Vacancy: Weekend Project Worker
Date posted: Tuesday 18 Apr 2017
Weekend Project Worker
The Haven, Residential Care Home N4 4AQ
Salary: £26,872 to £31,142 per annum ILW (Pro-Rata)
‘Have you got the ability to recognise people’s individuality and encourage individuals to positively change their lives?’
Since 1887, the West London Mission has offered pioneering social work serving those who are homeless and some of the most marginalized members of society. We have developed a range of innovative projects which support and empower some of the most vulnerable people in London.
The Haven offers long term residential care accommodation service for those who suffer from chronic alcohol addiction. By recognising people’s individuality we encourage individuals to positively change their lives.
The main purpose of a Weekend Project Worker is to manage the project in conjunction with other members of the team and to provide support and advice to Residents. Weekend Project Worker must be creative and self-motivated individuals who are willing to provide personalised support to men who have a present alcohol addiction and associated support needs.
Employment is on a pro-rata contract to cover the late shifts between 14:00 to 21:30 on Saturdays and Sundays which total 14hours and 20minutes per week. In addition the Weekend Project Worker will be offered additional shifts in a locum capacity to cover absences in the residential unit when permanent staff are absent due to sickness, annual leave or when vacant posts have not been filled.
Shift work is essential to our commitment to deliver safe, quality services. The Weekend Project Worker role involves working on a shift rota which includes weekend shifts.
- Please click HERE to complete the application process.
- Closing date for submission of applications is midnight Sunday 7th May 2017.
This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check.
- Assessments and Interviews to be held week commencing 15th May 2017.
Posted by: Admin on Tuesday 18 Apr 2017
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