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Residential Worker in Ealing

Job description

Do you believe that every child should be able to maximise their opportunities in life?

Are you the kind of person willing to go that extra mile to ensure the highest quality of care?

Help make an everyday breakthrough happen by joining our team.

A breakthrough can seem like the smallest thing, but it can make the world of difference to someone on the autism spectrum. By becoming a support worker at this school you'll help make everyday breakthroughs happen more often.

You'll be working with autistic children in a residential support environment. The Children's Home cares for autistic children and young adults aged 12-19. Each young person we have the privilege to work with has their own personalities and enjoys different activities. Their accomplishments range from cooking to playing sports and making music, and are assisted with being able to fulfil day to day activities within a domestic setting.

The Requirements:

Being a support worker takes bravery, patience and commitment. But working with autistic people gives so much more in return. We need you to be resilient, supportive and sensitive towards the needs of autistic people. Your working pattern will be varied over a seven day rota and could include working nights and bank holidays.

The Benefits:

Along with a host of benefits - from shopping discounts to flexible working and a competitive pension scheme - we'll make sure you get excellent autism-specific training to further your career in social care.

We offer an outstanding induction and comprehensive, ongoing learning and development programme. You will personally be supported through professional supervision, appraisal and coaching and mentoring to continually achieve and progress in your career.

You may have a personal connection, a desire to work with or real life experiences working with autistic people. You might not have lots of experience yet, but if you share our values and are willing to make a difference to the lives of autistic people, we'd love to hear from you.

Please call the West London SEN Branch on 02075933074

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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