Waking Night Support Worker – Wolverhampton- Family Assessment Centre
Liquid Personnel is currently recruiting for a Waking Night Support Worker to join a Family Assessment Centre based in Newbridge, Wolverhampton.
What’s in it for you as a Waking Night Support Worker?
Benefits include, Shift patterns that make your commute calmer and quicker, Training Opportunities, Staff wellbeing events throughout the year, Team building days, Employee Assistance Programme, Health Shield – After 1 year’s continuous employment, you can opt for free cover under this Cash Plan policy, Attendance allowance at the end of each year, A pension scheme with Standard Life contributes 5% towards your pension, Life Assurance, Free tea, coffee, water and fruit for all staff, Continuous training and professional development opportunities, Enhanced holidays, Flu Vaccine: For Staff that do not qualify for the flu vaccine through the NHS, Bike (Cycle) Scheme, Attendance allowance to reflect 100% attendance throughout the calendar year and Long Service Awards. You will also receive an additional £10.55 allowance for each night worked.
Your main responsibilities as a Waking Night Support Worker:
As the Waking night workers your key responsibilities will be to work with families on a day-to-day basis, observing and recording the parents’ abilities to meet the immediate safety and care needs of their children. This will be completed through daily observations. You will ensure parents/carers prioritise the safety and welfare needs of their children. You will create a supportive learning/re-learning environment for parents and children. You will provide childcare for children whilst their parents/carers attend Groups and Individual Sessions. You will ensure the safety of children and families during the night and follow procedures in place to ensure building is secure at night. To take an active part in the assessment process regarding children and families – to observe, supervise, record, and assess family interaction, child behaviour, parental motivation and parental. ability to meet the needs of the child(ren). You will be expected to provide to provide structured feedback to parents during and at the end of each shift.
What we are looking for in a Waking Night Support Worker:
- Experience of working within a similar field/setting
- Hold a Level 3 in residential childcare or equivalent is desirable