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We are looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker, based in the new Pathway - HOME, Cheltenham, with a sense of purpose to help improve the lives of others and make a lasting difference in the lives of adults.

In return, you will receive training and professional development opportunities, a generous pension, life assurance, excellent additional benefits and be part of the YMCA Cheltenham family – including free gym membership and being invited to our fun and annual events for you, your colleagues and even your family members.

The role is 37.5 hours a week, working Monday to Friday.

Salary is between £25,095 to £30,199 per annum, dependent on relevant skills, experience, and qualifications.

ABOUT YOU We are inviting applications for a Senior Support Worker to be part of our Housing Team based in Cheltenham - in the new PATHWAY HOME. This is an exciting time to join us as we open new services in Cheltenham and deliver a game-changing service delivery model designed to prevent the catastrophe of repeat homelessness, which we call The PATHWAY HOME. To be successful in this role, you should have recent experience in providing line management, preferably within the supported housing sector. You will have experience in recruiting staff, providing 121s, induction, probations and appraisals, and have the ability to motivate people, be organised, able to meet deadlines, be able to communicate effectively, be tactful and diplomatic, be attentive to detail, have good problem-solving skills, and possess excellent interpersonal skills. ABOUT US YMCA Cheltenham, founded in 1855, is a registered charity and has become a leading provider of supported housing for the most vulnerable in Cheltenham and Gloucester, alongside other works sports facilities, affordable housing and other charitable activities.   Organisational Values YMCA Cheltenham is an organisation founded on Christian values and, as such, employees may encounter behaviours, artefacts, or other elements particular to or representative of the Christian faith in their workplace.   As an organisation founded on the Christian Faith, YMCA Cheltenham draws its Values from the Bible, principally as described in Micah 6:8. Our Values are therefore expressed as follows:   YMCA Cheltenham will operate with Equity, Integrity, Openness and Honesty. YMCA Cheltenham will engage with Empathy, Kindness, Generosity and Grace. YMCA Cheltenham will be Thoughtful, Discrete, Ethical and Respectful to all.   Employees are not required to adhere to the Christian faith, nor any faith, and no such consideration is made by the organisation in employment choices nor in delivering its services – however, we do expect all employees to demonstrate the list of Values shown while in the workplace.   ABOUT THE ROLE The Senior Support Worker will line manage a team of Housing Support Workers, to support the most vulnerable and excluded in society, to move from a place of personal risk and vulnerability to a place of personal resilience and independence. The Senior Support Worker will report to the Housing Manager, in supporting residents on their journey through Vittoria Walk to move on accommodation, which will be different for each resident. The Senior Support Worker will: · Line manages a team of support workers including providing 121s, probations and appraisals. · Supervise & guide staff in the provision of support at Vittoria Walk. · Be able to provide cover for the Housing Manager in times of absence, to ensure that stakeholders, partners and commissioners are able to be informed of service outcomes as necessary. · Be able to provide information and operational insight to the Head of Operations, other member of the Senior Leadership Team or the CEO, if required. to ensure they are kept informed with service outcomes. · Provide cover for support workers in times of absence, to ensure service provision is maintained. · Provide supervisory functions for a team of support workers, in relation to all HR matters and requirements of the organisation.       ABOUT WHAT WE OFFER The organisation recognise that employees need a great work-life balance and so we will design our shift patterns to support you in achieving just that. We provide a generous contributory pension and great holiday entitlement, increasing after two years length of service up to a maximum of a further 5 days annual leave. We also provide additional wellbeing days. In addition to all of this, we offer non-contractual benefits such as life-assurance and free use of the organisation’s sports facilities. We provide a comprehensive training programme for all staff across the organisation and have a commitment to helping staff progress and develop. We are committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their age, gender, disability, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith. We have procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process. YMCA Cheltenham is wholly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate that they have the mandatory and legally required evidence to work in the UK, prior to starting with the organisation   For more information right-click and Save link as... - Senior Support Worker Job Description 2024   APPLY HERE

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Job CategoryHousing Support
Hours37.5 hours per week
SalaryUp to £30,199 per annum

GET INVOLVED – WORK FOR US – BE DRIVEN BY THE GOOD WE DO Are you looking for your next exciting challenge? Would you like to work for a local charity making a real difference? Do you want to help ...

