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The Whitechapel Centre
Liverpool L3 8DT
0151 207 8624
Please note: we do not accept CVs without an accompanying application form.
The Whitechapel Centre offers a supportive, friendly work environment, good pension scheme and staff benefits.
All posts are subject to an Enhanced level check by the Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS).
Committed to addressing discrimination and promoting equality and diversity in the provision of services and employment.
Role: Project Manager
Salary: NCJ Scale point 24 - 29 £31,099.00 - £35,411 pa,
Hours: 37.5 hrs/week
Work pattern: 12 hour shifts worked on a fixed, fortnightly rota across all days of the week.
With a wealth of experience of working within a hostel or supported accommodation setting with people who are homeless or have multiple or complex needs, you will be able to hit the ground running in this role which delivers 24hr housing support and housing management services to single people and couples who are homeless. Your objectives will include working in partnership with local voluntary and statutory agencies to ensure residents are offered co-ordinated, wrap-around support which meets their needs;
achieving positive outcomes and timely move on for residents and working to achieve a reduction in levels of repeat homelessness.
This will be a challenging, fast-paced role which will suit a team player with first class planning and organisation skills, who can provide strong and directed leadership and maintain high levels of personal credibility with staff and service users. Experience of rent account and service charge systems would be a distinct advantage.
There is no formal close date for this vacancy. We are advertising via a range of channels and reserve the right to review applications each Friday and close the vacancy as soon as our shortlisting requirements are met.
Role: Waking Night Project Worker
Salary range: NJC 8 – 11 (£22,777 - £24,054)
Hours: 37.5 hrs/week (12 hour shifts worked on rolling rota across all days)
Working in partnership with Liverpool City Council and SHAP Ltd, The Whitechapel Centre, deliver a Harm Reduction Service based within a supported accommodation setting for up to 33 people who have substance misuse and/or mental health issues, some of whom may also have physical health and care needs.
The aim of the service is to increase individuals’ sense of confidence, independence and recovery and enable them to make positive changes in their lives.
Your role will be to work as part of a small team to engage with clients and to supervise their conduct, health, safety and welfare during the night-time.
Able to get alongside people and to motivate change, you will have extensive experience of working with people with complex needs and a range of mental and physical health issues.
Please note that there is no formal close date for this vacancy. We are advertising via a range of channels and reserve the right to review applications each Friday and close the vacancy as soon as our shortlisting requirements are met.
We are inviting applicants to join our register of bank workers who support our various accommodation based services across the city. Your role will be to act as a member of a team to support the overnight operation of the service ensuring a healthy and safe environment is maintained at all times.
Shifts are typically 7.30pm to 8am. Further information about the role is provided in the Job Description attached.