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Job Title
Support Workers
Spinal Point
7 - 10
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£19,374.68 - £21,144.76 per annum
Hours
2 x 37 hours per week (part time positions considered)
Location
West Suffolk
Closing Date
31/12/2022
Further Details

 

“I would not be where I am without this help”

 

Are you ready to make a real difference; treating people who are experiencing significant challenges in their lives with compassion and understanding, helping them to use their own unique talents and strengths to develop a life of their choice?

Are you looking for flexible hours, a real living wage and the opportunity to gain new skills and experience?

If this has sparked your interest then we would love to hear from you.

We are an organisation that values the unique qualities we all have, whatever our background and circumstances, and the opportunity to bring our authentic selves to work. We are an anti-discriminatory organisation and we work hard to challenge oppression in whatever forms it takes.

If you feel a sense of activism, enjoy a challenging and rewarding role, and recognise yourself in Julian Support’s values, then we would like find out more about what makes you tick.

Hospital Road in Bury St Edmunds is part of our mental health support services in West Suffolk. We are looking for enthusiastic and creative people who enjoy making a difference to come and join the team.

What does it involve?

You will be working alongside people living at this supported housing service, proactively helping them to gain the confidence, skills and motivation they need to move on into the community. You will recognise that even in the most difficult of situations, people are often relying on a range of strengths and skills to cope and survive. You will use your ability to connect with people and develop their trust to help them to overcome barriers and achieve their goals. 

 

“I love the job that I do and feel I am fulfilling a ‘calling’”

 

Tell me a bit more about the job?

Hospital Road is located in the Bury St Edmunds and is a 24-hour supported housing service. The service supports individuals with mental health needs to enhance their living skills with a goal for individuals to move on to living independently. As a Support Worker you will part of a dynamic team of friendly and knowledgeable staff. You will work with our Recovery Coordinators to ensure that service users receive holistic support. There are various hours, both part time and full time posts, available working across a 24 hour/7 day a week service – these will include evenings and weekends with a possibility of waking night shifts also. However, flexible working is encouraged and individual needs discussed at interview stage. If successful, you will receive a full and comprehensive induction which will include various training and learning opportunities. 

What experience do I need?

Most importantly we are looking for people with a positive, person-centred approach to helping others and a desire to make a real difference. You will value individuality and take a non-judgemental and anti-authoritarian approach to providing support. You may have previous experience of supporting others, either in a professional or personal capacity, or you may have experience of overcoming challenges in your own life. Whatever your background, full training and support will be provided to ensure you have the knowledge and skills required to fulfil the role. 

How do I apply?

Please read through the Job Description. If you would like to apply for the position of Support Worker in Bury St Edmunds send us a copy of your CV and a supporting statement telling us a bit more about you, what gets you fired up, and why you would like to be part of this team. Feel free to be as creative as you like with your supporting statement; it could be in the form of a letter, a blog, a video or a podcast. Please send your CV and supporting statement to Mapfumo Musonza (Service Manager) at m.musonza@juliansupport.org. 

We will also need you to complete our equal opportunities form. This helps us to monitor who applies in order that we may target our recruitment campaigns to underrepresented people and communities. Please send this to Rachel, our Human Resources Advisor at r.hinkley@juliansuppor.org

We will be conducting individual interviews, so if your application is successful, we will contact you with an interview date and time. The closing date for this post is on the 31st December 2022.

DON’T DELAY, DO IT TODAY!

 

 

 

Job Description and Person Specification
Job Title
Recovery Coordinators
Spinal Point
11-15
Job Type
Permanent
Salary
£21,818.16 - £24,531.00 pa
Hours
37 hours p/w (part time hours will be considered)
Location
Norfolk
Closing Date
02/12/2022
Further Details

“I would not be where I am without this help”

Are you ready to make a real difference; treating people who are experiencing significant challenges in their lives with compassion and understanding, helping them to use their own unique talents and strengths to develop a life of their choice.

If this has sparked your interest then we would love to hear from you.

We are an organisation that values the unique qualities we all have, whatever our background and circumstances, and the opportunity to bring our authentic selves to work. We are an anti-discriminatory organisation and we work hard to challenge oppression in whatever forms it takes.

If you feel a sense of activism, enjoy a challenging and rewarding role, and recognise yourself in Julian Support’s values, then we would like find out more about what makes you tick.

The Admission Prevention Community Team is a developing team and we are looking for enthusiastic and creative people who enjoy a challenge to come and join us.

What does it involve?

You will be going out to meet people in the community who are finding it difficult to manage and who may well be on the cusp of a hospital admission or have recently been discharged from hospital. You will recognise that even in the most difficult of situations, people are often relying on a range of strengths and skills to cope and survive. You will work alongside them, proactively helping them to identify the things that will help them to stay well in the community. You will use your ability to connect with people and develop their trust to help them to quickly navigate the system and overcome barriers.

“I love the job that I do and feel I am fulfilling a ‘calling’”

Do I have to have experience?

We all have experience of one sort or another. You may have worked in other services that are similar, or you may have worked in a completely different roles, but you get

who we are, are naturally strengths focussed and person-centred in your approach, and you know that you could really make a difference. We can teach the rest.

Tell me a bit more about the job?

The Admission Prevention Community Team operates in Norfolk 7 days a week, including bank holidays, between the hours of 09:00-21:00. There are both full time and part time roles available and flexible working patterns will be considered, working hours and patterns can be discussed at interview. A typical day would consist of visiting vulnerable adults with mental health needs in the community to provide a variety of support including, emotional support, social inclusion activities, signposting and supporting to engage in services in the community. You will be working within a friendly and knowledgeable team and will receive a comprehensive induction when you join us as well as training through our annual cycle.

Please note – you will need to have access to a car for business use due to the outreach nature of the service.

How do I apply?

Please read through the Job Description. If you would like to apply for the position of ‘Recovery Coordinator’ send us a copy of your CV and a supporting statement telling us a bit more about you, what gets you fired up, and why you would like to be part of this team. We will need to receive your CV and supporting statement no later than 02/12/2022. Feel free to be creative with your supporting statement; it could be in the form of a letter, a blog, a video or a podcast. Please send your CV and supporting statement to Lesley Parker on l.parker@juliansupport.org.

We will also need you to complete our equal opportunities form. This helps us to monitor who applies in order that we may target our recruitment campaigns to underrepresented people and communities. Please send this to Rachel, our Human Resources Advisor at r.hinkley@juliansupport.org.

We will be holding a virtual information session about the role on Tuesday 29th November 11am-12pm. If you have any questions about the role you are welcome to pop along to the session which will be held via Microsoft Teams – please email Lesley Parker on l.parker@juliansupport if you would like to attend. If you don’t have access to Microsoft Teams but would like to find out more about the role please email Lesley Parker to arrange a telephone call or an in person visit.

If your application is successful, we will contact you to arrange a mutually suitable interview time. These will be held in person at our office at 23 Pilling Park Road Norwich, NR1 4PA.

Job Description and Person Specification