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Residential Childrens Worker -

Salary: £12.00 - £14.50 per hour

We are looking for a team of Children Support Workers in the Oxford area to go into a Residential Children's Home and caring and uplifting attitude.

Experience isn't always needed as long as you've got the right ready to learn right attitude, you're ready to get into the training and come the best Support Worker for the children. Ware looking for people who celebrate differences, and we strive to make all our staff feel included, valued and respected.


The daily tasks within this home are getting the children up and ready for school in the morning and helping out with breakfast time.

The children go to school in the day unless its the school holidays!

Once the children return home from school you will need to help them get settled back in to there evening routine of getting out of school clothes with assistance around bathing. Creating and setting up new and exciting activities for the evening along with setting up dinner time and assisting if needed.

There is always a possibility of giving great ideas for trips that the children can go out and do to help develop life skills.

Within any sort of support work with children or adults there will always be care plans in place for managing behaviours and you will need to help write reports with what has happened through your shift.

We are looking as an agency for someone who can work adhok, part time or full time shifts. The client is very flexible with what hours you can do as long as they are reasonable!

There is also a chance of a permanent job at the property if you realise its the place you love !!!!

Please just call the office on 01865727751 to have a chat with a consultant to talk about the amazing new roles we have this year or email

apply -

we look forward to hearing from you!


Closing Date: 21/04/2021
Contract Type: Temporary
Ref: CC-48308-SMK
Location: , Oxfordshire
Tags: childrens Support Worker, Mental health, learning disabilities, autism, care, children, Support Worker, young people

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