Therapeutic Care Worker - Earn Psychotherapy Qualification

£18000 - £25000 per annum
Nov 04, 2019
Dec 04, 2019
Josephine Hodge
Jobseeker Type
Entry Level and Graduate
Organization Type
Non-Profit and Associations
Contract Type
Full Time

Therapeutic Care Worker - Earn Psychotherapy Qualification

A Children's Charity is looking for a Care Worker to join one of their Residential Homes in Kent on a permanent basis. The Organisation has a long and successful history of providing integrated programmes of care, education and treatment for traumatised children and young people with complex emotional and psychological needs.

The role entails safeguarding and promoting the welfare and wellbeing of children and young people to develop to their full potential.

The Charity encourages and facilitates learning and development by offering opportunities to undertake further psychotherapeutic and management training, leading to a range of academic and professional qualifications.

To be considered you must have:

* Experience in working with children within a residential setting
* Have own car access
* Be willing to work evenings and weekends (with sleep in duties)

To apply please follow website direction or for more info please contact Josephine Hodge at NonStop Care.

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