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Homes2Inspire are expanding and are looking for enthusiastic, caring and motivated individuals to join the growing business.

Whether you’re a care professional looking for a new opportunity or are looking for a new career with a chance to make a difference to the life of a child, you can find out more below about the range of exciting opportunities available with Homes2Inspire.

In addition to the financial rewards and benefits, you will receive huge job satisfaction, support, training and career opportunities in an organisation that develops its staff to their full potential and believes in promotion from within.

To apply for a role please email your CV to careers@homes2inspire.co.uk stating the job role you are seeking and preferred location.

We do not use agency staff

Current Vacancies

Published on 22 May 2020

Residential Youth Support Worker

Newark, Nottinghamshire

Job Role: Residential Youth Support Worker

Salary: £19,050- £20,621 per annum plus £33 per sleep in completed

** Successful candidates with QCF Level 3 in Residential Childcare will start on salary of £20,091**

Annual Leave allowance: 28 days inclusive of Bank Holidays

Location: Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire

Interview Date: 11th June 2020

 

About the role

As part of this role you will be responsible for supporting and developing these children and young people emotionally and socially. Your role will be as a corporate parent to these children and young people, you will be involved in school runs, activities like taking them out to the shops or swimming lessons and also cooking dinners and providing these children and young people with a warm and nurturing home environment.

 

What can we offer?

We realise in order to provide the best care for our children and young people, we need to have the best staff!

To ensure this, we provide various amounts of training, a generous benefits package and are always actively looking to develop and promote internally! You will also be enrolled onto QCF Level 3 in Residential Childcare upon completion of your probation period, stay with us and you will not have to pay a penny back for this!

 

What do we want from you?

· Passion and drive to improve the lives of children and young people

· Desire and willing to learn and develop new skills

· Resilience to be able to support our children and young people in their most difficult times

· A great role model!

· Full UK Drivers Licence is preferred to support with school runs and activates

 

Previous experience within this field would be advantageous, however this is not essential. We welcome applicants that we feel have the right characteristics, aptitude, and life skills to work with our young people.

 

Shifts and Hours

As a residential provision this is a 52 week/24-hour service. You will be required to work a shift pattern which includes early and late shifts, weekends and Bank Holidays.

 

You will also be required to sleep in, this will be on average of once per week. An additional allowance is paid for this!

 

You will be required to undergo a Disclosure Barring Service enhanced application which will be funded by the organisation.

 

If you wish to discuss this role/position any further, please ring 01788 298391 or visit our website at www.homes2inspire.co.uk

 

If you feel this is the right role for you, then please apply! We would love to meet you!!

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