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Waking Night Support Worker - Children

Job Description

A well established Education and Residential Children Services are recruiting for Waking Night Support Workers for their 4 bed residential Children's home Stoke Gifford, South Gloucestershire. You will be supporting children & young people between the ages of 8 - 19 year olds who have either come from abuse, neglected backgrounds or they have ASD (Autism) and Aspergers who have associated co-morbidities such as self harm, EBD, ADHD who will display challenging behaviour (more verbal).

Main Job Role:
- This is a very challenging role as most clients will be very hard to work with (not listen, ignore instructions and become rude / abusive)
- Support with morning and bedtime routines
- Cleaning and prep through the night
- Being on hand if children wake up
- Paperwork / admin duties
- Ensuring safety and wellbeing of children throughout the night
- Implementing PRICE model of positive behaviour support

Qualifying candidates:
- Experience working with autism and/or learning disabilities (Adults or children)
- Must be 21 years old or over
- Must be a car driver with your own car
- To get the higher end of the salary, you MUST have a qualification to work in children residential care home. We accept the following qualifications: Diploma / NVQ / QCF level 3 in:
* Children & Young People's Workforce
* Health & Social Care in Children
* Health & Social Care in Social Care Pathway
* Caring for children & young people
* Residential childcare
WE DO NOT accept Health and social care in Adults.

Contract / Terms:
- Salary is £20,612 - £22,651 per annum = £9.91 - £10.89 an hour
- Shifts will be 10pm till 8am
- Full time contract of 40 hours a week

Benefits (pro rota):
- Excellent induction, training and development programme (Manager is a PRICE instructor so you will receive this training along with full 2 week induction)
- Online staff discounts from a range of benefits (Highstreet discounts & Child care vouchers)
- Access to a 24 hour Employee Assistance counselling programme
- Career progression - this is an exciting time to join as there are a number of progression opportunities imminent, due to the opening of several new homes
- Further qualification training support
- Life assurance
- Up to 6.6 weeks paid holiday
- Pension scheme

If you have the right skills or experience for this role; then please call Jeet on 0117 9221130 or email your CV with the job reference number to: Jeet.Kaur @ BSSocialCare.co.uk - thank you and good luck with your job search

Connect with me on:
Instagram: J33TS
Twitter: Jeet_JDKS
LinkedIn: Jeet Kaur-Sathi

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