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Residential Care Worker
Are you Caring, Passionate and Committed to enabling vulnerable people to live independent and fulfilled lives? Caritas is recruiting Residential Care Workers across Hereford & Worcester to join one of the largest providers of specialist behavioural health services for children and adults in the UK. As a Residential Care Worker, you will support vulnerable individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties as a result of disabilities, mental health care needs, violence and trauma experienced in their early lives. This Residential Care Worker’s post is permanent and full time role. The rate of pay is £7.00 - £9.00 per hour dependent on experience. Duties & Responsibilities: To work as a part of a team in delivering a holistic and quality residential care service to up to service users.To attend meetings, appointments, court hearings with service users; always representing their best interests and serving as link-worker where appropriate.Ensure records are accurate, updated and stored in line with the data protection act.To support service users with meal preparation and ensuring that their day to day care needs are met.To work flexibly, supporting shift leaders and Managers to ensure services are adequately staffed and an interrupted service is being delivered. Essential Job Requirements: A passion and commitment to working with vulnerable young people with disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties.Ability to work as part of a team.Ability to work flexiblyAn understanding of the legal framework and national minimum standards applying to residential childcare.Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times.Ability to build constructive, caring, nurturing relationships with young people with complex needs.Good standard of basic education and the ability to learn and translate theory into practice.A desire to achieve the very best for the young people in your care.Commitment to professional development – a willingness to undertake training to enhance skills and knowledge. Desirable Job Requirements: NVQ or recognised equivalent qualification in health and social care / child and young peopleHave a full, UK driving licence. Personal Qualities: Self management and professional discipline.Commitment and loyalty to the young women and the organisation.Good sense of humour.Good health record.Good timekeeping. To make an application, please send your updated your updated CV detailing your employment history in full to Suhailah Mohamed using (email address removed) For any queries, please phone Suhailah Mohamed on 0207 456 8950. Location: Hereford & Worcester Salary: £7.00 - £9.00 ph Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Care Worker
Are you Caring, Passionate and Committed to enabling vulnerable people to live independent and fulfilled lives? Caritas is recruiting Residential Care Workers in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire to join one of the largest providers of specialist behavioural health services for children and adults in the UK. As a Residential Care Worker, you will support vulnerable individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties as a result of disabilities, mental health care needs, violence and trauma experienced in their early lives. This Residential Care Worker’s post is permanent and full time role. The rate of pay is £7.00 - £9.00 per hour dependent on experience. Duties & Responsibilities: To work as a part of a team in delivering a holistic and quality residential care service to the young people in the serviceTo attend meetings, appointments, court hearings with service users; always representing their best interests and serving as link-worker where appropriate.To act as a key worker through taking responsibility for a small caseload of young people and ensuring that their needs are fully metEnsure records are accurate, updated and stored in line with the data protection act.To support service users with meal preparation and ensuring that their day to day care needs are met.To work flexibly, supporting shift leaders and Managers to ensure services are adequately staffed and an interrupted service is being delivered. Essential Job Requirements: A passion and commitment to working with vulnerable young people with disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties.Ability to work as part of a team.Ability to work flexiblyAn understanding of the legal framework and national minimum standards applying to residential childcare.Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times.Ability to build constructive, caring, nurturing relationships with young people with complex needs.Good standard of basic education and the ability to learn and translate theory into practice.A desire to achieve the very best for the young people in your care.Commitment to professional development – a willingness to undertake training to enhance skills and knowledge. Desirable Job Requirements: NVQ Level 2 or recognised equivalent qualification in health and social care.Have a full, UK driving licence. Personal Qualities: Self management and professional discipline.Commitment and loyalty to the vulnerable people and the organisation.Good sense of humour.Good health record.Good timekeeping. To make an application, please send your updated your updated CV detailing your employment history in full to Suhailah Mohamed using (email address removed) For any queries, please phone Suhailah Mohamed on 0207 456 8950. Location: Cambridgeshire Salary: £7.00 - £9.00 ph Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Worker
