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St Mungos

Support Worker

Job Type

Full time

Reference 

Social work

Salary

Location

£29,794 - £33,669 pa

Posted Date

8 January 2024

Haringey

Closing Date

9 January 2024

About you

Above all we are looking for enthusiastic people who have a genuine desire to support people to transform their lives.

If you have good interpersonal and listening skills; patience and resilience we will provide you with the knowledge and training you need to work with clients in a holistic and person-centred way.

If you have a good understanding of the complex issues faced by homeless people; personal experience of homelessness yourself and some experience of supporting vulnerable people through a process of change we encourage you to apply

About Us
St Mungo’s is a leading homelessness charity. We work together with local authorities and communities to end homelessness and rebuild lives.

Last year we supported nearly 28,000 people who were homeless, or at risk of homelessness, through 164 services. Our work means that more than 2,700 people have somewhere safe to stay each night.

A DBS disclosure check is a requirement for this post and will be undertaken for the successful candidate.

Please be advised that all appointments will be made on St Mungo’s current standard Terms and Conditions (T&Cs); this also applies to any internal candidates.

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