Homeground ha ve vacanc ies for 2 Project Worker s to provide support to homeless young people and adults accommodated within the hostel. Can Managers advise all staff and volunteers about this opportunity.
The role involves work ing with residents to develop the skills needed to promote their independent living . This is competed through the resettlement passport. The course is made up of 10 units, covering areas key to sustaining a tenancy. It is updated each year with new benefit and housing policy changes.
Experience of working with young people is desirable, preferably within a residential setting and experience of the benefits system.
Experience of using the mainstay system is essential.
Experience of A.C.E.S and P.I.E environments is desirable and supporting young people through homelessness and into independent accommodation.
LOCATION: Local Solutions Homeground – Scotland Road – Liverpool
HOURS: Full time
SALARY: £22,200 per annum
This is an exciting opportunity to play a role with a leading Health and Social Care Charity. Our MISSION is to Build Resilience, Raise Aspiration, and Improve Lives.
Our work is focused on serving the communities within the Liverpool City Region and surrounding areas, we are guided by our VISION of a society in which all people can live with dignity, lead fulfilled lives and realise their potential.
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE:
Post is subject to a Enhanced Disclosure. CVs are not accepted.
Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Wednesday 30 th September 2020
You can find the job description and apply via the link below.
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