Careers

Fancy a career in Foster Care?

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You can see our current vacancies below. Any questions? Email us at recruitment@ispchildcare.org.uk

 

Current vacancies


Salary:: £16,323-20,099 FTE

ISP Special School is looking for a caring, enthusiastic and patient Teaching Assistant – Progress and Engagement Guide to join its friendly and supportive team from September 2018.
The role of Progress and Engagement Guide is a variation on the traditional Teaching Assistant. The role is different in that (a) you will be responsible for mentoring 4 or 5 pupils (b) leading on a particular specialism e.g. maths, reading (c) supporting small groups of pupils with targeted interventions. The role also requires you to work proactively with a team to support pupils in the classroom.

Please note, although SEN experience would be useful it is not a requirement, but an empathy and willingness to learn is essential. Early years’ experience and/or previous working with children with special educational needs would be an advantage.
This is an exciting position, which could offer excellent career progression and development. The person we are looking for will be passionate about education and have a flair for working with young people.

What we are looking for:
Working as part of an experienced, collaborative and talented team, your role will be to provide support to our pupils supporting both inside and outside the classroom, delivering intervention programmes and mentoring pupils to ensure that they make progress. We are looking for an outstanding practitioner and team player, who enjoys working with young people, has a desire to contribute to the development of the school and has:
• A passion for children’s learning and development
• High aspirations for all children and a desire to raise standards;
• High aspirations for themselves and a commitment to further development.
We can offer you:
·Enthusiastic and friendly children who thrive on our high expectations culture
·An experienced, hard-working and supportive team of staff
·A happy, stimulating workplace

To apply please submit a copy of your CV, those shortlisted will be asked to complete an application pack ahead of interview.

Interviews to be held on Monday 23rd July 2018


Salary:£16,000 – £19,000 pro rata
Benefits: 30 Days Annual Leave + Bank Holidays, Pension Scheme (benefits pro-rata)

ISP is an Independent Fostering Organisation, operating across the South East. ISP takes a therapeutic approach to working with children and is committed to promoting positive outcomes for the children and young people in placement.

We are currently looking to recruit a Part Time Administrator to work core hours over 3 days, to provide an administrative support service to the Milton Keynes Centre multi-disciplinary team. The role will involve, maintaining databases and electronic filing systems, managing fostering paperwork and forms as well as general administration duties. Setting up and minute taking of meetings, meet and greeting, so good front of house skills are essential. The successful candidate must have GCSE Maths and English (or equivalent), a good IT knowledge (which will be tested at interview), ECDL (or equivalent) is desirable. Previous administration experience is essential.

For an informal discussion please contact Ali Hall on 01908 804400.
To apply please submit a copy of your most recent CV to laura.falen@picscare.co.uk.
Suitable candidates will be required to complete a formal application pack ahead of interview.

The successful candidate will be required to complete an enhanced DBS Check, cost of which will be met by ISP
ISP is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates.
ISP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment


Salary:£30,000 – £37,000
Benefits: 30 days Annual Leave, £3,000 Car Allowance, Company Pension

ISP is a well-established, innovative, independent fostering provider. ISP takes a therapeutic approach to working with children and is committed to promoting positive outcomes for the children and young people in placement.

ISP Enfield is currently seeking a qualified Social Worker who is enthusiastic, committed and who has an appreciation of foster carers’ skills and role. We ask our Social Workers to take a collaborative approach with Foster Carers in order to promote meaningful and relevant supervision of the placement. Experience of working with foster carers as professional colleagues and working in a multi-discipline arena is essential.

This is a demanding position which includes both a quality assurance role to maintain high standards and a training role to prospective and current carers. You will be an excellent report writer and able to work to strict deadlines.

For an informal discussion please contact Jo Savage on 0208 370 3670
To apply please submit a copy of your CV, those shortlisted will be asked to complete an application pack ahead of interview.

The successful candidate will be required to have a DBS Check, the expense will be met by ISP. Please note previous/current employers will be asked to supply a reference.
ISP is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.
ISP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.

ISP is a well-established innovative, independent fostering provider and has been judged by Ofsted to be an outstanding foster care agency. ISP takes a therapeutic approach to working with children and is committed to promoting positive outcomes for the children and young people in placement. ISP are currently looking for a Panel member who is a qualified Social Worker and registered with HCPC, for our Doncaster panel. Panels occur every 3 to 6 weeks on a Wednesday. Attendance is paid at a rate of £200 a panel and includes reading, expenses incurred are paid separately.

Applications must be made on our Application Form: CV’s alone will not be considered. For an application pack, please email laura.falen@picscare.co.uk

The successful candidate will be required to be a fully qualified Social worker holding HCPC registration and have a DBS Check; the expense will be met by ISP. Please note previous/current employers will be asked to supply a reference.

ISP is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.

ISP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.

ISP is a well-established innovative, independent fostering provider and has been judged by Ofsted to be an outstanding foster care agency.  ISP takes a therapeutic approach to working with children and is committed to promoting positive outcomes for the children and young people in placement.

We are currently looking for qualified, suitably experienced Independent Social Workers to undertake a variety of assessments which include Form F, Annual Home Reviews and Initial Visits. To view the full job description, please click here.

Applications must be made on our Application Form: CV’s alone will not be considered.
To download an application pack, please click here >
Completed applications can be sent to laura.falen@picscare.co.uk

The successful candidate will be required to have a DBS Check; the expense will be met by ISP.   Please note previous/current employers will be asked to supply a reference.

ISP is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, or religion or belief.

ISP is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff to share this commitment.

 

We’re part of the PICS family, a group of independent fostering agencies across the UK. If you can’t find the role you’re looking for here, why not take a look at some of the fostering agencies below:

Orange Grove >
Fosterplus >
Clifford House >
PICS >