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Title Senior Child Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary 21k – 25k
Location Newark
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require two qualified Senior Children’s Residential Practitioner to work directly under the Home Manager within an up and running new residential project on the outskirts of Newark.

You will be working with young people  aged between 13 and 17 with challenging behaviour and complex such as autism, eating disorders, sexualised behaviour, self-harm, aggressive personality and addiction, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people or complex needs. Candidates must be confident, self-aware, interactive and knowledgeable of the reasons why young people are in care and understand the challenges faced on a regular basis when working within a children’s residential or secure setting.

We are looking for ambitious individuals who have aspirations to manager in the future.

A driving license is required for this position as you will be required to drive the on-site vehicle to take the service users to social activities and family contacts. An enhanced DBS must be obtained which is paid by the employer unless you are registered on the government’s on-line status checks.

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

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Title Deputy Child Home Manager
Categories Deputy Manager
Salary £22k – £26k
Location Doddington
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Our client require a Deputy home Manager for a brand new unit in Doddington in Norfolk. Candidates must have extensive experience working within a children’s home and have level 3 or 4 in (Caring for Children & Young People). The Deputy is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual’s emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards. You will assist in the establishing and maintaining a competent, motivated and confident staff team along with leading, guiding and supporting staff under your grade.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies. As a Deputy you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Review and ensure care plans are upto date

-          Work with parents, staff and other professionals

-          Ensure standards are met

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Involvement in recruitment and retention of staff

-          Manage others

-          Support in rota creation

-          Undertake staff inductions

-          Take on-call responsibilities

-          Assist home manager when required

-          Attend disciplinary hearings

-          Budget

-          Ensure vehicles are maintained

-          Ensure bills are paid

-          Monitor recording systems

-          Administer medication

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer.

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Title Children’s Residential Worker
Categories Children’s Residential Carer
Salary 14k – 17k
Location Walton
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are recruiting for a complete residential team for a new six bedroom unit just outside Walton between Kings Lynn and Norwich, we are recruiting for a Home Manager, three Seniors, five Qualified Children’s Residential Support Workers and four Unqualified Support Workers.

You will be working within a specialist female unit that supports young people aged between 13 and 17 with challenging behaviour and complex such as autism, eating disorders, sexualised behaviour, self-harm, aggressive personality and addiction, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people and complex needs. Candidates must be confident, self-aware, interactive and knowledgeable of the reasons why young people are in care and understand the challenges faced on a regular basis when working within a children’s residential setting.

We are looking for ambitious individuals who have aspirations to succeed within this role and make a positive impact on a young person’s life both short-term and long-term.

A driving license is required for this position as you will be required to drive the on-site vehicle to take the service users to social activities and family contacts. An enhanced DBS must be obtained which is paid by the employer unless you are registered on the government’s on-line status checks.

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent) or have experience working with young people or challenging behaviour and complex needs.

Candidates must be an age of 21 minimum to work within this unit because of the age of the young people within our clients home due to the nature of the role and the sector so therefore these positions are exempt from the employment equality (age) regulation set out in 2006.

The Shift patterns for this unit is 12x 24 hour shifts over four weeks (8am – 11pm + sleep)

Successful candidates will be required to undertake a detailed induction programme and obtain an updated DBS at a cost of £45 (unless registered on the new on-line status check system). DBS payment is refunded after successful 3 month probation is completed.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.50ph – 9ph
Location Oldham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care supply to children’s residential settings all over the UK, our teams are a strong mix of qualified, experienced and inducted residential support workers.  We are looking to build a new team in Oldham which will consist of 20 Temporary Residential Support Workers that will cover homes in Manchester, Oldham, Stockport, Wigan and Buxton.

Fulbridge Social Care’s residential child workers are primarily used in our client’s homes to provide interaction, guidance, support, and encouragement to individuals in a variety of settings including classroom, home and off – site activities. The position involves enabling young people to develop by providing physical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of the young people first.

Temporary can be utilised as an additional income, weekend job or for many of our team, can be used to obtain full-time hours with good availability.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified child workers along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is advantages for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care unless you have subscribed to the new DBS on-line status checks.

Candidates will also have to successfully complete one of our free induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV to zoe@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk

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Title Residential Support Worker
Categories Casual Residential Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Great Yarmouth
Job Type casual
Job Information

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential within numerous children’s homes in Great Yarmouth and surrounding areas.

You will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns – Saturday & Sunday

-          8am - 11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

-          10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee and complete one of Fulbridge Social Care’s inductions prior to any placement.

 

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Title Weekend Support Worker
Categories Weekend Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential within numerous children’s homes in Peterborough and surrounding areas during weekends.

You will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns – Saturday & Sunday

-          8am - 11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

-          10pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee and complete one of Fulbridge Social Care’s inductions prior to any placement.

 

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £6.75ph – £8.25ph
Location Hull
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Hull.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Waking Support Worker
Categories Waking Night Practitioner
Salary £8.25ph – £9ph
Location Aylesbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Waking Night Support Worker required to work in a Children’s Residential unit in Aylesbury, you will be supporting young people with different elements of challenging behaviour within a residential care setting during a night. This role involves providing psychological, emotional and social support to young people and monitoring behaviour patterns.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of children and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Monitor behaviour of young people

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Administer medication

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -         Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car when required

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee and complete a detailed training induction.

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Title Casual Residential Worker
Categories Casual Residential Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £10ph
Location Holbeach
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Holbeach & Spalding.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Weekend Support Worker
Categories Weekend Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Wisbech
Job Type casual
Job Information

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential within numerous children’s homes in Wisbech and surrounding areas during weekends.

This position will ideally suit individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time or looking for an additional income.

You will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns – Saturday & Sunday

-          8am - 11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

-          10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee and complete one of Fulbridge Social Care’s inductions prior to any placement.

