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Senior Residential Support Worker

Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk

Published
11-09-2019
Job ad details
Published
11-09-2019
Expires
25-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75540488
Job type
Full-time
Salary level
£19,500 - £21,500  per year
Job sector
Medical and Carers

121 Social Care are currently recruiting for Children’s Residential Support Workers for the Bury St Edmond Area

“Make a Difference to Young People”

Supports the effective delivery of education, care and independence programmes for Learners and Young People through the effective supervision of Support Workers, ensuring that facilities comply with statutory regulations and quality standards

Key focus on

Safety 

Providing a quality service to the young people 

Ensuring financial sustainability appropriate to the job role

Responsibilities Quality

1.Supervises the effective implementation of individual programmes by supporting the teaching and learning, social and independence activities and experiences, which enhance the learning and development of Learners and Young People.

2. Manages the well-being and behaviour of Learners and Young People, including sensitive pastoral situations, dealing with immediate issues on own shift and within own team ensuring outcomes are appropriately followed up and reported, referring significant occurrences to senior staff through agreed channels as appropriate.

3. Support staff in own team to maintain effective professional relationships with students/pupils, parents, colleagues, outside agencies and other professionals referring any issues to senior staff as appropriate.

4. Acting as a positive role model, provide effective supervision and guidance for own team contributing to their performance and professional development.

5. Inputs into development of local procedures and supervises staff in own team to ensure all actions comply with policy and procedure and are in line with regulatory, statutory and compliance requirements and meet quality standards. Innovation

6. Adapts newly proven techniques within registered home Value 7. Ensures young people who use our services are getting value for their money

Knowledge / Education / Skills QCF level 3 Diploma in relevant care/children & young people related area or equivalent or higher recognised qualification.

Experience - previous general work experience which will assist in supporting the educational and social development of children or young people with special needs.

Communication

Communication and personal interaction is a key feature of this role, which provides personal support and guidance to Learners and Young People both within an educational and care environment. This may include more extensive pastoral support. Coaching, observational and listening skills are essential for monitoring, supporting and assessing academic, social and emotional development.

Responsibility Staff

The role requires supervision and support of a number of staff on a shift as well as supporting the delivery of education and care plans. The role holder will also make a significant personal contribution to the overall development of Learners and Young People ensuring day to day issues and incidents are appropriately resolved and reported according to policy and procedures referring more complex and serious matters to senior management as appropriate.

Budgets & equipment

Responsible for the correct handling of petty cash and appropriate expenditure of learners and young peoples’ allowances and administration of medication in accordance with policy and procedure where applicable and as required. Collective responsibility for the care and security of equipment and consumables on site.

Informatics Responsibility for the accuracy, security and confidentiality of student/pupil records.

Other

The role holder will be expected to undergo certified training and refresher courses in a range of areas including Child Protection, Physical Intervention, Behavioural Management, first aid, fire prevention and Health & Safety at Work and other specialist training related to the location

Working Environment

The educational and social challenges experienced by the young people may, at times, give rise to unusual or anti-social behaviour which can be very emotionally and physically demanding

Upholding the Company Behaviours

Weekly Shift Patterns 3 shifts a week Rota Based

2 x 15 hours 0800 – 2300

1 x 10 hours 1300 – 2300

Most shifts include a sleep in at the end of the shift

1 full weekend off in a 4 week rota

If this sounds like the role for you Please contact us.

Successful candidates will undergo a Full DBS and Referencing Check.

Please note that you may be expected to undertake other duties and responsibilities as appropriate to the role.

Responsibilities Quality

1. Supervises the effective implementation of individual programmes by supporting the teaching and learning, social and independence activities and experiences, which enhance the learning and development of Learners and Young People.

