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Supported Accommodation Support Worker

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Job Summary

Contract Type:
Working Pattern:
Part time
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
04/11/2021 23:59
£17,500 - £22,000 (Dependant on experience)
Job Category:
Youth / Community / Leisure Services
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Employment Location:

Job details 

Closing date:
4 Nov

Further information

We are looking for a community-focused individual to join our team. You will be passionate about seeing improved outcomes for care-experienced and other vulnerable young people in the region.

About hopespring:

hopespring is a Sunderland based charity working with the most vulnerable young people across the region of Tyne and Wear.

With a highly committed team of trained staff and volunteers, we provide support and care for some of the most vulnerable people in society through our people-based interventions. We have various full-time projects that seek to bring interventions wherever they are needed the most.

The charity focuses largely on children, mental health and the therapeutic education of the most vulnerable.

Young Mums’ Supported Accommodation:

hopespring’s Young Mums’ Supported Accommodation is a 24/7 supported accommodation provision that seeks to give young mothers a better start, by supporting parents. Staff have a hands-on role in engaging with parents to ensure they feel welcome and competent to be the good parents they want to be.

The Role:

• You will play a key role in the day-to-day running of the home, providing practical and emotional support to young mothers. Duties include but are not limited to:

• To provide practical and emotional support to young mothers in a 24/7 supported accommodation, and assist them to develop skills detailed in their individual support plan.

• To help create a nurturing, non-judgemental home environment; enabling residents to gain confidence and skills as a mother.

• To ensure accurate recordings are made for each resident.

• To maintain a clean and tidy home.

• To liaise with outside agencies including police, social services, health and education services, to improve young people’s life choices and reduce risk-taking behaviours.

• To encourage residents to maintain socially acceptable standards of behaviour as described in the Staff Handbook and other guidelines for staff.

• To respect and maintain the confidential nature of the work.


Please note that pay is on a pro-rata basis.

Application Process:

Candidates will need to fill in an application form to be considered. The application form, along with the job description and person specification, can be found in the documents attached to this advert.

Please return your completed application to recruitment@hopespringcharity.org

Once all applications have been reviewed, we will shortlist for interviews. Further information will be provided prior to attending an interview.

Candidates must be over 21 to be considered for the role.

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