Children Residential Care Workers

Location: Leicester
Job Type: Permanent
Industry: SEN Support Jobs | SEN
Reference: PE11208326
Salary: Salary depednant upon experience
Job Published: 6 months ago
Our continued expansion means we are looking to recruit experienced senior residential care workers for a number of our homes. You would be joining an expanding company delivering high-quality care with our children and young people's welfare at the heart of everything we do.

For the role you must:

= Hold a QCF level 3 in Residential Care with Children and Young people's workforce. *or equivalent*

= Hold a full UK driving license

= Be over the age of 21

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

Why work for us?

At Protocol Education, we live up to our values, and we value our people. We are proud to be one of the most innovative providers to support residential care and education in the UK. Our success means that we are opening new residential homes and schools and making a difference for young people in a variety of new areas as well as continuing to support young people in our established services.

Our staff come from all backgrounds and often have experience and skills gained in a variety of different roles and environments.

Here are just some of the benefits of working for us:

= Friendly, small passionate teams

= Pleasant, supportive working environments

= Rewarding work helping our young people aged 8-18 reach their potential in their daily lives and through their learning

= Competitive salary including opportunities to earn enhancements and pick up additional hours

= Career advancement pathways for all roles to help you reach your personal best whether in our homes, schools or our Key 2 transitional services

= Face to face therapeutic training and support for all staff, with extensive training on the PACE model

= Access to a wide range of free online courses for all staff on a variety of topics

= DBS Check

= Staff referral scheme with cash rewards earn from up to £250 per referral subject to qualifications.

= Contributory Pension scheme