Job Alert: Key Worker to help us support vulnerable women
Reformed East Sussex are excited to announce an opportunity to join our team and make a real difference to the lives of our service users. We have a vacancy for 16 hours a week for a New Leaf Keyworker.
New Leaf Housing for Women plans to provide a comprehensive support package to help vulnerable homeless women in Eastbourne maintain their tenancies and move them towards living fully independently.
The “New Leaf” Project is a recovery-oriented approach to ending homelessness that centres on quickly moving women experiencing homelessness into independent and permanent housing and then providing additional support and services as needed.
As our New Leaf key worker you will be supporting female offenders and vulnerable women at risk of offending to turn their lives around. Due to the nature of the role, applications are invited from female candidates only. This role is restricted under the equalities act 2010 schedule 9. Candidates will need to pass prison security vetting checks which include enhanced DBS checks.
Please download the job description and follow the application process to apply.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on Friday 17th May.
Shortlisting will take place on Monday 20th May, and selected candidates will be invited to attend an interview on 14th June at RES office, 97 Seaside Road, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 3PL
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