Weekend Support Worker (Concierge)
3 days left
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We are a vibrant, local charity that has been serving the local community for over 150 years through inclusive programmes in health & wellbeing, childcare, housing and youth work. We are passionate about providing opportunities to those who are most in need.
YMCA Thames Gateway is recruiting a part time Weekend Support Worker to join our Housing Team in Romford. You will assist in the running of the new HMO supported housing within the area, to meet client needs through a high quality service which enables individuals to address their support needs and any behaviour issues that ultimately helps prepare for a positive move-on.
You will offer essential first line help and advise to Residents with pressing issues, referring them where necessary to the Housing Support Workers where necessary. The successful candidate will have experience of working in a residential environment or with young or vulnerable people.
If you are looking for a new challenge, where you can really make a difference to peoples' lives, we would be delighted to hear from you.
- Hours: 15 hours per week
- Work Pattern: Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 5pm
- Contract Type: Permanent
- The Job Specification and Person Specification can be found here: JD and PS
- Closing date: Sunday 1 August 2021
To be considered for this role please click 'Apply for this role' button on this job advert page. We do not accept CV or Resume therefore you are required to download the application form to complete and upload to the system for the Recruiting Managers to review.
YMCA Thames Gateway is serious about safeguarding; this role will be subject to an Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service check.
At YMCA Thames Gateway we are a Disability Confident Employer and are committed to Equal Opportunities. Therefore we value the importance of diversity and positively welcome applicants from all members of the community. The Association is committed to ensuring that all current and potential staff, members, users and visitors are treated with dignity, fairness and respect regardless of their protected characteristic within the Equality Act (2010).
We strongly encourage applications from applicants of a BAME background, those with a disability and those who identify as LGTBQ+.