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Experienced Support workers wanted

  • Location: Chesterfield
  • Start date: 04 Sep 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10924974
  • Branch: Sheffield Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Hannah Warren
  • Call: 0114 252 1975
Job description
Protocol education are currently recruiting for several positions within an outstanding residential school, supporting pupils with a range of learning disabilities SEMH among other care needs.

Temp to perm after 12 weeks.

Shifts available: 07:15 14:00 13:00 21:00

Rate of pay: £8.26 per hour.

The ideal candidate:
- Will have experience working with one or more of the following: SEMH, supporting learning disabilities, SEN, MLD, SLD, Autism spectrum disorders, personal care etc.
- Training or experience within physical care support would be an advantage.
- Will have a positive working attitude, and be aware and adhere to all safeguarding policies.
- Health and Social care level 2 upwards would be a major advantage
- The opportunity to explore and challenge yourself in a new care support setting.

What does this role offer me?
- Competitive pay rate
- The opportunity to work with a outstanding education and care provider, dedicated to staff support and quality.
- A dedicated consultant to provide you with everything you meed prior to starting and during work.
- Several free training courses and schemes are available for valued Protocol members, with the chance to win gifts, cash and prizes whilst with the agency.

If you believe you would be an ideal candidate for this role, please contact Hannah on 0114 252 1975 for a friendly informal chat about your options and advice on how to progress your career.

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