£18 - £20 gross per hour. Do you have experience with challenging behaviour? *Female Part Time Support worker/ Educator required for siblings aged 10 and 14
*Female Family Support worker/Educator | Nr Bury St Edmunds CB8
Location: Nr Bury St Edmunds CB8
Nearest Train Station: Newmarket
Wage: £18.00 - £20.00 gross per hour depending on experience
Driver required? Essential
Essential Experience: working with age group 9-15, challenging behaviour
Start Date: January 2018
Days & Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 17:00 – 21:00, Saturday 09:00-13:00, additional hours available during school holidays and in the evenings and 2/3 times a year 4 days live in while parents are away.
We are delighted to be working in association with this private client on this position. They will be carrying out all recruitment once candidate CVs have been forwarded.
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This private family are looking for a family support worker focused on behavioural management with numeracy and literacy skills, to work with their two children aged 10 and 14. The ideal candidate will be positive and patient and have experience working with children with challenging behaviour within a private setting. A background in youth work and working with foster or adoptive families would be beneficial.
You will be skilled in establishing boundaries and encouraging positive behaviour in the children, for example encouraging them to do their chores and take care of their own belongings. Key to this position will be the ability to unlock the children’s potential and promote their independence.
Duties will include organising and accompanying the children to extra-curricular activities and helping with homework. The support worker will liaise with other professionals who work with the children and also take sole charge for long weekends two to three times a year when the parents are away.
This exciting position will suit a compassionate, spirited and experienced candidate who will guide these lovely children through their teenage years. This is a great opportunity to work with a loving family to unlock the children’s potential and really promote their independence.
**Gender is considered to be a genuine occupational requirement in accordance with paragraph 1 of Schedule 9 of the Equality Act 2010 for a female worker to work with our client.
Please note, whilst Snap endeavour to reply to all applications, some of our positions are so popular this is not possible and only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
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