 

Apply Now


Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Lowestoft
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Lowestoft.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

Apply Now


Title Waking Night Worker
Categories Waking Night Practitioner
Salary £8.25ph
Location Northampton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Waking Night Support Worker required to work in numerous Children’s Residential units in Northampton, you will be supporting young people with different elements of challenging behaviour within a residential care setting during a night. This role involves providing psychological, emotional and social support to young people and monitoring behaviour patterns.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of children and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Monitor behaviour of young people

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Administer medication

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -         Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car when required

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee and complete a detailed training induction

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Title Bank Support Worker
Categories Bank Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Wakefield
Job Type casual
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a number of units in and around Wakefield, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer.

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Title Adhoc Residential Worker
Categories Casual Residential Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within children’s homes in Peterborough and surrounding areas, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Numerous shift patterns available including:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

-          Waking Nights

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by candidate.

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Title Weekend Casual Worker
Categories Weekend Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Manchester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Weekend Casual Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Manchester, Stockport and Buxton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our weekend team then please forward an updated CV.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £14000 – £16000
Location Ipswich
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Ipswich, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer.

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Title CAA Support Worker
Categories CAA Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Manchester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are currently recruiting for CAA Support Workers on a casual basis averaging between 20 and 40 hours a week with good flexibility and availability to assist and support children and adults within numerous residential, educational and independent living settings in Greater Manchester and surrounding areas up to and within an hour’s distance.

You will support the core teams with everyday tasks such as cooking, cleaning, shopping and social activities such as going to the gym, watching football matches live, cinema and eating out. Please note that some placements do require aspects of personal care such as cleaning teeth, toilet support, shaving and showering. We are looking for candidate that can provide guidance and interaction with the focus of building strong professional relationships that support the service users achieve their full potential.

We are looking for honest, hard-working, flexible and reliable individuals to join our teams and in return we will offer on-going training opportunities to develop your career within the sector such as CWDC, Team Teach and Level 3 Diploma.

Successful candidates are required to complete a detailed induction and obtain an enhanced DBS, cost of which is met by applicant.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

-          Support service users with individual needs

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with vulnerable adults and children

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily service users

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of vulnerable adults and children

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people or adults

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

 

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Title Casual Support Worker
Categories Casual Residential Worker
Salary £7ph – £10.50ph
Location Melton Mowbray
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Melton Mowbray.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Casual Support Worker
Categories Independent Living Worker
Location Bognor Regis
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Support Workers required to work within numerous settings that caters for young people that have left residential care in the Bognor Regis area.

The position requires monitoring and supporting young people with elements of challenging behaviour within their own self-contained flats. You will offer support and guidance with everyday tasks and understand the importance of the role, be confident enough to work alongside Social Workers and other external agents and have both excellent written and communication skills. Ideally you will have experience of working with either families or children with complex or challenging needs

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

 -          Support service users with individual needs

 -          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries 

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern  

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of young people

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep                      

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £7ph – 9ph
Location Reading
Job Type casual
Job Information

Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Reading.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Trainee Child Worker
Categories Trainee Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Sheffield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge are continuously recruiting Trainee Residential Support Workers to work in our client’s homes in Sheffield and surrounding areas on an adhoc basis averaging 37.5 hours a week.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

In this role you will work as part of a team to support the young people throughout the day with basic tasks such as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers and Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

Candidates must have experience working or interacting with young people and be prepared to undertake sector specific training and attend monthly supervisions. All our trainees are placed on an annual training programme and offered the opportunity to undertake courses, including Child Protection, Team Teach, CWDC and the new Level 3 Diploma.

We have found that a high majority of our trainee RSWs are offered full-time positions within our client’s home within 3 months.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Available Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

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Title Waking Night Practitioner
Categories Waking Night Practitioner
Salary £7.50ph – £9ph
Location Nottingham
Job Information

Waking Night Support Worker required to work in a Children’s Residential unit in Nottingham, you will be supporting young people with different elements of challenging behaviour within a residential care setting during a night. This role involves providing psychological, emotional and social support to young people and monitoring behaviour patterns.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of children and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Monitor behaviour of young people

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Administer medication

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -         Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car when required

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed training induction

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15500
Location Doddington
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Doddington, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Deputy Home Manager
Categories Deputy Manager
Salary £20000 – £24000
Location Leicester
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Our client require a Deputy home Manager for an established unit in Leicester. Candidates must have extensive experience working within a children’s home and have level 3 or 4 in (Caring for Children & Young People). The Deputy is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual’s emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards. You will assist in the establishing and maintaining a competent, motivated and confident staff team along with leading, guiding and supporting staff under your grade.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies. As a Deputy you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Review and ensure care plans are upto date

-          Work with parents, staff and other professionals

-          Ensure standards are met

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Involvement in recruitment and retention of staff

-          Manage others

-          Support in rota creation

-          Undertake staff inductions

-          Take on-call responsibilities

-          Assist home manager when required

-          Attend disciplinary hearings

-          Budget

-          Ensure vehicles are maintained

-          Ensure bills are paid

-          Monitor recording systems

-          Administer medication

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Waking Night Practitioner
Categories Waking Night Practitioner
Salary £7.50ph – £9ph
Location Hinckley
Job Information

Two Waking Night Support Workers required to work in a Children’s Residential unit in Hinckley, you will be supporting young people with different elements of challenging behaviour within a residential care setting during a night. This role involves providing psychological, emotional and social support to young people and monitoring behaviour patterns.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of children and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Monitor behaviour of young people

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Administer medication

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -         Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car when required

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

10pm – 8am

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed training induction

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Title Residential Team Leader
Categories Team Leader
Salary £18500 – £20000
Location Swaffham
Job Information

We require an experienced Children’s Residential Team Leader to work directly under the Home Manager within a new project in Swaffham

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people and managing others.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Senior Child Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary £16000 – £18000
Location Leicester
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require an experienced Child Practitioner for the role of Senior within a national organisation’s unit in Leicester. You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns         

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Senior Child Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary £16000 – £18000
Location Peterborough
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require an experienced Child Practitioner for the role of Senior within a new unit on the outskirts of Peterborough. You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Senior Child Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary £17000 – £19000
Location Doncaster
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require an experienced Child Practitioner for the role of Senior within a national organisation’s unit in Doncaster. You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Regional Care Manager
Categories Regional Manager
Salary £45000 – £55000
Location Derby
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We are recruiting an area manager for a national provider covering their 5 homes in Staffordshire and Derbyshire,  you will be overseeing five separate children’s residential care homes that specalise in Learning Disability and Challenging Behaviour.

