VACANCIES

Housing Support Worker

Closing Date: Sunday 6th February 2022

Interview: TBC

Full time - 1 Year Fixed Term Contract

We have a great opportunity for Housing Support Worker to join the team at Hope Housing. They will be joining a team that takes a holistic approach and enables even the most disadvantaged people to access housing, financial and practical help via a person centred, individualistic approach.

This post is funded by the Church Urban Fund as part of the Positive Pathways programme, Church Urban Fund’s five-year homelessness prevention programme, which is specifically designed to help people with experience of homelessness move forward in life, focus on developing a broad range of life skills and with an end goal of permanent sustainable accommodation and community integration. A key strength of the Positive Pathways programme is that it has the flexibility to work with people in a relational way, focus on wellbeing interventions and provide support over the medium to long term. We are looking for a Housing Support Worker to support our vulnerable clients in our supported housing as part of this project.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

How to apply


Applications for the post are invited from those who have the relevant skills, experience and passion by
submission of a detailed CV and covering application letter to Laith Sweiss (Housing Support Manager) via
email: contact@hopehousing.org.uk.

Housing Support Worker

Closing Date: Sunday 6th February 2022

Interview: TBC

Part time (22.5 hrs) - 1 Year Fixed Term Contract

We have a great opportunity for Housing Support Worker to join the team at Hope Housing. You will be joining a team that tailors it's support to each individual and enables even the most disadvantaged people to access housing, financial and practical help via a person centred, individualistic approach.

This post is funded by the Church Urban Fund as part of the Positive Pathways programme, Church Urban Fund’s five-year homelessness prevention programme, which is specifically designed to help people with experience of homelessness move forward in life, focus on developing a broad range of life skills and with an end goal of permanent sustainable accommodation and community integration. A key strength of the Positive Pathways programme is that it has the flexibility to work with people in a relational way, focus on wellbeing interventions and provide support over the medium to long term. We are looking for a Housing Support Worker to support our vulnerable clients in our supported housing as part of this project.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you!

How to apply

Applications for the post are invited from those who have the relevant skills, experience and passion by submission of a detailed CV and covering application letter to Laith Sweiss (Housing Support Manager) via email: contact@hopehousing.org.uk.

Admin, Marketing and Fundraising - Kickstart Scheme

The Admin, Marketing and Fundraising Assistant will provide marketing and administrative support to enable the smooth running of the office and various projects. As a member of the team they will contribute to fulfilling Hope Housing's vision for the eradication of homelessness in Bradford. They will also be part of the fundraising team, increasing the income to the charity by delivering fundraising events and increasing community participation. Please be advised that applicants for this position will need to be between the ages of 16-25 and in receipt of Universal Credit.

 

Applications will need to be made via the job centre.

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