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Senior Room Manager

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Randstad Education Group
Salary
Competitive + 15000-16000
Location
Solihull
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

The Person
Due to maternity leave we are seeking a Senior Room Manager with previous nursery experience. You will be able to demonstrate steady continuity of service in your career history and have excellent communication skills. Communication skills include listening, questioning and understanding and responding to what is being communicated by children, young people and those caring for them. You will work as part of a multi agency team and will be expected to have a clear understanding of your role and the role of other professionals. You will share in formation with other professionals in a timely manner and work together for the safety and well being of the child.

You should have excellent people management ability and be able to handle day to day staff management responsibility. You may also be required to step up to an Assistant Manager role in the absence of an Assistant Manager.

A good knowledge of child development is essential to ensure that all the children?s individual needs are fully met.

The Role
You will have a duty of care for all children in your care and overall management within the area in order to ensure the legal and curriculum requirements are met in line with the nursery?s policies and procedures. You will be responsible for ensuring all staff prepare and supervise suitable activities to create and develop a stimulating environment in order to provide a high level of quality childcare whilst maintaining a professional and positive outcome for both children and staff.

You will also be responsible for communicating with the Nursery Manager regarding the activities and progress in the room and coordinating the relevant short and medium term planning in line with the business needs in order to meet the curriculum requirements.

You will be assigned as a key person for a designated number of children to ensure that all their basic development needs are met

You will be responsible for managing a Room Manager, Assistant Room Manager, EYP?s, Trainee Early Years Educator, QEYE and Assistant EYE.

Qualifications Required
Essential: NNEB, BTEC, NVQ3 or equivalent childcare qualification
Desirable: Level 4 Diploma in Early Years, Foundation Degree in Early Years, BA Hon Degree in Early Years, Early Years Professional Status

To apply please contact Tracey McCabe at Randstad Education

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Deaf Youth Participation Officer

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Bid Services
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From £19,420 to £19,990 per year
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Part time

BID has provided high quality services for Deaf People for over 100 years, and continues to grow and develop nationally to offer a range of services to people with a Sensory Impairment and other Disabilities and is now seeking to expand its professional team with the addition of:

Deaf Youth Participation Officer
-Location: Birmingham
-15 hours a week
-Grade 5: £19,420 - £19,990 pro-rata (£7872 - £8104 per annum): dependent upon experience
-3 Year Fixed Term Contract

This is a new exciting opportunity to be involved with setting up and running a successful youth service and holiday activities for Deaf young people aged between 8 and 18. Applicants will have a passion to work with young people and be experienced with working with young people, you must be able to participate/engage and communicate using British Sign Language.

It is essential that you can be flexible with hours of work. A Youth Work qualification is desirable.


Closing date: 23 April 2014
Interview date: 8 May 2014

For an application pack: Download from our website or email.

All posts are subject to DBS Checks (formerly known as CRB Disclosures)
BID serves a diverse community and we seek to develop a workforce which reflects this.

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Bid Services
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Duration
3 Years

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Senior Mentor - Summer Camps

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The Challenge Network
Salary
Up to £600 per week
Location
West Midlands
Job term
Contract
Job hours
Full time

Senior Mentor

Location: London, Surrey, West Midlands or North West England
Length of role: 14 days (plus two days of training)
Dates: June to August 2014

We are looking for Senior Mentors to lead teams of sixteen-year-olds during our intensive summer programme, working both residentially and in the local community in London, Surrey, the West Midlands or North West England.

The Senior Mentor is responsible for leading, inspiring and developing a team of twelve sixteen-year-olds through the whole of NCS with The Challenge. The Senior Mentor reports to the Programme Leader.

This role is suitable for a dynamic and confident person with experience of leading groups of young people, who is able to motivate them and command their respect.

About the Organisation

The Challenge Network is a fast-growing social enterprise that connects and inspires people across Britain to strengthen their communities. NCS with The Challenge is a programme that brings together young people from different backgrounds, builds their confidence, and challenges them to make a difference in their local community. In summer 2014, 16,500 young people across London, the West Midlands and the North West will take part in NCS with The Challenge for an intensive youth and community programme.

