- Employer: Birmingham Children's Trust
- Reference: BCT/23/233110
- Published: Fri 17/03/2023, 12:03 PM
- Closing on: Sun 02/04/2023, 12:03 PM
- Working Pattern: Full Time, Part Time
- Hours: 35 hours per week, Part time hours are also considered
- Salary: £20,812 - £22,777 pro-rata to hours worked (with night allowance this is from £24,238- £26,760 pro rata to hours worked)
- DBS Check: Enhanced
- Location: Bridgelands - Tile Cross, Birmingham
Night Wake Officers - Children's Residential Services - Bridgelands
The Trust is investing in an exciting new residential provision in Tile Cross Birmingham, a three bedded home for children who have emotional and behavioural difficulties . The home will provide a up to three placements in an emergency for children 8 to 17years.
Birmingham Children’s Trust is going from strength to strength. We are the largest provider of family support and social care services for children, young people and families in the country. Our goal is to become a center of excellence in both social care and family support.
As part of Birmingham Childrens Trust the residential service benefit from then partnerships across the trust and work with Social Care Services, Education and Health to provide wholistic services and the best package of care to children.
The provision is Ofsted registered and operate within the legal framework of The Childrens Homes Regulations and The Quality Standards 2015. The roles are subject to satisfactory DBS check, references and a 6 month probationary period.
For this role we are looking for someone who has at least 2 years’ experience of working with children with complex needs. You will need to hold the QCF level 3 or equivalent or be willing to undertake the qualification within 6 months of starting the role.
You with teammates will be responsible for the care of the children at night; this will include Assisting with the safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Observing and reporting, in writing, on the behaviour and care needs of the young people during the night. Working with other agencies to safeguard children, for example reporting children missing to the police, working with the emergency duty team to admit children out of hours.
You will also be expected to undertake some laundry duties and contribute to the general running of the home. You will be expected to undertake a range of training and development this will usually be in the daytime.
The Trust pay an enhanced night allowance of time and a third for hours worked between 8pm and 6am.
For informal enquiries contact Sam Walker 07395883918