MAKE A DIFFERENCE – WORK FOR US AND DO GOOD

Are you looking for your next exciting challenge?

Do you want to make a real difference?

Do you want to work in an organisation that really cares about you and what you do?

Then join us here at Cheltenham YMCA.

We are looking to recruit three Housing Support Workers with a sense of purpose to help improve the lives of others and who will help us maintain the highest levels of support we can provide to those who need us most.

In return, you will receive generous holiday entitlement, health-care benefits, training and professional development, as well as 2 additional wellbeing days a year. You will also receive a generous pension, life assurance and be part of the YMCA Cheltenham family – including free gym membership and being invited to our fun and annual events just for you.

The role is 37.5 hours a week, working Monday to Friday.

Salary up to £25,094 per annum dependent on relevant skills, experience, and qualifications.

ABOUT YOU We are inviting applications for Housing Support Workers to be part of our Housing Team based in Cheltenham - in the new PATHWAY HOME. This is an exciting time to join us as we open new services in Cheltenham and deliver a game-changing service delivery model designed to prevent the catastrophe of repeat homelessness, which we call The PATHWAY HOME. If you can work with tact and diplomacy, apply judgement and common sense, and react sensitively and with emotional intelligence when dealing with the complex or sensitive circumstances of vulnerable people, then this is the perfect role for you. Ideally, you will have had previous experience of paid or volunteer work in a similar role and have a Level 3 in a relevant qualification (or a desire to work with us to achieve this).   ABOUT US YMCA Cheltenham, founded in 1855, is a registered charity and has become a leading provider of supported housing for the most vulnerable in Cheltenham and Gloucester, alongside other works sports facilities, affordable housing and other charitable activities. Organisational Values YMCA Cheltenham is an organisation founded on Christian values and, as such, employees may encounter behaviours, artefacts, or other elements particular to or representative of the Christian faith in their workplace.   As an organisation founded on the Christian Faith, YMCA Cheltenham draws its Values from the Bible, principally as described in Micah 6:8. Our Values are therefore expressed as follows:   YMCA Cheltenham will operate with Equity, Integrity, Openness and Honesty. YMCA Cheltenham will engage with Empathy, Kindness, Generosity and Grace. YMCA Cheltenham will be Thoughtful, Discrete, Ethical and Respectful to all.   Employees are not required to adhere to the Christian faith, nor any faith, and no such consideration is made by the organisation in employment choices nor in delivering its services – however, we do expect all employees to demonstrate the list of Values shown while in the workplace.   ABOUT THE ROLE The Housing Support Worker’s role is to work as part of a committed and capable team to provide housing related support to those who need our help, supporting them to achieve their aspirations for future housing and independent living. The Housing Support Worker also helps to maintain a safe and supportive living environment for vulnerable people and to help manage any additional support needs of residents through various engagement methods.   ABOUT WHAT WE OFFER The organisation recognise that employees need down time, or time off, so time will be given off after working shifts to ensure that you can achieve a great work-life balance. We provide a generous contributory pension and great holiday entitlement, increasing after two years length of service up to a maximum of a further 5 days annual leave. We also provide additional wellbeing days. In addition to all of this, we offer non-contractual benefits such as life-assurance and free use of the organisation’s sports facilities. We provide a comprehensive training programme for all staff across the organisation and have a commitment to helping staff progress and develop. We are committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their age, gender, disability, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith. We have procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process. YMCA Cheltenham is wholly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment.   For more information right-click and Save link as... - Housing Support Worker 2024   APPLY HERE

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Job CategoryHousing Support
Hours37.5 hours per week
SalaryUp to £25,094 per annum

MAKE A DIFFERENCE – WORK FOR US AND DO GOOD Are you looking for your next exciting challenge? Do you want to make a real difference? Do you want to work in an organisation that really cares about yo...

