Housing Support Worker – Bromsgrove – Bromsgrove, Worcestershire

Housing Support Worker – Bromsgrove

Joshua Robert

Bromsgrove, Worcestershire


Housing Support Worker – Bromsgrove

Housing Support Worker – Bromsgrove – Excellent Pay Rate – Reputable Charity – Training & Progression – Permanent Opportunity

So, you’re passionate about helping others; why not use this to your advantage?

The Organisation:

I am currently recruiting for an organisation specialising in support for those who have mental health difficulties and learning disabilities – their work is certainly well recognised as they continue to expand all over the UK.

Having recently expanded upon services within west midlands they are currently looking for Housing Support Workers to help contribute to the high-quality service they provide to those in need. Could that be you?

The Opportunities:

– Our client is seeking employees on a ‘temp-to-perm’ basis, meaning successful candidates will have the chance to obtain a permanent role and truly invest in their professional development within a growing service.
– Required working hours of 37.50 per week; Monday to Friday shift based: 08:00 – 16:00 pm / 1pm – 9pm.
– Based in Bromsgrove
– Candidate will be managing a full caseload of 7-10 clients.
– Excellent pay rate: candidate’s will be paid £10.00 PAYE Or £12.50 per hour Umbrella.
– Perm Salary £20,152 – £22,102 per annum

The Duties & Responsibilities:

– As a Housing Support worker, you will need to encourage and motivate young people to engage with and sustain education, training, and employment opportunities.
– You will be tasked with supporting young peoples’ progress, working innovatively and flexibly to assist with any problems which may arise.
– Part of your role will be to refer young people for opportunities in work experience and employment as appropriate
– You will need to maintain accurate records of all young people action plans and progress
– As a Housing Support Worker, you will be required to undertake holistic risk and needs assessments and to develop support and risk management plans.
– An important part of your role will be to support and encourage young people to develop positive family and other support networks.
– You will be required to prepare young people to take up and sustain settled accommodation and to continue to provide ongoing support to them.
– As a Housing Support worker, you will need to be available to young people for regular support sessions and to respond to crises.
– Furthermore, you will need to take responsibility for safeguarding the welfare of young people.

The Candidate:

– Relevant experience within social care, social housing or another similar background.
– Passion and empathy for supporting others and enabling their growth and personal progression.
– You will be subject to an enhanced DBS check.

The Rewards:

As their organisation grows, you will have the continued opportunity to build a career in supported housing, and certainly be at the ‘front of the line’ as you do so. Moreover, with great pay rates, high levels of employee and service-user satisfaction, this role will certainly not be one to miss out on.

If you’re interested in this role, or know someone who is, get in touch!

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