Are you looking for a rewarding career supporting vulnerable young people to unlock their full potential? Could you act as a positive role model, offering structure, encouragement and emotional support to help residents develop key life skills to move towards independent living? Do you believe the role of a Support Worker is more than just meeting basic needs? If you are a creative problem solver who is resilient, compassionate and empathetic, you may be the exceptional individual we are looking for. Get in touch with our team today to find out how you can make a difference.
Our facilities and services are run by highly qualified professionals with years of experience of working with young people. We have a thorough comprehensive recruitment and selection process as well as a tailored, training and development programme. The process includes enhanced DBS disclosure, satisfactory references and successful completion of your initial training programme.
In return we offer competitive pay and benefits, the opportunity to grow and develop within the organisation and the satisfaction of knowing that you are helping young people to become the best that they can be.
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Salary circa £38k pa (pro-rata). Home-based, covering South London, West Sussex and Surrey.
Are you looking for a rewarding career supporting a dedicated team to find nurturing homes for children in need of fostering or adoption?
Our progressive charity is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and dedicated registered (HCPC) Social Worker to manage our small team of Fostering and Adoption Social Workers.
Are you organised with meticulous attention to detail and flexible in your approach? Do you have an unwavering commitment to safeguarding and always put the needs of the child first?
If so, you could be the exceptional individual we need. Get in touch with our team today to find out how you can transform the lives of vulnerable children.
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We are looking for exceptional Registered Nurses to join the clinical team supporting the development and delivery of high quality nursing care. The successful candidates will be able to provide evidence that they can work effectively in a multi-disciplinary team offering support and leadership to care staff as required. We currently have the following opportunities:
- Night shifts: 4 nights (48 hours) per week including weekends - £41,184 pa – will consider job share/part-time contract
- Day shifts: Full-time and part-time on a 12 hour rotational shift pattern – FTE £34,944 pa (based on average 42 hours pw).
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Edensor Care Centre is an award-winning residential home for adults– with a difference. Everyone is given the opportunity to live life to the full in our warm and caring home, no matter what their circumstances.
We look after people with a variety of needs, offering nursing, residential and dementia care and our professional team encourage all residents to retain their own independence as much as possible.
We currently have full-time vacancies working an average of 38.5 hours per week on a 12-hour shift pattern of 4 on, 4 off. We operate a 24/7 service so applicants must be willing to work both days and nights. We may consider applicants for part-time or casual hours, dependent on operational needs.
This role involves the care of both male and female residents. As such our workforce needs to be gender balanced and our recruitment decisions will reflect this. Our residents are predominantly female at present and we therefore positively welcome applications from suitable female candidates.
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Home-based role, £400 pw expenses payment, plus paid respite cover
Short term, long-term and respite opportunities available.
Diagrama Fostering is urgently seeking new foster carers. There are around 70,000 children in care in the UK at the moment and we need to find new carers to help meet current demand for placements. For further information on our service and how to become a foster carer please visit our dedicated Diagrama Fostering website.