Candidates must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to a minimum of Level 4 in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The right candidate will have excellent communication and management skills along with outstanding leadership skills

Candidate Criteria:

-               Experience working with OFSTED

-               Home Management experience

-               Excellent understanding of current legislation and minimum standardeds

-               Experience working with local authorities

-               Experience working with LD and complex needs

-               Experience working with commissioning teams

Additional Information:

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period

-          Annual leave of 22 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body

This is an excellent opportunity for a Home Manager looking for the next step in their career, and to join an exciting project within Children’s services.

Due to the location of our services the successful candidate will be required to travel extensively throughout the region to fulfil their duties which will potentially involve nights away from home.

The Contract is based on a 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidates will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee.

The Area Manager is an extremely important role and will only be accountable to the company directors.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Peterborough.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70 – £8.25
Location Leeds
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Leeds.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70 – £8.25
Location Wisbech
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Wisbech.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Trainee Child Worker
Categories Trainee Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge are continuously recruiting Trainee Residential Support Workers to work in our client’s homes in Peterborough and surrounding areas on an adhoc basis averaging 37.5 hours a week.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

In this role you will work as part of a team to support the young people throughout the day with basic tasks such as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers and Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

Candidates must have experience working or interacting with young people and be prepared to undertake sector specific training and attend monthly supervisions. All our trainees are placed on an annual training programme and offered the opportunity to undertake courses, including Child Protection, Team Teach, CWDC and the new Level 3 Diploma.

We have found that a high majority of our trainee RSWs are offered full-time positions within our client’s home within 3 months.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Available Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

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Title SEN Teacher
Categories SEN Teacher
Salary £29000 – £35000
Location Birmingham
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Qualified SEN Teacher required for a pupil referral unit based in Birmingham, the unit deals with a range of students with different elements of challenging behaviour and complex needs including aspurgers, autism, communication issues, LD and ADHD.

The SEN teachers within our clients unit play an extremely important role within the unit’s ethos by working effectively in subject and pastoral teams in delivering the high standards of teaching and learning set out within the schools educational objectives.

Duties include preparing lessons, marking, planning, assessing, managing behaviour and developing new strategies in working with young people that is interesting and educational.

Candidates are required to be qualified and have QTS and be PGCE qualified or have a Bachelor of Teaching, Diploma of Education, Diploma of Teaching or PGDE.

Candidates will ideally have a experience working within a similar role in an educational environment, however our client will consider newly qualified candidates.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          The ability to organise and maintain effective record keeping

-          Previous successful experience of teaching young people with SEN

-          The knowledge of how to differentiate curriculum materials

-          Clear understanding of disorders

-          Experience liaising successfully with parents and school communities

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Aylesbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Aylesbury.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Sheffield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Sheffield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £6.70ph – £8.25ph
Location Leicester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Leicester.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Macclesfield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care supply to children’s residential settings all over the UK, our teams are a strong mix of qualified, experienced and inducted residential support workers.  We are looking to add 6 more Temporary Residential Support Workers to our team in Macclesfield and the immediate surrounding areas.

Fulbridge Social Care’s Temporary workers are primarily used in our client’s homes to provide interaction, guidance, support, and encouragement to individuals in a variety of settings including classroom, home and off – site activities. The position involves enabling young people to develop by providing physical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of the young people first.

Temporary can be utilised as an additional income, weekend job or for many of our team, can be used to obtain full-time hours with good availability.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is advantages for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care unless you have subscribed to the new DBS on-line status checks.

Candidates will also have to successfully complete one of our free induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV to simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk.

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Title Children’s Residential Carer
Categories Children’s Residential Carer
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Wisbech
Job Type casual
Job Information

Children’s Residential Carers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Wisbech averaging 8 – 40 hours a week, please note that most shift patterns are 8am – 11pm, we are looking for individuals with strong personalities, experience being around teenagers, active, confident in managing challenging behaviour and a drive to make a positive impact on a young person’s life. You will be working with an array of challenging behaviour and complex needs and you will be required to mentor, provide support, guidance, interaction and care to the young people. We are looking for experienced RSWs along with trainees to join our team as full training is provided to successful candidates. Please note candidates are required to obtain a new enhanced DBS and part of their vetting at a cost of £49, driving license is advantages but not essential.

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Newmarket
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Newmarket.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Independent Living Worker
Categories Independent Living Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Northampton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Independent Living Support Workers required to work within numerous settings that caters for young people that have left residential care in the Northampton area.

The position requires monitoring and supporting young people with elements of challenging behaviour within their own self-contained flats. You will offer support and guidance with everyday tasks and understand the importance of the role, be confident enough to work alongside Social Workers and other external agents and have both excellent written and communication skills. Ideally you will have experience of working with either families or children with complex or challenging needs

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

 -          Support service users with individual needs

 -          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries 

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern  

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of young people

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep                      

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title SEN Teacher
Categories SEN Teacher
Salary £25000 – £33000
Location Milton Keynes
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Qualified SEN Teacher required for a pupil referral unit based in Milton Keynes, the unit deals with a range of students with different elements of challenging behaviour and complex needs including aspurgers, autism, communication issues, LD and ADHD.

