King’s Arms Project has been working with the homeless in Bedford since 1989. Our Christian identity is the foundation for everything that we do. Motivated by our faith, we are committed to following the teaching and example of Jesus in his identification with those who are poor, vulnerable or forgotten.
The Pathways Team serves to empower clients to make the journey from homelessness to belonging in community (this could include employment or other meaningful activities). The Learning and Engagement Coordinator develops and facilitates accessible activities and skills learning, provides one-to-one support to build trust and encourage progression, and is actively involved in enabling clients to keep moving forward toward engaging with mainstream community, education, volunteering and employment (according to abilities and needs).
In conjunction with the other members of the team and with relevant supervision, the post holder will support the Pathways Team Leader to provide a service that is co-produced and developed with members of the Pathways Community and reflects the needs and interests of course attendees. You will be passionate about ensuring that the Pathways Community remains dynamic, client-led and solution-focused.
As an active Christian, this role offers you the opportunity to integrate and apply your Christian faith to all that we do. As such this role has an occupational requirement to be a practicing Christian.
If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to email@example.com
The closing date for application is Friday 29th January 2021