Children’s Social Care – Shift Leader – Team Leader –
The Role :
Your role as a Residential Shift Leader will be to operate within the guidelines set out by the Organisation and assist in the Organisation’s commitment of providing the highest standard of care possible for the young people they look after. You will be expected to assist the Registered Manager to manage an efficient team by undertaking supervisory responsibilities and taking a lead role in incident response.
You will be expected to participate in the day-to-day running of the home, in accordance with the Organisation’s objectives and guidelines. Reporting where necessary to the Registered Manager.
As a Shift Leader your role is about supporting your Manager and Team Leader (deputising in their absence) whilst working with a team of Support Workers. The right candidate will provide a safe, stable, stimulating and caring non-institutionalised environment in order to provide a high standard of quality care which meets individual young people’s needs.
The Company & Premises :
The organisation that you will be working for specialises in helping Children and Young People in their day to day lives by providing the best level of care possible. This provider prides themselves on their standard of care, the warming nature of their staff team and the beautiful Gloucestershire based premises that offers a stunning visuals as well as a perfect getaway for the Children and Young people that they look after.
The Package :
Upon joining this industry leading organisation, you will receive a basic salary of £24,500 – £26,500 depending on experience, which is inclusive of a £33 a night sleep-in. You will benefit from their internal training program and will have the opportunity to achieve additional qualifications in care. You will also benefit from their pension plan and more as part of their benefits package.
What you need :
Applicants will need to hold the Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare qualification (or relevant equivalent). Successful candidates must hold a valid driving licence. You must have a want to progress within the Social care sector and be open to additional Social Care educational training. Having a background in working with EBD and LD is a must.
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