Your new company You will be working for a social enterprise offering clinically informed practice to children who have suffered from trauma in their lives. Their approach sets them apart from standard residential child care providers in that it is clinically informed in every aspect of the child’s experience with the aim of helping traumatised children achieve recovery and psychological well being. Your new role You will be responsible for ensuring a high standard of care for the children while offering support to employees. You will ensure that all the need of the home and resident children and young people are met at all times that delegated tasks are completed. It is essential that you make sure all documentation such as referral requests, incident report books and restraint books are completed when on duty and that all household tasks are undertaken by the end of your shift. What you'll need to succeed You will need to possess a sound knowledge of current legislation relating to children in care and residential settings. You will also hold an NVQ Level 3 in Children and Young People's workforce (or equivalent) You’ll have an excellent understanding of competencies associated with authoritative parenting and be able to integrate this in to your practice. You’ll set high standards for yourself and be able to use high-level personal traits to adopt a positive and professional approach. You will also have a full, clean UK driving licence and ideally access to your own vehicle with business insurance. What you'll get in return This is a full time position which will be temporary initially before being made permanent. You will be offered a competitive rate of pay as well as the following:
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