Health and Social Care Services Care Providers West Yorkshire

Health and Social Care Recruitment


 Children Social Care Services  in Care Providers and West Yorkshire

Helping You Make a Difference 

What We Do

We specialise in providing experienced, qualified and vetted agency care workers who will assist you in providing the highest level of care. We have built a network of dedicated care professionals who are committed to providing compassionate care in the community.

If you are a local authority or private home, contact us at Spire Assist so we can gain an understanding of your needs and your service users. We will then be able to assign someone who will give your young persons the care and support they need.



 Please get in touch to book a consultation if you are seeking care provider services, care workers and residential practitioners in Bradford, Huddersfield and other areas in and around West Yorkshire


 Key Roles & Responsibilities

  • Our staff will support teams across children’s residential homes to implement care plans, devise behaviour management plans and risk assessments as well as health plans. This ensures children and young people are cared for consistently.
  • Our staff will ensure all children and young people’s files are kept up to date and any remedial action is taken promptly. This not only ensures information held on children and young people is accurate; it also contributes to the inspection process.
  • Our carers will supervise day to day physical and emotional needs of the young people in accord with racial, cultural, religious, linguistic and dietary needs. This ensures young people are supported to go to school, enjoy leisure activities, stay healthy and are safeguarded.
  • Our care workers will follow all relevant procedures of the setting they are assigned to including safe handling of medication to make sure young people receive any medicines at the right dosage and at the prescribed times.
  • We will ensure confidentiality of information in line with the Data Protection Act / GDPR.

  • Our support staff will provide day to day 24-hour care to a child and/or group of young people, specialising in challenges presented by physical or learning disabilities, learning difficulties such as autism, neglect, abuse and behaviours.
  • Our team is committed and we work unsociable hours and shifts including weekends, nights and bank holidays.
  • Our care workers will assist with shopping, cleaning, cooking, personal care and hygiene and carrying out tasks any responsible parent would do.
  • Our staff are competent and will engage in all administrative tasks including obtaining and recording of information, handling petty cash, activity planning and meal plans.
  • Our staff engage in physical activities and tasks including walking, jogging, running, sports and leisure activities with young people.
  • Our team is experienced and will attend meetings, appointments (doctors, dentists and opticians), schools and social work offices if and when required.





Qualifications & Training Standards

Our personnel’s experience varies greatly and they all bring an array of strengths and skill sets to the team. They all hold relevant experience of working with children and young people in a paid or voluntary capacity and hold a Diploma Level 3 Children’s Health and Social Care, NVQ Level 3 Childcare qualification or equivalent. This generally ranges between:


  • QCF Level 3 Working with Children and Young People in Residential Homes
  • NVQ Level 3 Caring for Children and Young People
  • NVQ Level 3 Promoting Independence
  • BA in Social Work
  • NVQ Level 4 Health and Social Care
  • Degree in Youth and Community Work


  • Degree in Childhood Studies
  • Diploma Level 3 Children’s and Young Peoples Workforce England
  • Diploma Level 3 Residential Child Care
  • Diploma Level 5 in Leadership for Health and Social Care & Children’s and Young Peoples Services
  • Level 3 Diploma for Residential Childcare England