Academics are recruiting for Support Workers to join a residential home adjoined to a special needs school in Lymington. They have full-time, part-time and night shifts available so whatever your availability, please get in touch.
Once you pass your probationary period, all employees receive a £500 bonus!
This would suit a Support Worker with experience of working in either a care or special needs environment, but not essential as all training is provided.
Aswell as various shifts, they also offer term time contracts (38 weeks a year) or full-time, 52 weeks a year as the residential home is open in the school holidays. This is ideal for parents who want to spend the holidays with their own children.
Shift patterns from from 7/7.30am-3/3.30pm - 3.30/4-10/11pm, night shifts - waking nights and sleep ins. Shifts range from Monday-Sunday.
The role of a Support Worker involves enabling young people to develop and make progress by providing physical, emotional and nurturing support. The position involves working as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that makes the health, safety, care and welfare of young people a priority.
To be a successful Support Worker you will be a strong team player, confident and motivated and well organised. Patience and commitment are essential, but above all you’ll be someone with a genuine desire to help others.
If this have experience of working as a Support Worker, Residential Support Worker or Care Assistant and you would like to apply for the position of Support Worker in a Children's home, please apply using the link provided.
As part of the vetting checks to clear you for work, you must either have a Child Workforce related DBS which is registered to the DBS Update Service, or be prepared to pay for a new one at the cost of £50.60.