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“The stability of the staff team is a major factor in the positive outcomes for the children and young people. Staff report how well supported they feel. Regular supervision sessions and work with the therapist ensure that they remain skilled to fulfil their roles. All the staff regularly undertake specialist training to meet young people’s individual needs."

                                                               -Quote from Ofsted Inspection report March 2019

Absolute Childrens Services understands the crucial need to retain a resilient, versatile work force that are committed to positive outcomes for the young people within their care. ACS values commitment and the impact a stable, experienced and established team can have in supporting young people. We are committed to investing in training and development, promoting from within the team where possible.  Individual experience, skills and CPD provide our therapeutic care team with the necessary training to develop e.g. from a residential carer to becoming a manager etc

Absolute Childrens services are committed to investing in our employees and developing their skills and confidence to give them the ability to take on new roles within the company if they so wish. An extensive mandatory training programme will be completed upon employment, along with specialist training to enable you to support the young people to flourish and for you to reach your full potential.

We would require that potential candidates complete a satisfactory Enhanced DBS, satisfactory references and have a full clean driving license along with the right to work in the UK.

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We are currently hiring

See below for pending positions.

Becky

Senior Carer

I entered the company as an RCW but thanks to the support of the management team, and the company's comprehensive training, I am now a fully qualified senior member of the team. This isn't just a job, this is my career

Derrell

Responsible Individual

I began my employment with ACS as a Registered manager and thanks to the support of the Directors and our care team, achieved outstanding ratings with Ofsted.

I am now extremely proud to be the Responsible Individual for the company providing the highest levels of therapeutic care and support, along with outstanding results for all the young people in our care.

Rebecca

Therapist

-“As a Therapist you hope that you are given the opportunity to do something positive, to enrich a client’s state of mind and see them transform, within Absolute Children’s services, I see this daily. It's a joy to witness their incredible journeys. ”

Debra

Director of Care

Resilient, committed, empathetic, compassionate, resourceful and professional are some of the words that describe our care team and why they achieve outstanding results for young people in their care.  

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Senior Residential Carer -

Taking applications for Clumber

-Worksop, Nottinghamshire

The role of a senior carer within a Children’s Home is diverse and challenging which requires flexibility, effective planning and the ability to promptly respond to challenging situations. The role will involve shift work, including nights and weekends.

Person Specification for the role:

  • Level 3 residential childcare Diploma or equivalent

  • Be active team player with good communication skills both written and verbal

  • Good organisational skills

  • You must be flexible, sometimes with short notice.

  • A minimum of 18 months’ experience in residential childcare

  • You must have a full clean driving license

  • Due to the standards set by the regulatory body candidates applying for this role must be over 21 years old.

We will offer the following benefits:

  • All mandatory, therapeutic and restorative practice training

  • opportunities to develop your career.

  • 28 days annual leave

  • Overtime at enhanced rate

  • Enrolment onto Pension scheme

  • Ongoing CPD

  • DBS paid for by the company after completion of probationary period.

If you feel this is a role for you to apply, please email your contact details to hr@absolutechildrensservices.com

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Residential Carers -

Taking applications for Clumber -Worksop, Nottinghamshire & The Old Barn, Epworth, Doncaster.

The role of a carer within a Children’s Home is diverse and challenging which requires resilience, empathy and the ability to promptly respond to challenging situations. The role will involve shift work, including nights and weekends. We wish to employ people who want to make a difference to young people’s lives by being positive role models, who are fun to be around having a caring and compassionate nature. You will need to have a desire to make a positive difference to Childrens lives with the ability to support our young people to make positive choices.

Person Specification for the role:

  • You must have a full clean driving license 

  • Complete a satisfactory enhanced DBS.

  • Satisfactory references

  • You must have the right to work in the UK

  • Be active team player with good communication skills both written and verbal

  • Experience in residential childcare would be advantageous but not essential. 

We will offer the following benefits:

  • All mandatory training, therapeutic training, restorative practice training

  • Diploma in residential childcare funded by ACS,

  • opportunities to develop your career.

  • 28 days holidays

  • Competitive rates of pay

  • Continued CPD

  • DBS paid for by the company after completion of probationary period

If you feel this is a role for you to apply, please email your contact details to hr@absolutechildrensservices.com