Urban Outreach is run by a dedicated team of talented staff aided by an army of wonderful volunteers.
Would you like to work for an organisation where you can:
– meet people from all walks of life?
– make a positive difference to people’s lives?
– work together in small teams with like-minded people?
– use your skills and experience to bring change in difficult situations?
Do you have:
– compassion and a commitment to helping people make changes?
– patience and organisational skills?
– clear professional boundaries?
– a good track record of managing or dealing with change?
– an ability to find creative solutions?
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Could you be a member of our team at Urban Outreach?
We are looking for two compassionate and highly motivated individuals to join our team of staff at Urban Outreach (UOB). Both positions are funded by the Big Lottery.
Support First Project Worker – responsible for intensively supporting adults who have a range of complex social and lifestyle, mental health and substance misuse issues which are resulting in a high demand for emergency services. Some may have learning difficulties. Some may have been subject to domestic abuse or be struggling with unstable and unsuitable accommodation or homelessness. The successful candidate will help service users resolve practical issues – helping them build greater stability and self-sufficiency in their lives. Ideally, the position is full time (35hrs pw) and the salary is £19,190 pa. Part-time on a job share basis might be possible. Details about what the job entails are provided in our job description for the role which you can download here.
We are also recruiting someone to provide part-time Administrative Support to our missing children project (RUNA). This position is office based and requires a high level of skill and accuracy in inputting, extracting and reconciling data from spreadsheets, databases and management information systems. Good customer service skills are also required. The position is part time weekday mornings (15hrs pw) and the salary is £7,771 pa. Details about what the job entails are provided in our job description for the role which you can download here.
Appointment to these positions will be subject to a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.
Please note that we don’t accept CV’s. Applicants are asked to complete our application form by hand, although they may word process their response to the questions on skills and interests. Before starting, please read our guide on how to apply here.
We would welcome the opportunity to have an informal chat with anyone wishing to explore whether either of these positions suits their skills and interests before completing an application form. If you wish to do this, please contact us as above.
The closing date and time for our receipt of applications is presently: 12.00 noon on Friday 21st February 2020.