Become a part of their Storyy

Are you looking to progress your career in the children’s care sector, or simply looking for a change of direction?  We have various Residential Bank Care Worker roles that will allow flexibility to your lifestyle. 

"Storyy Group has helped me build a life I knew I wanted, but never thought I could have."

- Sam, age 17

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Why become a Residential Bank Care Worker?

As a Residential Bank Care Worker, You will deliver compassionate care using therapeutic parenting approaches, helping our young residents navigate their daily challenges and celebrate their successes. This role is about making a tangible difference, providing support and creating opportunities for personal development.

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What kind of impact could you have?

We work with a person-centred approach, helping young people to identify individual goals and outcomes that they would like to achieve. It’s incredible to see the young people we care for thrive and go on to do amazing things. What skills and nurturing abilities could you bring to the table?

How do you become a Residential Bank Care Worker?

Any UK resident over the age of 18 can apply to be a Residential Bank Care Worker with Storyy Group. Even if we don’t currently have a job role open, we’d still love to hear from you; we’re always looking for incredible people like you to join our team. We’re all about hiring for personality, so if you have a caring and compassionate nature, would like to help make a difference and get stuck in with any task, send your CV our way now!

Do you have any questions?

Please reach out to us if you have any questions or queries you have about becoming a Residential Bank Care Worker for Storyy Group. We’re here to support you on your journey!

Frequently Asked Questions

Simply send your application through to us and we’ll take care of the rest. Make sure you include any past experience and let us know why you’d make an excellent Residential Bank Care Worker.

If you are successful in your application, a 2-week induction process will take place with the Senior Leadership Team. This will be comprised of eLearning courses, day-to-day running of the home and shadowing staff members. 

As much as past experience is always great, it isn’t necessary in this role. We are looking for caring and compassionate candidates who are passionate about making a difference. We can offer on the job training and inductions to ensure you’re up to scratch before embarking on your new Storyy. We will not offer sponsorship to applicants.

We want to help you hit your career goals and smash milestones; this is why we will happily put you through an apprenticeship to gain extra qualifications that’ll support you in this profession. We are also big advocates of promoting from within, so if a more senior role opens up, you would be considered for it before we hire externally.

Yes, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All successful applicants will be subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check with Barred List.

Our Children’s Homes and Supported Accommodations are located in Berkshire, so you will be required to reliably commute to designated locations. The Residential Bank Support Worker is a full time position, so your working hours be full time and flexible to meet the needs of the home

Resilience and passion are key for this role. Here at Storyy Group, we have a ‘do with’ rather than ‘do for’ ethos. You will be helping our young people work towards independent living, by teaching them essential life skills and working towards specific goals and aspirations. We believe we walk alongside our young people, learning from them in tow. Support will come in many forms, including arranging and attending GP and other health appointments, taking part in activities within the local community and reengaging with education, finding employment and accessing benefits. You will also be there to provide mental health support, overcome situations that may include challenging behaviour, substance misuse and self-harm. Many of our young people have come from traumatic backgrounds, but using a ‘Trauma Informed Practice’, you will help guide them on a better, brighter, more successful pathway.