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Greater London
London, Greater London
Starting at £31,254 rising incrementally to £33,423 per annum
Permanent, Full-time
Job description

Do you believe everyone should have a place to call home and the chance to lead a fulfilling life?

SHP (Single Homeless Project) is one of London’s leading homelessness prevention charities and 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.

We are seeking someone who is enthusiastic, creative, highly organised and a strong leader, to develop and manage a team of dispersed Recovery & Opportunities Coordinators (ROCs) across our services. 

Reporting to the Head of Programmes, you will oversee the day to day running of the programmes across SHP as well as directly supervising a range of specialist staff.  You will also lead on the ongoing development of a timetable of recovery focused activities and resources based in our accommodation services, which spans several London boroughs.

To succeed, you will have proven experience of working with individuals affected by mental ill health, substance use, rough sleeping and related complex needs.You will also have proven practical experience of developing and delivering clinical/group work, for a client group that might be resistant to engage or change. 

Defined and developed through best practice, our services work with people of all genders who have unmet needs relating to social isolation, mental health and/or substance misuse and these are typically co-occurring presentations. 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 wellbeing including sport & fitness, cook and eat, therapeutic horticulture. The programme has elements which are clinically underpinned such as hearing voices groups and SMART recovery.

At SHP we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds and are committed to having a workforce that is made up of diverse individuals, skills, experiences and abilities.  Due to current under –representation at management level, we particularly encourage applications from individuals within our Black and Asian communities.

Closing date for applications: 25th October 2020 (at Midnight)

Interviews to be held: 8th November 2020

This post will require an Enhanced DBS check to be processed for the successful applicant. 

Our attractive benefits package includes:

  • A salary increase after successfully completing six months.
  • A 37.5 hour working week including flexible working hours (core hours are 10am – 4pm) in non-accommodation services
  • 25 days annual leave, increasing annually to the maximum 30 days (plus paid Bank Holidays),
  • A contributory pension scheme: SHP will contribute the equivalent of 5% of your annual salary
  • Staff Health Cash Plan and discounts scheme
  • Comprehensive and integrated training programme designed specifically to develop the skills and knowledge involved in our work

SHP is actively committed to equal opportunities and the promotion of diversity and inclusion, in all of our services and workplaces.  We are also Disability Confident Committed, a Stonewall Diversity Champion and IIP accredited.  In the London Homelessness Awards 2019 one of our Projects was commended for their work.

Posted on: 12 October 2020
Closing date: 25 October 2020
Job ref: SHP998
Tags: Social Care/Development,Management
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