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Tenancy Support Worker

Reference:
SW/01/18
Sector:
Housing & Homelessness
Job Role
Support Worker
Salary:
£18,996 Per Annum
Hours:
Full Time
Town/City:
Swansea
Contract Type:
Permanent
Closing Date:
22/01/2018

SYSHP is a homeless charity based in Swansea, which has been delivering services to vulnerable socially excluded and potentially homeless young people for over 20 years. For young people at an age where they are no longer children and not quite adults, life can be pretty tough. For those who have come out of care or broken up with their families and are worried where they will live, it’s often unbearable.

We provide a wide range of supported housing services and a camouflaged learning programme. SYSHP works closely with a variety of agencies bringing to the partnership the significant benefits of our ability to engage and to work with the most vulnerable service users in a holistic way supporting their individual needs.

We are looking to recruit for the following vacancies, operating within SYSHP’s floating support accommodation projects:

  • Tenancy Support Worker
  • £18,966 per year
  • 37.5 hrs per week

Working as part of a small team you will provide housing related support to young people housed in the Swansea area. Thanks to a years experience of working with disadvantaged young people you will be committed to providing a first class service. We are looking for an excellent communicator who is able to motivate others.

Ref: SW/01/18

Closing Date for Applications: 12noon Monday 22nd January 2018

Interviews: Tuesday 30th January 2018

Company Benefits include 32 days Annual Leave per year including Statutory Holidays.

Please e mail: administration@syshp.org.uk to request an application form.

SYSHP works in an anti-discriminatory manner. We welcome applications from all people. All post-holders will have contact with vulnerable young people. An Enhanced Disclosure with the Criminal Records Bureau will be required for the successful applicants. Men and people from the black minority ethnic community are currently under represented in the organisation.