Bank Specialist Support Worker
Bank Specialist Support Worker - DurhamA driving licence and access to a vehicle is required for this roleExperience is desirableThis is a Bank position onlyDo you want to support young people’s learning and personal development?Do you want to make a difference in young people’s lives?Would you like to work with our innovative team that values honesty, commitment, flexibility, integrity, and a great sense of humour?Apply now if you want to make a difference. The RoleNational Care Employer of the Year is looking for specialist support bank workers to join the team in a specialist transitions project in the County Durham area.As a Specialist Support Worker, you will provide additional supervision and support to help young people live their lives safely and help them to acquire essential life skills i.e., understanding benefits, budgeting, cooking, and accessing education or training.Hourly Rate £12.18 per hour plus £50 per sleep.Shift informationSupport Worker bank shifts include, waking nights, evenings, weekends, Bank Holidays, and sleepovers.
Flexibility is required due to the nature of the job.
Sleep-in allowance is paid. Information regarding ROC GroupWe are an inclusive Company with a focus on safeguarding and learning and development.
We like to recognise a job well done, for example, through our in-house ‘Tell on your Team’ recognition system.The Transitions team is a small team and due to the growth of the service, requires the addition of a bank Support Worker to assist them.
We value honesty, commitment, flexibility, integrity, and a great sense of humour!ROC Transitions is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children and its service users and expects the team to share this commitment.
This position is subject to satisfactory references, pre-employment checks and a clear enhanced DBS disclosure.Essential Requirements:A minimum of a Level 3 qualification in Health & Social Care (Children) or equivalent (or willingness to work towards)A driving licence and access to a vehiclePrevious experience of working with: Children, 16-18 years old; youth offending; care leavers; substance/alcohol misuse or applicable life experience.Candidates must be committed to the role and flexible as will be required to work shifts including evenings, weekends and some nights as part of a rota. Benefits:Enhanced DBS check paid for by the company.Healthcare PlanExcellent learning and development opportunitiesRefer a friend bonus scheme.Profit share schemeRecognition schemeAward-winning company culture So – if you are an experienced support worker, have applicable life experience, or someone currently working with children and looking for a change in career apply now or call 0330 335 8997.