Opportunities for Children`s and Young Adult`s Residential Support Workers have arisen in the Cheadle area, 37.5 regular hours to work with Young Adults aged 19 -25 years with learning disabilities with little or no verbal communication.
The secure community holds a school, college, semi independent living and respite services, with a variety of accessible activities such as a sensory garden and a hydro pool. You will support children and young adults in 4 bedroom houses on site. Your role will include day to day support of the children`s routines, taking them to school, helping them with homework and providing emotional support and guidance, personal care, some education, activities etc...
Our client is looking for an outgoing individuals with great personalities, who will make meaningful relationships with the children and who have a genuine desire to make a real positive difference in these young people`s lives
This is a rewarding role and there is various shifts available including:
o Early shifts between 7.30am - 3.00pm
o Late shifts between 3pm - 10.00pm
o Split shifts: 7.30-9.30am & 3-10pm (5 shifts per month, term time only)
In return for all of your hard work you will be offered 28 days holiday, benefits, full training and qualifications including NVQ and BSL, career progression, overtime and much more........
If you are invested in providing care for these young people then this employer will take great care of you!
We will give you a minimum of 37.50 hours per week and you have the opportunity for overtime. You will also be paid weekly too!!!
All we require is that you have past experience in the Social Care sector or a relevant Health and Social Care qualification.
Come in and see Sabrina for a chat, the office is open Monday - Friday between 9.00am - 5.30pm at Brook Street, 55 Spring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BY, alternatively you can give us a call on 0161 228 6168 or apply by sending your CV .
Looking forward to meeting you!