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Prospero Group

Prospero Group

15 Worship Street
London
London
EC2A 2DT
United Kingdom
Tel: 020 7404 6383
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Prospero Teaching is a specialist, award-winning agency, with offices across the UK, dedicated teams of candidate managers, compliance, in-house teacher resources and finance supporting our teachers.

This specialist division sits within a larger privately-owned group, Prospero Recruitment Ltd, a medium-sized agency with 100+ staff. We have doubled in size every year for the last three years, continue to grow and invest ensuring Prospero is an exciting, dynamic sector leader.

You can take comfort in the knowledge that Prospero Teaching is an established enterprise (formed in 2000) nestled within a wider business framework supported by the backing of its sister brands; Integrated, Health & Social Care, IT & Technical and Engineering, strengthening our core business.

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Child/Adult Support Worker Vacancies Role: Bank Support Worker Location: Telford Pay Rate (£): £9.50-£14.00 per hour Job Type: Full time/Part time (flexible) Shifts available: Early/Lates - Sleep ins - Long days available About the role: Provide person-centered care to a range of vulnerable individuals. Assist with mobility, moving & handling and promoting independence Assist in the delivery of care to meet individuals health and well being needs.

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Support Worker About our clients: Residential settings/Independent Living/1:1/Semi-independent/Supported Living Work available with Children, Young People, Adults and Elderly with Mental Health and or Learning Difficulties. About the role as a Support Worker: Working with Service Users supporting them with individual goals. Supporting Service Users with Independent Living skills such as cooking, socialising, budgeting, health and managing accommodation. To engage a Service User achieving positive outcomes.

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Residential Child Care Support Worker SALARY: £9.50 - £13.50 per hour LOCATION: Telford and across the North West JOB TYPE: Full-Time, Part-Time, Temporary JOB OVERVIEW The organisation's homes are much like your own and offer a safe, nurturing and therapeutic environment for the young people in their care. The culture in their homes is one of positivity, energy, optimism and motivation.

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Flexible Temp Children Support Worker Shifts Salary: Earn up to £600 PER WEEK as an agency child support worker £9.50 - £13.50 per hour Working Hours: Flexible Earlies Lates 12 hours shifts Long Days Sleeps/Nights Location: Telford Role description/responsibilities: Provide person-centred care to a range of vulnerable individuals Assistance with dressing, personal hygiene, shopping and meal preparation. Manual handling To demonstrate good work practices, acquiring and applying practical skills in the delivery of care, responding to individual needs and choices.

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Bank Children Support Worker Shifts Salary: £9.50 - 13 Per Hour Working Hours: Long Days AM/PMS Sleep ins available 12-hour shifts 2 on 4 off Location: Telford Role description/responsibilities: Providing excellent provision of Safe Care, Support and individual Care of Young People's Health, Wellbeing and Development. Assistance with dressing, personal hygiene, shopping and meal preparation. Contribute to the planning and evaluation of individualised care, which are based on needs, identified in consultation with the young person and others and delivered through day-to-day shared life experiences.

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Children's Support worker vacancies Salary: £9-14 per hour Contract/job type: Temp Day / Night shifts 12-hour shifts Location:  Telford Role description: Ensure the provision of Safe Care, Support and individual Care of Young People's Health, Wellbeing and Development. Assistance with dressing, personal hygiene, shopping and meal preparation. Contribute to the planning and evaluation of individualised care, which are based on needs, identified in consultation with the young person and others and delivered through day-to-day shared life experiences. To demonstrate good work practices, acquiring and applying practical skills in the delivery of care, responding to individual needs and choices.

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