Eden Brown are currently looking for a number of Support Workers in the Shropshire area. Working 30 hours per week on a contract basis for 8 - 12 weeks. The ideal candidate will have a large amount of experience working with young people who display Challenging Behaviour and Emotional Behaviour Difficulties. An NVQ level 2 or 3 is essential and your application will not be considered if you do not have this qualification. Are you able to make a difference to each young person you work with? Are you able to work on a rota basis and comitt to sleep ins? If so please feel free to give me a call on 0121 710 5994 to discuss the role further. Eden Brown are always looking for talented Residential Support Workers Your expert recruitment consultant is Shinika Belle, call today on 0121 685 8724 or email (email address removed) Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Location: Shropshire Salary: £8.00 - £9.00 ph Dedicated Consultant Hours: Full-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: 8 Weeks

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Worker
Residential Support Worker needed for the Birmingham and Walsall area. The ideal candidate will have a large amount of experience working with young people who display challenging behaviour. An NVQ level 2 or 3 is essential and your application will not be considered if you do not have this qualification. Are you able to make a difference to each young person you work with? Are you able to work on a rota basis and comitt to sleep ins? If so please feel free to give me a call on 0121 710 5994 to discuss the role further. Eden Brown are always looking for talented Residential Support Workers. Your expert recruitment consultant is Shinika Belle, call today on 0121 685 8724 or email (email address removed) Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. Eden Brown Ltd is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. Location: West Midlands Salary: £15,000 - £16,000 pa Dedicated Consultant Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Care Worker
Are you Caring, Passionate and Committed to enabling vulnerable people to live independent and fulfilled lives? Caritas is recruiting Residential Care Workers across Hereford & Worcester to join one of the largest providers of specialist behavioural health services for children and adults in the UK. As a Residential Care Worker, you will support vulnerable individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties as a result of disabilities, mental health care needs, violence and trauma experienced in their early lives. This Residential Care Worker’s post is permanent and full time role. The rate of pay is £7.00 - £9.00 per hour dependent on experience. Duties & Responsibilities: To work as a part of a team in delivering a holistic and quality residential care service to up to service users.To attend meetings, appointments, court hearings with service users; always representing their best interests and serving as link-worker where appropriate.Ensure records are accurate, updated and stored in line with the data protection act.To support service users with meal preparation and ensuring that their day to day care needs are met.To work flexibly, supporting shift leaders and Managers to ensure services are adequately staffed and an interrupted service is being delivered. Essential Job Requirements: A passion and commitment to working with vulnerable young people with disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties.Ability to work as part of a team.Ability to work flexiblyAn understanding of the legal framework and national minimum standards applying to residential childcare.Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times.Ability to build constructive, caring, nurturing relationships with young people with complex needs.Good standard of basic education and the ability to learn and translate theory into practice.A desire to achieve the very best for the young people in your care.Commitment to professional development – a willingness to undertake training to enhance skills and knowledge. Desirable Job Requirements: NVQ or recognised equivalent qualification in health and social care / child and young peopleHave a full, UK driving licence. Personal Qualities: Self management and professional discipline.Commitment and loyalty to the young women and the organisation.Good sense of humour.Good health record.Good timekeeping. To make an application, please send your updated your updated CV detailing your employment history in full to Suhailah Mohamed using (email address removed) For any queries, please phone Suhailah Mohamed on 0207 456 8950. Location: Hereford & Worcester Salary: £7.00 - £9.00 ph Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Care Worker
