (+1 location)

· Good level of applied literacy and numeracy - to be prepared to undertake training /qualification · Must be able to complete records to a high standard (such as daily records) · Must be prepared to work... residential support worker in Leicester... £8.90 - £9.10/hour training & pension

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Residential Support Worker

The main role of a residential support worker is to provide support for children, adolescents and adults in need of assistance in a specialised live-in facility. Most employees in this field are certificated workers and have experience with people in need. Most young people in residential care are without parental or family support, making the provision of guidance one of the main responsibilities
A successful residential support worker must have great relationship skills, especially in understanding the emotional problems of their child and adolescent clients. A successful applicant will be communicating regularly with several parties including the clients and their supervisors, so clear written and oral communication skills are essential
Because the job requires experience in social understanding and child developmental needs, a minimum of an NVQ2 in social care and certification in first aid and medication training is necessary for applicants. Salaries are usually around £22,000 – £30,000 per annum and all workers in contact with children are now required to undergo a police criminal record check.

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  • Residential support Wren

    What can I do if I'd like to work as a residential support worker but have no experience?

    • Lilian:

      Have you got any voluntary experience in the social work and care sector?

      • Wren:

        I’ve worked as a monitor at a summer camp for children at risk of social exclusion a couple of summers… I’ve also done the odd visit to a nursing home over the Christmas holidays, it cheered them a lot. My hope in fact is that these experiences help me get a job. Can they help although they’re not formal jobs as such?

        • Lilian:

          they can help a lot, of course. Now, don’t mind my asking you, but are you sure that this is your thing? I’m asking because caring jobs are vocational and if it’s not your thing they can be tough on you and even worse, on those in need of care.

          • Wren:

            don’t worry I understand what you mean, I definitely see it’s my thing, time just flies when I’ve done it and at the end of the day I feel really alive and happy –it sounds a bit cheesy but I can’t think of a better way to explain it.

    • Lilian:

      ah well then, in that case you know what you’re talking about. With experience you can definitely give it a go.

      • Wren:

        But can I if I have no certification?

        • Lilian:

          You could take a social care course at college, not it’s not indispensable. In any case, you do need English and maths skills.

        • Lilian:

          You also need clearance from the DBS

          • Wren:

            Than you for your time Lilian. I also have a driving license, which is probably a plus.

    • Lilian:

      sure! Btw, if you’re looking to work in children’s homes, you must remember that there’s an age issue, I think that there’s a minimum age restriction of 23 years

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  • My dream job Jobisjob

    If you could choose a dream job whether it be in your current field or something else what would it be?

    • Sheryl Chambers:

      My ideal job I would love to work in the hospital or work with people with disability I would love the opportunity to do what I do best with ottemost respect and love.

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