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Residental Support Worker

  • Location: Manchester
  • Start date: 01 Sep 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10922902
  • Branch: Manchester
  • Consultant: Harpinder Sembhi
  • Call: 123 4567 8910
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Job description
Are you an experienced residential support worker, having supported young people within a residential school, care home, young offenders unit or with a social work background?

If so, the SEND team at Protocol Education have several roles within a residential unit in Manchester. These roles are specific to the needs of the young people and you would need to have experience of working with complex emotional needs and harmful sexualised behaviours. If you have training in FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) this would be an advantage but not essential. Roles are open to male and female support workers as the unit caters for both genders.

All roles are 37 hours a week on a pro rata basis and do include some weekends and evening work, along with sleep in duties (additional payment). Salary is hourly paid at £7.50 to £8.30 per hour depending on experience. There is also scope to become a permanent member of staff in due course. Roles start in September 2017.

All staff aim to provide a range of social care and therapeutic approaches to work with the young people, groups, and families and appropriate to the needs of the residents.

If you are interested in these roles or maybe know someone who would be, then please contact the SEND team at Protocol Education for more details.
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