Are you Caring, Passionate and Committed to enabling vulnerable people to live independent and fulfilled lives? Caritas is recruiting Residential Care Workers in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire to join one of the largest providers of specialist behavioural health services for children and adults in the UK. As a Residential Care Worker, you will support vulnerable individuals with emotional and behavioural difficulties as a result of disabilities, mental health care needs, violence and trauma experienced in their early lives. This Residential Care Worker’s post is permanent and full time role. The rate of pay is £7.00 - £9.00 per hour dependent on experience. Duties & Responsibilities: To work as a part of a team in delivering a holistic and quality residential care service to the young people in the serviceTo attend meetings, appointments, court hearings with service users; always representing their best interests and serving as link-worker where appropriate.To act as a key worker through taking responsibility for a small caseload of young people and ensuring that their needs are fully metEnsure records are accurate, updated and stored in line with the data protection act.To support service users with meal preparation and ensuring that their day to day care needs are met.To work flexibly, supporting shift leaders and Managers to ensure services are adequately staffed and an interrupted service is being delivered. Essential Job Requirements: A passion and commitment to working with vulnerable young people with disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties.Ability to work as part of a team.Ability to work flexiblyAn understanding of the legal framework and national minimum standards applying to residential childcare.Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times.Ability to build constructive, caring, nurturing relationships with young people with complex needs.Good standard of basic education and the ability to learn and translate theory into practice.A desire to achieve the very best for the young people in your care.Commitment to professional development – a willingness to undertake training to enhance skills and knowledge. Desirable Job Requirements: NVQ Level 2 or recognised equivalent qualification in health and social care.Have a full, UK driving licence. Personal Qualities: Self management and professional discipline.Commitment and loyalty to the vulnerable people and the organisation.Good sense of humour.Good health record.Good timekeeping. To make an application, please send your updated your updated CV detailing your employment history in full to Suhailah Mohamed using (email address removed) For any queries, please phone Suhailah Mohamed on 0207 456 8950. Location: Cambridgeshire Salary: £7.00 - £9.00 ph Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Worker
Caritas is recruiting Residential Support Workers passionate about working with children with a learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder and challenging behaviours. As Residential Support Worker, you will support 8 – 18 year olds within a stunning Special Education Needs school with residential services on site. The school is based in Surbiton, Kingston upon Thames and you will support students with aspects of their daily living and activities. The service operates 24/7. As Residential Support Worker, you will work 36.5 hours a week: early shifts, late shifts and weekend-working on a rotational basis. Due to the location of the school, access to a vehicle is advantageous. This is a permanent role paying £8.55 per hour. Job Description: To provide residential child care service to children and young people placed in the service To provide a home with the emotional, material and educational support To ensure that the full potential of the children and young people is reached To provide a therapeutic environment, where the young people feel safe and cared for To ensure the welfare of the children and young people is paramount Job Requirements: To be part of a professional team providing the care and control of a residential group To assume the role of link worker To be responsible for keeping all necessary written reports up to date and informing seniors of any changes in care needs To ensure that all records and monies are kept safe To supervise access visits where required To provide advice and support To provide personal care e.g. feeding, washing, dressing, Required Applicant Attributes: NVQ Level 2 in children and young people (or equivalent, recognised qualification) Ability work as part of a team Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times Passionate about working with children and young people with learning disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties Ability to work flexibly, to a shift pattern on a rotational basis; including weekend working. Enhanced DBS check Obtainable references from your current and previous employers Company Benefits: Free Parking Free lunches/meals when on shift Beautiful, purpose built, fully equipped site – be proud of where you work! Free training and development opportunities – this company is committed to promoting staff from within and supporting their professional development with qualifications and experience. Comprehensive 6-day induction with specialist training courses that is refreshed annually 29 days of annual leave (including bank holidays) For more information on the job role and to make a formal application, please contact Suhailah Mohamed on 020 7456 8950 or (email address removed) Location: Surrey Salary: £8.55 ph Benefits Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Senior Residential Childcare Worker
