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  • £10.00 - £12.00/hour + higher rate paid for unsociable hou
Position: Childrens Support Worker Location: Warrington Pay £10 - £12 per hour plus increments paid for nights and weekends A fantastic opportunity has become available to work for our market leading recruitment company as a Residential Support Worker within the Childrens sector. Nothing compares to the feeling that comes from knowing that you've made a difference to someones day, especially when that someone is a vulnerable child. Here at Prospero Health & Social Care we are looking to recruit Residential Childrens Support Workers for Services in Warrington. You'll become part of our highly skilled temporary workforce, helping us deliver emotional and practical care to vulnerable children and transforming their lives on a daily basis. In return, we'll support you every step of the way providing the following benefits: Weekly enhanced pay with the option of PAYE, LTD or Umbrella payments options Dedicated Account Manager Free ongoing training Access to career enhancement and industry qualifications are available Flexible hours which means you can work around your personal commitments including childcare or studying Cash referral incentive paid for all successfully referred and placed candidates Due to the nature of the position it is essential that all applicants have a minimum of 6 months experience working as a Support Worker within a childcare setting. All suitable candidates are required to undergo an enhanced level criminal record disclosure. Prospero Health and Social Care is an equal opportunities employer
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Qualified Social Worker - R&A - Good Ofsted My client is a well-known authority in the East Midlands who is looking for a Qualified Social Worker to join their R&A team. This is a good opportunity to join a succeeding authority who have been awarded a 'Good' Ofsted rating consistently for the last 12 years. You will have the benefit of working in a stable team filled with supportive workers who will do what they can to help you perform at your best. You will also have the opportunity of working condensed week which will give you the flexibility to manage your schedule effectively. What you can expect: Flexible working Ongoing support Competitive pay rate Manageable caseload Stable contract To be considered for this role: You must be HCPC registered 2 years PQ experience is essential You must have previous R&A experience You must hold a valid driving licence If you are interested in applying for this role please contact Ashish Pattni on (phone number removed) at NonStop Consulting
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Are you a passionate, dedicated social worker looking for a new challenge? HCL Social Care is recruiting a qualified, Children's Social Worker for the Looked After Children (LAC) Team to work in Swindon. What you will need: * You must have the right to work in the UK * HCPC registration * Relevant social work qualification * At least 2 years post-qualifying experience * Current DBS/DBS Update Service * Access to a car and a full UK driving licence Benefits of working with HCL Social Care: * Free DBS update * £200 referral scheme * Weekly payments * Dedicated registration team to help you through the process * Career support and guidance from an experienced consultant * Full preparation and support before interview and throughout your placement HCL is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications regardless of sex, age, race, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity or disability. *Terms and conditions apply
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  • £25000 - £28000/annum
Our client is one of the largest charities in London that support homelessness and vulnerable people. They have multiple service for clients such as young people, clients with a history of homelessness, mental health or substance misuse issues. Position Available: Homelessness Navigator - Wandsworth, £25kpa moving up to 28k if taken perm, 3-4 months ongoing, Contract, 37.5 hours per week Role Purpose: Navigators will initially be embedded in the Drug & Alcohol Outreach Team. The Navigator Roles will work with this team as well as other stakeholders to ensure a multidisciplinary approach in order to support and co-ordinate their tailored and targeted work. Navigators will be assigned to work with people rough sleeping, people at risk of rough sleeping and/or people who are newly accommodated off the street who would benefit from tailored support. They will follow the client from street outreach, giving a continued single point of contact and support through pathway systems and through to resettlement support. They will focus not just on finding and maintaining a housing solution but supporting the individual in their recovery to access services, find employment, undertake training, develop budgeting skills, cultivate positive social circles and be better equipped to maintain their accommodation and independence and avoid returning to the street. Navigators will offer personalised, creative, innovative and effective support and be a single point of contact, building trust with clients, working in an inclusive way and empowering clients to achieve. Navigators will co-ordinate support services, work with stakeholders and provide support, encouragement and advocacy to enable clients to navigate support and accommodation pathways in order to move away from the living on the streets. Navigators will be assigned a rough sleeper caseload of up to 12 clients or more dependent on the complexity level of the clients on that caseload Navigators will require freedom to try different forms of innovative interventions to achieve outcomes, with the full engagement and partnership of local agencies. Navigators will need to demonstrate positive outcomes for clients. Responsibilities: Implement the service's policies and procedures in order to deliver the overall operational programme using a psychologically informed and recovery focused approach. Maintaining a standard of service as required by the Commissioners and Equinox in order to deliver a safe and effective service. Implement the service's policies and procedures in order to deliver the overall operational programme using a psychologically informed and recovery focused approach. Maintaining a standard of service as required by the Commissioners and Equinox