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service (NCS), a life-changing experience for 16 and 17-year-olds. The scheme is available to people from all backgrounds. Young people get the chance to do outdoor activities, meet new people and give something back to their communities. By taking part they learn new skills and have a great experience they can put on their CVs or college applications. NCS promotes:

• a more cohesive society by mixing participants from different backgrounds;
• a more responsible society by supporting young people’s transition into adulthood;
• a more engaged society by enabling young people to work together to create social action projects in their local communities.

NCS with The Challenge Programme

We bring together sixteen-year-olds from across a community and challenge them to connect with people from different backgrounds, learn key skills for the workplace, and make a difference in their community. They achieve this by completing three challenges:
• The Personal Challenge (PC): Socially mixed teams of young people bond through a week of challenging outdoor activities.
• The Team Challenge (TC): Teams return home and use their skills to experience serving the local community.
• The Real Challenge (RC): Teams work to design and organise activities that will bring the local community together over weekends in September. The Real Challenge Design (RCD) takes part during the last part of the summer programme and the Real Challenge Action (RCA) takes place over four weekends in September.

All young people who complete NCS with The Challenge graduate from our programme and are signposted into year-round volunteering, membership and social action opportunities through The Challenge Society.

About the Opportunity

A single programme lasts three weeks and includes outdoor activities, skill development and community service. We are looking for Senior Mentors who can commit for one or two programmes over the summer.
The Senior Mentor will:
• Lead, inspire and pastorally care for a team of twelve participants, ensuring their safety and assisting their personal development through three weeks of intense activities
• Work alongside the Practitioner during the Team Challenge and the Community Facilitator during the Real Challenge Design
• Work with the support of the Assistant Programme Leader to deal with challenging behaviour from young people
• Live residentially during the Personal Challenge and Team Challenge

All meals and accommodation are provided in The Personal Challenge and in the Team Challenge, and lunch only is provided in The Real Challenge Design. The accommodation during the Personal Challenge is generally in an outdoor activity centre and during Team Challenge is generally at a university campus; however, in some areas and during some parts of the programme, accommodation is at a campsite.

Training

All Senior Mentors receive a weekend of training in May or June to deliver NCS with The Challenge. Please see the Training schedule.

Work dates

The Senior Mentor can work on one or two waves during the summer. The work date options for a Senior Mentor are below.

Waves PC TC RCD Days off
1 23 to 27 June 30 June to 4 July 7 to 10 July 28-29 June, 5-6 July
2 30 June to 4 July 7 to 11 July 14 to 17 July 5-6 July, 12-13 July
3 7 to 11 July 14 to 18 July 21 to 24 July 12-13 July, 19-21 July
4 14 to 18 July 21 to 25 July 28 to 31 July 19-20 July, 26-27 July
5 21 to 25 July 28 July to 1 Aug 4 to 7 August 26-27 July, 2-3 August
6 28 July to 1 August 4 to 8 August 11 to 14 August 2-3 August, 9-10 August
7 4 to 8 August 11 to 15 August 18, 19, 20 and 22 August 9-10 August, 16-17 August, 21 August
8 11 to 15 August 18 to 22 August 25 to 28 August 16-17 August, 23-24 Aug
9 16 to 20 August 23 to 27 August 28 to 31 August 21-22 August

Waves one to eight involves no weekend working. The role is Mon-Fri (for PC and TC) and Mon-Thu (for RCD). Wave nine involves working over three consecutive weekends, including all three days of the bank holiday weekend.

About You

Candidates must demonstrate the following skills and characteristics:

Essential:
• Ability to motivate and command respect of a group of twelve young people
• Belief in young people and in helping them take more active roles in their communities
• Experience of working in a fast-paced and demanding environment

Beneficial:
• Experience working directly with groups of young people aged 14-19
• Experience of working in a residential youth environment
• Experience working in partnership with schools, youth or community organisations

We also look for all employees to show the following characteristics:
• Trust-building: Works hard to build trust with people. Brings people together in the community
• Responsibility-taking: Takes responsibility for actions and attitudes. Claims and solves problems in the community
• Understanding and Empathy: Works to understand others – their strengths, fears and needs. Ready to stand up for someone who is different

Requirement

All staff who work on NCS with The Challenge programme must have prior to starting work a returned satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) dated since 30 April 2013 and two satisfactory references regarding their suitability to work with young people. The Challenge will assist the application for, and pay for the processing of, a new DBS for staff members where required.

