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Clean Slate is an exciting and innovative social enterprise working towards a world where everyone can provide for themselves and their families, where society addresses everyone's needs and where it doesn't it costs more to be poor. We believe in fair opportunity for all so that anyone who is ready and able can get work. We enable people to improve their financial wellbeing, supporting them to access the support they need to manage their money well and find work. Clean Slate, in partnership with Quids in! magazine, is overhauling the rulebook on helping low-income households become better off. Clean Slate is expanding.

We are looking for a Floating Support Worker to join the Reach service at our partner Developing Health & Independence in Bath on secondment. 

As a secondment, you will deliver housing related advice and support to service users referred to the Reach Housing Advice & Support Service, who are experiencing difficulties in securing and sustaining their homes and living independently within the community. 

You will promote social inclusion and independence and work alongside people experiencing homelessness using a person-centred approach to support them in achieving their goals.

You will need to stay true to Clean Slate’s values and promote the service within the secondment.

To be considered for this role, you will need good communication skills, written and verbal. Experience or willingness to learn of working innovatively and effectively with people who are socially excluded and/or in housing need. The ability to plan, prioritise, and organise your own work and time and a good basic level of IT literacy (proficient in Word, sending emails and able to input data into systems following training)

As well as offering flexible working arrangements from the start of your employment, our benefits for staff include the opportunity to get support with mental and emotional health through our partner agencies and opportunities to develop your skills further, including using our own excellent in-house training . Our culture is open and we encourage everyone to contribute to the management of the organisation. Successful applicants will be required to have a DBS check.

To apply:
If you feel this role is one you could thrive in, please apply by midnight on Tuesday 16th July at the latest.

Interviews will be held on Thursday 18th July.

To apply, please upload your CV and a covering letter with a supporting statement. Your letter should outline why you would be suitable for the role, clearly stating your qualification and/or practical experience in Information, Advice and Guidance and any languages ​​you speak.

Floating Support Worker

Salary:

£25,119 pro rata

Hours:

£25,119 pro rata

Contract Type:

Part time, fixed term to 31 March 2025 (extension possible subject to funding)

Location:

Central Bath and home visits to clients

Close Date:

Tuesday, 16 July 2024

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