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Residential Support Worker
  • Employer: St Helens Borough Council
  • Reference: SS853
  • Published: Wed 30/11/2022, 15:58 PM
  • Closing on: Wed 14/12/2022, 23:55 PM
  • Working Pattern: Part Time
  • Hours: 18.5 hours per week
  • Salary: From £12,939 per annum to £14,185.50 per annum
  • DBS Check: Enhanced
  • Location: St Helens Metropolitan Council, Merseyside

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Residential Support Worker

We Are St Helens Borough Council

Located in the heart of the Northwest close to Liverpool, Manchester and Lancashire, St Helens is a transformational Council which is passionate and ambitious for the communities we support. We provide a wide range of local authority services to the residents, businesses, schools, and visitors to the borough. We can only do this because of our highly valued, highly skilled workforce.

Working together, our workplace vision and values guide our organisation, and the contribution of our workforce is key to our culture journey. Employees with us receive a wide range of benefits including well-being in work, financial benefits, ways of working and learning and development support.

Abbeyford short breaks is rated outstanding with Ofsted and is seeking to appoint a part time Residential Support Worker.

Abbeyford provides short breaks to children and young people (age 7-18) with learning disabilities, who also have health or behavioural needs.

The service is committed to providing a high standard of care to all children and young people who attend. We promote a positive environment in which their social, emotional, physical and educational needs are met.

The successful candidate will be required to work a shift pattern including evenings, weekends, bank holidays and also undertake sleep ins and waking nights, for which an additional allowance is payable. You must have knowledge of child development and be able to identify and respond to young people's needs. You must be available at short notice to work and also have two years' experience supporting children or young people with learning disabilities.

You will receive regular supervision and support, including in-house training opportunities.

The Authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.

This post is subject to enhanced DBS disclosure.

If you require any further information regarding this role, please do not hesitate to contact Paul Spencer - Registered Manager on 01744 677277.

Equality & Diversity
St Helens Council respects and values the individuality that every employee brings. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds, who share our values, our commitment to inclusion, and who will help us on our journey to transform our organisation. Further information about Equality & Diversity at St Helens Council can be found here https://www.sthelens.gov.uk/equality
St Helens Council is a Disability Confident Employer. Disability Confident Employers lead the way in helping to take action that changes attitudes, behaviours, and cultures for the better.

NOLAN Principles of Conduct in Public Life.
All Council employees are required to abide by the ethical standards embodied by the 7 Nolan Principles: Selflessness, Integrity, Objectivity, Accountability, Openness, Honesty, and Leadership.