Senior Support Worker
Networx / Shop sales assistants / Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire
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Do you want to support children with a Learning Disability to live the life they want? Then come and work somewhere truly special! You need experience to work as a Senior Support Worker at MacIntyre Children's Home in Wingrave. It is an important role, leading by best practice and mentoring staff on shift to be excellent practitioners. You will support the house manager with developing rotas, and deputise for them in their absence. You'll work with the staff team, carrying out supervisions, mentoring them and identifying training opportunities, whether formal or informal. This is a great step for any experienced practitioner looking to develop. We invest in our staff, and would love for you to come and build your career with us. MacIntyre is a leading national charity and our core belief is that everyone has potential, something to offer and a valuable contribution to make to their community. A couple of things you need to know: Shift patterns include days, evenings, nights and weekends You must be a driver with a manual licence in order to drive people's vehicles. Pay and Rewards MacIntyre offers a full induction and ongoing training, including the opportunity to gain nationally accredited vocational qualifications. We also offer a range of benefits which include: Generous annual leave allowance of 33 days including statutory public holidays, rising with service to a maximum of 38 days after five years. Free training Workplace pension scheme Employee Assistance scheme to support your health and wellbeing MacIntyre Staff Savings Scheme Salaries are dependent on successful completion of a probation period. We pay £35 per sleep-in. The closing date for this position is: Wednesday 25 October 2017 Interviews will be scheduled swiftly with shortlisted candidates. Safer Recruitment MacIntyre is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. This post will require an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, together with all other relevant recruitment and right to work checks. Where relevant, candidates from outside the EU will need to produce a biometric residency permit. Additionally, any successful candidate who has spent six months of more outside the UK (as an adult) within the last five years will need to obtain an overseas police check.

Publication date
2017-10-10

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