Are you Caring, Passionate and Committed to enabling vulnerable young women to live fulfilled and independent lives? Caritas is recruiting Senior Residential Child Care Workers to join 2 established residential care services in Horley and Merstham, Surrey. As a Senior Residential Child Care Worker, you will lead a team of care workers in supporting vulnerable women with emotional and behavioural difficulties as a result of violence and trauma experienced in their early lives. This post is permanent. The rate of pay is £9.86 per hour and £21.22 per sleep-in shift. As a full time, Senior Residential Child Care Worker, you can expect to work 160 hours a month (40 hours a week) and 8 sleep-in shifts a month. Duties & Responsibilities: To work as a part of a team in delivering a holistic and quality residential care service to up to 18 female service users.To attend meetings, appointments, court hearings with service users; always representing their best interests and serving as link-worker where appropriate.Ensure records are accurate, updated and stored in line with the data protection act.Responsibility for the day to day running of the shift except when on shift with a Deputy Manager / Manager when a supportive role will be undertaken.To support service users with meal preparation and ensuring that their day to day care needs are met.Responsible for the administration of medication and keeping accurate records of this.To work flexibly, supporting Managers to ensure services are adequately staffed and an interrupted service is being delivered.To pass over all necessary information to social workers, other professionals and parentsTo complete handovers in full; to report all incidents to managers. Essential Job Requirements: A passion and commitment to working with vulnerable young women with emotional and behavioural difficulties.Minimum of two years’ experience in residential childcare.Ability to work as part of a team.Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times.A sound understanding of the Care Standards Act and National Minimum Standards that apply to residential childcareAn understanding of child protectionAbility to lead a team of Residential Child-Care Workers in the absence of the Deputy Manage and Unit Manager.Ability to organise routines and activities for a group of young women.Ability to write clear and concise reports.Ability to manage petty cash systems accurately.Ability to linkwork young women with complex needs.Undertake supervised contact with young women when required.Ability to support young women in Court.Good standard of basic education and the ability to learn and translate theory into practice.Desire to achieve the very best for the young women in your care.Commitment to professional development – a willingness to undertake training to enhance skills and knowledge. Desirable Job Requirements: NVQ Level 3 in childcare.Have a full, UK driving licence. Personal Qualities: Self management and professional discipline.Commitment and loyalty to the young women and the organisation.Good sense of humour.Good health record.Good timekeeping. To make an application, please send your updated your updated CV detailing your employment history in full to Suhailah Mohamed using (email address removed) For any queries, please phone Suhailah Mohamed on 0207 456 8950. Location: Surrey Salary: £9.86 ph £21.22 per Sleep-In Shift Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Childrens Residential Support Workers
Residential children’s Workers required to work in a local busy Residential Homes. My Client is looking for reliable candidates that have excellent availability who are available to work long days weekdays, along with weekends and nights. You should have experience of working with Children who display Challenging behaviour in a Residential setting if this is you and you are looking for temporary / permanent opportunities then please call Richard on 0121 3668210. Location: Birmingham Salary: £7.50 - £8.50 ph Holiday Pay & Mileage (Optional) Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Workers
Our local client is currently seeking experiened driven individuals to assist and already great team providing care and support to its service users. The role may involve confrontational and challenging situations so the ability to control and de-escalate such things would be beneficial. Team teach or De-escalation training would also be acceptable. If you are interested in this or similar roles then please contact Richard Samuels at Caritas Recruitment Birmingham Office. Location: Birmingham Salary: £8.00 - £9.00 ph Holiday Pay, Expenses. Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: Adhoc

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Elderly Residential Support Workers
We require Support workers to work with the Elderly. Main Duties will involve all aspects of care including some personal care, promoting independence and dealing with challenging behaviour by residents suffering with varying stages of Dementia. Ideal candidates will have proven experience supporting the Elderly and the treatment of dementia. you will also need to be flexible as shifts will be varied and although these sites are accessible by public transport it’s beneficial that you are a driver for some locations. If you are interested in this or any other vacancies we have then please call 0121 366 8210 for more information Location: Birmingham Salary: £7.00 - £8.00 ph Holiday Pay & Expenses - Optional Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Worker Adults Learning Dis
