We are looking for a diverse group of loving, compassionate and creative people, who will be able to build supportive relationships with children (mainly teenagers).
Place of work: Wirral, Merseyside
Job terms: Part-time
As a bank residential care practitioner, you will build relationships with young people on an individual and group basis, engaging in fun and practical activities with them, both in and outside the home.
Bank staff primarily support when cover is needed in the home, such as annual leave, training, and sickness. The hours are flexible, and you can pick up shifts that suit you. Due to the nature of the role, you will need to be able to cover shifts at short notice and we do ask that you do a minimum of three shifts a month so that you can build meaningful relationships with children in our care, and the wider team.
Some of your responsibilities will include:
Ensure that all children and young people in Juno Oxton will receive excellent care and are supported to reach targets and achieve the best outcomes.
Be responsible for safeguarding children and young people, striving to meet all their needs.
Maintain accurate records, in line with our policies and adhere to the requirements of Ofsted.
Help provide a warm, comfortable home by maintaining a clean, safe, and welcoming environment.
Work with the wider system of professionals for each child, and with children's families and communities of origin to sustain links and understand past problems.
Who are we looking for?
In the role, we want Bank colleagues who are nurturing and caring, honest and reliable. People who are positive role models for our children and young people, who can bring fun, laughter, and activities to encourage and form positive relationships with children and young people.
You will have:
At least 1 year of voluntary or paid experience in working with 10-20 year olds
An understanding of the risks and issues facing children in care
An understanding of how to keep children safe and protect them from abuse, neglect, exploitation or other types of harm
Full, clean driving licence
Great communication skills and ability to collaborate
You’ll need to be comfortable with unpredictable situations and be flexible
Application deadline - 1st of May
Post to commence in June
Send your CV and answers to the following questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
What experience do you have of working with 10-20-year-olds?
Do you have a UK driving licence?
Do you have the right to work in the UK?
Are you over 21?
What attracts you to working for Juno?
You will be invited to a short video call to meet the hiring manager
You will be invited to a full-day assessment event in Liverpool on the 13th of May
If successful, you will be invited to a final stage interview w/c the 15th of May
Download the full job pack for further information:
We're always open to full-time Social Care Practitioner applications. Find out more here.
Interested but not quite ready to apply?
Send us an email at Hello@wearejuno.org and we will keep your details on file for future roles, or help you otherwise.