Support Worker Children - Central Hull

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Children's residential support worker based in central Hull location. £8-9.50 per hour. Small unit, good team.

Your new company
You will be joining a well respected local provider of children's residential care. This is an opportunity to work alongside an established team in a small, bespoke environment.

Your new role
You will be working with 2 young adults with a variety of mental health and complex needs; you will be supporting them in their development through a therapeutic approach. Assisting in day to day duties as well as accompanying excursions and encouraging the children to pursue their interests.

What you'll need to succeed
You must have recent experience working in a children's residential setting and be able to demonstrate that you have dealt with challenging behaviour in previous roles. You will be able to quickly build relationships with the young adults and fellow staff members to maintain the continuity of care. Ideally Level 3 Children's and Young People's Workforce qualified you can show a thorough knowledge of best practice in the sector.

What you'll get in return
Excellent rates of pay, opportunity to join a small team and work 1-1 with young people, fully paid training. The shifts are flexible but are typically between 8am-11pm. There is the possibility to split this into two roles for the right candidates of 8am-3pm and 3pm-11pm.

What you need to do now
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