St. John's School and College Refectory Rd, Falmer, Brighton BN1 9QU, UK
Job Description Title: Residential Waking Night Support Worker Hours: 10:00 pm to 10:00 am by rota Salary: St Johns Grade 6.1 Staff working 52 weeks: 4 nights per week = £19,897.20 per annum 3 nights per week = £14,922.90 per annum 2 nights per week = £9,948.60 per annum Staff working term time only: 4 nights per week = £17,989.04 per annum 3 nights per week = £13,491.78 per annum 2 nights per week = £8,994.52 per annum Holiday 4 nights per week 30 days 3 nights per week 23 days 2 nights per week 15 days Base St. John's School & College (Seaford & Brighton) Accountability Service Managers Head of Care Chief Executive/Principal Reports to Service Manager Head of Care Chief Executive/Principal Liaises with St. John's Managers and staff teams External agencies Job Summary This is an outline Job description and may be subject to change, according to the needs of the service, in consultation with the post holder. This job description details only the main duties & responsibilities of the post, it is not intended as an exhaustive list, the duties will be discussed at your performance management review and you are required to consider its content as part of any self-review process prior to a performance management interview. This job description forms part of your Terms and Conditions of Employment and should be kept with a copy of your contract. Functional literacy and numeracy are essential life skills for all our learners and we have an explicit expectation that all staff in learner facing roles will actively promote these skills. SECTION 1 - General Roles and Responsibilities The Night Care Worker shall be responsible for the following: Promote the rights of residents to be treated with dignity and respect in every aspect of their lives. Respect the confidences of residents, except where to do so would result in harm to a resident, damage to the organisation or the commission of a criminal offence. Establish supportive relationships with residents and encourage the development of stable relationships between residents and other staff, their families and friends and within the group of residents. Promote the emotional health and self-esteem of residents and support them through changes in living circumstances and personal relationships. Support residents in making their own choices and decisions to the maximum of their capability, and ensure that the needs and wishes of residents are fully considered in any decision relating to them. Ensure the protection of residents from significant harm, by exercising vigilance, observing changes in the resident's behaviour or appearance, and complying fully with St John's Child/Adult Protection policy. Monitoring of residents with additional medical and health needs. Be placed in areas around the house to ensure the safety of residents. Throughout the period undertake regular patrols of corridors and bedroom areas to check on the health and safety of the learners. Be aware of those residents who may need extra supervision throughout the night. Wake any residents who may be on a regular programme of particular medical care during the night.