Senior support worker

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Job type
Perm
Town/City
Southall
County
Greater London
Salary/Rate
£28600 - £30680 per annum
Sector
Social Care
Job ref
Senior support c2c
Post Date
03.06.24
Job Title: Senior Support Worker
Salary: Up to £30,500
Location: Southall, Uxbridge, UB13

Our client already holds a huge presence in the children's residential care sector and is rapidly growing, specialising in children with complex support needs such as autism, challenging behaviour, EBD and learning difficulties. 

Does this sound like something you would be proud to be a part of?
 
Good news! My client is looking for a Senior Support Worker to join the team - We would love to speak with you, there's no harm in a phone call!
  • Up to £30,500)
  • Located in Southall,Greater London
  • Senior Support Worker will work with management for best interest of children and young people supported with EBD 
  • Senior Support Worker benefits inclusive of but not limited to: 
Learning development academy (Access to training/development courses)
Education grants & study leave
Leadership academy (Clear progression structures and goal setting to stay on track for management progression) 
- Access to medical scheme
Mental Wellbeing day (one per year) 
Paid sick leave (3 days per year increasing by 2 days per year of service) 
- Local Gym membership 
4 company social events per year and team building days 
- Opportunity for career progression due to rapidly growing organisation
- 28 days holiday entitlement
- DBS check
- Pension


If you meet the below criteria and are keen to discuss this role further then please do not wait any longer - Apply to our Senior Support Worker position! 
  • Minimum Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social Care  (Essential)
  • Previous experience at Senior Support Worker Level (Essential) 
  • Must have worked with children/young people who are supported with emotional and behavioural needs (Essential)
For further information about our Senior Support Worker position please apply now.
Recruiting this role:
Samuel Stone
Samuel Stone