Simon Community Scotland
Simon Community Scotland

Charity registered in Scotland SC003076

At the Simon Community Scotland we help over 3000 people a year who experience homelessness, many of who have complex needs. We offer a range of services, tailored to those people who use our services, from outreach to accommodation and housing support / supported living.

Current vacancies

Tenancy Sustainment Support Worker 2

  • Full time
  • £18,087 – £19,601
  • Inverclyde/Gourock/Greenock Area
  • Closing 16th July 2020

To support and enable vulnerable resettled clients to address their ongoing issues.

To support and enable tenants who are facing difficulties in successfully maintaining their tenancy. To assess individuals’ needs and develop a relevant plan of support which will enable them to sustain their tenancies in the long term.

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Closed vacancies
This vacancy has now closed

Support Worker 1 & 2 – North Lanarkshire Services

  • Full time
  • £17,612 – £19,601
  • Motherwell, Airdrie and Wishaw
  • Closing 22nd January 2020

Please only apply for the post if you are able to travel to the above locations.

Simon Community Scotland is the largest provider of homelessness services in Scotland, with a reputation for excellence. Everything we do is about and for people: the people we support, our staff, our partners and everyone affected by homelessness.

Support Workers will provide positive practical and emotional support to people who use the service that focuses on goals, promotes choice and encourages personal responsibility. Support Workers will also establish and maintain effective professional relationships with a range of external partners to ensure support to service users is coordinated and in agreement with identified care plans.

● To work with service users to develop and deliver person-centred support plans that achieve the best possible outcomes for people who use the service.

● To encourage people who use services to take an active role in their support and in all decisions relating to them or their support.

● To participate in the monitoring and evaluation of services provided to people who use the service.

We ask for your compassion, creativity, flexibility, eternal optimism and positive approach as well as a commitment to living the values of our organisation with your colleagues, partners and crucially with the people we support.

Why work with Simon Community?

Life insurance is x4 times your salary, a contributory pension scheme where we pay 4%, 35 days annual leave (38 days after 5 years), and holiday buy back scheme and childcare vouchers, also the option to join our Health Plan and Credit Union.

We will also invest in your career through learning and development and we have an amazing program of classroom, online and self-directed learning in place, backed by great leadership and an organisation that empowers frontline staff to deliver impact for service users.

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Street Team - Relief Worker

  • Part time
  • Sessional
  • Glasgow
  • Closing 24th February 2020

Simon Community Scotland is the largest provider of homelessness services in Scotland,with a reputation for excellence. Everything we do is about and for people: the people we support, our staff, our partners and everyone affected by homelessness.

The Street Team Relief worker will provide positive practical and emotional support to people who are rough sleeping in Glasgow or at risk of rough sleeping. Working in pairs, they will engage with Rough Sleepers and Vulnerable People and support them to present for accommodation, engage with health and addiction services as well as other homeless

services.

This role requires a degree of physical fitness as street staff actively outreach on foot across the city centre and surrounding areas. Essential protective clothing and footwear will be provided and must be used.

Key tasks:

1. To help provide person-centered support to people who use the service.

2. To help maintain accurate records and case notes.

3. To ensure that services comply with standards set by SCS and meet the contractual

and/or regulatory requirements of relevant external agencies.

4. To contribute as an effective team member to the development of the activities of the

service.

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