The SEN teachers within our clients unit play an extremely important role within the unit’s ethos by working effectively in subject and pastoral teams in delivering the high standards of teaching and learning set out within the schools educational objectives.

Duties include preparing lessons, marking, planning, assessing, managing behaviour and developing new strategies in working with young people that is interesting and educational.

Candidates are required to be qualified and have QTS and be PGCE qualified or have a Bachelor of Teaching, Diploma of Education, Diploma of Teaching or PGDE.
 
Candidates will ideally have a experience working within a similar role in an educational environment, however our client will consider newly qualified candidates.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          The ability to organise and maintain effective record keeping

-          Previous successful experience of teaching young people with SEN

-          The knowledge of how to differentiate curriculum materials

-          Clear understanding of disorders

-          Experience liaising successfully with parents and school communities

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer.

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Title Independent Living Worker
Categories Independent Living Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Doncaster
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Independent Living Support Workers required to work within numerous settings that caters for young people that have left residential care in the Doncaster area.

The position requires monitoring and supporting young people with elements of challenging behaviour within their own self-contained flats. You will offer support and guidance with everyday tasks and understand the importance of the role, be confident enough to work alongside Social Workers and other external agents and have both excellent written and communication skills. Ideally you will have experience of working with either families or children with complex or challenging needs

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

 -          Support service users with individual needs

 -          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries 

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern  

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of young people

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep                      

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Independent Living Worker
Categories Independent Living Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Ely
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Independent Living Support Workers required to work within numerous settings that caters for young people that have left residential care in the Ely area.

The position requires monitoring and supporting young people with elements of challenging behaviour within their own self-contained flats. You will offer support and guidance with everyday tasks and understand the importance of the role, be confident enough to work alongside Social Workers and other external agents and have both excellent written and communication skills. Ideally you will have experience of working with either families or children with complex or challenging needs

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

 -          Support service users with individual needs

 -          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries 

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern  

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of young people

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep                      

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Independent Living Worker
Categories Independent Living Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Independent Living Support Workers required to work within numerous settings that caters for young people that have left residential care in the Peterborough area.

The position requires monitoring and supporting young people with elements of challenging behaviour within their own self-contained flats. You will offer support and guidance with everyday tasks and understand the importance of the role, be confident enough to work alongside Social Workers and other external agents and have both excellent written and communication skills. Ideally you will have experience of working with either families or children with complex or challenging needs

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

 -          Support service users with individual needs

 -          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries 

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern  

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of young people

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep                      

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 £15500
Location Doncaster
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit in Doncaster, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £8ph – £10ph
Location Swindon
Job Type casual
Job Information

Casual Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential homes in and around Swindon.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract but flexible candidates will average around 37.5 hours a week. 

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Registered Home Manager
Categories Home Manager
Salary £24000 – £28000
Location Gloucester
Job Information

Our client is one of the market leaders in residential care for children with challenging behaviour and complex needs; we are recruiting for a qualified manager for a new educational unit in Gloucester which has the capacity to support 15 young people. They aim to provide a 24/7 interactive and person centred approach for young people aged between 11 and 17 which cater for their social, therapeutic and education requirements.

The organisation specialise in building confidence, self-esteem and providing a skill-set which will enable young people to take responsibility for the direction of their own lives.

The successful candidate must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to Level 4 / 5 Diploma in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The manager is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. As a manager you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Experience developing risk assessments

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

 Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period.

-          Annual leave of 25 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided.

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes.

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body. 

The contract is based on 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidate will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee and complete a comprehensive induction programme prior to start date.

The Registered Home Manager is an extremely important role and will be accountable to the Operations Manager.

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Title Registered Home Manager
Categories Home Manager
Salary £27000 – £30000
Location Bedford
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Our client is the market leader in both residential and educational environments for children with challenging behaviour and complex needs in England and Wales. They aim to provide a 24/7 interactive and person centred approach for young people aged between 11 and 17 which caters for their social, therapeutic and education requirements.

The organisation specialise in building confidence, self-esteem and providing a skill-set which will enable young people to take responsibility for the direction of their own lives.

The successful candidate must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to Level 4 in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The manager is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. As a manager you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Experience developing risk assessments

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

 Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period.

-          Annual leave of 25 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided.

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes.

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body. 

The contract is based on 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidate will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee and complete a comprehensive induction programme prior to start date

The Registered Home Manager is an extremely important role and will be accountable to the Operations Manager.

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Title Therapeutic Parent
Categories Therapeutic Parent
Salary Experience based
Location Stockport
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Fulbridge are one of the market leaders in children’s residential care. We are recruiting three Therapeutic Parents for a national provider in Stockport. You will support to promote the personal, educational and social development of young people aged between 5 and 12. You will aim to engage young people, value opinions, and empower individuals to take action on issues affecting their lives, including health, education, employment and personal development. The right candidate will be confident, interactive, self-aware and enjoy outdoor leisure activities. DBS will be paid by employer. Candidates should have experience working within a residential setting or educational environment and understand the complexities of working with children with challenging behaviour. Candidates must have a driving license as you will be required to transport the children around to attend education, family contacts and other multi agency meetings. 

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Title Reg 33 Officer
Categories Reg 33 Officer
Salary fixed fee
Location South West
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are recruiting an experienced Reg 33 officer to join our expanding business development team based at our Peterborough office, the successful candidate will work under our Reg 33 co-ordinator in servicing our clients in the South West.

The right candidate must have experience carrying out Regulation 33s within children’s homes, candidates must also have level 4 /5 along with RMA or be a qualified Social Worker or OFSTED Inspector.

Position involves carrying out independent reg 33 inspections within clients children’s residential homes, completing a detailed and independent reg 33 report and then reporting back to the owner.