 

GET INVOLVED – WORK FOR US – BE DRIVEN BY THE GOOD WE DO

Are you looking for your next exciting challenge?

Would you like to work for a local charity making a real difference?

Do you want to help improve the lives of others?

Then come and join our team - it’s exciting, challenging and so rewarding.

We are looking to recruit a part-time (10 hours per week, worked over 2 mornings) Sports Centre Team Member with a sense of purpose to help improve the lives of others and make a lasting difference in the lives of children and adults.

In return, you will receive training and professional development opportunities, a generous pension, life assurance, excellent ancillary benefits and be part of the YMCA Cheltenham family – including free gym membership and being invited to our fun and annual events for you, your colleagues and even family members.

We offer a salary up to £6,691.73 per annum (based on working 10 hours per week) dependent on relevant skills, experience and qualifications.

ABOUT YOU We are inviting applications for a Sports Centre Team Member to be part of our Health & Wellbeing Team, based at our Cheltenham Sports Centre. This is an exciting time to join us as we look to develop and grow the range of activities we deliver to the local community and specifically young people. If you have a passion for sports and exercise, excellent people skills, enjoy working as part of team and have a desire to help deliver high quality activities to help people realise their potential this is the perfect role for you. A level 2 in a relevant qualification is essential, as is previous experience working with children or young people.   ABOUT US YMCA Cheltenham, founded in 1855, is a registered charity and has become a leading provider of supported housing for the most vulnerable in Cheltenham and Gloucester, alongside other works sports facilities, affordable housing and other charitable activities. YMCA Cheltenham is an organisation founded on Christian values and, as such, employees may encounter behaviours, artefacts, or other elements particular to or representative of the Christian faith in their workplace. Employees are not required to adhere to the Christian faith, or any faith, and no such consideration is made by the organisation in employment choices or in delivering its services.     ABOUT THE ROLE The Team Member’s role is to work as part of a small and committed team to deliver a diverse timetable of activities and excellent customer service to YMCA members and the local community. Working closely with the Sports Centre Manager you will be responsible for ensuring a welcoming and safe environment for those using the Sports Centre and, as directed, help deliver and lead activities for our members.   ABOUT WHAT WE OFFER The organisation recognise that employees need a great work-life balance. We provide a generous contributory pension and great holiday entitlement, increasing after two years length of service up to a maximum of a further 5 days annual leave. We also provide additional wellbeing days. In addition to all of this, we offer non-contractual benefits such as life-assurance and free use of the organisation’s sports facilities. We provide a comprehensive training programme for all staff across the organisation and have a commitment to helping staff progress and develop. We are committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their age, gender, disability, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith. We have procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process. YMCA Cheltenham is wholly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate that they have the mandatory and legally required evidence to work in the UK prior to starting with the organisation.   For more information right-click and Save link as. Sports Centre Team Member Job Description 2024   APPLY HERE

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Job CategorySports Centre
Hours10 hours per week
SalaryUp to £6,691.73 per annum

  GET INVOLVED – WORK FOR US – BE DRIVEN BY THE GOOD WE DO Are you looking for your next exciting challenge? Would you like to work for a local charity making a real difference? Do you want t...

GET INVOLVED – WORK FOR US – BE DRIVEN BY THE GOOD WE DO

Are you looking for your next exciting challenge?

Would you like to work for a local charity making a real difference?

Do you want to help improve the lives of others?

Then come and join our team - it’s exciting, challenging and so rewarding.

 

We are looking to recruit a Senior Support Worker, based at Caridas House, Gloucester, with a sense of purpose to help improve the lives of others and make a lasting difference in the lives of adults. In return, you will receive training and professional development opportunities, a generous pension, life assurance, excellent additional benefits and be part of the YMCA Cheltenham family – including free gym membership and being invited to our fun and annual events for you, your colleagues and even your family members. The role is 37.5 hours a week, working Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm.

