Project Worker (Vulnerable People / Mental Health / Substance Misuse)
North Wales Housing provides homes and delivers services to over 2,700 households across North Wales. Although we are rapidly growing, our vision and values have always been about more than just bricks and mortar. We’re a regional market leader in providing housing and services to vulnerable people, and our tenants are at the heart of everything we do.
Our North Wales Housing team of around 170 individuals mean a lot to us, too. We’re proud to say that we’re Gold Standard Investors in People, testament to our desire to care for our colleagues. Our People Strategy focuses on creating an environment where our people are proud to work at a place they want to be, supported to achieve their potential, give their best, and feel valued for their contribution.
Our St Mary’s Hostel in Bangor is a self-referral hostel providing support and accommodation to 13 homeless people, creating support plans based on individual needs whilst helping them to find somewhere more permanent to live.
The Role – Project Worker (Vulnerable People / Mental Health / Substance Misuse)
Supported by the Manager at St Mary’s Hostel, you will work closely with residents as you provide support / housing management, drafting written support plans for each individual to work towards. You will achieve this by:
Our Requirements – Project Worker (Vulnerable People / Mental Health / Substance Misuse)
Although not essential, knowledge of local mental health agencies and housing management, and / or an NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social Care or similar would be advantageous.
Closing date: Monday 7th February 2022
Interview date: Monday 14th February 2022
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