• Advertised from 18th January 2023
  • Grade HS2, £12.85-£13.85 per hour (plus 5.75% increase from 1 April 2023). 35 hour per week, 4-weeks shift pattern (night & day shift).

Role

To provide a person-centred housing support service to service users who are experiencing homelessness or are care leavers ages 16-25 primarily based in a residential setting.

Essential criteria:

  • Experience supporting vulnerable adults.
  • SVQ Social Care (or equivalent work experience).
  • Understanding of relevant care standards and codes of practice.

You will:

  • be enthusiastic, self-motivated, and committed to excellent customer service.
  • have excellent communication and organisational skills.
  • be adaptable with the ability to manage competing deadlines.
  • be calm under pressure and work to achieve a positive outcome for customers.

We will provide:

  • 4050 days leave per year (plus carer leave, emergency leave, etc)
  • 7.7% or 4% employer pension contribution
  • life assurance (x1 yearly salary)
  • employer paid qualifications, training and professional memberships
  • generous family friendly benefits and leave (matching shared parental pay to enhanced maternity pay)
  • enhanced sick pay benefit (up to 6 months full pay)
  • agile working options
  • reward and recognition incentives
  • 24/7 employee support (plus Health and Wellbeing initiatives)
  • green initiatives (cycle to work, season ticket loans, pool cars)

We are committed to developing our people and helping them maximise their potential.

Application notes

If you are interested in developing in your career and enjoy working in a dynamic and fast-changing environment, visit our website for more information about these opportunities.

To apply for this post, visit our website to complete our online application form by 5 February 2023 (CVs are not accepted).