About the Role
About the role
Level 3 Diploma in Social Care, Children and Young Peoples workforce is essential for our STCW role.
We offer a strong salary of £31,214 which includes some sleep ins and weekends on a rota pattern. Additional benefits include pension, a company sick pay scheme, childcare support, and we currently offer fuel and inflation subsidies to help with the recent cost of living increases.
Seniors take on a supervisory role and run shifts, supporting the house management and guiding the support workers. They take an active role in providing the children with emotional, social and behavioural support in order to achieve their goals and help them overcome the traumas they have suffered.
Guided by the Registered Manager work you will proactively work with and direct the team within the daily routine and agreed structures of the house, to include day to day parenting responsibilities.
A kind and caring disposition, an emotionally robust person with safeguarding at the heart of your work style.
Strong on paperwork and procedural documentation, to include staff supervisions.
Exhibit leadership skills and assist the company with developing less experienced staff to their full potential.
Actively contribute to the provision of quality care, within which the health, welfare, education and development of young people is promoted.
The ability to help our children and young people learn social and interpersonal skills, develop a positive sense of self and build their self-esteem and confidence..
Ability to work closely with the Management team and represent the needs of the organisation.
Knowledge of CQC expected practice. To work in collaboration with the team to ensure that the home meet all regulatory and statutory requirements.
Creative ? Sporty ? Academic or Tech skills ? There are many qualities that will help our young people enjoy a better quality of life, and learn how to better interact in social and extra curricular situations. What unique skill can you bring to the party ?
You must have a valid manual driving licence in order to be insured to drive company vehicles.
We want to hear from candidates that meet our criteria, and a commitment and passion for working with young people. Our organisation is fairly small, and we have a family identity. If this sounds like the career move you want to make, please send your CV immediately. We will be interviewing at the earliest opportunity.
Qualified level 3 diploma children + young people workforce
You must hold a full driving licence as you will be expected to transport the children in company cars
You must successfully apply for an enhanced DBS certificate, and register with the update service, which the company will fund
You should be local to Gloucestershire or Worcestershire/Gloucestershire borders. GL19/GL2 and WR13, and happy to commute. * We currently subside travel costs.
Our benefits include
·Starting entitlement 31 days of paid annual leave Year 1 (inclusive of bank holidays)
·Subsidised travel costs
·Subsidy for cost of living/inflation
·Vocational qualifications and training, funded by the company
·Annual pay reviews and progressive pay as your skills develop
·Enrolment into the company Pension scheme
·Occupational company sick pay scheme
·Enhanced DBS check, paid for by the company
·Generous contribution to early years registered childcare costs
·Referral scheme, earn a £1,000 bonus by introducing suitable people to work at Genesis.
·Entry level £10.55 ph - £11.20 ph
·Qualified £12.79 ph
·Senior £14.29 ph
·Waking Nights £14.47 - £14.86 ph
(dependant on unit)