Whether as a Residential Worker, Learning Support Assistant, Manager or any other role within Ethelbert Children's Services, we can guarantee that your career will be stimulating, challenging and extremely rewarding. No two days will be the same and the variety of responsibilities you undertake will ensure that you develop your existing skills and learn many more along the way.
You'll receive comprehensive support and training from day one when you'll be introduced to a six-month induction programme, designed to equip you with all the basic skills and knowledge required to achieve success in your chosen field. You'll then quickly progress towards achieving a nationally recognised qualification that will serve to enhance your professionalism and assist your ongoing career progression. Ongoing training and development opportunities are available through our dedicated, City & Guilds accredited, training and development centre.
We are always interested to hear from experienced care workers, education staff, managers and specialists, as well as people that are considering a career working with children and young people for the very first time. As a progressive and fast growing organisation, we often have vacancies in a number of fields and look to recruit individuals of all ages from a wide variety of backgrounds and professions.
Ethelbert Children's Services operate and actively promote equal opportunities and value diversity in all areas of our work and in the recruitment of team members and foster carers. To support this, we are keen to increase currently under-represented sections of our communities and encourage applications from a cross-section of society, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, faith, age or disability.
If you would like to know more about working with children and young people, or wish to register your interest in working at Ethelbert Childrens Services, please telephone our Personnel Department on 01843 823762, or contact us directly from here.