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Careers at Honeycomb

Whether you've nailed down your 5-year or 5-day plan, a career at Honeycomb Group is an investment in your future. Want to be a part of it all? Come join the hive, we have lots of opportunities available.

  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Case Manager - Domestic Violence / Abuse (Drive Project)

    We have an exciting opportunity to be part of the Drive project in Derbyshire.

    Drive is a national pilot that aims to improve the lives and safety of victims and children by holding high-risk, high-harm perpetrators to account through delivery of a multi-agency case management approach.

    As a part of the Drive project, you’ll be working alongside partner agencies (e.g. offender management services, Police, Social Care, mental health services) to create and coordinate a multi-agency intervention plan for each individual case to disrupt abuse, encourage and enable the perpetrator to address additional support needs, and deliver 1:1 behaviour change work. As part of the Drive Project Team, you’ll be responsible for working alongside partners and statutory structures, you’ll increase professionals’ knowledge of safe, effective work with perpetrators, promoting the Drive approach to reduce abuse and increase safety of victims and children.

    You’ll also work closely with the IDVA service and other victim services, who’ll be supporting their partners and family members, to help review risk and develop safety plans.

    Job requirements:

    • Work with high risk domestic abuse perpetrators to create and deliver an individual support plan to help them recognise and address their abusive behaviour
    • Co-ordinate multi-agency interventions to disrupt abusive behaviours and support behavioural change
    • Work with IDVAs and any other relevant agency ensuring a ‘whole family’ coordinated approach, and multiagency risk management, intervention and safety planning
    • Influence a change in approach to how agencies work with families experiencing domestic abuse
    • Uphold the principles of Drive, promoting the integrated, multiagency approach and its evidence base to influence systems change to improve the local response to domestic abuse
    • Update case files and ensure they’re always up to date
    • Contribute to regular service reviews for this pilot project, which includes monitoring data, evaluations and workload reviews

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with an understanding of relationship abuse, who can help customers to address their behaviours from all angles and empower them to demonstrate love in safe and healthy way
    • Someone with previous experience of working within a multi-disciplinary team and with people who have varying and complex needs
    • Great communication skills and someone who can build a rapport with people
    • A flexible and adaptable approach to meet the needs of each case, including out of hours working when required
    • Someone who can effectively prioritise their work
    • You’ll be able to drive your own vehicle suitable for business use.
    • The successful person for this role will need to be DBS checked.

    Who we are:

    We’re Glow, a charity on a mission to end relationship abuse, campaigning for change and providing support in our region. Addressing the issue from all angles takes a group effort.

    Want to know who helps make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Be a catalyst for change and help us impact the way our region addresses abusive relationships. APPLY NOW!

    All applications by Monday 19th April 2021

    Interview dates: 28 & 29 April 2021

    #DomesticAbuse #RelationshipAbuse #Derbyshire #JobsThatGiveBack #SupportWorker #DomesticAbuseSupportWorker #GreatBenefits

    Provider:

    Glow

    Salary

    £26,500 per annum

    Location:

    Derby, Derbyshire

    Apply now
  • Expires 26/04/2021

    Home Support Worker

    *Derbyshire Dales, Erewash and Amber Valley*

    We’re looking for someone to join our Derbyshire based Independent Living Service team. You’ll be making sure customers are safe and well in their homes, as well as providing rotated response to people who have fallen in their homes.

    Job requirements:

    • Visit customers in their homes to carry out an initial holistic person-centred assessment, risk assessment and action plan
    • Deliver a bespoke package of housing related support
    • Signpost to other agencies and services
    • Respond to calls from the Falls Recovery Service and Crisis response phone line to help people up after a fall in their home

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone who can problem solve and think quick on their feet, in this role you’ll face challenges, so you’ll need to be able to adapt
    • A friendly and approachable person that will make customers feel at ease and safe in their own home
    • The ability to work flexibly. Our Falls Recovery and Crisis phone lines operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and cover of the rota is split amongst the team
    • Someone with a full UK driving licence
    • Enhanced DBS check

    Who we are:

    We’re Revival and we believe home should be the place where you feel your best. Whether it’s helping someone tackle a repair for their changing needs or providing companionship, we’re bringing life back into spaces and places. Helping people live happier and longer at home takes a group effort. Want to know who helps make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexible working and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us deliver expert support services to bring life back into people’s homes. APPLY NOW!

