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Activity Residential Support Worker

  • Job Location

    Romsey, Hampshire

  • Start date

    January onwards

  • Duration


  • Job Benefits

    £23,337 - £24,133 pa depending on experience, qualifications & contracted hours. Enhancements to pay: Up to £7,500 per annum for sleep-ins, paid at £61


Could you be a positive role model and build trusting relationships with young people?

Do you have experience of working with vulnerable young people?

We are looking to recruit dynamic Activity Residential Support Workers for our ARC (Activity Residential Care) service. We work with vulnerable young people through short-term (3-month) programmes, building self-esteem and confidence to support transitions into long-term placements and education.

We engage our young people through a programme of adventurous activity and outdoor education that our staff team either facilitate or participate in.We have an AALA registered centre with on-site activities as well as working in collaboration with other local providers and sites.

Our young people can be challenging and present with emotional and behavioural difficulties, ADHD and Autism.

Shift pattern: 51 hours per week

Week 1: Mon, Tues, Sat & Sun

Week 2: Wed, Thurs & Fri


Purpose of the role:

  • Support or lead, where appropriate, a wide range of activities/daily tasks.
  • To provide a consistent, high-quality service that supports the assessed needs of residents and to advocate for their well-being.
  • Through activities, help residents develop self-esteem, a feeling of safety and personal strategies to deal with unhelpful behaviour and thoughts, and ultimately to achieve their optimum potential.
  • Support and promote a positive safeguarding culture.
  • To actively promote and engage in promoting creativity, openness and a strong teamwork ethic.
  • To support a culture where people are valued and supported to make a difference to the lives of others.

Why work for us?

  • Rewarding and fulfilling work with the chance to make a difference to the lives of others
  • Staff bonus after 2 years' service and subject to company performance
  • Commitment to high-quality support, on-going training and continued professional development
  • Readily available overtime
  • Staff Introduction Bonus
  • Be part of a supportive staff group with the focus on teamwork, employee well-being and engagement
  • High staff to child ratios and NO agency staff
  • All meals provided when on shift


Essential requirements:

  • Experience of supporting vulnerable young people within a residential care environment, or another professional setting.
  • You will be compassionate, resilient and committed to being a positive role model.
  • Confident in managing challenging behaviours.
  • Flexible, working a residential care rota which includes evening, weekends and holiday periods.

Desirable requirements:

  • A full UK driving licence and access to a car due to rural locations.

New Forest Care is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must be willing to undergo appropriate child protection screening, including employment references and DBS check.

About us

We are a growing company who provide specialist children’s residential care, education, activity residential care and therapy for young people who present with challenging social, emotional, educational and behavioural difficulties.


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