Ofsted registered managers are responsible for the day to day running of their home, working closely with the responsible individual and supported by a dedicated clinical psychologist. This role includes a duty of care to children in the home, but also to the team of adults working within it. Managers in TiM homes are expected to demonstrate a high level of empathy and leadership, ensuring outstanding child-centred and therapeutic care is maintained within the home.
Deputy managers support the registered manager, taking a leadership role in the day to day running of their home. Deputy managers ensure high levels of care are maintained whilst also supporting and guiding the adults working within it. This role is predominantly a Monday to Friday role with the expectation that shifts are covered when the home requires.
Our deputy managers have the support and training from TiM to progress to a registered manager's role when they‘re ready.
Senior care workers are trained and supported to make a huge difference to children and young people. They ensure the welfare and care of each child, leading shifts and coordinating activities and education sessions. Senior workers in a TiM home are expected to be committed to making a difference, ensuring placement plans, risk assessments, policies and procedures are followed on their shift. Our rota pattern includes some evenings and weekends which, ensures consistency for the children and young people but also provides flexibility and a great work-life balance.
Seniors have support and supervision from experienced managers, with the opportunity to undertake further training and progress to a management or therapy role if they're interested.
Trauma-informed care workers are trained and supported to make a huge difference to children and young people. The focus of this role is to support a variety of children and young people, some of whom may require high levels of supervision and support. You will help them to overcome any difficulties or disadvantages they may face, helping to build their resilience and self-worth. They may also require guidance within education, training and employment.
Our rota pattern includes some evenings and weekends which, ensures consistency for the children and young people but also provides you with flexibility for a great workalike balance and the means for training and progression.
We welcome and encourage applications from everyone, including groups currently under-represented in our workforce.
Successful applicants will only be appointed after a rigorous safer recruitment process, subject to extensive reference checks and an enhanced DBS check.