Assistant Care Manager - Small Group Homes
|Salary:||£32,798 - £35,336 + Sleep In Allowance|
|Job Type:||Full Time, Permanent|
|Category:||City Council (External Vacancy)|
Directorate: Children and Family Services
Section: Children's Social Care
Grade: Level 10
Hours: Average of 37 hours per week. You will work on a rota which will include evenings, weekends and bank holidays. You will also be required to sleep in, when rostered to do so.
Closing Date: 30 August 2022
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to work in Stoke on Trent city council small group homes. We are looking for passionate and committed workers who have the resilience to work with complex situations, be flexible and support a group of staff managing complex behaviours. You will work on rota to support the manager in running the home to get the best possible outcomes for our children. You will join an excellent team of managers who will support you with training, development and induction to ensure you are ready for the challenges. If you want to make a difference for our children and young people we would welcome you to our service.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and we expect all our employees and volunteers to share this commitment. This position is exempt under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the successful applicant will be subject to a criminal record check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).
Please note that if an employee who is currently at risk of redundancy within the organisation applies for this vacancy their application will receive priority. If this happens you will be advised accordingly.
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