    #Derbyshire #DerbyshireDales #Erewash #AmberValley #SupportWorker #JobsThatGiveBack #Support #WeekendWork #EveningWork

    Provider:

    Revival

    Salary

    17,340

    Location:

    Derbyshire Dales/Erewash

    Apply now
  • Expires 26/04/2021

    Quality & Performance Officer

    We’re looking for a Quality and Performance Officer to support the team with service quality and performance assessments. Working with Honeycomb Group’s Concrete, Glow and Revival brands you’ll co-ordinate, collate and present KPI’s, outcomes and results across several operational teams.

    Job requirements:

    • You’ll need great organisation skills to create and manage project timetables. You’ll also need strong time management skills to make sure all deadlines are met.
    • Experience supporting processes and providing guidance.
    • Experience collecting, analysing and presenting data to evidence service quality.
    • An advanced understanding of ICT including case management systems and Microsoft Office.

    What we’re looking for:

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to work with teams across the organisation
    • Understanding of data protection and how to deal with sensitive information
    • Someone who is empathetic and understanding of our diverse customer groups, and passionate about creating the best possible service for these people.

    Who we are:

    We’re Honeycomb Group, we know that a happy home is so much more than just a shelter. We’re a group of brands dedicated to making our region and the surrounding areas vibrant. Want to know who makes our work possible? Go to www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a hefty life assurance and income protection scheme, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexible working and an extra day off that’s just for you), a free yearly flu jab, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us to make sure everyone in our region has access to a happy home. APPLY NOW!

    #Flexible #OfficeHours #QualityandPerformace #JobsThatGiveBack #Housing #GreatBenefits

    Provider:

    Honeycomb Group

    Salary

    £24,500 pro rata'd

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 30/04/2021

    Relief Assistant Domestic Abuse Support Worker

    *ZERO HOURS*
    We have an exciting opportunity for a Relief Assistant Domestic Abuse Practitioner to help us out when services are stretched. This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to generate extra income around their current job or studies. You’ll support the team during sickness and holidays, you won’t have any contracted hours, but we’ll call on you if we need you and you’re available.

    Job requirements:

    • First point of contact for our customers in refuge
    • Provide tailored, practical, emotional support to victims of domestic abuse to make sure they can live a life that’s free from abuse
    • Answer calls and emails and respond to any issues at the refuge
    • Use our information reporting system to keep customer case files up to date and making sure to hand over any important information to the rest of the team at the end of the shift
    • Take referrals, and support customers by assessing risk and supporting to create safety plans

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with a genuine understanding of relationship abuse, who can help to address it from all angles and empower survivors to overcome their past towards a more confident future.
    • Great communication skills and someone who is able to build a rapport with customers
    • A flexible and adaptable approach to meet the needs of the customer
    • Someone who can effectively prioritise their work
    • Good IT skills and able to use Microsoft Office
    • Someone with their own vehicle suitable for business use
    • Enhanced DBS check

    Who we are:

    We’re Glow a charity on a mission to end relationship abuse, campaigning for change and providing support in our region. Addressing the issue from all angles takes a group effort. Want to know who helps make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Be a catalyst for change and help us impact the way our region addresses abusive relationships. APPLY NOW!

    #DomesticAbuse #RelationshipAbuse #StaffordshireMoorlands #Buxton #Leek #Cheadle # Biddulph #Stoke #NewcastleUnderLyme #JobsThatGiveBack #SupportWorker #DomesticAbuseSupportWorker #AssistantDomesticAbusePractitioner #GreatBenefits #Refuge #Admin #EveningWork #ZeroHours #SecondJob #GivingBack



    Provider:

    Glow

    Salary

    £8.91 per hour

    Location:

    Newcastle-Under-Lyme & Staffordshire Moorlands

    Apply now
  • Expires 23/08/2021

    Relief Falls Responder

    *Evening and weekend*
    We’re looking for a Relief Worker for the Falls Recovery Service to respond to calls and help customers get back up again after a fall, using our specialist equipment. Customers won’t be injured just unable to get back up on their own and we’ll give you full training on answering and responding to these calls.

