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Residential Childcare Worker - Exciting Location

Job Reference: DL/89021/58

Employer/Agency Name: NonStop Recruitment

Location: England

Job Sector: Public Sector, Not for Profit

Salary/Package: £26.88k-£32.64k

Duration: 3 Months

Date Posted: 06/12/2017

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Children's Residential Care worker - Exciting Location

NonStop’s client, based on an island location are looking for Residential Childcare Workers with experience of caring for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties and also with children with autism/epilepsy. They are able to offer long term contracts of 9 months giving you stability.

If you have a thirst for adventure and a love for an active lifestyle this could be perfect. Fantastic wildlife, walks, fishing, mountains etc. Excellent museum, friendly people and great kids to work with will await. Units are small with a manageable workload meaning less stress for you.

They have accommodation available at lower than the local market rate saving you time and money looking for a place.

Interviews will take place as and when strong candidates become available, if you are interested don't delay and send across your CV today.

What my client offers:

• Telephone interviews, saving you a costly commute
• Outside IR35
• 9 Month contracts meaning more stability for you
• A positive working environment with colleagues from a variety of backgrounds
• Beautiful location
• Lower workload and less stress
• Sleep ins for £45 per night
• Free flight over to the island and back

If this opportunity does not appeal, perhaps you know someone who it will. We offer a referral fee of £200, you could make a friend very happy and have some cash to spend yourself!

For a confidential chat about this, or any of the many Social Work roles we have throughout the country, please ring 0207 940 2100 and ask for David Lord at NonStop Care. Alternatively you can email me on d.lord@nonstop-care.com with an updated word version of your CV.

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