Could you safeguard, empower children and young people to archive their individual goals and wishes?
We’re looking for dedicated, committed staff to work with children in residential children’s homes and young people in semi-independent living support services.
If you’re interested in working for 24/7 Support UK Limited, you can apply for posts using our application form.
Only completed forms will be considered – and CVs will not be acceptable as substitutes. Incomplete forms will be returned for completion or destroyed.


All candidates are assessed equally using the person specifications for the post, and not using any other criteria.

We’re committed to equality of opportunity in all our employment practices and support the implementation of flexible and family-fair policies where operationally practical. We’re also committed to providing dignity at work, creating an atmosphere free of harassment and bullying.

Our application process

Our HR/Admin Department will provide you with all the information you’ll need, including:

  • A job description
  • A description of the qualifications, skills, and experience we regard as essential or desirable for the job
  • A recruitment equality monitoring form
  • A 24/7 Support UK Limited prospectus
  • Guidance on the enhanced DBS checking process
  • Information about the pay scale
  • Terms and conditions relating to the post

All job offers are conditional upon:

At least two satisfactory references (one of which should be the current or last employer)

Verification of identity

  • Verification of the candidate’s medical fitness, mentally and physically
  • Verification of original qualifications
  • Verification of professional status where required
  • Proof of entitlement to work in the UK
  • Where applicable, further police checks and/ a certificate of good repute/letter of good conduct will be obtained from the home embassy/home country for candidates who have lived and worked outside the UK.

  • An enhanced DBS check including a check against the Disclosure and Barring Services Children’s Barred List information and Adults’ Barred List information which will be specific to the employment at 24/7 Support UK Limited.


A shortlist for interviews will be drawn up by at least two people and will be coordinated by the HR department or directors.

References are sought for all shortlisted candidates, preferably before interviews. Any job offer is made on condition of satisfactory verification of references.

All interview candidates are asked to bring:

  • Proof of entitlement to work in the UK
  • Original documents to support a DBS application
  • Current DBS/CRB (if applicable)
  • Certificates (including training and qualifications)
  • Proof of address

They will be authenticated, copied, and returned. A copy will be kept on the personnel files of successful candidates. Documents from unsuccessful candidates will be destroyed in accordance with the Data Protection Act.

An initial interview will consist of a tour of our residential children’s homes / semi-independent living support services, where applicable, an opportunity to meet key staff and where practicable, children and young people involved in the recruitment of staff.

Candidates will be able to learn more about the role and 24/7 Support UK Limited and there will be a face-to-face interview with minimum two people, including the appropriate manager.

Candidates may be selected for a second stage of selection, meeting children / young people or team members or undergoing further assessment like a shadow work trial.

All candidates will be notified of 24/7 Support UK Limited’s decision as soon as possible and will have the opportunity to receive constructive feedback.

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Committed to equal opportunities. All candidates are assessed equally using the person specifications for the post, and not using any other criteria.

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All workers are asked to provide photographic evidence of identity on their first visit, and agencies must provide us with written confirmation that up-to-date checks have been completed. Copies of those checks must be forwarded to us for our records.