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  • Writer's pictureAlisdair Adams

Senior Night Support Workers - £29,689 - £31,054 - Cranborne, Dorset.

Call/email Ellie or Alisdair at Integritas for a full job description and an application form.

Location: Cranborne, Dorset

Salary: £13.05-£13.65 per hour + £25 per night shift worked (approx. an additional £4,000 per year)

Annual Salary: £29,689 - £31,054

Hours:  7.45pm-8.15am- 4 on 4 off shifts- average of 43.75 hours per week. Part time hours will also be considered.

You MUST have:

  • Level 3 Diploma or equivalent for Children or Adults

  • Experience of working within this age range 16 - 25 year olds

  • Relevant knowledge and experience of special needs environment(s).

  • Understanding of the Safeguarding principles and/or DOLs procedures

  • Experience of a range of approaches to managing and de-escalating challenging behaviours.

  • Experience working within support/care roles

  • Basic First Aid


  • Life assurance

  • Pension

  • Perkbox - offering high street discounts

  • Employee assistance programme

  • Car lease scheme

  • Fully funded training and qualifications

  • Bike to work scheme

  • Free membership to our Health cash back plan - Claim back money on services such as dental, optical, physio and many more.

At this College, they support young people between the ages of 16 and 25 who have additional social, emotional and mental health needs, by preparing them for adult life and facilitating their transition into further education, training or employment. 

They’re currently looking for a number of Senior Night Support Workers to assist students at home (on-site) and during off-site activities.

The main purpose of the role:

The role is about supporting your Night Team Manager (and deputising in their absence) in working with a team of Support Workers to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety and welfare of young people first.

The role will provide appropriate physical and emotional support to young people through the work of the support team within residential environments and with off-site activities. 

Key duties:

  • Work directly and flexibly with all young people including covering absenteeism supporting on and off-site activities.

  • Ensure that all young people receive a high standard of care and live in a safe, clean and homely environment.

  • Ensure that each young person is treated as an individual, for instance bedrooms being personalised

  • Ensure that the health needs of the young people are met at all times

  • Take responsibility for the shift including making decisions regarding staffing levels and allocation in the absence of the Night Team Manager.

  • Complete regular supervisions and support the process of formal performance review.

  • Ensure Keyworker responsibilities are carried out

  • Take team meetings once a month

  • Keep records accurate and up-to-date in order to ensure information on the young person supports and informs reviews and development plans for the individual including documentation relating to learning, behaviour and well-being outcomes.

Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.

Successful applicants will be subject to pre-employment safeguarding checks including an enhanced disclosure and barring service (DBS) check.

The post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and we are therefore permitted to ask job applicants to declare all convictions and cautions (including those which are "spent" unless they are "protected" under the DBS filtering rules) in order to assess their suitability to work with children.

Integritas Education Recruitment Ltd is acting as an employment business for this position.

As a result of the volume of applications, If we have not contacted you within two weeks of your application being received, then regretfully your application will not be taken forward on this occasion.


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