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Residential Support Worker

Residential Support Worker

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  • Sector:

    Social Care & Housing, Residential Support Services, Youth Work

  • Contract type:


  • Salary:

    £22.5k - 22.6k per year

  • Contact:

    Health Social Care Team

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    0207 198 6080

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  • Published:

    over 4 years ago

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An initial 3 month fixed-term contract Children's Residential Project Worker job for a leading charity in East London. Paying over £22.5k per annum (pro-rota).


Your new Charity

A market-leading Charity renowned for their innovative, life changing support and services to children & young people across the UK.

The Charity are well established and pride themselves on their standards of service to the service users as well as their employees.

Due to team growth, they are looking for a Residential Support Worker to join their service in East London.

Your new Support Worker role

As the Residential Support Worker, you will provide frontline support and guidance to the children & young people who live in the service and have learning disabilities.

You will be an inspiring and passionate Support Worker with a love to help children and young people to achieve an independent life and achieve their dreams.

Your duties will include key working, developing and maintaining agreed support plans, short breaks and days out, teaching life skills and day to day personal care where necessary.


What you will get in return

You will be joining an established team and charity with rewarding experience from the offset helping vulnerable children/young people grow and develop.

You will be offered an initial 3 month fixed-term contract and a salary of over £22,500 per annum (pro-rota) and other internal perks such as excellent internal training, auto enrollment pension scheme and a brilliant annual leave allowance.


What you will need to succeed

You will have a true passion and dedication to supporting individuals and contributing to their quality of life & independence.

You will hold demonstrable experience supporting children & young people with learning disabilities in a residential setting.

An NVQ Level 3 Caring for Children & Young People (or equivalent!) is required for this role, alongside an enhanced DBS check. If you currently hold an enhanced DBS on The Update Service, this is beneficial to your application.


What to do now

To apply, please email me with your CV on If you would like some further info via phone please call me on 0207 198 6080 and ask for Kirsty Pickering. If I’m not available when you call please leave me a message or email me and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks!

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