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Youth Support Worker job in Bristol

Job Description

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking a flexible job to build on their knowledge and experience within the Social Care sector.

You will provide supported accommodation for homeless young people aged 16 to 25 (including care-leavers) within our higher support hostel, located in central Bristol. Provide emotional support and practical help to enable our young people to develop their independent living skills, including managing a home to enable them to work towards their aspirations and successfully move on.

About the role

Provide emotional support and practical help to enable our young people to develop their independent living skills, including managing a home to enable them to work towards their aspirations and successfully move on.

You will play a vital role in providing a listening ear to young people, whether that is catching up on their news or helping them sort out a problem.

In return for your experience we offer competitive and weekly pay, free online training, flexible shifts, holiday pay and the opportunity to build your experience and knowledge.

If you are interested in the role click apply now

Additional Information

The role of a Hostel Worker

The role of a Hostel Worker is focused on support and enabling, rather than predominantly personal care, and involves providing advice and guidance as part of a range of support activities rather than a specialist service.

Hostel Workers work in teams with other professionals, including managers, social workers, other outreach and community support workers, drug action groups, youth offending services, and with the police, education authority and schools, health authorities and housing departments etc.

Furthermore this may also include individual support and counselling via such activities as shopping with people who need care and support, taking them to appointments, developing everyday skills such as how to make a cup of tea or prepare and cook a meal safely, or simply being with them in their home environment.

During the night, you will ensure the safety of the service users are met, ensuring that the noise level is kept low and some domestic tasks.

Hostel Workers usually work in temporary housing settings with long or short-term residents, others provide support within the local community for individuals who are in supported housing or living independently.

Benefits:
  • Working as part of a friendly, established team
  • 24 hour On Call Service in place
  • Flexibility to choose where, when and how much you want to work
  • Competitive pay rates
  • Recommend-a-friend scheme
  • Award winning company
  • Online Services to access to your information; payslips, request holiday pay
  • Full booking confirmation before you start
  • Access to FREE Training Courses and personal development
  • Respected reputation throughout the Social Care and recruitment industry
Experience:
Please be advised that we require a minimum 6 months paid social care experience or 12 months relevant voluntary experience.
DBS:
We are fully committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. All applicants must undertake a robust recruitment procedure and hold a fully enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check.

Please contact New Directions Social Care for more information on this job vacancy, on 0117 314 3512, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.

Last modified: 15th February 2019


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