Kattz Care Services Careers and Employment
Team Leader in Enfield, Greater London
on 14 June 2019
Young people building positive relationships with staffThe young people who spoke to the Office of the Children’s Commissioner about their experiences in residential care said they valued staff with whom they could build a relationship and a home that promoted a ‘sense of belonging’. In particular they valued the role of the key worker in providing ongoing support and the wider range of staff to relate to when compared to foster care.
Therapeutic Worker in London
on 21 August 2021
Do not work here!Awful place to work. CEO has no people skills and puts staff and children at risk with her money grabbing mind set. Be careful! Money is good but hours are immense, do not be fooled.
TSW - therapeutic support worker in Sandy, Bedfordshire
on 21 February 2021
Fun workplaceAs someone that have been working with children for the longest period of time: from youth work to youth panels, working within children's home as an agency to working as a ful time team member. I can tell you that this job will involve a level of care that you would provide to others that you do initially care about. You can only hate this job if you don't like kids because it is pretty simple to do. All you do is look after the kids needs and assess their well-being via safe guarding them and ajust their risk assessment each time. The job culture itself is quite diverse so much it teaches you something new each time you are on shift. My staf team that I work with, they help me get through the day and they are pretty knowledgeable: so they have been trained. I won't lie though, this job isn't for those that doesn't have the emphatically emotions for others or can grasp completing simple (once you get the hang of it) paperwork for the young people. You do a lot of paperwork yes but the job is pretty much awarding. I enjoy it so much that I just would like to move up once s position is available. The managers really do try their best to help you so just take the opportunity to learn whisky you can.I think the people that have struggled in this place didn't know what they were getting themself into or understand the level of care you are suppoy to have for the young people. Once you know, it's so easy!
Team Leader in London, Greater London
on 11 February 2020
Therapeutic Support Worker - Looked After ChildrenThis company is a fast-growing and forward-thinking employer providing social care and support to looked after children. Whilst the environment might be fast-paced due to the fact that the job entails working with young people who have suffered trauma or neglect, it is equally rewarding and offers the opportunity for career growth and progression into becoming a Registered Manager, Social Worker, Clinical Psychology. The company provides extensive taring opportunities as well as options for earning extra income through overtime if desired.
Support Worker in Sandy, Bedfordshire
on 21 November 2019
PoorPoor company to work for. Manager is unsupportive, staff are stressed, children aren't main priority Managers seem more interested in money than service users. Go against own policy
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