Location: Glossop Support Worker – Children & Young People Residential Service Salary: 25,000 – 31,000 per annum depending on experience Hours: 40 per week (9-5 OR 8-4) plus shared on call Do you share our passion for: improving the lives of young people; providing them with the best possible experiences while with us; and giving them the greatest opportunities to thrive when they leave the safety of our care? Do you want to learn, grow and progress with a company that is committed to doing its best, for children, young people and its staff? Our client is interested in talking to experienced individuals looking for a move within the sector, as well as people considering a career change, even if you think you lack the necessary qualifications! They have a number of full-time roles available for Support Workers and Senior Support Workers to join their teams based in beautiful homes in an idyllic Peak District setting. In return they offer: * A minimum of 28 days’ holiday * Fully-funded NVQs and apprenticeships * Company Pension * Loyalty and referral bonuses, from 50 – 500 * Employee perks and discounts * Health and wellbeing benefits Key aspects of children’s residential care work: * Ensuring each young person is cared for effectively, addressing their care, education, social, emotional, cultural, therapeutic and health needs * Exercising appropriate control over children and young people at all times, maintaining a safe environment * Working in partnership with parents, families, carers and other professionals to advocate for, safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people * Maintaining the highest levels of confidentiality * Covering various shifts including early mornings, late evenings and sleep-ins, on weekdays, weekends and Bank Holidays, within the Homes and on residential trips * Promoting an organisational culture which values every team member’s contribution and is intolerant of discrimination in any form Our client: Established in 1997 and based in the High Peak, our client is an outstanding independent provider of high-quality residential care and on-site education for children and young people from throughout the United Kingdom and, occasionally, abroad. Residents, aged between 11 and 17 years, are dealing with a wide range of complex and challenging needs resulting from social, emotional and behavioural difficulties in their formative years. They pride ourselves on being nurturing and supportive, and on using innovative strategies to engage young people so that they can overcome early disadvantages and achieve genuine equality of opportunity in later life. If you think you’ve got what it takes and would like to find out more, please click ‘Apply’ now.