Our Nightshelter is transitioning into an innovative hybrid service that offers direct emergency access and longer term residential support under the same roof. This post is to join our team who work with a broad diversity of clients. Within this client group, the common factors of support needs are housing, mental health, addiction, employment, meaningful activities and building into community.
Your role will be to undertake assessments of the clients, which will lead to a comprehensive, holistic and person centred support plan. Working in conjunction with other departments of the King’s Arms Project, as well as liaising with external providers, our aim will be equip and empower clients to make the next step towards gaining more permanent accommodation.
With relevant supervision and training, we expect you to provide a client-focused service in line with the vision, ethos, values and mission of the King’s Arms Project, and willing to work within a Christian framework.
King’s Arms Project respects individuals of all faiths and none. This post carries a genuine occupational requirement (GOR) that the post-holder be a practising Christian.
This role includes working unsociable hours including waking nights
The client requests no contact from agencies or media sales.