Recovery Opportunities Coordinator (ROC)
Do you believe everyone should have a place to call home and the chance to lead a fulfilling life?
At SHP (Single Homeless Project), you’ll be part of one of London’s leading homelessness prevention charities, a dynamic and growing organisation changing 8,000 lives every year across London - from supporting people in crisis to helping them take the final steps towards independence and employment.
SHP was founded by a group of homeless people in the mid-1970s and more than 40 years on, we still try to look at the world through our clients’ eyes, putting their needs and viewpoints at the centre of everything we do. Above all, we believe that, no matter what challenges they face, everyone we work with has the capacity to take control of their lives and shape their own futures.
Defined and developed through best practice, our Opportunities Programme has been developed to instigate and support the process of change and recovery. With daytime workshops and sessions being run such as yoga, mindfulness, arts and arts for therapy, health and well being including sport & fitness, cook and eat, therapeutic horticulture. The programme also has elements which are clinically underpinned such as hearing voices groups and SMART recovery.
Reporting to the ROC Team Leader, you will oversee the day to day development & running of the programmes within the service. You will also work with the wider ROC team to build new content and share sessions which have achieved the best results.
We are looking for someone who:
- Has a creative, analytical and person-centred approach to working within a strengths and recovery model.
- Can multi task and thrives under pressure.
- Has the ability to respond calmly to crisis and deal promptly, sensitively and safely with complex and challenging situations.
- Is a strong, committed and inspiring person who can motivate people.
- Has the ability to relate well to others & who can encourage and foster change.
This is a fantastic opportunity to utilise your experience of running & developing groups in a residential setting. You must have at least two years experience of working with people that have complex needs which should include substance use and mental health.
If this sounds like you then we would really like to invite you to please apply via our website. To find out more please click on the Apply button.
Closing date for applications: 8th July 2019 @9.00am
Interviews to be held: 17th July 2019
SHP is IIP accredited and an equal opportunities employer. Our attractive benefits package includes:
- Competitive starting salary
- A 37.5 hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services
- 25 days annual leave, rising to 28 days (plus eight paid Bank Holidays)
- A contributory pension scheme: SHP will Contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salary
- Comprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our work
- Regular support and development focussed line management supervision
- Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), available to all staff
- Paid carers' leave and compassionate leave
- Sick leave, up to three months full pay then three months half pay
- Generous maternity leave (16 weeks full pay and up to 24 weeks half pay) and four weeks paid paternity leave, depending on length of service
- Interest free public transport season ticket loan (after six months)
- Tax exemption for ’cycle to work’ scheme and payroll giving