Project Worker - Ton Pentre

Zoek Pin Hendreforgan, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales

£14,254.00 per year

Unspecified (Full time)

Posted 33 days ago

*We are looking for someone who is passionate and innovative that can join our support team in Ton Pentre and make a positive difference to the people we support. *

*Caersalem House is a supported accommodation service that provides a housing solution for homeless people with varying support needs. Here at Caersalem, we work with the people we support to plan goals that will get them to live independently in their own tenancy. It is also a chance for people who were homeless to engage with the right services that will attend to their other support needs. *

*What is great about the role? *

This is an interactive role where you will be delivering workshops, organising day trips and activities that allow the people we support to grow and develop their skills and confidence and to give them the opportunity to experiences they may not have had before. You would be surrounded by a really good team who are supportive and make this an enjoyable place to work. Also, as a Pobl Difference Maker you really are part of something special where you and your opinions matter. We have a culture built on our values to be Positive, Considerate and Connected.

This is a permanent position for 24 hours per week

The salary based on these hours is £14,254 per annum.

The scheme is covered 24 hours, 7 days a week so you would be expected to work on a 5-week rolling rota which would involve: day shifts, weekends & sleep ins.
You will receive an additional payment for sleep ins.

For this role you are required to drive and have access to a vehicle, and you will also require an Enhanced DBS check, which we pay for.

Day to Day Duties:

As a Project Worker you will lead each shift by managing the scheme and overseeing the Scheme Support Officers.

Your day will consist of:

· Engaging and interacting with the people we support

· Writing and following a support plan with the individual you are supporting

· Delivering workshops relating to tenancy management and health and wellbeing

· Liaising with external agencies

· Addressing any additional needs, the people we support might have

Our motivation is to ensure we equip these individuals with the knowledge and tools they need to live independently. This is a challenging role and you will be faced with complex behaviours and needs, including alcohol misuse, mental health, substance misuse, and offending behaviour. You will work with a range of different personalities and behaviours so you will need to be able to adapt your approach to engage with a diverse cliental and manage disputes or conflicts appropriately.

How we support you:

In Pobl, people really are at the heart of everything we do and there are endless opportunities for training and career development and progression. We provide all training required to successfully deliver the role and you will be surrounded by a fully experienced and supportive team and manager.

We also are passionate about developing our employees and have a management secondment programme for individuals looking to progress.

We also care about our employee’s wellbeing and offer a Time for Talking service where counselling and psychological wellbeing support 24/7, 365 days a year is available to you should you need it.

Other benefits include:

· 25 days holiday.

· Excellent Pension options.

* Mileage paid at 40p per mile’
* Pobl Wellbeing Team
* Pobl savings scheme

And so much more!

To begin your Pobl journey click ‘Apply Now

Interviews will be held over Microsoft Teams.

Pobl is an organisation with equality, diversity, and inclusion at its heart, and we are pleased to have recently been accredited with Stage 2 Investors in Diversity. We welcome applications from all areas of the community; however we particularly encourage applications from members of the BAME community as well as individuals with disabilities, who are currently under-represented within our workforce.

Pobl are required by law to check a candidate’s eligibility to work in the UK. The successful candidate will be expected to provide their documentation to us in person at our offices prior to the start of their employment with Pobl. A socially distant appointment system and COVID safe environment will be in place and in line with the Welsh government guidance.


Reference ID: 506291

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent

Salary: £14, per year

* Casual dress
* Company pension
* Sick pay
* 10 hour shift
* 12 hour shift
* 8 hour shift
* Day shift
* Monday to Friday
* Night shift

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