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Night Shift- Children's Support Worker

  • Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Start date: 03 Jun 2019
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11146818
  • Branch: Newcastle
  • Consultant: Katie Edmundson
  • Call: 0191 279 7270
Job description
Would you like to make a difference? We are recruiting for support staff who would like to make a difference to children and young people with complex needs

As a Night Shift Support Worker you will be providing support to with children with learning difficulties, autism , mental health problems and /or complex needs between the ages of 9 and 18.

Monday to Thursday shifts are 9.30pm-9.30am
Friday to Sunday and all school 8.30pm -8.30am

Support Workers applying for this role would ideally have previous experience within Health and Social Care or with children and young people.
NVQ Level 3 Children and Young People would be advantageous.
The role will become permanent for the RIGHT person.

You will be required to work in partnership with the school, parents or carers and other agencies. The main focus of the job is to support the young people to be independent as possible

Job purpose:
  • To provide day to day care of children and young people within an environment of pro-social learning that promotes positive attachments and relationships
  • To support young people in maximising their potential in a safe and caring environment
  • To achieve the highest standard of service delivery as measured by Ofsted against the Children's Homes National Minimum Standards
  • Understanding and knowledge of the issues faced by this client group.
  • Experience of personal care
  • Commitment to safeguarding and protecting the clients
  • Commitment to the care and well-being of clients
  • Dedication to continued professional and personal development.

In return you will be well supported, have an opportunity to develop your career and be rewarded for success.

If you would like more information or for a confidential chat, please do not hesitate to contact Katie on 0191 2797270 or email kedmundson@protocol-education.com. Interviews are available asap so do not hesitate to get in touch.

At Protocol we keep safeguarding and safer recruitment at the forefront of all of our efforts. All of our roles are subject to stringent checks and procedures. To apply for this role you will need to provide documentation proving you are eligible to work in the UK. You will also need to provide or apply for an enhanced DBS certificate.


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