Salary for playworker

Average salary


1700 £

Basic salary 1000 £
Maximum Wage 2500 £
1000 £
Lowest
1750 £
Average
2500 £
Highest

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The average salary for the playworker position is 1700 £

Companies with the highest earnings in position Playworker


CLARENDON ROAD 4093 £
SANZA TEACHING AGENCY 2529 £
JUNIOR ADVENTURES GROUP UK SERVICES 1973 £
SMILEYS CHILDCARE AGENCY 1920 £
SEVEN RESOURCING 1920 £
SKILLFRAME 1906 £
FLOURISH EDUCATION 1900 £
FIELDS MULTI ACADEMY TRUST 1894 £
YMCA EAST SURREY 1760 £
SHERWOOD PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL 1734 £

Salary in companies


CLARENDON ROAD 4093 £
1000 £ 4093 £
SANZA TEACHING AGENCY 2529 £
1000 £ 4093 £
JUNIOR ADVENTURES GROUP UK SERVICES 1973 £
1000 £ 4093 £
SMILEYS CHILDCARE AGENCY 1920 £
1000 £ 4093 £
SEVEN RESOURCING 1920 £
1000 £ 4093 £
SKILLFRAME 1906 £
1000 £ 4093 £
FLOURISH EDUCATION 1900 £
1000 £ 4093 £
FIELDS MULTI ACADEMY TRUST 1894 £
1000 £ 4093 £
YMCA EAST SURREY 1760 £
1000 £ 4093 £
SHERWOOD PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL 1734 £
1000 £ 4093 £

Comment on the job position of playworker

Requirements


  • experience of managing a team of playworkers
  • strong knowledge of child development and play theory
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • ability to work collaboratively with school staff and parents
  • understanding of health and safety requirements and safeguarding procedures
  • A commitment to promoting the welfare of children and young people
  • globally we operate in over 1000 settings across Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Ireland and England
  • we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children in our care and so all our team members require an enhanced DBS check
  • join our worldwide network of colleagues on our mission to build brighter futures for children across the globe
  • compliance: Up to date enhanced DBS on the update service, Right to work in the UK
  • hours: 37 hours a week
  • travel: Full UK driving license with access to a car
  • first Aid
  • food Safety
  • nursery
  • safeguarding
  • level 3
  • experience working in schools in the UK
  • minimum Level 2 qualification
  • experience supporting children with SEN

Responsibility


  • ensuring that the club is accountable through the maintenance of agreed records including registers, contacts, doctors, accident books, financial transactions etc
  • operating as the lead officer at the club including making recommendations for change and development to the service
  • supervise Playworkers at the club. Responsibility will include involvement in selection, discipline, training and development of staff and ensuring as far as possible a range of sport, game and craft skills
  • developing planned programmes of activities for term and holiday times, varying these to suit the age and preferences of users
  • ensuring that the programme of activities is interesting to the children and young people using the facilities by developing, planning, costing and leading appropriate on site activities and identifying and accommodating changes needs
  • ensuring the safety and well being of centre users through checking and maintaining play equipment, undertaking first line child protection measures and undertaking activities appropriate to the users at any given time
  • where this includes off site visits, obtaining the appropriate consent documentation and identifying special medical or other needs
  • taking a lead role in the implementation and monitoring of new initiatives ensuring that where necessary staff are availed of the necessary up skilling to enable the service to adapt to change and function efficiently
  • monitoring the play equipment to ensure the appropriate health and safety standards in terms of construction, repair and suitability for the users
  • liaising with other play work staff to share activities and skills and widen the range of activities available to the club
  • ensure that the activities are suitable for children who may need special attention and/or come from various racial, cultural and religious backgrounds
  • follow all Health and Safety protocols and policies, including signing in and out processes
  • provide refreshments for the children
  • plan and execute structured and exciting activities that encourage maximum participation, such as multi-sports, games, arts and crafts, structured play, and more ensuring they are age-appropriate
  • ensure all activities are age and skill-appropriate while prioritizing safety, including the proper use of equipment and space
  • follow all Health and Safety protocols and policies and keep all relevant documentation, including accident and incident forms, up to date and completed as needed
  • ensure proper sign-in and sign-out processes and procedures are followed for all children in our care
  • our client wants to appoint a Playworker to conduct outdoor activities and conduct interventions with children with SEN
  • responsibilities in this role include facilitating play activities, promoting positive social interactions and supporting the children to meet their individual needs
  • this Playworker role is to start ASAP on a long-term basis. The position is full-time

Current offers for the position


FIELDS MULTI ACADEMY TRUST
Playworker

Our school is a member of Ventrus, a group of Devon schools that actively collaborate to improve children's outcomes.

Tiverton

CROWN CORNER CLUB
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This *play worker* position entails collecting children from the school and bringing them back to the Club as well as providing healthy snacks/drinks and…

Inverness

JUNIOR ADVENTURES GROUP UK SERVICES
Holiday Club 1:1 SEN Playworker - Bracknell

This is a complex role which calls for the expertise of a confident and proactive individual with existing experience supporting children with SEN.

Bracknell

BROAD HORIZONS EDUCATION TRUST
Before and After School Club Playworker

Applicants must be prepared to undertake an Enhanced DBS check and attend a Warner Interview. Before and After School Club Playworker.

Norwich