Hours of work: by agreement
Working pattern: casual
Closing date: This vacancy will remain open, and the next shortlisting will take place on 20 January 2020.
In addition to pro-rata basic salary staff receive additional payments for working overnight sleep-in shifts.
For an informal discussion, please contact Ian Williams - Registered Homes Manager on 07552 289375.
An opportunity has arisen for Relief Residential Childcare Workers to work in children's homes across the county; based in Seaford, Eastbourne, Hailsham, and St Leonards.
Children in care are some of the most vulnerable in the community and looking after them is one of our most important responsibilities. We need people who are able to deliver high quality care, to meet the physical, emotional, health and social needs of children and young people in our homes.
If you are passionate and committed to working with adolescent children, want to help them reach their full potential, develop and maximise their opportunities; then we would like to hear from you. You will have had experience of working directly with children and can demonstrate a good understanding of child care and child development. Our looked after children can often be challenging and will require a professionally nurturing approach. Youll will need to be committed, adaptable to children's needs and go the extra mile. We want you to make a real difference in their lives.
We are looking for applicants who can demonstrate all of the above, have good communication skills, the ability to listen to children, act on their behalf, as well as being flexible enough to be part of the larger team around the child.
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You will work alongside full time qualified staff. The post includes shift work, weekend working and sleep-in duties (additional payments for sleep-ins will apply).
Candidates will be selected in line with recommendations of the Warner Report, which includes a brief written exercise and interviews with both professionals and children.
Employees of ESCC enjoy a range of benefits. Click on the link below for more information.:
Note this post is exempt from the limitations of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act and as such all instances of previous cautions and convictions will need to be disclosed in any application.