Experienced SEN Teacher/Support Worker needed at Nova Care UK (Visa Sponsorship available)

Nova Care Solutions in partnership with a reputable Children Residential Home are currently seeking to hire an Experienced SEN Teacher/Support Worker to join their teams in Birmingham. If you have the requisite skills and experience, your application is welcome.

Nova Care Solutions is a new start up business, with a new way of thinking. Our business has been built on recruiting, training, and supporting the very best caregivers for them to deliver premium high-quality care. Over the past year, we have identified how much caregivers are undervalued; therefore, we have put carers at the heart of our business to make sure that we can deliver carers to our clientele to provide high standards of person-centred care, for YOUR CLIENTS.

Nova Care Solutions provides long-term/short term recruitment solutions to our clientele, whether it is during a vacation or lack of caregivers; we have you covered. At Nova Care Solutions we are very passionate about what we do and the way we do things. Therefore, we have developed a reputation that is a testament to our strategy of professionalism, reliability, quality, and person-centred care with an open, safe, and friendly outlook.

We stride ourselves on being one of UK number 1 health and social care staff solutions with our ethics being carer-centric and customer focused, which would mean we can provide highly skilled Live-In Carers and Residential Care Support Workers, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We are not a shift filler; we are a bed filler. We as a business are a significant USP for you, as we provide a compassionate and dignified service. To uphold our reputation of high-quality person-centred care is enhanced due to building a Relationship, Trust and using a Carer-Centric Approach.

Position: Experienced SEN Teacher/Support Worker

Salary: £12 -£14.50 an hour 

Job Type: Full Time

Location: Birmingham, UK

About the Role

Nova Care Solutions has a great opportunity to work for a Children Residential Supportive setting. The home offer long term residential provision to children and young people aged 11-18 years old, the support worker role is to support children with Emotional &Behaviour Difficulties with challenging behaviour’s using a therapeutic approach. The home provision is Ofsted registered and operate within the legal framework of The Children’s Homes Regulations and The Quality Standards 2015.

Our aim is to support our young people to grow self-esteem, build positive relationships and trust, re-engage in education and look to build a brighter future for themselves.

We would like to offer you the opportunity to join our team of dedicated and enthusiastic staff. We are currently looking for full-time candidates, to work a shift pattern.

Main Duties

  • Teaching independence: Using life skills, you will assist with the care of our children and young people, including practical aspects such as cooking and cleaning.
  • Creating memories: Take part in a range of interesting recreational events, including holidays where appropriate.
  • Building relationships: You will create positive relationships with the children, meeting their needs and safeguarding them at all times.
  • Giving Structure: Consistency and organisation skills are key. You will create timetables, setting boundaries and expectations for the young people.
  • Building Structure: You will meet a variety of children and young people, some of whom may require high levels of supervision and support.


  • Due to the nature of this role, you must be 22+ to apply.
  • Clean full enhanced DBS- Including Children Barred
  • Good level of English communication- Verbal and Written
  • A NVQ Level 3 in Residential Child Care OR willingness to work towards after probabtion
  • Dedicated and committed to empowering young people to achieve their full potential
  • Compassionate and reflective
  • Have the ability to remain calm and professional when a young person is in a crisis
  • Able to work shifts including weekends and bank holidays
  • Sleep in duty to cover staff shortage
  • Go on activities/holidays with children and young people
  • 6 months minimum experience working with children or young people in support setting in the UK or International.
  • Full UK/International Driving Licence is Essential
  • British Citizen or Dependant/PSW Visa applicant only (NO STUDENTS or you will be rejected and No Tier 2 sponsorship holders)


  • Continuous training and support
  • Access to company car shared with other staff members when on shift
  • Generous budget for activities and to meet the general needs of the young people
  • Opportunity to study and grow.
  • Sponsorship Tier 2 is available subject to completion and passing of a 6 months probationary period. (T&C Apply)
  • Bonus scheme
  • Loyalty bonus
  • Performance bonus

Application Process

Qualified and interested individuals please CLICK HERE to learn more about the role and commence their application

Application Deadline


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