Residential Childrens Worker

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Degree-Six Recruitment are working with a large Childrens provider in Leicestershire. We are looking for Full-Time Support Worker's to make a difference to the lives of children in residential care.

As a Support Worker you will have a knowledge of Learning Disabilities, Mental health issues and challenging behaviours. You will be the emotional support to the children you care for and support in the day to day lives.

- Care related experience, ideally within Residential Childcare (Preferred)

- Full UK driving licence (Essential)

- Must be prepared to work 24-hour shifts (including sleepovers) on a rota basis

If you meet the above specification then please get in touch ASAP, the successful applicant will be rewarded with great benefits:

- Thorough training course including intervention training

- Opportunity to work towards QCF Level 3 in Children and Young Peoples Workforce

- Free DBS check and Update Service Subscription

- Annual Employee Awards Evening and Employee Recognition Schemes

And many many more
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  • CV-89564
  • Permanent
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