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Children's Support Worker - Stockton

6 months ago


8 Hours Saturday/Sunday

The Role

We are a CQC Outstanding children’s Disability service commissioned by both Durham and Stockton Council. We work with children with Disabilities, and additional needs, such as autism.

We offer families respite support for children and young adults up to 25 years of age.

Our service offers:-

· Personal care

· Community Outreach

· Independent living skills

· Centre-based groups (across 4 family hubs in stockton and chester le street family hub)


Job Hours

Full Time and Part Time


Based on the needs of the child but can be

· From 3pm on weekdays during term time for children

· Weekends, anytime between 9am and 6pm

· School holidays, anytime between 9am and 6pm

· For those over 16 support may be needed from 9am until 3pm weekdays

As the role is sessional the working hours and time slots can be flexible


You may be asked to work the occassional bank holiday which is paid time and a half.


Information regarding ROC Group

We are a growing team and we are excited for its development! We provide high quality care for

children, young people and families in the Northeast . The Group have a focus on providing the best

quality care which shows in our Investors in Children Gold Award and CQC Outstanding at 4

consecutive inspections.

Our team are focused on working together, learning and development and recognising when someone is

doing a great job! We are the proud winners of the National Care Employer of The Year Award!

ROC Group is committed to the safeguarding and promotion of the welfare of children and it’s

service users and expects the team to share this commitment. This position is subject to

satisfactory references, pre-employment checks and a clear

enhanced DBS disclosure.

Essential Requirements:

Experience and knowledge of working with children with disabilities (preferred but will accept candidates with life experience)

Being able to safeguard our children and young people.

Being able to carry out personal care duties offering our children and young people dignity and respect throughout the session.

Being able to work together as a team.

Understanding Equality and Diversity.

Committed, Passionate, enthusiastic, motivated, professional. Have a clear vision for the future, Trustworthy.

Have a positive self-regard, having awareness of your strength’s and weaknesses.

Be clear about your vision and values always wanting the best outcomes for the children and young people.

Flexible working

Willing to learn new skills and personal development.

Ability to lone work

Ability to engage with young people in a positive and proactive approach

Sense of humour

Self-motivated and a positive nature


Sensitive and reflective


Honest and reliable

Ability to listen and empathise

Ability to assess risks

Effective communication skills: recording and report writing and verbal communication.

Awareness of non-verbal communication i.e. eye contact and personal space etc

A professional and caring value base i.e. consistency and empathy

Working individually and within a team

Experience of working with children. (preferrable)

Level 3 award in Health & Social Care (or willingness to work towards)

Openness and commitment to personal development identified training and professional development.


· Paid for DBS

· Westfield Health Cash Plan & Rewards

· Profit share scheme

· Refer a friend bonus

· Recognition scheme

· Credit Union Saving Scheme

· Paid for Level 4 on completion of probationary period

· Intensive induction and full training

· Holiday increases for length of service

· Time and a half paid for bank holidays worked

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