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Want to work in a children’s home that makes a positive, lasting difference to children’s lives? Compass Children’s Homes are largely rated Good or Outstanding by Ofsted and are looking for people like you to be join our brilliant teams.

Here at Compass we make a difference to children’s lives.

We understand that a child’s emotional development can depend on their age, ability and experience, but most importantly the access to a significant person in their life. A person who can help shape their future.

Could this be you?

You will have experience in working with children and young people on your CV.

Whilst the role has its challenges, the results you will see from the children you work with are incomparable.

What will I do as a Morning Assistant Residential Care Worker working for Compass Children’s Homes?

  • Using life skills, you will have the opportunity to make a huge difference within a child’s life. Helping them to overcome any difficulties or disadvantages they may face – allowing them to strengthen their future. You will meet a variety of children and young people, some of whom may require high levels of supervision and support. They may also require your guidance within education, training and employment.
  • You will have a great work/life balance. Our rota pattern which will be 7-9:30 Monday to Friday during term time.

Why work for Compass?
Compass knows how to make a house, a home. We understand that a home can embody how we live and see ourselves. Compass creates a home environment that exceeds the children’s needs, allowing them to express their characters, feel safe and enrich their lives. We pride ourselves on giving children who experience behavioural and emotional difficulties the highest quality care and substitute parenting.

As well as the children, Compass strives to look after you. We will supply excellent support and professional supervision as well as regular training opportunities and the chance to undertake further qualifications. We are committed to staff retention, development and equality.

If you think you can make a real difference to a child or young person’s life, apply today.

Please note that you must be 22 years old or above to apply. This is in lead by Ofsted regulations to ensure that all staff are at least 4 years older than the eldest young person in our homes. You must also have a valid driving licence.

The recruitment process aims to create and maintain a safe workforce and contains robust vetting procedures. The successful applicants will be appointed subject to references and enhanced DBS check.

The Compass Community values equality and diversity across our workforce and aims to ensure our staff community is reflective of the diversity of the children and young people within our care. In support of this commitment we welcome applications from individuals of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds.