To provide cover in our Prep Gwent service and be the first point of contact for residents and visitors. Provide help and advice to residents in the absence of their allocated worker and promote wellbeing. Facilitate activities and resident engagement based on what matters to the residents residing in the project. Ensuring the building and residents are safe.
Thrive@United Welsh provides shared accommodation and targeted help to people who require it. We use a strengths-based model of help to ensure people have access to important personal and community links which promote mental and physical wellbeing.
If you are motivated, enthusiastic and care about helping people fulfil their potential, then you will thrive as one of our colleagues.
Want to help change people’s lives for the better? Then take a look at what we’ve got to offer:
We currently have a number of roles to fill, which will provide specialist housing and targeted help for a diverse range of customers. The successful candidates will be based in our Gwent Prep service in Blaina. This is a supported accommodation-based service for people who are at risk of being admitted to hospital or people that are currently in hospital due to their mental health challenges.
If any of our job opportunities sound right up your street, please visit www.unitedwelsh.com for an application pack or telephone 029 2085 8100.
Please complete an application form detailing why you think you’re suitable, plus your skills and experience and email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the closing date.
Closing date for all positions is 5pm on 28th July 2016
Assessment dates: TBC
We are legally obliged to ask you to provide evidence of your right to work in the UK. If you are invited to interview, you will be asked to provide appropriate documents such as your full birth certificate and national insurance card or passport (if applicable, work permit in accordance with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1996).