Further details

This is an excellent opportunity to be involved with an exciting programme which has tangible results for the young people involved. The role is demanding and fast-paced but highly rewarding. The compensation for this contract role is £1,190 per three-week programme. This payment includes pay in lieu of annual leave and is subject to tax and National Insurance deductions. Staff will be paid through The Challenge Network payroll on a monthly basis after completion of the programme. Staff can only claim for travel expenses incurred during the delivery of the programme, and not to and from either the residential or community part of the programme.

To apply

To see timing and location options and to apply, please visit [contact details removed] .

NCS with The Challenge is part of the National Citizen Service programme.

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Duration
14 days + 2 days training

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Foster Carer - change a child's life!

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E-Recruit Solutions
Salary
From £17,500 to £39,000 per year + Generous benefits
Location
Birmingham
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Foster Carers are sought to join the UK’s largest Fostering & Adoption charity and voluntary agency to care for a child in their own homes on a full time basis. Working in nine offices across England, Wales and Scotland, they work hard to provide effective fostering services and campaigns on behalf of children and young people in care.

* Foster Carer / Foster Parent
* Birmingham
* £17,500 - £39,000 per annum, dependent on placement (£39k for specialist Child & Parent placements)
* Holiday and festival allowances

Becoming a Foster Carer requires dedication, a caring nature and a huge amount of time and energy. In return, you’ll receive a generous allowance and 24 hour support, alongside a greatly rewarding career.

To become a Foster Carer, you will need to possess the following:
- A spare bedroom in your home for a foster child
- Experience of caring for children or young people
- A caring nature
- The time and energy to look after a child or young person
- Full time availability or a flexible work pattern

Children placed with this agency’s Foster Carers prosper in a loving home environment. Plus, as a charity, their surplus income is channelled back into service provision to provide additional training, support and activities for their carers and young people.

If you think you have what it takes to become a Foster Carer, and really make a difference to a child’s life, please click to apply!


If the details shown on your CV match our client's requirements, we will provide our client with your full details so that they can judge whether you may be suitable for the opportunity advertised. Your details, as submitted by you, will only be used in relation to this specific opportunity. We may also use your details to contact you by email about free careers advice. By applying to this advert and submitting your CV and/or cover letter to us, you give express consent to us using your details for these purposes.

eRecruit Solutions is a flat fee online recruitment company, who actively recruit for the following roles: Fostering, Child Care, Social Work, Foster Carer, Child Support, Social Care, Residential Carer, Youth Worker, Foster Parent in Birmingham

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Foster Carer / Foster Parent

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E-Recruit Solutions
Salary
From £420 to £1,261 per week + Generous benefits
Location
Coventry
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

8 Foster Carers needed in expanding team!

This national children's charity is offering excellent opportunities for 8 brand new Foster Carers in and around Coventry and the Midlands.

If you have a spare bedroom, enjoy being around young people and would like to join a friendly team that changes the long term future of children in their care, then they want to talk to you. They are looking for people who are understanding, resilient and can develop trusting relationships with children who have had traumatic experiences and may have had a number of moves in care.

Work for a not for profit organisation, that always puts the child's needs first, and receive:
* Outstanding support and around the clock support
* Extensive training and development including NVQ qualifications
* £420 - £1261 per week in fees and allowances per week/month during placements (depending on the type of care) plus additional tax benefits
* Paid planned breaks

To become a Foster Carer you will need to possess the following:
* Experience of working with or caring for children - this could be through family contact, being a parent, volunteering or employment
* A spare bedroom in your home and be over the age of 21 (in some circumstances this might be higher)
* Energy, commitment, willingness to learn and ability to see behind behaviour
* The ability to care for a child full time in your own home and able to prioritise fostering over any other roles (if you are considering part time - there might be opportunities too)

This fostering organisation works with over 50,000 children and young people and runs 600 services across the UK. They tackle issues such as child neglect and abuse whilst offering a range of innovative services to children in care, disabled children, young people and families. There is a huge shortage of Foster Carers in the UK, and this organisation is recruiting carers to help give children and young people the care and support they need to thrive in a family home environment.

Please click to apply for the opportunity to become a Foster Carer in and around Coventry and the Midlands!



