Langley House Trust Bury, UK
Jan 19, 2017Full time
Night Awake Project Worker, Chatterton Hey, Bury Langley House Trust has 2 opportunities for a Night Awake Project Worker to join our team based in Bury, both are part time, permanent basis (one for 36 hours per week and the other for 26 hours per week, some of which will be unsocial). We are offering the successful candidate a competitive salary pro rata of £16,968 per annum pro rata. Langley House Trust is an innovative Christian charity that provides specialist housing, programmes and support services in the community for offenders seeking to live crime-free lives. Since 1958 we have earned an enviable reputation for reducing reoffending with proven results. Regardless of a person's history, our passion is to change every life for the better, working with people of all faiths and none. Langley House Trust is a national Christian charity specialising in providing at-risk marginalised groups (including those leaving prison) with accommodation, support and rehabilitation in a supportive Christian environment. As our Night Awake Project Worker you will assist in the delivery of a stable and effective programme through the efficient delivery of the day-to-day service; within set budgets and to the agreed levels of quality as defined within the Langley House Trust Business Plan, Quality Assurance Strategy and Key Performance Indicators by ensuring that the security of the project and its surroundings is maintained and to provide support for Service clients as necessary Responsibilities of our Night Awake Project Worker include: - Take an active role in the assessment and management of risk including the operation of physical and situational security measures to control the level of risk posed to the public, staff and other service users. - Ensure that daily log sheets are maintained and that all relevant information is recorded and shared. - Welcome visitors to the project ensuring that they do not place themselves or others at risk. - Regularly fully utilise the Trust 'Service User File' with designated service users to ensure that they are supported and empowered to achieve appropriate outcomes. - Provide support and guidance to other workers to assist them in the safe delivery of the service. - Take a full part in the project rota. - Ensure that all medication within the project is managed in line with Trust policy and procedures. - Ensure that service clients are able to participate as fully as possible in the life of the project. - Support Service User Inclusion and Training representatives so that they are equipped to reflect the views of other service users at meetings and to assist with the management of complaints to seek resolutions. - Promote and support service user involvement. - Supervise and monitor the behaviour of service users and to ensure that service users comply with any statutory order, tenancy or house rules and to report deviations to your line manager. - Take an active part in team meetings To become our Night Awake Project Worker you must have the following skills, experience and attributes: - IT literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office packages including Word - Ability to work in a challenging and demanding environment - Good communication skills - Able to deal discretely with delicate matters - Fully supportive of equal opportunities for all - Proven ability to work as part of a team - Relates well to people of any background If you are in harmony with the Christian ethos of our organisation and wish to join our team as our Night Awake Project Worker please click 'Apply' now! Closing Date: 11th February 2017 We reserve the right to close earlier if we receive sufficient applicants. Please note that a satisfactory DBS check is required for all appointments within the Trust and that job offers will be subject to the Trust receiving satisfactory evidence of the successful applicant's right to work in the UK.