Hays Social Care are looking for Waking Night Support Workers to work in residential children's home settings – £10.00-£11.50p/h In your new role you will be working on a flexible basis covering waking nights and working with children and young people who have learning disabilities, autism, challenging behaviour and mental health.
You will need to combine your professional experience and skills to work with adults on a day to day basis and to promote their independence.
Working for Hays Social Care you will be offered work in locations and settings to suit you. As we work with a range of clients and hours, this is also an ideal way to work your job around your personal commitments.
You will need to be confident in working with children and young people and have a genuine desire to support the work of the permanent members of staff.
Working as a Waking Night Support Worker through Hays Social Care comes with many benefits, including:
* Competitive pay £10-£11.50p/h depending on experience
* Holiday Pay
* Weekly pay
* Free DBS
* £250 reward when you recommend a colleague
To be considered for Waking Night Support Work roles you must:
* Have recent experience of working in similar settings (and be able to provide references)
* Have experience working with children and young people with learning difficulties, Autism, challenging behaviour and or mental health
What you need to do now
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Manchester, Greater Manchester
Offerd Salary0- £15,000