Residential Practitioner [Bradford] #5133407

To undertake the key worker role and implement care plans, devise behaviour management

plans ,risk assessments and health plans with support; this ensures children are cared for consistently.

To ensure that all children’s files are kept up- to- date and any remedial action is taken

Promptly. This not only ensures information held on children is accurate, it contributes to the inspection process.

To supervise the day to day physical and emotional needs of the children in accord with

Racial; Cultural; Religious; linguistic and dietary needs. This ensures children and young people are supported to go to school, enjoy leisure activities, stay healthy and also safe.

To participate in the development of Trainee Residential Practitioners. Sharing knowledge and experience with new starters.

To adhere to all the requirements in relation to the Safe Handling of Medication and follow all relevant procedures in line with Departmental Policy. Make sure children receive any medicines at the right dosage and at the prescribed times.

To ensure confidentiality of information in line with the Data Protection Act.

Responsibility to ensure that all mandatory training is undertaken and kept up –to –date.


To provide day -to –day 24hr care to a group of young people, some may

Have physical or learning disabilities /Autism. Some may have suffered neglect or abuse. All

are likely to display some challenging behaviour.

It will be working unsocial hours and shifts on a rota including some weekends and

Bank holidays.

Tasks will include some shopping, cleaning and cooking. Assisting children with their

Personal care and hygiene. Carrying out tasks a parent would do.

To obtain, transmit and record information both verbally, written and electronically.

To engage in physically activities and tasks including walking, bending moving and handling

And leisure activities with young people.

Responsible for access to petty cash and /or amenity monies for outdoor activities.

Responsibility for young people’s belongings and money. Access to equipment and property

Used in the course of duties.

Supervising children/young people overnight on trips, holiday’s as required.

Able to be mobile to attend meetings, appointments at Doctors, Schools, Social Work

Offices across the District as required.

Undertake training as required.


Professional Qualifications:

Required to have :

An in date Enhanced DBS (within 12 months) Childrens and Adults.

Level 3 Diploma in Children’s Workforce

( Equivalent ; NVQ 3 Caring for children and young people, NVQ 3 Early years and

Education: NVQ 3 promoting Independence. Certificate in Residential Care.

BA in Social Work. NVQ level 4 Health and Social Care. CSS, Degree in Youth and

Community Work; Degree in Childhood Studies )


Skills; Accredited Team Teach Training Basic Child Protection Training.Basic Maths and EnglishLEVEL 3 Children and Young People Health and Social Care or equivilentMoving and Handling, Managing behaviour, Person care skills, Communication skills /written.

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