If the details shown on your CV match our client's requirements, we will provide our client with your full details so that they can judge whether you may be suitable for the opportunity advertised. Your details, as submitted by you, will only be used in relation to this specific opportunity. We may also use your details to contact you by email about free careers advice. By applying to this advert and submitting your CV and/or cover letter to us, you give express consent to us using your details for these purposes.

eRecruit Solutions is a flat fee online recruitment company, who actively recruit for the following roles: Fostering, Child Care, Social Work, Foster Carer, Child Support, Social Care, Residential Carer, Youth Worker, Foster Parent in Coventry

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Residential Childcare Worker Opportunities (Social Care) BLUR11064

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Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd
Salary
From £15,392 to £17,680 per year
Location
Bidford and Salford
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Residential Childcare Worker Opportunities (Social Care) BLUR11064
Bidford-on-Avon Warwickshire
Salary £15,392 - £17,680 – Depending upon Experience

Our client are a leading provider of residential childcare, fostering and education services for children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. With 27 Ofsted "Outstanding" Provider Awards, they are at the forefront in delivering high quality care and education. The organisation has recently embarked on an exciting and innovative expansion programme across the UK

With this continued growth, they now have opportunities available for Residential Childcare Workers to join them in Warwickshire.

As a Residential Childcare Worker, you will be responsible for providing day to day care for their Young People, whether this is supporting them in activities, education or statutory meetings relating to their time in residential care. Working as a team you will ensure the home is kept to a good standard to include cooking and cleaning.

Candidates will be provided with excellent training and support and have access to undertake the Children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma within their own NVQ Centre if you do not hold relevant qualifications.

Excellent opportunities are available including a formal Management Development Programme which will lead to the completion of the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Heath & Social Care, Children & Young People Services.

These roles require an enhanced DBS Check

Please be aware that you must be over 21 years of age to apply for this role due to the age range of the young people whom they work with. Due to the nature of this role and the industry, the position will require you to work shifts, including sleeping and waking nights. (These roles are exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulation 2006.

This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via email.

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Team Leader Opportunities (Residential Care, Social Care, Childcare) BLUT11063

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Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd
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From £17,680 to £24,577 per year
Location
Bidford and Salford
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Team Leader Opportunities (Residential Care, Social Care, Childcare) BLUT11063
Bidford-on-Avon, Warwickshire
Salary from £17,680 - £24,577 Depending upon Experience (Incl Waking Nights/Sleeping Nights)

Our Client is a leading provider of residential childcare, fostering and education services for children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. With 27 Ofsted "Outstanding" Provider Awards, they are at the forefront in delivering high quality care and education. The organisation has recently embarked on an exciting and innovative expansion programme across the UK

With this continued growth, they now have opportunities available for Team Leaders in Bidford-on-Avon.

Within this role you will assist the Deputy Manager in achieving the aims and objectives set out in the Statement of Purpose. You will ensure each shift is planned and resources are allocated ensuring the staff team are able to meet the needs of Children & Young People. Leading a team you will ensure systems are developed to ensure the effective allocation of resources and will promote the efficient and effective operation of the Home.

Candidates for this role will be educated to GSCE standard and will hold an NVQ 3 in caring for Children & Young People with learning difficulties. Experience within a supervisory role and working within a residential setting with Young People with challenging behaviours is essential. Counselling Skills, Drugs Awareness Training and experience of acting as an appropriate adult (PACE) would be desirable, however is not essential.

These roles require an enhanced DBS Check

Please be aware that you must be over 21 years of age to apply for this role due to the age range of the young people whom we work with. Due to the nature of this role and the industry, the position will require you to work shifts, including sleeping and waking nights. (These roles are exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulation 2006.

This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via email.

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Residential Childcare Worker – Bank Staff (Social Care) BLUR11028

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Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd
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Competitive + £6.70 per hour + £20 per sleep in
Location
Hereford
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Residential Childcare Worker – Bank Staff (Social Care) BLUR11028
Opportunities across Hereford
£6.70 per hour + £20 per sleep in

Our Client is a leading provider of residential childcare, fostering and education services for children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. With 27 Ofsted "Outstanding" Provider Awards, they are at the forefront in delivering high quality care and education. The organisation has recently embarked on an exciting and innovative expansion programme across the UK

With this continued growth, they now have opportunities available for Residential Childcare Workers to join them across Hereford. The opportunities available are for Bank Staff which are on a zero hour contract and where you will be required to work on an ad hoc basis.

