SENIOR CARE OFFICER

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere

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Closing date: 07 July 2024

Are you playful and accepting, can you show curiosity and empathy?

If you can then you have something really special to offer our Children living in Children’s Homes.  

If trauma brings resilience, then our Children are superheroes – they deserve the best; the best homes, the best help, the best opportunities, and children tell us over and over again, it’s the staff that matter.

We believe that we need the right people, with the right commitment, skills, tenacity, imagination, and energy in order to offer the best to our children. To do this you will be offered high quality support, training, guidance, and development and be part of a motivated and ambitious team.  

Hull City Council has been on a journey of improvement and has become a leading provider of Children’s Homes. We are committed to developing nurturing, high quality homes where children can thrive and achieve their next steps.  

If you want to be part of Hull’s journey and make a real difference to children, now is great time to join, we have an opportunity for a Senior Care Officer to join our Childrens Homes team. 

This post is Full Time, 148 hours per month and hours will exceed 20 hours per week due to the rota.

About you:

  • You should have completed NVQ Level 3 in Child Care or have a DipSW, Degree in Social Work, CQSW, CSS.
  • You will work with the Home Manager and undertake duties commensurate with the needs of the Service. The applicant would need to have a supportive and enabling approach, be able to engage in new developments, motivate staff and provide positive direction.
  • You should be able to provide advice, support and guidance on care plans or programmes as well as behaviour and general care of the children in the home and the outreach service.
  • You will work, supervise and support staff who will be involved in the day-to-day running of the Home. This post involves shift work and sleep overs at the Home.

We understand that you may have questions or want to speak to someone who already works here to find out more about current opportunities, please feel free to contact Tracey Carter on 01482 612 946 for an informal chat.

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Please Note – This post is not available for visa sponsorship.

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