Job Title: Children's Senior Residential support workerLocation: London, Kingston-Upon-ThamesSalary: £25,000 - £28,000 Plus annual bonus, and overtimeJob Type: Full TimeCameron & Cooper Limited is an innovative provider of specialist care, support and education to some of the most vulnerable young people in the UK, working closely with local authority partners to enable our young people to thrive, achieve independence and live more fulfilling lives.The RoleTo work within a team, in order to provide a safe and secure home for young people aged between 10 and 18. Promoting a caring environment which provides children and young people with a high standard of specialised personal care, meeting individual needs and ensuring everyone is treated with respect and dignity and rights to privacy, independence and choice are met. This role will be responsible for being a shift leader and a key worker to one young person placed at The Beech House. Therefore, you will be a role model to both young people and staff, which requires a good work ethic, integrity, openness and an ability to set firm boundaries with a caring approach. You will be based out of Hampton Hill for this position.Responsibilities includeEnsuring a firm, caring, consistent, well-ordered environment is maintained at all times.Supervising young people during the day including meal times and to proactively support/encourage the development in all areasTo actively promote and participate in care planning, developing risk assessments, behaviour management and to attend regular team meetings.Working as part of a team to provide a programme of evening, holiday & weekend activities for children and young people and to effectively manage small budgets, in relation to this.Liaising with other staff, professionals, parents and carers as necessary and maintaining high levels of professionalism at all times.Attend staff meetings, training days and important meetings to support the young people in our careTo maintain a log of all accidents, incidents or physical intervention and to challenge suspected inappropriate practice according to policies and procedures.To become a key worker for a child understanding that child's particular needs and as key worker to coordinate and organise the service to meet those needs.Person specificationExperience in a residential health and social care setting- ideally with children or in a role with transferable skillsAbility to shift lead and support other staffTherapeutic mindsetEmpathy to understand staff concernsInitiative in highlighting areas which are in need of improvement and creating your own solutionsStrong organisational, administrative and interpersonal skillsStrong ICT skills - report writing and updating risk assessments etc.Ability to have fun and ensure the young people are well cared forBenefits28 days per year holidayOvertime offeredMonthly training and clinical supervisionAnnual bonusPension schemeDISEmployee assistance programme, including counselling and mental health supportAccess to physiotherapy, medical support, remote GPPlease click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with the experience or relevant job titles of; child care, team leader, trainee, Support Worker, Care Worker, Care Assistant, Domiciliary Care Assistant, Senior Care Assistant, Team Leader, Care Work Assistant, Resident Care Assistant, Resident Care Worker, Care Worker, Elderly Care Assistant, Support Worker, Care, Support Assistant, Enabler, Healthcare Assistant will also be considered for this role.