As a Residential Childcare Worker, you will be responsible for providing day to day care for their Young People, whether this is supporting them in activities, education or statutory meetings relating to their time in residential care. Working as a team you will ensure the home is kept to a good standard to include cooking and cleaning.

Candidates will be provided with excellent training and support and have access to undertake the Children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma within their own NVQ Centre if you do not hold relevant qualifications.

Excellent opportunities are available including a formal Management Development Programme which will lead to the completion of the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Heath & Social Care, Children & Young People Services.

These roles require an enhanced DBS Check

Please be aware that you must be over 21 years of age to apply for this role due to the age range of the young people whom they work with. Due to the nature of this role and the industry, the position will require you to work shifts, including sleeping and waking nights. (These roles are exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulation 2006.

This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via email.

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Residential Childcare Worker – Bank Staff (Social Care) BLUR11030

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Location
Worcester
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Part time

Residential Childcare Worker – Bank Staff (Social Care) BLUR11030
Opportunities across Leominster & Worcester
£6.70 per hour + £20 per sleep in

Our Client is a leading provider of residential childcare, fostering and education services for children and young people with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. With 27 Ofsted "Outstanding" Provider Awards, they are at the forefront in delivering high quality care and education. The organisation has recently embarked on an exciting and innovative expansion programme across the UK

With this continued growth, they now have opportunities available for Residential Childcare Workers to join them across Leominster & Worcester. The opportunities available are for Bank Staff which are on a zero hour contract and where you will be required to work on an ad hoc basis.

As a Residential Childcare Worker, you will be responsible for providing day to day care for their Young People, whether this is supporting them in activities, education or statutory meetings relating to their time in residential care. Working as a team you will ensure the home is kept to a good standard to include cooking and cleaning.

Candidates will be provided with excellent training and support and have access to undertake the Children & Young Peoples Workforce Diploma within their own NVQ Centre if you do not hold relevant qualifications.

Excellent opportunities are available including a formal Management Development Programme which will lead to the completion of the Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Heath & Social Care, Children & Young People Services.

These roles require an enhanced DBS Check

Please be aware that you must be over 21 years of age to apply for this role due to the age range of the young people whom they work with. Due to the nature of this role and the industry, the position will require you to work shifts, including sleeping and waking nights. (These roles are exempt from the Employment Equality (Age) Regulation 2006.

This is a Blue Octopus Recruitment Ltd vacancy who are operating as an employment agency. Once you have clicked to apply for this vacancy, we will then send you more information on the role including a copy of the application form via email.

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Foster Carer

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Fostering People
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From £402 to £402 per week
Location
Wolverhampton
Job term
Permanent
Job hours
Full time

Salary - A weekly fee of £402 per child
Working hours: Full-time
Job type: Permanent
Benefits: Membership of a benefits scheme aimed at the needs of foster carers
Industry sector: Domestic, Education & Teaching, Health, Nursing & Social Services, Miscellaneous, Public Sector

Fostering People is an Outstanding* Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) providing fostering services to Local Authorities across the UK.

We are an energetic and innovative independent fostering agency. Not restricted by our office base; we've been working locally within the communities we serve since 2000.

We are proud to be a preferred provider (the first port of call) to our local authority customers, with a reputation for high quality foster placements across the UK.

Our robust and dedicated foster carers, influence change on young vulnerable lives every day. Our friendly and approachable team of professionals go the extra mile to support our foster carers, offering up-to-date, appropriate foster carer training and support groups to all our carers and we take a pride in being your local fostering agency.

Make a Difference!
We are looking to recruit foster carers to look after children and young people across the North East, North West, East Midlands, West Midlands and Wales. Becoming a foster carer is a challenge like no other, but with our support, guidance and training you could make a real difference to a child's life.
The rewards are substantial including:
- A weekly fee of £402 per child
- 24 hour support, 7 days a week
- Excellent on-going training
- working as part of a small, professional team

If you have a positive attitude, enjoy a challenge and have a spare bedroom then please click the apply button.


*Fostering People was rated Outstanding in a recent Ofsted inspection. The full report is available on our website.

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