Part Time – 25.00 hours per week
To take a lead role with the team to provide care and support appropriate to the needs of the individual child or young person. To provide this care and support in the residential setting, the community and the home. To plan and implement activities to meet the individual needs and aspirations of the young people. To ensure the highest quality of service delivery.
To promote work that meets CrossReach’s and National Standards.
To promote the aims and objectives of the service.
To take lead role within a team:
To be involved in the general day to day care and support of the children.
To act as keyworker to identified children and contribute to the setting up, carrying out and reviewing of care plans.
To represent the service at reviews and other relevant meetings.
To participate in regular supervision.
To carry out agreed behaviour support strategy plans.
To promote effective communication.
To support the families and carers of the children and young people.
To promote social inclusion initiatives.
To empower children to access local services and leisure opportunities.
To contribute to the strategic development of the service.
To undertake a flexible pattern of shifts.
To undertake other duties as directed by the Team Leader/Unit Manager to meet the needs of children and the aims of the Unit.
To undertake training to meet development needs.
To demonstrate and share Christian love and support including sharing with others the leading of worship in accordance with CrossReach policy and by ensuring all staff meetings are opened with prayer and Bible reading.
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