Specialist Childcare Worker

Ongoing recruitment

Hourly rate: Rate of pay dependent on experience, £7.20-£8.04 per hour (plus holiday pay at 12.07%)
Hours of work: Variable hours, on an "as and when" basis
Location: Wakefield

The role:

KIDS the national charity and leading service provider for disabled children is looking for Specialist Childcare Workers within Wakefield to provide childcare solutions to meet the individual needs of disabled children/young people and working parents

Are you looking for a job that is full of activity, is sometimes challenging, and always satisfying? Then being a KIDS Specialist Childcare Worker may be just what you are looking for!

This service is funded by Wakefield Council and is a dual registered specialist childcare service with Care Quality Commission and Ofsted. The job involves providing childcare within the child’s home, or providing childcare within a holiday childcare setting.

If you do have experience of working with disabled children or young people – great! However, it is more important that you are friendly, caring, willing to learn and enjoying being with children and young people.

You will need to be available to work flexibly as working includes after school care and school holidays across Wakefield district.

KIDS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.  Therefore, we expect all workers and employees to share this commitment.

KIDS will provide you with training, and you will be fully supported throughout your employment.

Job description           Person specification

To apply:

Download and complete an application form.

Please send completed applications to Shelley McIntyre to Wakefield@kids.org.uk or post to:

Office Suite 7, Biz Space Business Park
Denby Dale Road

For further information please contact Shelley McIntyre by email or telephone 01924 379015.

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