    Job requirements:

    • Answer calls from Tunstall Response and Astroline
    • Visit customers in their homes to make sure they are okay after a fall and helping them get back up again using specialist equipment
    • Update the team leader of any visits, log the details of the calls and share information from your visits.
    • You’ll be covering holidays and sickness on our evenings and weekend shifts , which are 4:30pm-9am on weekdays and 5pm Friday-9am Monday on weekends

    What we’re looking for:

    • A friendly and approachable person that will make customers feel at ease and safe in their own home
    • Be able to problem solve and think quick on your feet
    • Be able to motivate yourself and work independently and plan your time effectively.
    • Someone with a full UK driving licence
    • Enhanced DBS check

    Who we are:

    We’re Revival and we believe home should be the place where you feel your best. Whether it’s helping someone tackle a repair for their changing needs or providing companionship, we’re bringing life back into spaces and places. Helping people live happier and longer at home takes a group effort. Want to know who helps make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Help us deliver expert support services to bring life back into people’s homes. APPLY NOW!

    #AmberValley #Derbyshire #FallsRecovery #AtHomeSupport #JobsThatGiveBack #SupportingPeopleInTheirHomes #WeekendWork #EveningWork #WeekendAndEvening #OnCall


    Provider:

    Revival

    Salary

    £25 per weekday £50 weekend day + £10 per hour for every hour called out

    Location:

    Amber Valley

    Apply now
  • Expires 31/05/2022

    Relief Service Co-ordinator

    *ZERO HOURS*
    We have an exciting opportunity for a Relief Homelessness Support Assistant to help us out when our services are stretched. This is an ideal opportunity for someone looking to generate extra income around their current job or studies. You’ll support the team during sickness and holidays, you won’t have any contracted hours, but we’ll call on you if we need you and you’re available.

    Job requirements:

    • Supporting customers to help them live independently in the community
    • Delivering practical and emotional support
    • Referring customers to external services to help them develop their skills or knowledge

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone who is great with time management and able to prioritise their own workload
    • 12-months experience of working with people with complex needs
    • Someone with understanding and compassion for people impacted by homelessness and the challenges they face
    • Great communication and problem-solving skills
    • Stay up to date with current issues, laws and best practices around homelessness
    • Enhanced DBS check

    Who we are:

    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Crewe #CheshireEast #Nantwich #Macclesfield #Wilmslow #SupportWorker #Homelessness #Weekends #Evenings #Flexible #JobsThatGiveBack #ZeroHours #SecondJob #JobsWhileStudying #JobsAtUni


    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £9.03 per hour

    Location:

    Cheshire East

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Safe & Well Support Worker

    *NIGHTS*

    We have an exciting opportunity for TEN Safe & Well Support Workers to join us on a permanent basis. We have a number of full-time and part-time roles available. We’re looking for people to join our supported housing team in Stoke to play a crucial role to support customers during the night, outside of normal working hours.

    Job requirements:

    • Be a first point of contact for customers during out of hours
    • Deal with anti-social behaviour and help customers when they lock themselves out
    • Welcome new customers into the service and help them to settle in
    • Complete customer entry and exit processes
    • Help people to access emergency accommodation
    • Be on hand to provide emotional, practical and mental health support should customers need it
    • Complete admin duties such as data entry, updating logbooks and writing handover reports and use CCTV to monitor activity

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with a genuine understanding and compassion for people without a home, who won’t judge and instead will empower customers to help them overcome the challenges they face
    • Great problem-solving skills with the ability to handle conflict
    • Someone who can work with customers to get the very best outcome
    • A flexible and adaptable approach with the ability to work around the needs of the customer
    • Someone who can work evenings and nights across 7 days a week including weekends
    • Great communications skills with the ability to develop a rapport
    • Someone with experience of supporting adults with complex needs
    • Someone who has their own vehicle suitable for business use

    Who we are:

    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Stoke #NewcastleUnderLyme #SupportWorker #Homelessness #FullTme #PartTime #Nightwork #WeekendWork #Nights #Weekends #Flexible #GreatBenefits #JobsThatGiveBack


    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18,000 (pro rata)

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Safe & Well Support Worker

    *NIGHTS*

    We have an exciting opportunity for TEN Safe & Well Support Workers to join us on a permanent basis. We have a number of full-time and part-time roles available. We’re looking for people to join our supported housing team in Stoke to play a crucial role to support customers during the night, outside of normal working hours.

