Waking Night Support Worker - Ringwood

CareFirstUK Recruitment Solutions
02 Dec 2017
08 Dec 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
WAKING NIGHT SUPPORT WORKERMUST HAVE PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE AS A SUPPORT WORKER AND IDEALLY WAKING NIGHTS BEFORESTATE DATE FOR SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE 2ND JANUARY 2018!INTERVIEWS ASAP! APPLY NOW!Working with Special Educational Needs children and young adultsPay: £10.11 per hourFull time 4 shifts per weekNight shifts 9.30pm to 7.00amMust be willing to work some weekends. Must be a car driverExcellent opportunity to work either in the school or in supported living in nearby areas. Ringwood, HampshireOur client is an independent, residential special school and college for students with severe and moderate learning difficulties and disabilities. They offer day and residential care within a beautiful environment where staff, whatever their job role, have the opportunity to make a real and positive difference in the lives of our students.They are seeking Waking Night Support Workers. Ideally you will have previous relevant (SEN) experience, including autism and complex needs, in a similar organisation and/or relevant qualifications.But if you have the interest and motivation, we’ll support you to develop your skills and knowledge, and for some, your career in Care, Education or work with children and young people. They take a holistic approach to the work we do and all job roles make a valued contribution in helping to grow the confidence and capabilities of our students.The Waking Night Support Worker will be responsible for . . . ensuring that the building is checked for any fire risks, health, hygiene and security issues and to tour the house every 30 minutes with due regard for the above.undertaking general domestic duties as and when required in agreement with the House Co-ordinator and Night Waking Support Co-ordinator.supporting children/young adults as necessary in relation to their Individual Education Plans including the use of physical intervention upon the receipt of appropriate training.Provide immediate response and suitable support to students and colleagues to address, and where possible de-escalate, incidents involving challenging behaviour.Provide immediate support and response to medical emergences Maintain timely, concise and accurate records in appropriate house and pupil log books.following at all time our clients policies and procedures with due regard to child/adult protection and health and safety.maintaining professional confidentiality at all times.maintaining a flexible approach to work and responding appropriately to situations faced including assisting with aspects of intimate personal care.attending all relevant induction and training programmes organised by our client.Benefits for the Waking Night Support Worker are: Fantastic physical working environment with beautiful outdoor spaceEnhanced DBS check paid forVoluntary ‘Sleep-in’ paid at £67.40 p/shiftEmployers pension contribution at 3% Employee Assistance ProgrammeOn-site parkingChild Care vouchersBike –to- work schemeCut price gym membership Minimum of c7 days paid training per year and c 10 days in the first yearSupport to acquire a Level 3 QCF award.5 days off-the job training during inductionRegular support and supervision from line managersA team working environment which is well regarded by staffNo requirement to wear a uniformDaily Meal provided for Support Workers For more information call Care First UK anytime on 01202 854777 or 07810 349555 or email your cv.