Richmond Fellowship
North Somerset
£19,399 pro rata per annum
Permanent, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

Are you passionate about making a difference and supporting others to achieve their goals? 

 

We are looking for a Recovery Worker to join our North Somerset Supported Housing Team.  This service supports people with mental health issues to manage and maintain temporary accommodation with a view to recovering and sustaining key living skills prior to moving on to their own tenancy. 

 

What will you be doing? 

Day-to-day, you’ll manage a caseload of clients providing individuals with the support they need to enable them to live independently and engage with their wider community. 

You’re a great listener, with a flexible approach and a flair for planning and prioritising. 

You’ll work with individuals to develop and deliver appropriate support and actions that addresses their specific needs, helping them when it comes to fulfilling personal goals, living skills, liaising with statutory and voluntary agencies, ensuring they can develop their independence and manage their wellbeing and recovery. 

You have a good understanding of mental health issues and how they affect people, and you love working alongside individuals to identify and work toward their own solutions. 

 

What’s in it for you? 

Richmond Fellowship has the welfare of their staff and clients at the heart of everything we do. 

We provide training, including the Skills For Care Certificate, and opportunities to develop and enhance your experience whilst making a real difference to people’s lives. 

You can also expect great benefits, including 33 days holiday (incl Bank Holidays, pro rata), contributory pension scheme, employee assistance programme and childcare vouchers. 

Whether you are just starting out on your journey in Health and Social Care or have a wealth of experience to offer, making a difference to peoples’ lives, we want to hear from you. 

Because it’s only possible with the help of people like you. 

We are looking for: 

  • Experience of working with people in a health, social care, or supportive environment. 
  • Dedicated to working in the community and willing to travel between our two housing units in Weston and Clevedon. 
  • A full clean driving licence and access to a vehicle for work (mileage reimbursed) 

 

It is a mandatory requirement of the application process for this post that candidates submit a CV and Supporting Statement, thus only candidates that provide this, and who meet the essential criteria within the person specification,  will be shortlisted and considered for an interview. 

 

The salary for this post is £19,399 per annum. 

 

This is a permanent post.  

 

This is a typically full time role requiring the post holder to work 37.5 hours per week - but a flexible approach to working a minimum of 30 hours could be discussed.  

 

This is a rolling recruitment process. Candidates will be interviewed as and when they are shortlisted. 

 

Recovery Focus is committed to working towards equal opportunities and we select staff solely on merit irrespective of race, colour, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, social class, religious belief, disability or history of mental health or addiction problems.  

 

If you need support to apply for this role or adaptions at interview please contact the recruitment team to discuss. 

We are committed to increasing our diversity and we welcome applications from those with lived mental health experience. 

Richmond Fellowship is a partner in Recovery Focus - a national group of charities highly experienced in providing specialist support services to individuals and families living with the effects of mental ill health, drug and alcohol use, gambling and domestic violence. We know that recovery can look and feel very different to each and every one of us. But we also know that if we provide the right support, at the right time, we can inspire recovery nationwide and that recovery is possible for everyone. 

Posted on: 18 October 2021
Closed date: 14 November 2021
Tags: Social Care/Development, Support Worker