Category Archives: Social Work

Mentors To Work With Looked After Children

We are looking for Mentors to join our residential child care team working positively with young people in homes across East Sussex. Starting salary £15,810 – £20,340 based on 44 hour week with the potential to earn an additional £3,740 for sleeping in allowance. 24 hour sleep-in shifts. Sometimes tough but always highly rewarding. A fantastic organisation to work for with ‘Investors in People: Gold’ status. To learn more about the inspiring work we do and for a full job description and application form, visit the Join Us page at our website. Our next group interview session will be held on 23rd July at our Head Office in Eastbourne (nb. A CV alone will not be considered).


Contact: 01323 410655

Care Workers

Smart, responsible and mature bank care worker required in the Selby area. Driver with own car essential. Must be available to work mornings and some weekends and evenings to help expand our small family home care business. Meets national living wage plus mileage.


Support Workers- Care Avenues ( London Office )

We need care support workers to provide support to service users in their own homes.
To provide support on a daily basis,to visit to help with daily tasks such as:-
Getting out of bed and dressing,undressing and going to bed.Personal care,cleaning, laundry or other domestic tasks the service user may require. Meal preperation, shopping,sitting with or accompanying to appointments/outings.
Supervision of medication.
NVQ2 required,refereces and enhanced CRB.

Contact Marilyn on 07704524856 or Gurdis on 07958374765.
Or email

Home Care Co-ordinator/Team Leader

Home Care Co-ordinator/Team Leader based in Suffolk for a small Care Company

30 hours a week including every weekend




Carers urgently required in Newbury and the surrounding area.
Full or part time.
Good rates of pay
Mileage allowance
Full training.
DBS checks essential.
No experience necessary
For information ring 01635 550611

Residential Support Worker for Children’s Home

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Residential Support Worker to work within one of our Children’s Residential homes in Ilford. Within this home we provide care for young people between the ages of 11 to 17 with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties.

The role of a Residential Support Worker is to support young people within a supported living service. Our Support Workers ensure that the young people receive the highest standard of support/care appropriate to their individual needs. The primary objective is to enable our young people to become emotionally stable and self sufficient in order to live independently. We achieve this by offering a space that is both safe and homely for young people to explore themselves, with a staff team that is unique, consistent and supportive.

Experience Required:
Experience of working with young people specifically within a residential environment
Experience of working with young people that have EBD

Qualifications Required:
NVQ Level L3 – Health & Social Care/Children & Young People’ s Workforce

Person Specification:
Excellent communicator both Written & Verbal
IT Literate (Word, Excel, Outlook etc)
Team Player
A passion for helping young people

We are committed to the promotion, development and progression of our staff. If you are a committed individual with a passion for providing high quality care then we would love to hear from you.

All successful candidates offered employment will be subject to compulsory screening checks, this will include employment references and a DBS check.

Contact: 020 8590 8000 or Email:

Heartwood House,
345 Green Lane,
Ilford, Essex,

Social Workers Needed!

Our client has job vacancies for Social Workers to work within a Referral and Assessment and Children Looked After Teams. These vacancies are an initial 3 month contract, the pay rates are up to £30 per hour (limited company worker).

Have you got a social work degree or equivalent?
Are you HCPC registered?
Do you have at least 2 years recent post qualified experience working within Children’s Services in the UK?

If you fit these requirements then you could be the ideal candidate.

Providing Section 17 support to families and children in need (CIN).
Producing initial child protection conference reports.
Conducting initial and core assessments.
Liaising with partnership agencies.
Meeting the needs of children and young people.
Carrying out home visits for monitoring purposes.

Contact to: 0208 518 8039

Homecare Support Worker

Join our expert team doing weekend work supporting vulnerable people in their own homes to be as independent as possible, with personal hygiene/care, cooking, companionship, cleaning you need to be able to work

Mondays to Fridays at the time people need assistance i.e. 7am-2.00pm &/or 2.30pm – 5.00pm, 5.00pm – 9.00pm

Carers to work in pairs – double up teams are also needed.

You will be moving from home to home throughout the day spending time with each client’s depending on their needs.

Drivers preferable but not essential.

You will require
- Right to work in the UK
- 2 reference covering 1 year period
- Current CRB issued within 1 year (or pay £44 for us to apply for one for you, so you can work with vulnerable people)

We have the Borough of Barnet contract to supply which includes EN5, EN4, N12, N20. We always need experienced and non experienced dedicated staff who can provide continuous support to our older clients. We will give you full training if you can commit to the hours and live in the above areas so you don’t have too far to travel.

Please call our Recruitment Team on 0208 441 6868 between 9am to 5pm or tell friends who would like to work in Home Care in these areas. We provide full training for home carers.
PCB has provided Home Care Support to the community for 27 years and is an equal opportunities employer


Become a foster carer with one of the most progressive independent fostering agencies in the UK and help a child in your community. We are recruiting foster carers in the Lambeth, Lewisham, Southwark and surrounding areas. At Sunbeam Fostering Agency we have dedicated staff that will be on hand to support and guide new carers throughout the fostering process. Learn more about what is fostering, and if you have what it takes to foster a child.

Foster Carer requirements:
• A spare bedroom.
• An ability to reflect on life experiences and mature through them.
• An ability to see beyond children’s behaviour and link it to past trauma where applicable.
• Empathy for and ability to nurture children traumatised by separation from birth families.
• Ability to work with a child’s parents, Local Authority, Sunbeam and other professionals.

Desirable attributes:
• Abundance of physical and emotional stamina.
• Previous experience of fostering or close involvement with someone who has fostered.
• Experience of working with children in a paid/unpaid capacity.
• A commitment to attend training events and support groups.
• A willingness to support a child’s/young person’s attendance at therapy.
• The provision of transport for the young person when necessary.
• You will need to be available in the daytime if the child needs you.
• Availability for all meetings and training opportunities.

Sunbeam Fostering Agency offers:
• Commitment to excellence
• Up to £550 allowance per child per week
• 24 hours support/ 7 days a week / 365 days a year
• Free NVQ3 Training

For online applications please visit our website.
Email applications can be sent to Clive Purnis. Alternatively you can phone Clive Purnis on 0192 4888 130 or request a phone call from one of our recruitment officers via our website.

Only legitimate candidates need apply, no calls from recruitment or marketing agencies will be accepted.

Homecare Support Worker

Join our friendly team doing care work supporting vulnerable people in their own homes, with personal hygiene/ care, cooking, companionship and cleaning.

Mondays to Fridays 6pm – 10pm and Saturday’s 8am-2pm & 4pm – 10pm.

You will be working in a double up team as a carer and the driver. A smart car will be provided including all expenses paid by Personnel and Care Bank.

You will be moving from home to home throughout the day spending time with each client depending on their needs.

We require you to have:
- Right to work in the UK
- 2 references covering 1 year
- Current police check (or pay £44 for us to apply for one for you)
- A good level of verbal and written English
- Live in North London
- A full UK clean driving licence.

We always need experienced and non experienced dedicated staff that can provide continuous support to our clients. We will give you full training if you can commit to the hours and live in North London.

Please call our Recruitment Team on 0208 441 6868 between 9am to 5pm or tell friends who want to work in Home Care in North London. Remember we can provide full training.
PCB Homecare has provided Home Care Support to the community for 27 years and is an equal opportunities employer


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