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Senior Support Worker

BD1, West Yorkshire, England
£26,678 per year
Closing date
6 May 2024

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Community and Customer Services, Homelessness
Full Time
Organisation Type
Senior Housing Support Worker- West Yorkshire



Job Type - Permanent/Full-Time

Hours - 35 hours per week (plus 5 hours paid lunch break)

Salary - £26,678 (base salary-£26,478 +£200 Unsociable Hours Allowance)

Location - West Yorkshire covering Leeds, Bradford, Halifax or Huddersfield


We believe that a career is not just about earning a living; it's about leadership, having your say and making things happen that can mean positive changes to the lives of vulnerable people.


We are a national social justice charity with more than 50 years' experience of changing lives, building stronger communities, and reducing crime.

Nacro is launching CAS-2, a national service commissioned by Ministry of Justice to provide accommodation and support as an alternative to custody.  We are looking for a number of Senior Support Workers to join us at an exciting time of change. 


Who are we looking for?

This is an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Senior Support Worker to make a positive impact on the lives of service users by co-ordinating the provision of direct housing related support and housing management services. This will be achieved by working with area operation and central support teams and liaising with a range of external agencies and partners. You will report directly to Service Lead for your region. 


The successful applicant will demonstrate a desire to coach and support their team and to lead by example in driving quality and accountability whilst delivering the contractual aims of the service.


You will have experience of working with stakeholders in the Criminal Justice System and be able to communicate effectively to partners and providers. This will include forming working relationships in the MoJ and with HMPPS, and also with external community agencies to better support the service.  


You will have previous experience of supporting others and guiding them within a team as you will be required to support, coach and develop a staffing team and deputise for the Service Lead in their absence. 


This role provides an excellent springboard into other criminal justice professions including experience of working with a range of criminal justice agencies. In addition, you will gain experience in liaising with local authority Housing Benefit departments and the DWP to resolve financial issues/queries. 

This role requires regular travel and a Full Driving License with access to your vehicle are an essential criteria. 


An Enhanced DBS check is required for this role, as well as registration on the DBS Update Service. These will be completed as part of the Pre-Employment Screening process. 


This role also requires a Prison Clearance.


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