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  • Frontline Fife - Assistant Short-term Housing Support Worker

    Created: 30/03/2022, Updated: 31/03/2022
    News/Events Category: Job Vacancies

    Post: Assistant Short-term Housing Support Worker

    Hours: 36 hours per week

    Salary: £18,757

    Location: Kirkcaldy

    Contract:  Fixed Term

    Frontline Fife is a mid-sized charity that works to end homelessness by taking preventative action and by supporting people to choose the life they aspire to. As part of its wider response to Fife's Rapid Rehousing Transition plan, it is now seeking to recruit individuals wishing to assist vulnerable people who are at risk of or who have experienced homelessness. If you can demonstrate a commitment to client focused working, are keen to develop professional skills in housing support and trauma informed practice and want to be part of a diverse team that is committed to inclusion and achieving the best possible outcomes for people, then Frontline Fife wants to hear from you.

    For more information/to apply, please visit Frontline Fife's website. The closing date for applications is 12:00 on 11 April 2022.

    Alternatively, e-mail [email protected] or telephone 01592 800 430. Applications packs can be provided in an accessible format upon request. To apply for a post, please submit your application form to [email protected] by the closing date noted above

    Where appropriate, welcome payment for SSSC registration fee and PVG check. Successful candidates taking up a client-facing role are subject to PVG Disclosure checks and must have a current driving license or willingness to achieve this in the first year. Successful candidates securing a post regulated by the Care Inspectorate must register with the SSSC and must meet the required standards for the post within the permitted time as directed by the SSSC. Frontline Fife, as a Disability Confident employer, is committed to supporting job applicants and staff with a disability or long-term health condition. The team commit to offering an interview to disabled people when the essential job criteria are met.

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