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Trainee Support Worker Resettlement, Integration & Outreach (Bristol)

Part-Time - 15 hours per week
£15,530 p/a pro rata
We are recruiting for a Trainee Support Worker to join our Resettlement, Integration and Outreach (RIO) team. This traineeship has been designed to provide candidates with limited work experience and educational qualifications an opportunity to develop their skills in a supporting role. Sector specific training will be provided, and the successful candidates will gain experience to equip them to support people with complex needs.

To ensure that the needs of our survivors are reflected in everything we do, we encourage applications from candidates with lived experience of human trafficking, modern slavery or of the asylum system.
No previous workplace experience is required but an interest in helping people and social justice is essential. You will also be committed to learning and development, both in the workplace and an educational setting. The completion of a Level 1 BTEC in Health and Social Care, which will be funded by Unseen, is a requirement of this role.

The traineeship will include in-house training and opportunities to shadow colleagues across the organisation. As you progress, you will develop skills and knowledge to support survivors in the community, promoting feelings of safety, hope and choice while supporting them to achieve goals detailed on their individually tailored support plans.

You will be joining a small, friendly and motivated team who are committed to supporting survivors.
This role will be subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS check and completion of a probationary period.

18 month fixed term contract.

Please find the job description, application form and equal opportunities form below. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. PLEASE NOTE, CVS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.

Interviews to be held week commencing 16th September 2019.

PREVIOUS APPLICANTS NEED NOT APPLY.
Deadline for application is Tuesday 10th September 2019 at 5pm

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Bank Support Worker Men's Safe House (North Somerset)

Casual contract, ad-hoc hours
£9.73 per hour, sleep-ins £93.96 per night
Unseen is a fast moving, dynamic and growing organisation that works directly with survivors of trafficking and modern day slavery. We are looking to recruit Bank Support Workers for our Men’s Safe House in the North Somerset area to assist with the delivery of services, with a focus on engaging survivors, coordinating their support and helping them to access the services they need.

Bank Staff are employed on casual contracts and offered work on an ad-hoc basis with the potential for regular shift work. There is no obligation to take the shifts offered. Bank workers who are consistently unavailable for shifts are naturally unlikely to be offered regular bank work.

Experience in a social care or residential setting with vulnerable people, preferably with clients with drug and alcohol issues and/or of working with victims of human trafficking are essential, although individuals who can evidence transferrable skills and knowledge will be considered at our discretion.

We run 24/7 safe supported accommodation for victims who have experienced trafficking and exploitation and may have health/social/emotional/physical/trauma based support needs. On-going training and supervision is provided. There is a 6 month probation period for this role. You will be expected to assist the team to help deliver objectives that are set out in survivors’ individual support plans, conduct daily health & safety checks, attend appointments with survivors, hold daily house meetings and assist with any other duties/tasks within the project.

This is a casual contract, meaning that the post holder should be available for shifts at short notice on occasion, although every effort will be made to offer shifts in advance where possible. Shifts can be during the day (between 8am to 4.30pm), evening (1pm to 9pm) or sleep-in night shifts (8.30pm to 8.30am).

Interviews to be held week commencing 2nd September 2019.

If successful, it is anticipated that you will be potentially offered work as soon as shifts become available (subject to satisfactory references, DBS check and completion of induction).

Please find the job description, application form and equal opportunities form below. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. CVs are not accepted.

Any queries please email jobs@unseenuk.org.

Deadline of applications is 26 August 2019

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Part-Time Support Worker Men's Safe House (North Somerset)

27 hours per 2- week rolling rota. Flexible working between 8am and 10pm, Monday-Sunday.
£9.73 per hour

We are currently recruiting an experienced Support Worker for our men's safe house to assist with the delivery of our services, with a focus on engaging with the male clients and helping them to access the services and support they need.

You will be required to join a small, friendly and committed team that provides a high standard of service to our male client group within a 24/7 safe supported accommodation setting. As well as ensuring the safety of the men’s project and engaging with our clients in a therapeutic, person centred manner, your role will also involve regularly conducting and monitoring support and risk management plans and keeping clear accurate records. Following Health and Safety procedures and the monitoring of the accommodations intruder and fire alarm system is also essential.

Full on-going training, supervision as well as external supervision will be provided. Please note, this post is subject to satisfactory references, an Enhanced DBS check and a 6-month probationary period. At interview you will be asked to bring photo ID, current certificates, evidence of required qualifications, and will be asked about any gaps in employment and previous roles.

Interviews to be held week commencing 2nd September 2019.

Please find the job description, application form and equal opportunities form below. Once completed please return all forms to jobs@unseenuk.org. You are requested to also submit a cover letter. CVs are not accepted.

We also have casual (relief) vacancies currently and ask people who are interested in joining a pool of casual/bank staff to also apply, clearly stating what role you wish to be considered for on your application form.

Any queries, please email jobs@unseenuk.org.

Deadline for applications is 26 August 2019

Download Support Worker Part-Time Men's Safe House Job Description.pdf

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