About you Do you have experience and/or willingness to work with clients who may demonstrate challenging behaviour? Do you have experience of supporting socially disadvantaged and vulnerable people? Do you have experience of working in an environment that is health and safety conscience? Do you have strong organisational skills and communication skills? Do you have commitment to detail, ensuring all work is accurate, concise and understandable? Do you have willingness to work in cooperation with team members and to work flexibly within the role? If so, this may be the role for you. About us Changing Lives is a national charity that supports over 17,500 people each year. We are a well-respected, growing organisation dedicated to supporting the most vulnerable people across the UK. We began as a soup run supporting people who were homeless in the North East over 45 years ago, and are proud to still have our main base and central office in the North East. Since 1970, our services have grown and developed to support people experiencing a wide range of personal challenges, including addiction and recovery programmes, employment guidance, help for people in prison or on probation, and support for people experiencing sexual exploitation or domestic abuse. We’re looking for committed and compassionate professionals who share our enthusiasm for changing lives. About the job This is a role for a Waking Night Support Worker who will be responsible for delivering a high quality housing management service to individuals in a supported housing environment throughout the night.
Location: York | Organisation: Changing Lives
Salary: £18,200 per annum | Job type: Part time | Hours: 37 hours per week
Closing date: 31-01-2019
How to apply:
Want to know more about this extremely exciting and rewarding opportunity? Download the full job description and application form from https://www.changing-lives.org.uk/careers/vacancies/ We are passionate about creating a diverse workforce and positively encourage applications from under-represented communities.
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