Person Specification

- Experienced and trained in supervision

- Management experience

- Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

- Excellent leadership skills

- Excellent written, IT and communication skills

- Experience managing budgets

- Experience creating staff rotas

- Enthusiastic Disposition

- Proactive

- Flexible

- Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

- Mentoring capabilities

- Proven track record

For more information or to forward your CV please email simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk

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Title Residential Youth Worker
Categories Residential Youth Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

We are recruiting both experienced and non-experienced Residential Youth Workers to join our agency team to work in our clients children’s residential homes and Independent Living settings in and around Peterborough averaging 32 hours a week, please note we are looking for flexible, reliable and interactive individuals that want to work within a specialist environment where full training is provided to the right candidates. Candidates should be willing to work 30 hours plus and understand the position will require sleeping over during some shifts.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Please note that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Reg33 Officer
Categories Reg 33 Officer
Salary £150 per Reg33
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are recruiting an experienced Reg 33 officer to join our expanding business development team based at our Peterborough office, the successful candidate will work under our Reg 33 co-ordinator in servicing our clients.

The right candidate must have experience carrying out Regulation 33s within children’s homes, candidates must also have level 4 /5 along with RMA or be a qualified Social Worker or OFSTED Inspector.

Position involves carrying out independent reg 33 inspections within clients children’s residential homes, completing a detailed and independent reg 33 report and then reporting back to the owner.

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a three month probationary period
-          Mileage is paid for business purposes
-          Office mobile and tablet is provided

For more information or to forward your CV please email simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk

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Title Senior Chlild Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary £17000 – £18500
Location Ely
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require an experienced Child Practitioner for the role of Senior within a national organisation’s unit in Ely. You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Reg33 Officer
Categories Reg 33 Officer
Salary £150 per Reg33
Location Leicester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are recruiting an experienced Reg 33 officer to join our expanding business development team based at our Peterborough office, the successful candidate will work under our Reg 33 co-ordinator in servicing our clients in the Midlands

The right candidate must have experience carrying out Regulation 33s within children’s homes, candidates must also have level 4 /5 along with RMA or be a qualified Social Worker or OFSTED Inspector.

Position involves carrying out independent reg 33 inspections within clients children’s residential homes, completing a detailed and independent reg 33 report and then reporting back to the owner.

Person Specification

- Experienced and trained in supervision

- Management experience

- Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

- Excellent leadership skills

- Excellent written, IT and communication skills

- Experience managing budgets

- Experience creating staff rotas

- Enthusiastic Disposition

- Proactive

- Flexible

- Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

- Mentoring capabilities

- Proven track record

For more information or to forward your CV please email simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Bedford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Bedford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Hereford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Hereford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Hinckley
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Hinckley.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Team Leader
Categories Team Leader
Salary 18k – 22k
Location Kings Lynn
Job Information

We require an experienced Children’s Residential Team Leader to work directly under the Home Manager within a new unit in Kings Lynn.

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people and managing others.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Residential Support Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £19k – 21k
Location Newark
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an outstanding new unit in Newark, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people or complex needs.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and a driving license is essential as you will be required to drive the young to and from appointments using the on-site car.

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Title Weekend Support Worker
Categories Weekend Support Worker
Salary £7.50ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care supply to children’s residential settings all over the UK, our teams are a strong mix of qualified, experienced and inducted residential support workers.  We are looking to add 6 more Temporary Child Support Workers to our weekend team to cover shifts in Peterborough and the immediate surrounding areas. 

Fulbridge Social Care’s Temporary workers are primarily used in our client’s homes to provide interaction, guidance, support, and encouragement to individuals in a variety of settings including classroom, home and off – site activities. The position involves enabling young people to develop by providing physical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of the young people first.

All our Temporary RSWs will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS through Fulbridge Social Care unless they currently subscribe to the new DBS on-line status checks.

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Title Reg 33 Officer
Categories Reg 33 Officer
Salary Negotiable
Location Darlington
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are recruiting an experienced Reg 33 officer to join our expanding business development team based at our Oldham office, the successful candidate will work under our Reg 33 co-ordinator in servicing our clients in Darlington.

The right candidate must have experience carrying out Regulation 33s within children’s homes, candidates must also have level 4 /5 along with RMA or be a qualified Social Worker or OFSTED Inspector.

Position involves carrying out independent reg 33 inspections within clients children’s residential homes, completing a detailed and independent reg 33 report and then reporting back to the owner.

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

For more information or to forward your CV please email simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15500
Location Bradford
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Bradford, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Registered Home Manager
Categories Home Manager
Salary £32000 – £35000
Location Northampton
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Our client is an established provider in Northamptonshire and they are looking for an experienced Home Manager for a new project in Northampton. The home provides a 24/7 interactive and person centred approach for young people aged between 11 and 17 which caters for their social, therapeutic and education requirements.

The organisation specialise in building confidence, self-esteem and providing a skill-set which will enable young people to take responsibility for the direction of their own lives.

The successful candidate must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to Level 4 in Management, Diploma 5 in Leadership for Health and Social Care & Child & Young Peoples Services (QCF) or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The manager is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. As a manager you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Experience developing risk assessments

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period.

-          Annual leave of 25 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided.

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes.

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body.

The contract is based on 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidate will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee and complete a comprehensive induction programme prior to start date

The Registered Home Manager is an extremely important role and will be accountable to the Operations Manager.

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Title RSW
Categories Casual Residential Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

We are recruiting both experienced and trainee RSWs to work in our clients homes on a casual basis in Peterborough and the surrounding areas with the intention to go permanent within our client’s homes within three months. You will be working with young people  aged between 13 and 17 with challenging behaviour and complex needs within numerous units specialising in different aspects of behaviour including autism, eating disorders, sexualised behaviour, self-harm, aggressive personality and addiction, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people or complex needs. Candidates must be confident, self-aware, interactive and knowledgeable of the reasons why young people are in care and understand the challenges faced on a regular basis when working within a children’s residential or secure setting.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan.  All successful candidates are required to undertake a five day induction into working with children and young people covering Child Protection, Self-Harm, Managing and Understanding Behaviour, Working with Sexualised Behaviour and Report Writing along with all Mandatory requirements.

