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Residential Childrens Worker - Oxford

Salary: £21,000.00 - £24,000.00 per annum

Residential Childrens Worker

Oxfordshire based

£21,000- £24,000 per annum plus 26 weeks off a year !

Fantastic training opportunities.

Amazing opportunity to work for a fantastic organisation that provides the highest standards of care to their young residents.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a well known, growing organisation that really pushes to provide the very best care for their young residents. To do so this organisation offer numerous training courses, QCF training and then leading on to a therapeutic diploma to ensure all staff are equipped and confident in their roles. This role also works out to have 26 weeks a year off.

This Residential Childrens Worker role will be based at one of the organisations homes in the Oxfordshire area, each of these homes supports a group of looked after young people. Staff will be required to bond with the young people, familiarise themselves with each young persons individual needs and the best way to support the emotional and behavioural needs of the young person. Engage with the residents on activities, ensure their safety and well being, write reports and implicate care plans.

A suitable candidate for this Residential Childrens Worker role will have a passion for supporting looked after children, must be a driver, looking for full time position. This organisation are happy to take on and train candidates who don't have experience in a similar role providing they are passionate about supporting vulnerable young people. Experience in this role is preferred.

To apply or for more information please email a CV to or call 01865 727751.

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Closing Date: 29/10/2020
Contract Type: Permanent
Ref: CC-46298-6I4
Location: Oxford, Oxfordshire
Tags: Residential Childrens Worker, youth worker, young people, mental health, look after childre, social care

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