in order to deliver a safe and effective service. Undertake street outreach (possibly unsociable hours) , in reach into day centres and provide assertive floating support to identify, engage and commence work with rough sleepers or people with a history of rough sleeping in order to encourage positive long term change. Support service users to engage with their recovery, develop life skills, claim benefits and as necessary support them with move on options. Liaise with housing providers and work positively with key workers from other servicesExperience: Homelessness, outreach, supported housing or treatment experience Experience of recovery focused service provision Experience of assertive outreach Key working, support planning, risk assessment experience and group work experience Case coordination in a multi-agency setting Experience of working successfully and creatively with multiple and complex needs Experience or creative partnership working Support planning, risk assessment and safeguarding knowledge Knowledge of resettlement pathways and options Knowledge of current drug and alcohol provision and relevant services, pathways and conditions How to apply: If you feel that you fully meet the above outlined criteria for this role and would like to apply for this post, please forward your CV for consideration to (url removed) #weareBRG Disclaimer: This vacancy is based in the United Kingdom. Barker Ross Health&Social Care only operates in the UK and can only process applications from candidates who are currently a resident and eligible to work in the UK. Whilst we endeavour to contact you following your response due to the high volume of applications this cannot always be possible. If you have not had notification within 7 days unfortunately your application has not been successful. This vacancy is being advertised on behalf of Barker Ross Group who is acting as a recruitment agency. All communication with us is subject to the conditions outlined in our
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  • £20000 - £25000/annum
Academics are seeking 3 Senior Residential Support Workers on behalf of an Outstanding SEN education/care provider in the Waterside area of Southampton. The roles are on a full-time, permanent basis offering an annual salary of between £20,000-£25,000. The organisation looks after children/young people between the ages of 8-25 years with special needs including ADHD, ASD, SLD, MLD aswell as other psychological disorders. As this is a Senior Support Worker role you will need to have at least 2 years experience in an SEN or care environment and a Level 3 Diploma in childcare or be working towards this qualification. The role will involve working shifts covering week days, evenings including weekend shifts and there may be some sleep-in duties. You will be required to work across a number of homes within the organisation, mostly registered children homes but may also include accommodation for outreach projects. Due to this, you must have a clear driving licence as you will be required to drive personal and company vehicles from various sites Responsibilities: Ensure all reasonable care is taken to safeguard young people and staff Support and assist the registered managers Present yourself as a positive role model and promote good relationships with students and staff Be responsible for the basic care of the children/young people within the living group in matters of personal hygiene and appearance Maintain day to day running and upkeep including cleaning, shopping and cooking Have a comprehensive knowledge of all policies and procedures in regards to safeguarding You must be warm, engaging and encourage their social, emotional and educational development Be compliant in attending any training needed Ensure staff are suitably qualified, skilled and experienced when recruiting and keep on top of new staff probations Communicate with all staff and students effectively to ensure the smooth running of the home Ensure the well-being of all children and young people is the main part of all decision making Carry out effective hand overs and debriefs to staff To apply, please send your CV using the link provided
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Children's Safeguarding Social Worker Connect2Socialwork are currently looking for locum Safeguarding Social Workers on behalf of the London Borough of Waltham Forest. You must have experience of court work/permanency planning and working with Looked After Children. Candidates will ideally have: Have at least 2 years' experience of working as a social worker in a similar children's' team. Social Work England registration Be self-motivated and able to use own initiative Be able to work under pressure and in stressful and challenging situations Be able to demonstrate sensitivity, vigilance and professionalism in their work Have a can-do attitude and flexible approach Eligible to work in the UKBenefits of working for Connect2Staff: Free DBS and compliance service Access to a wide range of roles nationwide, as well as exclusive roles to C2S Your own dedicated consultant with extensive knowledge Reward schemes such as Refer a Friend Prompt and reliable payroll system Work for an agency owned by Kent County Council About Connect2Socialwork Connect2Socialwork is wholly owned by Kent County Council. In addition to our links with KCC, we can provide available work with the majority of the local authorities nationwide. Our commitment to you is we will work proactively and tirelessly to market you until we find you that perfect role. All posts are subject to satisfactory DBS check and references. If interested in this role or any other, please contact Sian Homer on (phone number removed) or email a CV to .Connect2Staff/Connect2Kent, part of Commercial Services Trading/Kent Ltd, is an equal opportunities Employment Agency & Business and positively encourages applications from all suitably qualified and eligible candidates
