A Special Place to Work
We don’t run ordinary children’s homes. We don’t run ordinary residential special schools. We want extraordinary people to work for us. Do you want the challenge and the privilege of being the positive turning point in a child’s life? We are seeking inspirational adults who are in harmony with our view of learning as a life long issue, who believe in the capacity of children to learn and grow despite their life circumstances, who see learning in its widest sense and can be creative, innovative and think outside the box in order to re-awaken excitement and enthusiasm in children. We want high quality professionals who would bring creative approaches to helping children reconnect with learning and manage their behaviour and are committed to excellence in personalisation. We require people who can connect with our “no limits” philosophy and share our passion, vision and belief about rescuing children and their families. Although the roles use conventional labels we are one integrated team.
RESIDENTIAL CARE WORKERS at Avocet House and Turnstone House
Salary £15,807 up to £17,772 per annum depending on experience and qualifications, (plus sleeping in payments as per rota).
We are seeking appropriate candidates to join our care teams. It is always worth a conversation with us if you are unsure whether this work is for you, or to get more information to help to make your decision.
Are you seeking a new and exciting challenge, with possible promotion leading to management roles for those who have aspiration and ability, or are you seeking to start a career in residential child care?
Many of our care team have started their career in residential care with us, achieving promotion within our structures.
You don’t need to have any care qualifications to apply for residential care worker positions, you just need to have what it takes. Staff complete a Level 3 Diploma in residential childcare within two years of employment.
Interviews will be held on Wednesday 17thMay 2018.
Closing date: 08 May 2018
Recruitment packs can be requested via our Contact Us page.
SES is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Appointments are dependent on a satisfactory enhanced DBS disclosure.
Informal discussion concerning any post is welcomed by telephoning 01508 549320 (for the Principal at Avocet House) or 01508 517000 (for the Principal at Turnstone House).