2. Manages the well-being and behaviour of Learners and Young People, including sensitive pastoral situations, dealing with immediate issues on own shift and within own team ensuring outcomes

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LJA-75540488CV-Library-2107835402107835402019-09-11T00:00:00Senior Residential Support Worker121 Social Care are currently recruiting for Children’s Residential Support Workers for the Bury St Edmond Area

“Make a Difference to Young People”

Supports the effective delivery of education, care and independence programmes for Learners and Young People through the effective supervision of Support Workers, ensuring that facilities comply with statutory regulations and quality standards

Key focus on

Safety 

Providing a quality service to the young people 

Ensuring financial sustainability appropriate to the job role

Responsibilities Quality

1.Supervises the effective implementation of individual programmes by supporting the teaching and learning, social and independence activities and experiences, which enhance the learning and development of Learners and Young People.

2. Manages the well-being and behaviour of Learners and Young People, including sensitive pastoral situations, dealing with immediate issues on own shift and within own team ensuring outcomes are appropriately followed up and reported, referring significant occurrences to senior staff through agreed channels as appropriate.

3. Support staff in own team to maintain effective professional relationships with students/pupils, parents, colleagues, outside agencies and other professionals referring any issues to senior staff as appropriate.

4. Acting as a positive role model, provide effective supervision and guidance for own team contributing to their performance and professional development.

5. Inputs into development of local procedures and supervises staff in own team to ensure all actions comply with policy and procedure and are in line with regulatory, statutory and compliance requirements and meet quality standards. Innovation

6. Adapts newly proven techniques within registered home Value 7. Ensures young people who use our services are getting value for their money

Knowledge / Education / Skills QCF level 3 Diploma in relevant care/children & young people related area or equivalent or higher recognised qualification.

Experience - previous general work experience which will assist in supporting the educational and social development of children or young people with special needs.

Communication

Communication and personal interaction is a key feature of this role, which provides personal support and guidance to Learners and Young People both within an educational and care environment. This may include more extensive pastoral support. Coaching, observational and listening skills are essential for monitoring, supporting and assessing academic, social and emotional development.

Responsibility Staff

The role requires supervision and support of a number of staff on a shift as well as supporting the delivery of education and care plans. The role holder will also make a significant personal contribution to the overall development of Learners and Young People ensuring day to day issues and incidents are appropriately resolved and reported according to policy and procedures referring more complex and serious matters to senior management as appropriate.

Budgets & equipment

Responsible for the correct handling of petty cash and appropriate expenditure of learners and young peoples’ allowances and administration of medication in accordance with policy and procedure where applicable and as required. Collective responsibility for the care and security of equipment and consumables on site.

Informatics Responsibility for the accuracy, security and confidentiality of student/pupil records.

Other

The role holder will be expected to undergo certified training and refresher courses in a range of areas including Child Protection, Physical Intervention, Behavioural Management, first aid, fire prevention and Health & Safety at Work and other specialist training related to the location

Working Environment

The educational and social challenges experienced by the young people may, at times, give rise to unusual or anti-social behaviour which can be very emotionally and physically demanding

Upholding the Company Behaviours

Weekly Shift Patterns 3 shifts a week Rota Based

2 x 15 hours 0800 – 2300

1 x 10 hours 1300 – 2300

Most shifts include a sleep in at the end of the shift

1 full weekend off in a 4 week rota

If this sounds like the role for you Please contact us.

Successful candidates will undergo a Full DBS and Referencing Check.

Please note that you may be expected to undertake other duties and responsibilities as appropriate to the role.

Responsibilities Quality

1. Supervises the effective implementation of individual programmes by supporting the teaching and learning, social and independence activities and experiences, which enhance the learning and development of Learners and Young People.

2. Manages the well-being and behaviour of Learners and Young People, including sensitive pastoral situations, dealing with immediate issues on own shift and within own team ensuring outcomes
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Job ad details
Published
11-09-2019
Expires
25-09-2019
Job ID
LJA-75540488
Jobtype
Full-time
Salary level
£19,500 - £21,500  per year
Job sector
Medical and Carers