HAYS: Relief Social Care Worker
Relief Social Care Worker
Your New Company
Your new company is a National Children’s and Adults Residential Service, based primarily in the Dublin and Meath area. This growing organization provides residential service for a variety of service users including children and adolescents who are in the care of the state and may be experiencing emotional, behavioral or family problems, as well as service for Adults with Intellectual Disability.
Most of the service users have a variety of complex needs, however your new company enables positive and identifiable change, for the children, young people, adults and families who use their service and believe in building secure futures for each of their service users.
Your new role
Your new role as Relief Social Care Worker will involve a broad range of duties including, acting as a role model for the service users, promoting independent living, and assisting them in achieving their full potential. In addition to this, you will build a positive and trustworthy relationship with each service users, identify supports and work in partnership with the children, their family and other external supports to lead them in fulfilling their end goal.
What you’ll need to succeed
As a successful applicant to your new role, you will be qualified to Level 7/8 in Social Care, or other relevant discipline, your qualification must also be verified by the college institution. In addition to this, you will be immediately available to commence your new relief role and will be open to varies shift patterns. You will have recent and relevant experience as either a Social care Worker or Support Worker.
What you’ll get in return
In return, you will receive an hourly rate of €13.50 on Monday to Saturday and €20 an hour for Sundays. You will gain experience from a leading Residential Service, who believe in the growth and development of their staff. They provide structured support services, ranging from team debriefs and regular supervision through to scheduled sessions with their Consultant Psychotherapists and reflection days. You will receive excellent onsite training, this starts with comprehensive advance training, is continued through into their Induction and Buddy programme and on into the regular tailored training modules throughout each staff members career.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, email Orlaith.Nangle@hays.com with an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position within Social Care, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.