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We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Newly Qualified Occupational Therapist to join a well-structured and dynamic team in Cardiff. The client offers a full time contract with an opportunity to work one day from home, a fair and manageable caseload and further training in your portfolio. The vacancy will be for an initial 3 - 6 months with potential for extension. Main Duties for the Newly Occupational Therapist includes; Assessment of service users and carers with complex needs in relation to home environment Providing expert advice, and assessments for equipment and home modifications Adaptations, moving and handling assessments and reducing or minimising the need for care packages. An awareness of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people, plus an understanding of \n the importance of dignity & respect when dealing with people. To Be Successful; Previous experience working as an Newly Qualified Occupational Therapist in the community Manual handling experience Major adaptation experience HCPC Registration Enhanced DBS/CRB (we can obtain for you) Eligibility to work in the UK Occupational Therapist QualificationBenefits of Working at Cardiff Council Cardiff offers the opportunity for additional training for both perm and temporary members of staff within the authority. With new projects underway in various teams, they offer a very competitive rate of pay. Also free onsite parking is offered to all staff. Why Join Our Agency? With over 10 years' experience recruiting directly into social care, Ackerman Pierce prides itself on the unique services we deliver to our candidates. Each candidate is assigned their own personal consultant who will support them through every placement. We also offer a DBS and a quick and easy registration process. Not forgetting a guaranteed payment into your account every week To discuss this Newly Qualified Occupational Therapist vacancy, or any similar roles we have available, please contact Gavin Wright or email us your updated CV today! INDOT
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  • £8.25 - £9.50/hour
We are looking for people to work in a challenging variety of environments supporting children and young adults. They are rural clients, so drivers are preferred as buses in East Sussex are not the best are they? :) A SUPPORT WORKER CAN HELP PEOPLE HAVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE helping with promoting independence, every day activities, medication, personal care. At Carestaff Bureau, we pride ourselves on being a friendly, supportive, local healthcare agency, with a great client base and a family run atmosphere! WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU - FLEXIBLE HOURS to suit your needs; - WEEKLY PAY – accurate, reliable and on time; - BETTER PAY on weekends, nights and bank holidays; - HOLIDAY PAY, for when you need to take a break; - REIMBURSEMENT of travel costs; - FREE TRAINING and Professional Development; - FREE STAFF UNIFORM; - PRIVATE PENSION scheme; - OUT OF HOURS ON-CALL TEAM, for you to check in with; WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR We are looking for YOU. An enthusiastic individual with the drive to care for others. NEXT STEPS If you have any questions at all, our friendly team (Jon, Kayla and Jo) are available to speak any time between 8.30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday on (phone number removed) or by email at (url removed). We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and look forward to hearing from you. Skills Required Full training provided
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  • £8.25 - £9.50/hour
A SUPPORT WORKER CHANGES OTHERS LIVES EVERY MINUTE OF THE DAY. A SUPPORT WORKER CAN HELP PEOPLE HAVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE helping with promoting independence, every day activities, medication, personal care. A SUPPORT WORKER FROM CARESTAFF BUREAU doesn’t need to be part of the biggest care agency. THEY JUST WANT TO BE PART OF THE BEST ONE. At Carestaff Bureau, we pride ourselves on being a friendly, supportive, local healthcare agency, with a great client base and a family run atmosphere! We provide support workers and staff to a variety of environments including elderly care homes, mental health organisations and both child and adult supported living services. WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU - FLEXIBLE HOURS to suit your needs; - WEEKLY PAY – accurate, reliable and on time; - BETTER PAY on weekends, nights and bank holidays; - HOLIDAY PAY, for when you need to take a break; - REIMBURSEMENT of travel costs; - FREE TRAINING and Professional Development; - FREE STAFF UNIFORM; - PRIVATE PENSION scheme; - OUT OF HOURS ON-CALL TEAM, for you to check in with; WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR We are looking for YOU. An enthusiastic individual with the drive to care for others. NEXT STEPS If you have any questions at all, our friendly team (Jon, Kayla and Jo) are available to speak any time between 8.30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday on (phone number removed) or by email at (url removed). We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and look forward to hearing from you
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  • £8.25 - £9.50/hour
A SUPPORT WORKER CHANGES OTHERS LIVES EVERY MINUTE OF THE DAY. A SUPPORT WORKER CAN HELP PEOPLE HAVE A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE helping with promoting independence, every day activities, medication, personal care. A SUPPORT WORKER FROM CARESTAFF BUREAU doesn’t need to be part of the biggest care agency. THEY JUST WANT TO BE PART OF THE BEST ONE. At Carestaff Bureau, we pride ourselves on being a friendly, supportive, local healthcare agency, with a great client base and a family run atmosphere! We provide support workers and staff to a variety of environments including elderly care homes, mental health organisations and both child and adult supported living services. WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU - FLEXIBLE HOURS to suit your needs; - WEEKLY PAY – accurate, reliable and on time; - BETTER PAY on weekends, nights and bank holidays; - HOLIDAY PAY, for when you need to take a break; - REIMBURSEMENT of travel costs; - FREE TRAINING and Professional Development; - FREE STAFF UNIFORM; - PRIVATE PENSION scheme; - OUT OF HOURS ON-CALL TEAM, for you to check in with; WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR We are looking for YOU. An enthusiastic individual with the drive to care for others. NEXT STEPS If you have any questions at all, our friendly team (Jon, Kayla and Jo) are available to speak any time between 8.30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday on (phone number removed) or by email at (url removed). We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds and look forward to hearing from you
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