Current Vacancies

We are a new provider of therapeutic residential childcare and are about to open our second and third homes in Gloucestershire. We have exciting opportunities for experienced and new candidates wanting to join teams working with boys’ sexual harmful behaviour or girls’ self-harm and child sexual exploitation.
Whilst we are a new company, our management teams have decades of experience working in specialist therapeutic residential childcare services. Having worked for large national corporate providers, this is our opportunity to do something fresh, small, personable and meaningful; where our staff are valued and treated like family. We believe that well managed services, which value autonomy, creativity and difference can enable teams and children alike to thrive.

Below is a list of our current vacancies. For further reading, Could You Be A Therapeutic Care Worker?


Therapeutic Care Worker

NB: Although working primarily at one home, circumstance may arise when you will be required to work at other Genesis houses.

Job Summary

To help create and maintain a non-institutionalised, child centred therapeutic community home in which the young people are enabled to grow in all areas of their lives, to work toward emotional stability and to develop to their full potential.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Working under the direction of the Residential Care Manager to actively contribute to the provision of quality care, within which the health, welfare, education and development of young peoples is promoted. To work in collaboration with the team to ensure that the home meets all regulatory and statutory requirements.
  • To embrace the homes’ therapeutic ethos in line with the community of communities standards and guidelines and the Home’s Statement of purpose.
  • To actively contribute to the delivery of a nurturing, homely, safe, accepting and caring therapeutic environment in which children and young people can learn their self-esteem and confidence.
  • Work proactively with the team within daily routine and agreed structures of the house, to include for example day to day parenting responsibilities, undertaking daily household responsibilities such as domestic task (cleaning, washing, ironing etc.), cooking, shopping, taking young people to appointment/ meetings, planning the day and participation in activities (including physical activities such as sport) with the young people. Support in the school environment, in lessons with the young people and with homework etc.
  • To work in collaboration with the team to ensure an appropriate programme of activities are in place and work with the young people’s care plan to effectively fulfil the responsibilities of parenting the young people. Support and facilitate contact with the family members where appropriate.
  • To work collectively with the team members in using effective care practice, de-escalating and diversionary strategies and recognise techniques to manage behaviour. Consistently act in accordance with the company’s Behaviour Management policy and ensure appropriate recording takes place.
  • To follow and act in accordance with all relevant aspects of legislation, regulation, and the company’s Policies and Procedures. Ensure an understanding of how such issues are interpreted and followed in practice, keeping up to date with the changes as they occur.
  • Undertake and ensure all electronic and paper recording system are completed on a daily basis whilst on shift in line with the company’s recording protocols. Participate in handovers, team meetings etc.
  • Work in a non-discriminatory manner supporting the differing cultural, racial and religious needs of the young people. Work constructively with colleagues and young people to enhance the positive values of working with different, challenging attitudes and practices, which are inappropriate or unacceptable within the ethos of the house.
  • Take responsibility for a designated area of work, or practice development as directed by the Team Manager.
  • In conjunction with the Home Manager and team develop a positive public profile of the service ensuring good communication, relationships and that staff represent the service in a professional way. To ensure that the home exemplifies the highest quality of care to young people by actively promoting continual improvement.
  • To carry out any other tasks or duties deemed appropriate as directed by the Residential Care Manager.
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Therapeutic Care Worker

NB:Although working primarily at one home, circumstances may arise when you will be required to work at other Marlowe houses.

Job Summary

To help create and maintain a non-institutionalised, child centred therapeutic community home in which the young people are enabled to grow in all areas of their lives, to work toward emotional stability and to develop to their full potential.

Main Duties & Responsibilities

  • Working under the direction of the Residential Care Manager to actively contribute to the provision of quality care, within which the health, welfare, education and development of young people is promoted. To work in collaboration with the team to ensure that the home meets all regulatory and statutory requirements.
  • To embrace the homes’ therapeutic ethos in line with the standards and guidelines and the Home’s Statement of purpose
  • To actively contribute to the delivery of a nurturing, homely, safe, accepting and caring therapeutic environment in which children and young people can learn their self-esteem and confidence.
  • Work proactively with the team within daily routine and agreed structures of the house, to include for example day to day parenting responsibilities, undertaking daily household responsibilities such as domestic task (cleaning, washing, ironing etc.), cooking, shopping, taking young people to appointment/ meetings, planning the day and participation in activities (including physical activities such as sport) with the young people. Support in the school environment, in lessons with the young people and with homework etc.
  • To work in collaboration with the team to ensure an appropriate programme of activities are in place and work with the young people’s care plan to effectively fulfil the responsibilities of parenting the young people. Support and facilitate contact with the family members where appropriate.
  • To work collectively with the team members in using effective care practice, de-escalating and diversionary strategies and recognise techniques to manage behaviour. Consistently act in accordance with the company’s Behaviour Management policy and ensure appropriate recording takes place.
  • To follow and act in accordance with all relevant aspects of legislation, regulation, and the company’s Policies and Procedures. Ensure an understanding of how such issues are interpreted and followed in practice, keeping up to date with the changes as they occur.
  • Undertake and ensure all electronic and paper recording systems are completed on a daily basis whilst on shift in line with the company’s recording protocols. Participate in handovers, team meetings etc.
  • Work in a non-discriminatory manner supporting the differing cultural, racial and religious needs of the young people. Work constructively with colleagues and young people to enhance the positive values of working with different, challenging attitudes and practices, which are inappropriate or unacceptable within the ethos of the house.
  • To fully abide by and follow the company’s Health and Safety policies and procedures to ensure safe and effective working practices for the staff, young people and people visiting the house.
  • Take responsibility for a designated area of work, or practice development as directed by the Team Manager.
  • In conjunction with the Home Manager and team develop a positive public profile of the service ensuring good communication, relationships and that staff represent the service in a professional way. To ensure that the home exemplifies the highest quality of care to young people by actively promoting continual improvement.
  • To carry out any other tasks or duties deemed appropriate as directed by the Residential Care Manager.
Upload your CV/resume or any other relevant file. Max. file size: 128 MB.