Bradford Cyrenians provides a range of supported housing, hostel and floating support provision for homeless men and women, former rough sleepers and services that specialise in supporting men fleeing domestic abuse, ex-offenders and single parents. Our services are flexible and user-led, with a focus on prevention, enabling individuals to take control of their lives.
We are looking to recruit a:
Support Worker/Night Warden to work at our Hostel service
To work night shifts and weekend day shifts on a 7 day rota
Shifts are 8:00pm to 8:30am with a sleep in between 12:00am and 7:00am. Weekend shifts are 8:00am to 2:30pm and 2:00pm to 9:30pm.
Salary £9.00 per hour
Friendly and Supportive Environment
H/she will be responsible for delivering a night and weekend day support service ensuring safety and security to service users living in our hostel in Bradford. As well as providing crisis management support to our service users living in schemes located in and around Bradford.
You will be highly motivated and have the passion, enthusiasm and commitment towards making a difference to the lives of vulnerable homeless people.
If you are interested in the post, you can request an application pack from Jamila Khanum via firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 01274 905676
Closing date for completed applications is 03.12.2021
Interviews to be held on 07.12.2021
A full induction and peer mentoring programme will be provided to the successful candidate
We must ensure that the needs of the service are met and these are established on the basis of full attendance from staff. We therefore have a positive approach to absence management through our Absence Policy.
Employment is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
Bradford Cyrenians is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome job applications from all sections of the community. We are currently under represented by LGBTQI+ people, males and people with disabilities and so would encourage people from these groups to apply for roles within the organisation.
You will assist the Service Manager and Supported Housing Officers to offer support to callers over the telephone. You will, after induction, be responsible for support, signposting and offering emotional support to callers. You will be signposting callers to other support agencies and or referring callers to our Men Standing Up floating support scheme.
The job may entail some lone working.
You must be highly motivated and have the passion, enthusiasm and commitment towards making a difference to the lives of callers who are or have been suffering domestic abuse. We are looking for volunteers with the willingness to learn and develop.
A full induction will be offered along with regular supervision and ongoing training. Employment is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.