Overview

Children’s Residential Team Leader – Manchester region

Full Time / Flexible shift pattern that include sleep Ins.

Flexible working options are available (full time /bank shifts)

**£1000 refer a friend bonus**

As the new Team Leader for the Home, you will be emotionally strong and driven to make a difference. Most importantly, you will get to really understand our children and their backgrounds, making sure that their needs are at the centre of everything we do. You will be approachable and detail focused, ensuring that our children’s safety is assured at all times, and that all protocols and regulations are fully adhered to.

 

CPD opportunities after successfully passing probation and fast-tracked career development for suitable candidates.

Here at the Cambian Group, our vision is to inspire lives, and develop individuals, families and communities. Our values are; Quality, Advocacy, Perseverance & Patience.

We are making sure that the support we offer is constant, reliable and of the highest quality, and it is our fantastic staff who are making this happen. During the COVID pandemic we did not furlough any of our staff. We worked together through the pandemic ensuring job security and sustainable long-term employment and commitment to our staff.  We have in place a staff hardship support fund, which all staff can access in the event as we know we do, for those members of our family who may experience difficulties. 

We recognise with our staff the resilience and commitment they make towards their work with our children and we also recognise that its ok not to be okay and have invested in our Mental Health support agenda for staff.  This has enabled Cambian to keep and retain good staff.  We have, during the height of the pandemic grown our business and portfolio and we are looking to continue with our growth plans over the next 3-5 years.  This is an exciting time to join us at Cambian and to be part of our plans to develop children Services across the United Kingdom.  To learn more, apply today and be part of something unique and rewarding in supporting some of the most vulnerable children in our society!

 

If you would just like to have an informal discussion with our Managing Director we are organising a virtual webinar and would be delighted if you wanted to join us.

 

Are you looking to make a real difference to the lives of others?

We are seeking talented individuals to join our teams as on shift Team Leaders to join our experienced team at our well-established OFSTED registered homes located across the Manchester region. We are looking for you to join us in making a positive impact on the lives of the young people in our care and provide guidance and support to colleagues.

The children in our care are between 8-18 years of age and have a range of complex needs – which may include emotional and behavioural difficulties. You will be asked to work alongside other qualified care givers and clinicians in homely settings that care for no more than 5 young people at a time.

You will be involved in all aspects of their everyday life, such as household duties, transporting the children to school and other provisions, maintaining paperwork and enriching their lives through activities and supporting hobbies. This package of care, which you will play an important part, is aimed to support the development and the mental wellbeing of the children in our care.

Example of our shifts:

Three week rolling rota shared equally between the team, this will consist of a 24 hour shifts – with a sleep in.

There is of course some flexibility and our managers know how important a good work life balance is for their team. Having every third weekend off and splitting up the Saturday and Sunday shifts for a work life balance.

 

Duties:

Providing transport for the young people to access different provisions
To assist the Home Manager and Deputy Manager to in achieve the aims and objectives of the Statement of Purpose and uphold the organisation’s Mission Statement and Values.
To support and manage the staff team to enable them to meet the needs of the children and young people.
To work in partnership with other professionals to achieve optimum outcomes for young people.
Helping the young people access education
Household duties/ Paperwork
Days out (e.g. social events, shopping, cinema, swimming)
Contacts, visit, key work meeting and therapy sessions
Offering guidance, support and structure to their everyday lives

 

Requirements

· Must hold a Level 3 Dip in Residential Childcare or equivalent

· 12 months experienc

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