Location: YMCA Wimbledon
Responsible for: Night Duty Officers
Work Location: YMCA Wimbledon, although may be required to work at any YMCA LSW location
Hours of Work: Average of 40 hours per week worked over a two week period; shifts cover 9.00pm to 9.00am, Monday to Sunday or 8:30pm to 8:30am, Monday to Sunday. Worked on a rota basis, including regular weekends and public holidays (subject to alteration).
Salary: £11.57 ph / £24,065.60 per annum.
Closing date: 26th March 2019
Work as part of a team providing care, support and security to people with a variety of support needs. This includes people from a range of ages and backgrounds who may suffer from issues relating to their mental health, family breakdown and alcohol/drug abuse.
Provide front of house and reception services; a warm welcome; ensure the security of the building as well as the safety of the residents and short stay guests is maintained. Deal with and advise homeless people who may present themselves at the Accommodation out of hours.
Line manage and supervise the team of Night Duty Officers.
YMCA St Paul’s Group is a charity and registered housing provider whose mission is to be an inclusive Christian Association transforming communities so that all young people can belong, contribute and thrive. As a member of the wider YMCA Federation, our vision is of places where young people thrive and communities flourish
The Association is the largest YMCA in Europe and one of the largest providers of supported housing in London and beyond providing a safe place to stay for around 1,200 residents each night. As well as accommodation, care homes, education and training, the Association is focused on the transformation of communities through its Health and Wellbeing Centres, children, youth and family programmes including nurseries, after school clubs and soft play centres.
The Community Activities Team works in-conjunction with the Housing and Support Team and provides a varied range of personal development, engagement, employment, training and volunteering opportunities to its residents. The Housing and Support Team is committed to helping people move from dependence to independence.
Inspired and faithful to our Christian values, the YMCA welcomes, serves and works with persons of all religious faiths and of none, who are committed to working towards the creation of supportive, inclusive and energising communities.
Completed Application Packs should be directed to our external recruitment/response handler’s HR Initiatives Limited c/o firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Tuesday 26th March 2019
YMCA St Paul’s Group is an equal opportunities employer. We value the importance of diversity and positively welcome applications from all members of the community, including those with disabilities. As a responsible employer, we follow safer recruitment guidelines and if you are selected for an interview you will be required to complete an application form, which will be sent out to you. The successful candidate will be expected to declare all previous offences and to undergo an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
YMCA St Paul’s Group is a Christian organisation and as an employee you will be required to respect its ethos and uphold its values