    Job requirements:

    • Be a first point of contact for customers during out of hours
    • Deal with anti-social behaviour and help customers when they lock themselves out
    • Welcome new customers into the service and help them to settle in
    • Complete customer entry and exit processes
    • Help people to access emergency accommodation
    • Be on hand to provide emotional, practical and mental health support should customers need it
    • Complete admin duties such as data entry, updating logbooks and writing handover reports and use CCTV to monitor activity

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with a genuine understanding and compassion for people without a home, who won’t judge and instead will empower customers to help them overcome the challenges they face
    • Great problem-solving skills with the ability to handle conflict
    • Someone who can work with customers to get the very best outcome
    • A flexible and adaptable approach with the ability to work around the needs of the customer
    • Someone who can work evenings and nights across 7 days a week including weekends
    • Great communications skills with the ability to develop a rapport
    • Someone with experience of supporting adults with complex needs
    • Someone who has their own vehicle suitable for business use

    Who we are:

    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Stoke #NewcastleUnderLyme #SupportWorker #Homelessness #FullTme #PartTime #Nightwork #WeekendWork #Nights #Weekends #Flexible #GreatBenefits #JobsThatGiveBack


    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18,000 (pro rata)

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Safe & Well Support Worker

    *NIGHTS*

    We have an exciting opportunity for TEN Safe & Well Support Workers to join us on a permanent basis. We have a number of full-time and part-time roles available. We’re looking for people to join our supported housing team in Stoke to play a crucial role to support customers during the night, outside of normal working hours.

    Job requirements:

    • Be a first point of contact for customers during out of hours
    • Deal with anti-social behaviour and help customers when they lock themselves out
    • Welcome new customers into the service and help them to settle in
    • Complete customer entry and exit processes
    • Help people to access emergency accommodation
    • Be on hand to provide emotional, practical and mental health support should customers need it
    • Complete admin duties such as data entry, updating logbooks and writing handover reports and use CCTV to monitor activity

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with a genuine understanding and compassion for people without a home, who won’t judge and instead will empower customers to help them overcome the challenges they face
    • Great problem-solving skills with the ability to handle conflict
    • Someone who can work with customers to get the very best outcome
    • A flexible and adaptable approach with the ability to work around the needs of the customer
    • Someone who can work evenings and nights across 7 days a week including weekends
    • Great communications skills with the ability to develop a rapport
    • Someone with experience of supporting adults with complex needs
    • Someone who has their own vehicle suitable for business use

    Who we are:

    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Stoke #NewcastleUnderLyme #SupportWorker #Homelessness #FullTme #PartTime #Nightwork #WeekendWork #Nights #Weekends #Flexible #GreatBenefits #JobsThatGiveBack


    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18,000 (pro rata)

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Safe & Well Support Worker

    *NIGHTS*

    We have an exciting opportunity for TEN Safe & Well Support Workers to join us on a permanent basis. We have a number of full-time and part-time roles available. We’re looking for people to join our supported housing team in Stoke to play a crucial role to support customers during the night, outside of normal working hours.

    Job requirements:

    • Be a first point of contact for customers during out of hours
    • Deal with anti-social behaviour and help customers when they lock themselves out
    • Welcome new customers into the service and help them to settle in
    • Complete customer entry and exit processes
    • Help people to access emergency accommodation
    • Be on hand to provide emotional, practical and mental health support should customers need it
    • Complete admin duties such as data entry, updating logbooks and writing handover reports and use CCTV to monitor activity

    What we’re looking for:

    • Someone with a genuine understanding and compassion for people without a home, who won’t judge and instead will empower customers to help them overcome the challenges they face
    • Great problem-solving skills with the ability to handle conflict
    • Someone who can work with customers to get the very best outcome
    • A flexible and adaptable approach with the ability to work around the needs of the customer
    • Someone who can work evenings and nights across 7 days a week including weekends
    • Great communications skills with the ability to develop a rapport
    • Someone with experience of supporting adults with complex needs
    • Someone who has their own vehicle suitable for business use

    Who we are:

    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Stoke #NewcastleUnderLyme #SupportWorker #Homelessness #FullTme #PartTime #Nightwork #WeekendWork #Nights #Weekends #Flexible #GreatBenefits #JobsThatGiveBack


    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18,000 (pro rata)

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 12/04/2021

    Seasonal Gardener

    *SEASONAL WORK*

    We have an exciting opportunity for a Seasonal Gardener to join our Gardening Team on a full time, temporary basis to help us maintain our gardens throughout the spring and summer.

