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Current Opportunities


Tenancy Support Officer


Terms: Full Time
Location: King's House
Salary: £22,660 per annum
Contact: Matt Fordham
E-mail: matt.fordham@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912022

Overview:

We’re looking to fill a vacancy to help bring hope, community and opportunity into the lives of disadvantaged people. If you’re passionate about loving the poor and supporting the disadvantaged, we want to hear from you!

This post serves to provide excellent and progressive tenancy support for Move-On Housing and No-Recourse clients, by working with them to maintain independence, choice and control. With relevant supervision, we expect you to provide a client-focused service in line with the vision, ethos, values and mission of the King’s Arms Project.

This role is for a fixed 12 month period ending January 2021

As an active Christian, this role offers you the opportunity to integrate and apply your Christian faith to all that we do. Please refer to our ‘Statement of Belief’ for the basis of our Christian faith.

If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to info@kingsarmsproject.org

We may hold interviews as we receive suitable applications and reserve the right hold to withdraw the vacancy at the point. As such please apply early.


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European Economic Area (EEA) Case Worker


Terms: Part Time
Location: King's House
Salary: £19,570 per annum FTE
Contact: Matt Fordham
E-mail: matt.fordham@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912022

Overview:

We’re looking to fill a vacancy to help bring hope, community and opportunity into the lives of disadvantaged people. If you’re passionate about loving the poor and supporting the disadvantaged, we want to hear from you! We would consider a full time or part time applicants.

European Economic Area (EEA) Case Worker – up to 40 hours per week, part time hours considered

Our EEA Case Worker will worker with the existing Outreach team to engage with rough sleeping EEA nationals, supporting them into accommodation and helping them to engage in support services, employability training, health and well-being. Ideally you will be able to speak Polish or have the ability to communicate in languages other than English, at least through an interpreter.The role is initially funded to 31 March 2020.

As an active Christian, this role offers you the opportunity to integrate and apply your Christian faith to all that we do. Please refer to our ‘Statement of Belief’ for the basis of our Christian faith.

If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to info@kingsarmsproject.org

There is no closing date for applications and we will interview as and when suitable applicants apply. We reserve the right to close the application process at any time.


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Crèche Room Leader - 20 hours per week, Mornings, Monday to Friday (likely to be 9:30am to 2:30pm) Term Time only. Fixed term contract to 17 July 2020


Terms: Part Time
Location: Project-wide
Salary: £7,800 per annum pro rata (£10.00 per hour)
Closing date: 20 January 2020
Contact: Matt Fordham
E-mail: matt.fordham@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912022

Overview:

King’s Arms Project provide bespoke ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) tuition for our non-English speaking clients to help them further build community and open up further employment opportunities.

To further support this service we are setting up a Crèche to support those families with young children and are looking for a Room Leader. The role is currently funded to the end of the summer term 2020 but we hope to see this extend.

As Room Leader you will be a Level 2 qualified childcare professional with responsibility for the day to-day running of the Crèche. You will perform an important role caring for children, maintaining a high-quality, stimulating learning environment, supervising staff and imparting your knowledge and skills to others.

If that is you, then we would love to hear from you.

If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to info@kingsarmsproject.org

We reserve the right to close the application process at any time.


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Crèche Assistant - 20 hours per week, Mornings, Monday to Friday (likely to be 9:30am to 2:30pm) Term Time only. Fixed term contract to 17 July 2020


Terms: Full Time
Location: Project-wide
Salary: £6,630 per annum pro rata (£8.50 per hour)
Closing date: 20 January 2020
Contact: Matt Fordham
E-mail: matt.fordham@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912022

Overview:

King’s Arms Project provide bespoke ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) tuition for our non-English speaking clients to help them further build community and open up further employment opportunities.

To further support this service we are setting up a Crèche to support those families with young children and are looking for an Assistant to support the Team Leader. The role is currently funded to the end of the summer term 2020 but we hope to see this extend.

As the Crèche Assistant you will be a childcare professional involved in the day-to-day running of the Crèche. You will perform an important role caring for children, maintaining a high-quality, stimulating learning environment and will be a creative and reflective individual, able to implement new ideas to continually improve practice and support the management team.

If that is you, then we would love to hear from you.

If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to info@kingsarmsproject.org

We reserve the right to close the application process at any time.


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Support Worker(s)


Terms: Full Time
Location: The Night Shelter
Salary: £19,000 per annum
Contact: Matt Fordham
E-mail: matt.fordham@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912022

Overview:

We’re looking for new Support Worker(s) to help bring hope, community and opportunity into the lives of homeless people. If you’re passionate about loving the poor and supporting the disadvantaged, we want to hear from you!

Our current vacancies are based on an average of 40 hour per week working a rota of days, evenings and nights. Some weekend work will also be required. Part Time working will also be considered.

As an active Christian, this role offers you the opportunity to integrate and apply your Christian faith to all that we do. Please refer to our ‘Statement of Belief’ for the basis of our Christian faith.

If you are interested in applying for the above role please complete the attached application form, and the equal opportunity form, and return to info@kingsarmsproject.org

There is no closing date for applications and we will interview as and when suitable applicants apply. We reserve the right to close the application process at any time.


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Voluntary Support within our Pathways to Employment (PtE) team


Terms: Part Time
Location: Pathways to Employment
Contact: Phillipa Harries
E-mail: phillipa.harries@kingsarmsproject.org
Phone: 01234 912021

Overview:

We have a current need for voluntary support within our Pathways to Employment (PtE) team

PtE works with homeless, recently homeless and rough sleeping clients, helping them to make the huge leap from homelessness to employment. It is split into three distinct areas:

  • Mentoring
  • Life-skills courses
  • Voluntary work placements and employment

 

2019 sees the programme continuing to grow, preparing clients for work and obtaining work placements and training opportunities. As such we are looking for somebody that has a passion to see change in people’s lives and would be free to volunteer a few hours each week.

We are ideally looking for somebody that can support us on some or all of the following days:

  • Each Tuesday 9am-4pm, and additional hours if possible;
  • Alternate Wednesday mornings to help with a course;
  • Thursday mornings to help cover Job Club.

 

Tasks:

  • Help set up courses/rooms
  • To support clients in courses – facilitating positive interactions and building good relationships with the clients.
  • To assist clients with Job searches  and voluntary job searches
  • Experience of working with people from different social/ educational backgrounds
  • Support the creation of fresh Pathways to Employment material for social media.
  • Helping to set up Job’s board for some clients
  • Food shopping for courses
  • Keeping our records up to date

 

If you feel this is something that you would be able to support us in, then please contact Phillipa Harries.

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