Thank you for showing an interest in working with us.
Our staff team is undeniably our greatest resource. Employing the right people and providing a supportive working environment is vital if we are to provide the best possible services for our clients.
Working with us you will find a supportive and friendly working environment underpinned by an ethos which supports flexibility, work life balance and staff wellbeing. We provide a number of staff benefits to support this ethos which include:
- 35 days annual leave (Including bank holidays)
- Up to 2 days paid charity leave
- Professional body annual fees
- Flexible working
- Corporate eye care scheme
- Employee Assistance Programme
- TPT Pension Scheme with optional death in service Benefits
If you have the skills passion and commitment to help us achieve our mission we would love to hear from you.
Full Time Support Worker
Job title: Support Worker
Salary range: £20,387 - £22,267
Duration of contract: Permanent
Responsible to: Senior Support Worker
Hours per week: 35
Home Working – As part of our COVID secure measures and our commitment to flexible working this role can include some home working.
Disclosure and Barring: This post requires an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring check (DBS)
Closing Date: Sunday 26th February 2023
About the role
We are recruiting a new member of our support team to work with clients who have experienced homelessness to support them to sustain their tenancy and with their journey towards independent living. The ideal candidate will be resilient, empathetic and supportive and already have experience of providing support to vulnerable clients.
If you committed to helping change people’s lives for the long term we would love to hear from you.
How to apply
To apply for this role please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Your Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- A covering letter or supporting statement
- A completed equalities monitoring form (Optional) (link)
For further details about the post please refer to the Support Worker recruitment pack.
We are committed to increasing the diversity of staff within Self Help and welcome applications from anyone who meets the requirements of the person specification.
We especially welcome applications from people with lived experience of homelessness.
We encourage applications from all ethnic backgrounds, gender identities and sexual orientations; we are committed to equal opportunity, equal treatment and respect for every individual.
If you have a disability please do let us know how we might help support you in your application.
Notice for Recruiters
Our recruitment policy is to source candidates directly whenever possible. When this is not possible we will engage a recruitment agency from our preferred supplier list. We will only accept candidate referrals from our current approved suppliers. Unsolicited approaches from other agencies will not be accepted and could affect any decision to work with them in the future. Strictly no canvassing.