Location: South Ealing
Salary: £18,181.80 per annum (70 hours bi-weekly)
YMCA West London’s mission is developing opportunities that transform young lives. The primary purpose of YMCA West London’s South Ealing Project is to provide high quality, holistic support and temporary housing accommodation with associated facilities for young vulnerable people to develop their personal and social skills sufficient for them to live independently from the YMCA in a sustainable way. Every member of staff, therefore, has the support of residents as their primary purpose. The principle accountabilities of this post therefore flow from that premise.
About the role
The purpose of this role is to provide high quality, holistic support for our residents including emotional support and general counselling; help in gaining access to other services; and supervising and monitoring their health and wellbeing. This role reports to the Senior Night Support Manager and has responsibility for the safety of the building and the welfare of the residents during the night hours.
For more information about the role, please refer to the following Job Description:
Applicants should have:
• Knowledge of the handling of emergency situations and working with emergency services.
• Be able to communicate effectively with service users, residents, customers and staff both in writing and orally.
• Be able to deal firmly and politely with residents to ensure the House Rules and Licence Agreement are adhered to.
• Relevant vocational training or be willing to undertake further vocational training.
Complete the relevant application form, along with the Equal Opportunities form, and send to:
External applications must be sent to Amy Newton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Internal applications must be sent to HRSS@ymcaspg.org
Closing Date: 22nd May 2020
We are committed to reflecting the diverse community we serve and creating an inclusive workplace for all people, where everyone feels valued. We encourage applications from a diverse range of people and are committed to employment practices that are fair, responsive and inclusive. Furthermore, we are committed to providing adjustments and accessibility to candidates with a disability. Please make direct contact to discuss how we can support you throughout your candidate journey.
YMCA West London is a Christian organisation and as an employee you will be required to respect its ethos and uphold its values.
The successful candidate will be expected to declare all previous offences and to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.