Aftercare Development Worker

  • Full time
  • £21,647 – £23,182
  • Based at Street Connect’s office in Glasgow city centre and may involve work in other locations as required.
  • Closing 20th May 2021

  • Advertised from 30th April 2021
  • 37.5 hours per week. 12-months, with a view to becoming permanent


Street Connect is a Christian charity with a mission to offer hope and opportunity of recovery for individuals disadvantaged by addiction and associated issues including homelessness and poor mental health.

Street Connect are looking for an experienced individual who will work as part of the Operations team seeking to develop and deliver aftercare support through a range of different routes to both male and female service participants who have had a background of complex needs such as addiction, homelessness and mental health issues, who are now at a stage in their recovery journey where they are living independently and free from such issues all in support of our vision of empowered churches, transformed lives, revitalised communities. Releasing God given potential in disadvantaged lives through the mobilised local church.

Our Aftercare Development Worker will play a vital role in achieving this vision as they create and deliver aftercare packages of support to cover areas such as volunteering, work experience, training/education and person-specific support tailored to the needs of individual participants, to create support networks for employment and carrying out One-To-One consultations with participants.

For more information on this post please see the attached job description and person specification.

Application notes

A Recruitment Pack is available from our website:

Closing date: 5pm on Thursday 20th May 2021

Please send completed application forms (parts 1-3) marked ‘Private and confidential’ to: Business Support Manager, Street Connect, 340 Cathedral Street, Glasgow, G1 2BQ or email to:

Interview date: Thursday 27th May 2021

As Street Connect is a Christian organisation this post carries an Occupational Requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010. Please note that one reference must be from your church minister or leader to ensure your live and active Christian faith and commitment.