My client, based in the Birmingham City area is seeking competent, hardworking support staff to provide its service users with high quality care & Support. If you - Have experience working with Adults with Learning disabilities Have you got a minimum of a NVQ Level 2 in Health & Social Care Then I would love to hear from you! In return we can offer Competitive rates Flexible working patters Great service And much more! Please call Richard Samuels on 0121 366 8210 or email a CV to (email address removed) Location: Birmingham Salary: £7.00 - £8.00 ph Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Elderly Residential Support Workers
Opportunities within the Elderly Residential Care Sector Do you hold a NVQ level 2 or 3 in health & Social Care? Do you have experience of working with elderly clients in residential or supporting living? Do you drive, have access to a car or can access public transport easily? I currently work with a local client that has a requirement for experienced Support Workers who can complete not only quality and thorough Care with Support through specially assigned Care plans but also admin, household and general tasks when on assignment. If you can answer yes to the above then I would be keen to hear from you. Please call Richard Samuels on 0121 366 8210 or alternatively please email an up to date version of your CV on (email address removed) Location: Birmingham Salary: £7.00 - £8.00 ph Holiday Pay, Expenses Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: TBC

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Workers
Residential Support workers required! Do you have experience working with & supporting people with... Learning Disabilities Challenging Behaviours Mental Health Personal Care Supported Living Roles are available working with Children Adults Elderly Youth/Adolescents Caritas Birmingham would be very interested in speaking with you If you tick the boxes above then Caritas can offer in return Competitive Rates Holiday Pay Flexible working hours Call Richard Samuels on 0121 3668210 for more information Location: Birmingham Salary: £7.00 - £8.00 ph Holiday Pay & Expenses Optional Hours: Part-time Type: Temporary or Contract Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT



Residential Support Worker
Caritas is recruiting Residential Support Workers passionate about working with children with a learning disability, autistic spectrum disorder and challenging behaviours. As Residential Support Worker, you will support 8 – 18 year olds within a stunning Special Education Needs school with residential services on site. The school is based in Surbiton, Kingston upon Thames and you will support students with aspects of their daily living and activities. The service operates 24/7. As Residential Support Worker, you will work 36.5 hours a week: early shifts, late shifts and weekend-working on a rotational basis. Due to the location of the school, access to a vehicle is advantageous. This is a permanent role paying £8.55 per hour. Job Description: To provide residential child care service to children and young people placed in the service To provide a home with the emotional, material and educational support To ensure that the full potential of the children and young people is reached To provide a therapeutic environment, where the young people feel safe and cared for To ensure the welfare of the children and young people is paramount Job Requirements: To be part of a professional team providing the care and control of a residential group To assume the role of link worker To be responsible for keeping all necessary written reports up to date and informing seniors of any changes in care needs To ensure that all records and monies are kept safe To supervise access visits where required To provide advice and support To provide personal care e.g. feeding, washing, dressing, Required Applicant Attributes: NVQ Level 2 in children and young people (or equivalent, recognised qualification) Ability work as part of a team Ability to maintain professional boundaries at all times Passionate about working with children and young people with learning disabilities, emotional and behavioural difficulties Ability to work flexibly, to a shift pattern on a rotational basis; including weekend working. Enhanced DBS check Obtainable references from your current and previous employers Company Benefits: Free Parking Free lunches/meals when on shift Beautiful, purpose built, fully equipped site – be proud of where you work! Free training and development opportunities – this company is committed to promoting staff from within and supporting their professional development with qualifications and experience. Comprehensive 6-day induction with specialist training courses that is refreshed annually 29 days of annual leave (including bank holidays) For more information on the job role and to make a formal application, please contact Suhailah Mohamed on 020 7456 8950 or (email address removed) Location: Surrey Salary: £8.55 ph Benefits Hours: Full-time Type: Permanent Starting: Immediately Duration: Ongoing

Tue, 03 Feb 2015 04:43:02 GMT


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