    Job requirements:

    • Maintain landscaped grounds at our various schemes and offices across North Staffordshire.
    • Mow lawns, cut hedges, prune shrubs, remove weeds, litter pick and sweep leaves.
    • Help to maintain and clean equipment and our depo
    • Complete all duties making sure to comply with health and safety
    • Work collaboratively with supervisors and colleagues

    What we’re looking for:

    • Experience of delivering ground maintenance
    • Great communication skills
    • A great work ethic and someone who is willing to learn and develop
    • Someone who’s able to work in all weather conditions
    • Someone who can put the needs of the customer first
    • The ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

    Who we are:

    We’re Staffs Housing, we think everyone deserves a place they’re proud to call home, but sometimes you just need a helping hand to get there. That’s what we do. Making quality affordable homes built around our customer takes a group effort. Want to know who makes our work possible? Go to www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we contribute to, income protection scheme, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us wave goodbye to stigmas and hello to a new chapter of affordable housing. APPLY NOW!

    #Gardener #GroundWork #Seasonalwork #FullTime #Flexible #JobsThatGiveBack #Housing #GreatBenefits #Career

    Provider:

    Staffs Housing

    Salary

    £18,069.49 (pro rata)

    Location:

    Stoke, Stoke-on-Trent

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Service Coordinator

    We’re looking for a Service Coordinator to join our Cheshire East team on a full time permanent basis to provide tailored support to help our customers live independently in the local community.

    Job requirements:

    • Provide emotional and practical support to customers in the community. Referring them to external services when needed.
    • Attend customer review and progress meetings.
    • Work towards service requirements, targets and objectives.

    What we’re looking for:

    • Experience supporting adults, young people or families with complex needs like substance use, homelessness and mental health.
    • An understanding and compassion for people without a home, with an understanding of the barriers they face.
    • Great communication skills.
    • Able to problem solve to get the best outcome for everyone involved.
    • Someone who is flexible and adaptable and can put the needs of our customers first.
    • Someone who can work evenings and weekends.
    • Someone with a full UK driving licence
    • The successful person for this role will need to be DBS checked too.

    Who we are:
    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:
    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

    #Cheshire #Crewe #SupportWorker #HomelessnessSupportWorker #Homelessness #FullTime #GreatBenefits #JobsThatGiveBack #MentalHealth #ComplexNeeds #HousingCrisis

    Closing date: 19 April 2021
    Interview date: 27 April 2021

    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18870

    Location:

    Cheshire East North

    Apply now
  • Expires 19/04/2021

    Support Practitioner/Worker (Mental Health)

    *EVENINGS AND WEEKENDS*

    We’re looking for a Support Practitioner to join our supported housing team on a full time, temporary basis to support customers with mental health needs in crisis. Providing support in our supported housing schemes, move-on accommodation and to customers in our floating support services, to help customers live independently and towards more concrete futures.

    Job requirements:

    • Engage with customers to identify their needs.
    • Provide tailored one-to-one support helping customers reach their goals and live independently.
    • Refer customers to internal and external services to help them on their journey.
    • Encourage customer participation.
    • Complete and monitor risk management plans to manage customer welfare and safety.
    • Provide support in a place that is safe and accessible to the customer
    • Be an ambassador for the brand.
    • Record and update customer records in accordance with data protection.

    What we’re looking for:

    • A good general level of education; English and Maths GCSE or equivalent.
    • Experience of delivering support to customers with complex needs whilst meeting deadlines and prioritising high-risk cases.
    • Someone who is flexible and adaptable and can put the needs of our customers first.
    • Someone who can work evenings and weekends.
    • Knowledge and understanding for people without a home including laws, housing best practice, domestic abuse and welfare reform.
    • Able to work as part of a team.
    • The successful person for this role will need a full UK driving licence and will need to be DBS checked too.

    Who we are:
    Here at Concrete we’re making homelessness history, it’s a big statement, but we’re not alone in achieving it. Concrete futures take a group effort. Want to know who help make our work possible? We’re part of Honeycomb Group, a group of brands dedicated to making this region and the surrounding areas vibrant.

    www.honeycombgroup.org.uk

    Benefits of working for us:
    We offer a vibrant culture with a real social purpose, a great pension scheme that we’ll contribute to, a cycle to work scheme, colleague-led development programmes, a modern approach to time off for what matters (including flexi-time and an extra day off that’s just for you), access to free flu jabs and an extensive health scheme, a great reward scheme with discount at leading retailers, cinemas and gyms, as well as all the ongoing training you need to succeed.

    Help us give those without a plan, voice or home to build concrete futures by tackling the issues that keep people from finding their own home. Apply NOW!

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    Closing date: 19 April 2021

    Provider:

    Concrete

    Salary

    £18870

    Location:

    Newcastle-under-Lyme

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