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Support Worker Foyer

The Oasis Community Housing Foyer is accredited by the Foyer Federation to provide supported accommodation for young people experiencing homelessness aged 16-25. We provide holistic support, including one to one key work, Support Planning, Life and Employability Skills Workshops and opportunities for personal development. We’re seeking to recruit a Support Worker to join the team in providing support to young people across Stage 2 of the Croydon Youth Homelessness Pathway.

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of our Service Users? About supporting young people and preparing them for increased independence? Do you have experience working in supported housing with young people and/or extensive experience of supporting vulnerable and/or challenging young people?

To join us you will need to demonstrate a holistic approach in relating to young people and an understanding of the pressures facing young people, particularly around homelessness. You will need the ability to engage, relate and motivate young people, to use your initiative and work flexibly in a demanding environment.

In return you will benefit from a supportive, creative environment and have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills. We are passionate about our staff and believe in caring for them in the same ways we care about our service users. We believe staff are the foundation stone to the success of the charity and so we do everything we can to make sure they feel valued, supported, engaged and developed. We welcome applicants from all faiths or none, but it is important that all employees understand and sympathise with the Christian ethos of Oasis Community Housing. We would welcome applications from male candidates as this will help us to balance our provision to Service Users.

Click here for the Support Worker Job Description

Click here to download job application guidance

Click here to download our ethos and values

Click here to download an application form

Support Worker

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of our Service Users, supporting young people and preparing them for increased independence? Do you have experience of working in supported housing projects with young people?

Our new Southwark North contract provides supported accommodation to young people experiencing homelessness.  The main office of the project is situated at No3 Peckham with a number of satellite offices across the Borough.  The service provides support, housing and resettlement services for young people in Southwark who have the status of being looked after children or care leavers, or young people at risk of homelessness.

The primary age group is 16-21, however individuals are accepted up to the age of 25 on a case by case basis.

To join us you will need to demonstrate a holistic approach to support, and an understanding of the pressures facing young people, particularly those linked to homelessness.  You will have the ability to engage and motivate young people, to use your initiative and work flexibly in a demanding environment.

In return you will benefit from a supportive, creative environment and have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills. We are passionate about our staff and believe in caring for them in the same ways we care about our service users. We are a growing charity and don’t have the resource to provide fancy staff perks: however we are really good at the things money can’t buy. We believe staff are the foundation stone to the success of the charity and so we do everything we can to make sure they feel valued, supported, engaged and developed. We welcome applicants from all faiths or none, but it is important that all employees understand and sympathise with the Christian ethos of Oasis Community Housing.

Click here to download a full Job Description

Click here to download an application form

Click here to download our ethos and values

Click here to download job application guidance

 

 

Relief Support Workers-Gateshead

Relief Support Workers-Gateshead

Location: Elizabeth House/Naomi

Part Time, Saturday and Sunday day shift along with Saturday evening/sleep shift.

 

Salary: £9.69 per hour plus £45.00 overnight allowance

 

Oasis Community Housing is a Christian response to homelessness and disadvantage providing housing, support and other specialised services.   Our vision is for everyone to be part of a community where they are included, belong and have what they need to reach their God-given potential.

We provide holistic support, including one to one key work, Support Planning, Life and Employability Skills Workshops and opportunities for personal development. We’re seeking to recruit Relief Support Workers within our Gateshead projects Elizabeth House and the Naomi Project to join the team in providing support.

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of our Service Users? About supporting vulnerable people and preparing them for increased independence? Do you have experience working in supported housing with young people and/or extensive experience of supporting vulnerable young people?

To join us you will need to demonstrate a holistic approach in relating to people and an understanding of the pressures facing vulnerable people, particularly around homelessness.  You will need the ability to engage, relate and motivate people, to use your initiative and work flexibly in a sometimes demanding environment.

We are primarily looking to appoint relief staff to cover weekends, working a 9am-6pm shift on a rota basis with occasional 6pm-midnight and sleepover shifts. The flexibility to cover other shifts as needed would be required.

In return you will benefit from a supportive, creative environment and have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills. We are passionate about our staff and believe in caring for them in the same ways we care about our service users. We believe staff are the foundation stone to the success of the charity and so we do everything we can to make sure they feel valued, supported, engaged and developed. We welcome applicants from all faiths or none, but it is important that all employees understand and sympathise with the Christian ethos of Oasis Community Housing.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and DBS Enhanced Disclosure.

*There is an Occupational Requirement for the postholder in this residential project to be female (exemption under the Equality Act 2010 Schedule 9, Part 1, Para 1)

Please note – we are unable to contact candidates who have not been shortlisted, if you do not hear from Oasis within six weeks, please assume you have been unsuccessful.

 

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references, meeting essential criteria and Enhanced DBS (dependent on role).

 

Oasis Community Housing is an equal opportunities employer

Registered charity no. 1107554.

www.oasiscommunityhousing.org

@oasiscomhousing

https://www.facebook.com/OasisCommunityHousing/

 

Relief Support Workers, Croydon

Relief Support Worker

Salary: Grade B: £11.23 p/h (inc London Weighting)

Part time role: As needed.

Oasis Community Housing is a Christian response to homelessness and disadvantage providing housing, support and other specialised services.   Our vision is for everyone to be part of a community where they are included, belong and have what they need to reach their God-given potential.

We provide holistic support, including one to one key work, Support Planning, Life and Employability Skills Workshops and opportunities for personal development. We’re seeking to recruit Relief Support Workers to join the team in providing support to vulnerable people.

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of our Service Users? About supporting vulnerable people and preparing them for increased independence? Do you have experience working in supported housing with young people and/or extensive experience of supporting vulnerable and/or challenging young people?

To join us you will need to demonstrate a holistic approach in relating to vulnerable people and an understanding of the pressures facing vulnerable people, particularly around homelessness.  You will need the ability to engage, relate and motivate vulnerable people, to use your initiative and work flexibly in a demanding environment. Communication is vital to the work that we do, and you will need strong communication skills and have the ability to effectively and efficiently author, read and transfer information both electronically and verbally. You will be using a range of platforms to document information and interactions, so knowledge of word processing programmes such as Word are essential.

In return you will benefit from a supportive, creative environment and have the opportunity to develop your knowledge and skills. We are passionate about our staff and believe in caring for them in the same ways we care about our service users. We believe staff are the foundation stone to the success of the charity and so we do everything we can to make sure they feel valued, supported, engaged and developed. We welcome applicants from all faiths or none, but it is important that all employees understand and sympathise with the Christian ethos of Oasis Community Housing.

Any offer of employment will be subject to satisfactory references and DBS Enhanced Disclosure.