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Support Project Worker

Brighton, East Sussex, United Kingdom (On-site)
£26425.00-£26425.00 per year
Job description

THE ROLE - Full-time (37.5 hours per week) / Permanent / Job description and application pack (including details on our benefits) are available to download from our website.

We are looking for a Support Project Worker to join our team at the Gareth Stacey House, which is one of our 24-hour supported housing projects offering high levels of housing-related support for young people aged 16-25, with 15 bedspaces and shared communal facilities.

You will support a caseload of young people to develop living skills such as cleaning, budgeting, managing behaviour, seeking and securing employment and making wise decisions. You will bring your own individual and unique qualities to the team for the betterment of the team dynamic. You will work on a rota shift pattern, ensuring young people at the service have non-judgemental, objective and supportive staff during the day. You will develop your working knowledge of psychological models to aid in creating and finding solutions with the young people in the service. You will also support young people to safeguard themselves against abuse and risk. In addition, you will complete reports, support plans and risk assessments on time and to a high standard.

Based on site, this role is on a seven-day rolling rota, including weekends and bank holidays, with shifts 8am - 4pm and 2pm - 10pm. There is a small amount of lone working, but you will get to know the team and project, along with extensive training prior to starting on a rota.

ABOUT YOU - We know that there are great candidates who will not fit everything described, or who have important skills we have not mentioned. If that is you, please do not hesitate to apply and tell us about yourself

This is a dynamic and varied role; you will enjoy being involved in the support and growth of young people and will be able to actively encourage residents into education, training, and employment. Ideally, you will have knowledge and experience of working with young people leaving care, along with an awareness of all aspects of safeguarding and housing. You will be passionate about supporting young people to lead in independent lives, enjoy working in an exciting, fast-paced environment, have a sense of humour and the drive to deliver an outstanding service. You will be able to facilitate a process of development that allows the young person to take the lead in identifying actions and goals, along with learning about the key risks, challenges, and opportunities for our client group.

If you would like any further information or an informal discussion about this post, please contact . Should you require any assistance with our application process, please email us at 

CLOSING DATE - 8 December 2023 at midnight.  We reserve the right to close this advert early if a successful candidate is found, so please submit your application as soon as possible.

An inclusive workplace - We are committed to policies and practices of equity, diversity, and inclusion and to supporting our people to make sure our culture is consistent with this commitment. We encourage applications from people from all sections of the communities that we serve. We particularly welcome applications from People of Colour and minoritised white communities, people who are LGBTQU+, and people with disabilities and neurodiversities because these groups are currently under-represented in our workforce. 

Accessibility - If you require assistance or have questions regarding the application process, please contact us. If you are local to our Head Office in Hove, we can provide you with a paper copy of the job advert and application form. If you are not local, we can post these to your preferred address. If you require these documents in another format, please let us know.

For more information on our efforts to build an inclusive workplace, and how we can support you with your application, please see the application pack.

YMCA DLG requires all staff and volunteers to be committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults and to respond proactively to safeguarding concerns. Successful applicants are required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure (including the Children’s barred list and the Adults’ barred list) via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

Posted on: 14 November 2023
Closed date: 09 December 2023 at 00:04
Job ref: RL927517BriSPW
Tags: Support Worker, Social Work