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Homeless Hostel Support Worker Job in Birmingham

New Directions are currently seeking flexible agency hostel support workers to work in private hostel in Birmingham. This homeless hostel caters for vulnerable young people aged from 18 years and over, in a supported living, tenancy support environment. We are looking for staff who have a knowledge and understanding of working with troubled teenagers and young adults who have issues around drug and alcohol problems, homelessness issues, challenging behaviours and teenagers who have come out of long term looked after care and similar backgrounds. This role you will include working 1 to […]


Homeless Hostel Support Worker Job Vacancy in West Bromwich

New Directions are currently seeking flexible agency hostel support workers to work in private hostel in West Bromwich. This homeless hostel caters for vulnerable young people aged from 18 years and over, in a supported living, tenancy support environment. We are looking for staff who have a knowledge and understanding of working with troubled teenagers and young adults who have issues around drug and alcohol problems, homelessness issues, challenging behaviours and teenagers who have come out of long term looked after care and similar backgrounds. For this role you will be working 1 to […]


Hostel Support Worker Job in Cardiff

New Directions are currently looking to recruit a Support Worker, who also hold a SIA license to work at homeless hostel in Cardiff. This hostel provides a temporary and welcoming home for homeless people who need support. The hostel takes referrals from Cardiff and Newport city Councils, regardless of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation and race. The aim of the service is to help tackle homelessness in cities by providing a safe and supportive environment to vulnerable people. This enables them to increase their skills and confidence to help them to manage their future homes and lead […]


Hostel Support Worker Job in Bridgend

New directions are currently seeking a Support Worker to work in private five bedded hostel in the Bridgend. You ideally need knowledge and understanding of working with troubled teenagers and young adults, who have issues around drugs and alcohol, homelessness, challenging behaviour and teenagers who have come out of long term looked after care. You would be working one to one with vulnerable clients in order to help them become more self independent.


Learning Disabilities Support Worker Job in Swansea

We are seeking experienced an Support Worker, who have ideally worked in a residential setting for people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health, victims of domestic abuse and people with alcohol or substance misuse issues.   Your role will be varied but will include supporting service users in a residential setting. Key skills we require to enable you to do the job are as follows: • Excellent communication skills. • Basic understanding of legislative requirements. • Ability to empathise. • Knowledge of preferred client group. • Excellent […]


Hostel Support Worker Job in Bridgend (Ref: LH)

New Directions are currently seeking a flexible agency hostel Support Worker to work in five bedded private hostel in the Bridgend area. We have a large contract with an established ‘UK National Hostel & Supported Living Association’ provider that caters for looking after vulnerable people aged 18 years and over. We are looking for staff who have a knowledge and understanding of working with troubled teenagers and young adults, who have issues around drug and alcohol problems, homelessness issues, challenging behaviours and ex-offenders etc. This role will entail working one to one […]


Homeless Hostel Support Worker Job in Cardiff. (RefMC)

New Directions are currently looking for weekend staff to work in a family hostel. • This hostel is a 26 room hostel that provides a temporary and welcoming home for families that need support. • The hostel takes referrals from Cardiff Council - regardless of gender, age, disability, sexual orientation, race/ethnic origin, religion & belief, marital status or work status. • The aim of the service is to help tackle homelessness in Cardiff by providing a safe and supportive environment to families. This enables them to increase their skills and confidence to help them to manage their […]


Homeless Hostel Support Worker Job in Gorseinon, Swansea (RefLH)

New Directions are recruiting in the Gorseinon area of Swansea for experienced homeless hostel support workers. You will be providing hands on support with vulnerable people from all backgrounds who suffer from substance misuse and homelessness issues. The shifts on offer can range from days or waking nights depending on your preference.  


Tenancy Support Worker Job Vacancy in Carmarthenshire (RefLH)

New Directions are seeking an experienced hostel floating support worker to work with teenagers and young adults in the Carmarthenshire area. You will be providing help to people including support and guidance on any issues that affect their tenancies such as financial management, substance or alcohol misuse, mental or physical health issues, emotional welfare and tenancy management. The team has 15 senior support workers who will be working in partnership with other providers of floating support within Carmarthenshire, as well as statutory agencies. Looking for someone Mondays to -Fridays […]


Homeless Hostel Support worker Job in Newport, Gwent. (RefMC)

New Directions are currently seeking hostel support workers to work in a young person’s hostel based in the Newport area. We have a large contract established over many years ago that covers Wales, for a National Hostel Association provider that caters for vulnerable young persons. This project specifically caters for young adults aged 16– 24 years of age. We need staff that have a knowledge and understanding of working with young, vulnerable adults who have a history around drug and alcohol problems, homelessness issues, challenging behaviours and complex needs.