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Cherry Trees

Senior Children's Care Worker

Job Type

Permanent

Region

South East

Salary

Location

£23,000-£26,000

Posted Date

14 October 2022

Surrey

Closing Date

21 October 2022

We are looking for an enthusiastic, energetic and fun-loving individual to join Cherry Trees' amazing care team.

Cherry Trees provides day-time and over-night “home from home” respite to children with a range of disabilities in a stimulating environment.

Working a shift that might be morning / evening / weekend you will look after and work in a team with other carers looking after the children and young people who come to Cherry Trees. Shift patterns are typically an early shift of 7am-2.15pm, late shift of 1.45pm – 9pm and day shifts of 10am-6pm. Shift patterns are 3-weekly with the Christmas period off.

Full-training is given as is the opportunity to build your career with us.

How to apply:

Please email a copy of your up-to date CV to: care@cherrytrees.org.uk

All initial applicants CVs will be reviewed before being selected to receive a short application form and further information.

If you have any queries please call our friendly team on 01483 222506.

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