Night Care Staff
About The Role
The Night Care Staff are responsible for the safety and good behavior of the residents at night and their awakening, breakfast and transportation to school in the mornings. He/she must be aware of the need to maintain a protective and nurturing environment for children who have suffered abuse from adults and help them regain trust in adults again. Also, to be able to see the children beyond their presenting behaviours.
1) Nights: Ensure residents remain in their beds, are safe and behave:
2) Ensure all residents are present, in their beds and asleep.
3) Ensure lights are off and toilets are locked. Open toilets for any residents in need (but only one at a time);
4) Look out for and report any signs of danger or misbehaviour including suspicions of physical, emotional or sexual abuse; residents not in their units / beds or found sleeping together in the same bed; residents using or charging electronic devices at night (hand phones, gaming devices); any other forms of misbehavior or refusal to follow instructions.
5) Mornings: Ensure residents wake up, eat breakfast and get to school safely:
6) During the week prepare breakfast at 5 am for the residents every morning in the PSGC Pantry. During the weekends prepare breakfast at 7 am and wake up the children going on Home Leave;
7) Act as transport assistants on the morning (6.20 am) bus trip to the schools. Ensure that the children buckle up and behave;
8) At 7 am the Duty I/C hands over the staff telephone, Daily Occurrence Book and keys to the Coach Duty I/C in the morning shift.
If you think you fit the part, call our 67139150 to arrange for an interview appointment.
Please fill in the application form below and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.