Becoming a Children's Residential Support Worker is just the start. Fulbridge Social Care actively promotes from within and encourage people to progress. As an accredited training provider with over 10 years’ experience at the forefront of providing the best staff within the Children and Adult Care Sector, we can train the right individuals to work confidently. We can provide you with the first steps you need to start your new career, ensuring you are fully equipped to support the service users to the best of your abilities ensuring you meet their needs. At Fulbridge we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all the people we support, adults and children, and expect all staff to share this commitment.
If you think you have what it takes to be a committed, driven, supportive and passionate support worker then this may just be the career for you! If you join Fulbridge, you’ll walk into a small team that have developed bonds and relationships similar to that of family. Our team is dedicated to not only our clients’ young people, children and management, but also to each other. This offers new members of staff the opportunity to have a pleasant and enjoyable work life. This role will no doubt offer you daily challenges and hurdles, as the children and young people demonstrate high levels of challenging behaviours as a result of traumatic childhoods. However, if you give your all to this role, we feel it is one of the most rewarding roles there is, offering the right individuals, a real sense of job satisfaction and fulfilment.
- Preparing breakfast, lunches, teas and snacks
- Encouraging and helping children and young people access education
- Helping the children and young people integrate into the community in a positive way
- Helping with homework
- Getting involved in fun activities in and outside the home
- Days out; shopping, swimming, cinema, bowling, horse riding, football etc
- Getting children and young people to meetings and appointments; doctors, dentist, visits, contacts etc
- Monitoring and observing behaviours and needs
- Transporting children (using unit car)
- Must be 21 or over to apply
- Successful candidates will need to obtain an enhanced DBS (cost met by applicant) or provide a portable DBS
- International Checks might also be required as part of compliance if you have lived, travelled or worked for an extended period abroad
What are the hours, salary and benefits?
- Full time and part time hours available
- £7.90 - £11.00 per hour
- Additional sleep pay £62.64 per night
- Full training and qualifications are offered to successful candidates including Team Teach; Child Protection; Understanding Sexualised Behaviour; Working with Self Harm and Understanding Autism and ADHD
- Weekly pay - delivered accurately and on time
- Monthly supervisions
- Excellent opportunities for career progression
If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or complete our online application via our website.