A driving license is required for this position as you will be required to drive the on-site vehicle to take the service users to social activities and family contacts. An enhanced DBS must be obtained through Fulbridge Social Care unless you are registered on the government’s on-line status checks.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -         Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns (Available days – Monday through to Sunday)

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

-          Waking Nights

 

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Title YP Support Worker
Categories YP Support Worker
Salary £6.80ph – £7.50ph
Location Norwich
Job Type casual
Job Information

We are recruiting Young Person Support Workers to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Norfolk with the intention of placing you on a temp – perm contract within one of our clients homes.

Candidates would be trained and vetted by Fulbridge Social Care and offered numerous placements within different specialist units on a as and when required basis.  

We work with numerous care providers in Norfolk and we are looking to recruit 8 Young Person Support Workers to join our ever expanding teams.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Weekends

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

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Title Operations Manager
Categories Operations Manager
Salary £36000 – £39000
Location London
Job Information
Candidates must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to a minimum of Level 4/5 in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.The right candidate will have excellent communication and management skills along with outstanding leadership skills

Candidate Criteria:

-               Experience working with OFSTED

-               Home Management experience

-               Excellent understanding of current legislation

-               Experience working with local authorities

-               Experience working with LD and complex needs

-               Experience working with commissioning teams

Additional Information:

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period

-          Annual leave of 22 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body

This is an excellent opportunity for a Home Manager looking for the next step in their career, and to join an exciting project within Children’s services.

Due to the location of our services the successful candidate will be required to travel extensively throughout the region to fulfil their duties which will potentially involve nights away from home.

The Contract is based on a 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidates will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee.

The Operations Manager is an extremely important role and will only be accountable to the company directors.

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Title Deputy Home Manager
Categories Deputy Manager
Salary £20000 – £22000
Location Doncaster
Job Information

Our client require a Deputy home Manager for an established unit in Doncaster. Candidates must have extensive experience working within a children’s home and have level 3 or 4 in (Caring for Children & Young People). The Deputy is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual’s emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs.

You will safeguard and promote the welfare of the young people and ensure that the quality of care provided is consistent with National Minimum Standards. You will assist in the establishing and maintaining a competent, motivated and confident staff team along with leading, guiding and supporting staff under your grade.

Candidates must have good communication skills, be able to form effective relationships with children and act as a positive role model and liaise effectively with colleagues and other agencies. As a Deputy you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure.

Duties & Responsibilities:

-          Review and ensure care plans are upto date

-          Work with parents, staff and other professionals

-          Ensure standards are met

-          Attend care meetings when appreciate

-          Involvement in recruitment and retention of staff

-          Manage others

-          Support in rota creation

-          Undertake staff inductions

-          Take on-call responsibilities

-          Assist home manager when required

-          Attend disciplinary hearings

-          Budget

-          Ensure vehicles are maintained

-          Ensure bills are paid

-          Monitor recording systems

-          Administer medication

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Registered Home Manager
Categories Home Manager
Salary £24000 – £29000
Location Leicester
Job Type permanent
Job Information

Our client is a  residential specalist in Leicestershire for children with challenging behaviour and complex needs.  They aim to provide a 24/7 interactive and person centred approach for young people aged between 12 and 16 which caters for their social, therapeutic and education requirements.

The organisation specialise in building confidence, self-esteem and providing a skill-set which will enable young people to take responsibility for the direction of their own lives.

The successful candidate must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to Level 4 in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The manager is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. As a manager you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Experience developing risk assessments

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

 Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period.

-          Annual leave of 25 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided.

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes.

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body. 

The contract is based on 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidate will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee and complete a comprehensive induction programme prior to start date

The Registered Home Manager is an extremely important role and will be accountable to the Operations Manager.

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Title Trainee Youth Worker
Categories Trainee Child Worker
Salary £6.80ph – £8ph
Location Leicester
Job Type casual
Job Information

We are recruiting Trainee and qualified Residential Support Workers to work in our client’s homes in Leicestershire with the focus of undertaking a temp – perm contract with a core supplier once you have achieved the relevant exposure and training.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

In this role you will work as part of a team to support the young people throughout the day with basic tasks such as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers and Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

Candidates must have experience working or interacting with young people and be prepared to undertake sector specific training and attend monthly supervisions. All our trainees are placed on an annual training programme and offered the opportunity to undertake courses, including Child Protection, Team Teach, CWDC and the new Level 3 Diploma.

We have found that a high majority of our trainee RSWs are offered full-time positions within our client’s home within 3 months.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification:

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Available Shifts Patterns:

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

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Title Senior Child Practitioner
Categories Senior Child Practitioner
Salary £17000 – £19000
Location Northampton
Job Type permanent
Job Information

We require an experienced Child Practitioner for the role of Senior within a national organisation’s unit in Northampton. You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title CAA Support Worker
Categories CAA Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Sheffield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care are currently recruiting for CAA Support Workers on a casual basis averaging between 20 and 40 hours a week with good flexibility and availability to assist and support children and adults within numerous residential, educational and independent living settings in Sheffield and surrounding areas up to and within an hour’s distance. You will support the core teams with everyday tasks such as cooking, cleaning, shopping and social activities such as going to the gym, watching football matches live, cinema and eating out. Please note that some placements do require aspects of personal care such as cleaning teeth, toilet support, shaving and showering. We are looking for candidate that can provide guidance and interaction with the focus of building strong professional relationships that support the service users achieve their full potential.

We are looking for honest, hard-working, flexible and reliable individuals to join our teams and in return we will offer on-going training opportunities to develop your career within the sector such as CWDC, Team Teach and Level 3 Diploma.