The role will require the suitable applicant to be part of an on- call, out of hours role, on a rota basis with other Managers. Salary between £25,095 to £30,199 per annum, dependent on relevant skills, experience and qualifications.

 

ABOUT YOU

We are inviting applications for the role of Senior Support Worker based at Caridas House, Gloucester.

To be successful in this role, you should have recent experience in line managing a team, preferably within the supported housing sector. You will have the ability to motivate people, be organised, able to meet deadlines, be able to communicate effectively, be tactful and diplomatic, be attentive to detail, have good problem-solving skills, and possess excellent interpersonal skills. You will have specialist training to RQF Level 3 and 4 or a desire to achieve this qualification. You will have a minimum of RQF 3 in management or a desire to achieve this qualification. You will have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the Supported Housing environment with experience of working with vulnerable at-risk clients

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ABOUT US

YMCA Cheltenham, founded in 1855, is a registered charity and has become a leading provider of supported housing for the most vulnerable in Cheltenham and Gloucester, alongside other works sports facilities, affordable housing and other charitable activities. YMCA Cheltenham is an organisation founded on Christian values and, as such, employees may encounter behaviours, artefacts, or other elements particular to or representative of the Christian faith in their workplace. Employees are not required to adhere to the Christian faith, or any faith, and no such consideration is made by the organisation in employment choices or in delivering its services.

 

ABOUT THE ROLE

The Senior Support Worker will line manage a team of Housing Support Workers, to support the most vulnerable and excluded in society, to move from a place of personal risk and vulnerability, to a place of personal resilience and independence. The Senior Support Worker will report to the Senior Manager- Pathway, in supporting residents on their journey through Caridas House to move on accommodation, which will be different for each resident.

The Senior Support Worker will:

• Supervise, support & guide staff in the provision of support at Caridas House. • Be able to provide cover for the Senior Manager- Pathway in times of absence, to ensure that stakeholders, partners and commissioners are able to be informed of service outcomes as necessary. • Be able to provide information and operational insight to the Head of Operations, other member of the Senior Leadership Team or the CEO, if required. to ensure they are kept informed with service outcomes. • Provide cover for support workers in times of absence, to ensure service provision is maintained. • Provide supervisory functions for a team of support workers, in relation to all HR matters and requirements of the organisation. This includes carrying out One to Ones and

Appraisals for their team. Carrying out thorough inductions for all new starters in the team. Provide training and guidance to the team.

ABOUT WHAT WE OFFER

The organisation recognise that employees need down time, or time off, so time will be given off after working shifts to ensure that you can achieve a great work-life balance. We provide a generous contributory pension, 28 days holiday inclusive of Public Holidays (increasing after 2 years with an additional extra day of holiday, up to a maximum of an additional 5 days), 2 additional wellbeing days a year, and up to 20 days sick pay per annum.

The organisation also offers non-contractual benefits such as life assurance and free use of the organisation’s sports facilities. We provide a comprehensive training programme for all staff across the organisation and have a commitment to helping staff progress and develop.

We are committed to creating a dynamic and diverse workforce and welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates regardless of their age, gender, disability, race or ethnicity, sexual orientation or faith.

We have procedures in place to ensure that all applicants are treated fairly and consistently at every stage of the recruitment process. YMCA Cheltenham is wholly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We expect all our staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will need to demonstrate that they have the mandatory and legally required evidence to work in the UK, prior to starting with the organisation.

For more information right-click and Save link as...  Senior Support Worker in Gloucester job description document Senior Support Worker Job Description 2024   APPLY HERE

Job Features

Job CategoryHousing Support
Hours37.5 hours per week
SalaryUp to £30,199 per annum

GET INVOLVED – WORK FOR US – BE DRIVEN BY THE GOOD WE DO Are you looking for your next exciting challenge? Would you like to work for a local charity making a real difference? Do you want to help ...