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Residential Support Worker in Barking (Children's)

Job Title: Residential Support Worker in Barking (Children's)
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Harlow, Essex
Salary: £18000 - £19000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: Permanent
Contact Name: Hannah London
Contact Email:
Job Published: 12 months ago

Job Description

Are you an experienced support worker?

Do you have experience working with children and young people?

Can you commute to the Barking?

Looking for a role with negotiable benefits?

I think i have the role for you!

4Social Work are currently looking for an experienced Support worker to work in a stunningly built residential home for children in the Barking

The suitable candidate will need to be experienced working in a residential home with children and young people.

This is a full time, permanent role working DAYS only.

Job Duties:

  • To maintain the development of positive childcare practice
  • To provide a safe, caring, warm, nurturing and supportive environment for the children living with us.
  • To comply with company rules, policies and procedures of the establishment and to respond to emergencies, which may arise within the home.
  • To support children in maintaining contact with friends and family members.
  • To encourage all stakeholders to have an input in both the home and the relevant child.
  • To promote and encourage learning with the children on educational activities within the home and in the community.
  • To accompany the young people on outdoor activities when required.
  • Reporting missing persons to the Police, responsible local authority and those with parental responsibility. This includes reporting missing persons returned.
  • To provide and maintain high levels of cleanliness within the home.
  • To carry out household duties, shopping, cleaning, cooking and generally ensuring that the household and garden areas are maintained in a safe manner.
  • To accept responsibility for monies as may be required in carrying out necessary duties.
  • To maintain a regular system of recording in connection with each young person, to be involved in the implementation of care plans and to assist in the provisions of reports when required
  • To deal with telephone enquiries obtaining as much information as possible before passing the matter to the senior on duty, or on call if necessary.
  • To undertake administrative duties as required e.g. (log books, daily records, accident book, incident book, incident sheets etc.)

If this is a role of interest to you please contact Hannah London @ 4Social Work