Successful candidates are required to complete a detailed induction and obtain an enhanced DBS, cost of which is met by applicant.

Main duties and responsibilities:

-          Build strong professional relationships with service users and staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment

-          Support service users with individual needs

-          Keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          To support individuals towards managing their own behaviour

-          Promote equality and Choice

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records

-          Attend work reliable and punctually

-          Keep updated with all procedures and policy changes

-          Undertake any additional duties as required

Person Specification:

-          Form professional relationships with vulnerable adults and children

-          Ability to set and keep clear boundaries

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily service users

-          Complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Follow a work pattern

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of general health, safety and welfare of vulnerable adults and children

Educational Requirements:

-          G.C.S.Es minimum (Good Standard)

-          Computer Literate

-          Excellent Communication Skills (Written & Verbal)

Work Related Experience:

-          Previous experience working / interacting with young people or adults

-          Experience with challenging behaviour or within challenging environments

Shifts Patterns:

3pm -11pm + Sleep

8am – 3pm

3pm – 11pm

11pm – 8am (Waking Night)

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team.

 

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Title Registered Home Manager
Categories Home Manager
Salary £23000 – £28000
Location Hinckley
Job Information

Our client is a  residential specialist based in Hinckley for children with challenging behaviour and complex needs.  They aim to provide a 24/7 interactive and person centred approach for young people aged between 12 and 16 which caters for their social, therapeutic and education requirements.

The organisation specialise in building confidence, self-esteem and providing a skill-set which will enable young people to take responsibility for the direction of their own lives.

The successful candidate must have extensive experience and a proven record working with children within a residential setting, the manager must be qualified to Level 5 in Children & Young People or have a Social Work degree with experience within the sector along with RMA.

The manager is required to take responsibility to secure, sustain and promote the reputation of the home for the benefit of the Service Users and create a caring environment conductive to the individual emotional, physical, social, intellectual and spiritual needs. As a manager you will work unsupervised, have financial awareness, capability to budget and keep legal documentation updated and secure

Person Specification

-          Experienced and trained in supervision

-          Management experience

-          Clear Knowledge of regulations and legislation within sector

-          Excellent leadership skills

-          Excellent written, IT and communication skills

-          Experience managing budgets

-          Experience creating staff rotas

-          Enthusiastic Disposition

-          Proactive

-          Flexible

-          Experience developing risk assessments

-          Clear understanding of Health and Safety procedures

-          Mentoring capabilities

-          Proven track record

Additional Information

-          The post is subject to a six month probationary period.

-          Annual leave of 25 days per annum plus Bank Holidays

-          The company has a contributory pension scheme

-          Mobile phone and Tablet provided.

-          Mileage is paid for business purposes.

-          Successful candidate will be approved by appropriate statutory body.

The contract is based on 37.5 hours a week with additional on-call duties, successful candidate will be required to obtain an enhanced DBS which will be paid for by employee and complete a comprehensive induction programme prior to start date

The Registered Home Manager is an extremely important role and will be accountable to the Operations Manager.

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Peterborough
Job Type casual
Job Information

Fulbridge Social Care supply to children’s residential settings all over the UK, our teams are a strong mix of qualified, experienced and inducted residential support workers.  We are looking to add 6 more Temporary Residential Support Workers to our team in Peterborough and the immediate surrounding areas.

Fulbridge Social Care’s Temporary workers are primarily used in our client’s homes to provide interaction, guidance, support, and encouragement to individuals in a variety of settings including classroom, home and off – site activities. The position involves enabling young people to develop by providing physical and emotional support. You will work as part of a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of the young people first.

Temporary can be utilised as an additional income, weekend job or for many of our team, can be used to obtain full-time hours with good availability.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is advantages for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care unless you have subscribed to the new DBS on-line status checks.

Candidates will also have to successfully complete one of our free induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV to simon@fulbridgesocialcare.co.uk.

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15500
Location Wigan
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Wigan, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Dereham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Dereham.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Stevenage
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Stevenage.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Aylesbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Aylesbury.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Stoke – on – Trent
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Stoke – on – Trent.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Rochdale
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Rochdale.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Burnley
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Burnley.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Blackpool
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Blackpool.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Rugby
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Rugby.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Cambridge
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Cambridge.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Bury St Edmunds
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Bury St Edmunds.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15500
Location Ely
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit within Ely, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £15500 – £18000
Location Peterborough
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new two bedded unit in Peterborough, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15500
Location Nottingham
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit on the outskirts of Nottingham, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8.25ph
Location March
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around March.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Workers
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Shrewsbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Shrewsbury.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Thetford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Thetford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Downham Market
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Downham Market.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8.25ph
Location Burnley
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Burnley.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8.25ph
Location Norwich
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Worker required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in Norfolk.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Kettering
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Kettering.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Lincoln
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Lincoln.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Workers
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8.25ph
Location Mansfield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Mansfield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Spalding
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Spalding.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Leicester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Leicester.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Childrens Residential Team Leader
Categories Team Leader
Salary £17000 – £19000
Location Wisbech
Job Information

We require an experienced Children’s Residential Team Leader to work directly under the Home Manager within a new unit in Wisbech

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs; you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have a proven record working with young people and managing others.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Applicants will be qualified to a minimum of Level 3 Diploma in Working with Children and Young People (or equivalent)

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

-           Take lead in situations when required

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer and complete a detailed induction programme prior to start date

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Title Temporary Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £7ph – £8.25ph
Location Sheffield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Sheffield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14500 – £15500
Location March
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a national providers Children’s Home in March, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Temporary Support Workers
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Chesterfield
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Chesterfield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Workers
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Doncaster
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Doncaster.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Manchester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Manchester.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Harlow
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Harlow.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Shrewsbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Shrewsbury.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Corby
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Corby.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Liverpool
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Liverpool.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Barnsley
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Barnsley.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Temporary Support Worker
Categories Temporary Support Worker
Salary £7ph – £8ph
Location Wakefield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Support Workers required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Wakefield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered.

