Care Team Leader - Part Time or Full Time

£19760 - £20800 Per Annum
13 May 2019
10 Jun 2019
NFP People
Contract Type

Our client is looking for a Team Leader with experience of working in residential care for Children and Young People.

They provide residential placements, providing direct and indirect care and support of children who have complex medical/clinical needs which could include long term ventilation needs, tracheostomy care, sensory impairments, personal mobility difficulties, communications difficulties.

Position: Team Leader
Location: Liverpool
Hours: Part time/Full Time, Waking Nights (guaranteed hours), 40 hours per week – over a 7 day rota including evening and weekend shifts, Sleep-ins
Salary: £19,760 - £20,800 per annum, overtime, paid sleep-ins and additional Bank Holiday pay also available
Benefits: Full induction process, outstanding training opportunities, development and career progression, opportunities to gain recognised qualifications, free DBS screening, flexible working

About the Role of Team Leader:

All children have theright to a full and enjoyable life irrespective of their needs or abilities and our client is known for going the ‘extra mile’, their homes are registered with OFSTED and rated as either ‘GOOD’ or ‘OUTSTANDING’.This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Team Leader to work in this fantastic environment.

You will support the Registered Manager by leading the shift team in the direct support work of the children / young people and to ensure that the highest standards of care are in place.

Promoting the needs of the children / young people and provide opportunities to advance their opportunities and life experiences in a positive manner. You will actively take part in the recruitment of new team members.

About You:

As Team Leader you will need experience of working in Residential Children’s homes and supporting children and young people with complex health needs will be a distinct advantage.

You will have a level 3 qualification (or equivalent) in health and social care.

You will be a dedicated and empathic person with the ability to overcome difficult situations, setbacks and pressure and a willingness to get things done. You will be able to demonstrate the right attitude and commitment to their ethos and show empathy and sensitivity to the needs of others.

Ideally you will have experience of working with staff in a supervisory role. A full driving license would also be an advantage!

If you feel you have the necessary skills and are looking for a challenging and rewarding role, then apply today!

We very much welcome previous experience working as Team Leader, Senior Home Carer, Senior Care Worker, Health Care Assistant, Senior Support Worker, Nurses, Social Care Worker, Senior Care Assistant, Mental Health Care Worker, Team Leader Care, Complex Needs, Residential Home Leader, Care Coordinator, Children’s Unit Manager, Home Manager