South Shields, Tyne and Wear
£19,500 per year
Permanent, Part-time, 22.5 hours per Week
Job description



The Chia Community Supported Housing Project is a five bedroom semi-independent living unit based in South Shields. We provide supported living for adult males with complex needs.


We are looking for a highly organised, compassionate, and motivated person to become our next Housing Support Worker. The successful candidate will have experience of working with people who have misused substances, suffered with their mental health and have offended. You will be committed to deliver high-quality person-centred services and share our values.


This is a great opportunity for someone looking to bring their commitment to ‘make a difference everyday’ and change the lives of people who seeking a more positive future.


Who are we?’

Hospitality and Hope is a Christian Based charitable incorporated organisation established in 2002. Our purpose is to provide relief and long-term support to individuals and families in our community. The services we provide have enormous impact on the local people who use them through our foodbank, wellbeing programmes and supported housing project.


Our Vision

To provide food, shelter, and a future to vulnerable and homeless people in South Tyneside.


Our Values

Compassion – Reaching out with a heart and care for others, responding with understanding and a compelling desire to support vulnerable people.


Integrity- Shaping all our deliberations, discussions and decisions in ways that are

upright, ethical, and morally sound.


Inclusive – Welcoming and respecting in equal measure that all may feel valued.


Empowerment – Equipping and enabling all to be free from that which was holding them back.




If you think you are the right person for this exciting role we would love to hear from you.


 The closing date for applications is noon on Monday the 14th December 2020.


Please see full job description attached. 

Refreshed on: 10 December 2020
Closed date: 14 December 2020
Job ref: Job 2
Tags: Social Care/Development, Care Management