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Casual Support Worker
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £9ph
Location Holbeach
Job Type casual
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Holbeach, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters.

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

-          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work

-          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

-          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

-          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employee.

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Rotherham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Rotherham.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Buxton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Buxton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Nuneaton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Nuneaton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Luton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Luton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Braintree
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Braintree.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Watford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Watford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Stockport
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Stockport.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Kings Lynn
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Kings Lynn.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Bolton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Bolton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Colchester
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Colchester.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Ipswich
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Ipswich.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £13500 – £15000
Location Leeds
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit in Leeds, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £13000 – £14000
Location Hinckley
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit in Hinckley, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns               

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £14000 – £15000
Location Stevenage
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit in Stevenage, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £12500 – £14000
Location Leicester
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit within Leicester, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns               

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £13500 – £14500
Location Sheffield
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit within Sheffield, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Huntington
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Huntington.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

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Title Residential Child Practitioner
Categories Residential Child Practitioner
Salary £13500 – £15500
Location Wisbech
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within an established unit in Wisbech, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Wigan
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Wigan.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Tamworth
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Tamworth.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location York
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around York.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Harrogate
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Harrogate.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Nottingham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Nottingham.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Bradford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Bradford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Leeds
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Leeds.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Huddersfield
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Huddersfield.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Dewsbury
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Dewsbury.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Halifax
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Halifax.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Derby
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Derby.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Grantham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Grantham.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Milton Keynes
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Milton Keynes.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Birmingham
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Birmingham.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Coventry
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Coventry.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Northampton
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Northampton.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Blackburn
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Blackburn.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Stamford
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Stamford.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Temporary Child Practitioner
Categories Temporary Child Practitioner
Salary £7ph – £10ph
Location Boston
Job Type casual
Job Information

Temporary Residential Child Practitioners required to work in numerous children’s residential and independent living accommodations in and around Boston.

Position involves providing security, guidance, interaction and support to young people with challenging behaviour and complex needs within a residential or independent living setting with the intention of creating an environment that caters for a young person’s intellectual, spiritual, social and emotional needs.

You will be working with young people aged 11 to 18 who have been placed into the care system for numerous reasons with an array of disorders, behaviours and needs and therefore require individuals who have the confidence, patience and skill set to successfully work with these young people and make a positive impact on their lives.

Ideal candidates will have interacted, raised or worked with young people and / or experience working with challenging behaviour or been working within a challenging environment.

We are recruiting for both experienced and qualified Child Practitioners along with individuals looking to enter the sector for the first time as we are also a training consultancy that can provide nationally recognised training courses including the Diploma 3 in Working with Children and Young People, Team Teach, Child Protection and First Aid along with over 40 other courses which can be viewed on our Training pages to our teams nationwide.

In this role you will be part of a team to support the young person’s throughout the day with basic tasks as supporting with meal preparation, cleaning, education and shopping. You will also be required to interact with professionals such as Social Workers, Probation Officers, Police Officers and support the young people in environments such as classrooms, courts and police stations.

A driving license is essential for this position as you will be required to drive the unit car and take the young person (s) to destinations such as family contacts, school and social activities.

Numerous shift patterns are available including:

 24s                                 8am – 11pm + sleep

Afternoons                  3pm – 11pm

Waking Nights           11pm – 8am

Please note that this position is a zero – hour contract and that you would be required to complete an enhanced DBS with Fulbridge Social Care and successfully complete one of our induction programmes prior to any placements being offered. 

If you are interested in joining our team then please forward an updated CV or request an application pack from our recruitment team

Apply Now


Title Residential Child Worker
Categories Residential Child Worker
Salary £14500 – £16500
Location Swaffham
Job Type permanent
Job Information

You will be working with young people with challenging behaviour within a new unit in Swaffham, you must understand the complexities of challenging behaviour and have experience working or interacting with young people.

The position involves acting as an appropriate role model and support young people to achieve their potential, you will be responsible for the provision of care towards young people, including contact supervisions, meal preparation, coordinating activities and following each child’s specific care plan in conjunction with the governments five outcomes identified within Every Child Matters. 

Main duties and responsibilities:

 -          Build strong professional relationships with the service users and other members of staff

 -          Maintain a safe, clean and enjoyable environment for the YPs to live and for you to work  

 -          To keep up to date with all communication / information systems

 -          Attend and take an active part in meetings as appropriate

 -          Support YP in managing their own behaviour using approved skills  

-          To promote equality, acknowledging individuals differences  

-          Protect service users from any form of abuse from staff, visitors or service users

-          Write accurate reports for reviews and keep written records for monitoring purposes  

-          Attend all training as required and be prepaid to achieve qualifications appropriate to role

-          Attend work reliably and punctually and to follow a set shift pattern

-          Transfer Young People using company car

-          Ensure you keep yourself up to date with all procedures and policy changes

-          Take responsible care for the health and safety of yourself and others

-          Undertake any other additional duties as required, which are relevant to the post

 Person Specification

-          Ability to form professional relationships with young people

-          Ability to read and understand written work and to write clear and accurate reports

-          Ability to communicate clearly and easily with young people in a variety of ways

-          Ability to go wherever service users want to go and participate in all activities

-          Ability to work as directed and complete tasks reliably and to a high standard

-          Ability to participate in training and development  

-          Ability to follow a work pattern and to attend work punctually and reliably

-          Awareness of what effective teamwork is

-          Awareness of the general health, safety and welfare of young people

-          Awareness of how young people develop and learn

-          Awareness of equal opportunities and discrimination are and how it can be prevented

Shifts Patterns

-          8am -  11pm + sleep                

-          8am – 3pm

-          3pm – 11pm

-          3pm + sleep

Please note that the position requires successful candidates to obtain an enhanced DBS, cost met by employer

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