Senior Residential Support Worker Information

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?

Candidates must have their NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Children’s and Young People Workforce. They must also have at least 2 years experiences within Residential Childcare and working alongside young people.

What will I do as a Senior 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.
  • Within this leadership role, you will not only ensure the welfare and care of each child but also give guidance and support to all residential workers.
  • You will be committed to making a difference, this includes being responsible for staff supervision, leading shifts, ensuring placement plans are followed, policies, procedures, risk assessments, rotas and making sure that education is supported.
  • You will have a great work/life balance. Our rota pattern which includes some evenings and weekends ensures consistency for the children and young people whilst providing you with flexibility and the means for training and progression