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Assertive Outreach Worker (Part time)

Location:

Bath

Salary:

£19,600 (full time equivalent £24,500)

Type:

Part time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

  

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

 

Job Role: Assertive Outreach Worker 

Salary: £19,600 per year (full-time equivalent £24,500)

Hours: 30 hours per week

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Bath

 

Additional information:

  • Flexibility to work early morning/evenings and occasional weekends 
  • Participate in on-call rota (approximately 1 in every 4 weeks, £100 a week when on-call)
  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel for work
  • Please note there may be opportunities to pick up relief shifts depending on the projects needs

 

The Role:

As an Assertive Outreach Worker, you will contribute to delivering a top-tier, person-centred outreach service to individuals experiencing rough sleeping in Bath. Your role will involve implementing a locally agreed-upon approach aligned with the No Second Night Out initiative. As a member of our team, you will conduct outreach and hot spot visits throughout the local area to identify individuals experiencing rough sleeping and provide them with the necessary support and services tailored to their immediate needs, this will involve some early mornings/evenings alongside occasional weekend outreach sessions. 

 

Please note, that this role will require some flexibility and being able to walk a number of miles in all weather conditions.

 

Responsibilities include: 

  • To undertake assertive outreach and hot spot visits across the locality area including during unsocial hours, maintaining a regular street presence
  • Carry our risk and needs assessments with identified rough sleepers to secure access to services which are suitable for their immediate needs
  • Work within No Second Night Out guidelines when working with those new to the streets
  • To recognise indications of substance misuse, mental health needs, personality disorders, and behavioural issues and make appropriate referrals to relevant agencies 
  • Maintain complete, accurate and up-to-date client records using our client record system

 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel for work
  • Experience working with vulnerable adults and/or people with complex needs

 

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Wellbeing related support / advice, and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, plus bank holidays - increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly reflective practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

 

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

  If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

  

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about this role, please get in touch with the recruitment team at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

 

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

 

Support Worker - Support for Adults with ASD

Location:

Bath

Salary:

£24,500

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Support Worker – Adults with ASD       

Salary: £24,500               

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week          

Contract type: Permanent 

Location: Bath

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call

The Role:

To assess and support clients to develop independent living skills that will enable them to move from low-level support to independent living within about two years. Facilitate access to services that meet client health, social, educational, and employment requirements, taking account of client aspirations and needs. Ensure clients are accessing and managing the benefits that they are entitled to.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Build positive and effective working relationships and agreements with relevant external agencies. 
  • You will be working from the property based in central Bath.
  • Support Clients to engage in consultation events both within the organization and in the wider community.
  • Ensure that organizational administrative systems, including Petty Cash and rent/service charge collection are accurately maintained and updated. 
  • Work in accordance with the organization's Equal Opportunities Policy and with all its other policies.

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Good knowledge of problems faced by adults with Autism and Asperger's and a range of specialist skills to work with this client group.
  • Ability to undertake Needs Assessment and Planning for people with complex social needs
  • Empathy and understanding of the needs of Julian House Clients.
  • Working with people with complex needs and challenging behavior

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

 If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Support Worker role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Specialist Drug & Alcohol Support Worker (Female only)

Location:

Bath

Salary:

£25,500

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Fixed Term Contract

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Specialist Drug & Alcohol Support Worker (Domestic Abuse)    

Salary: £25,500 per year                

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week              

Contract type: 1 Year Fixed Term Contract

Location: Bath

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call

The Role:

To provide comprehensive, holistic needs assessment, support planning, progress monitoring and review for clients with a range of complex, social and housing need. The post holder is also responsible for delivering support to service users with complex needs who have experienced domestic abuse and been provided with short term, emergency refuge accommodation.

Responsibilities include: 

  • To support and empower clients who have multiple and complex needs who experience domestic abuse to live safe, independent lives.
  • To complete needs and risk assessments in line with service operations procedure.
  • To develop and sustain professional relationships with service users and appropriate external agencies
  • Refer clients who are experiencing drug or alcohol difficulties to DHI for treatment and support when appropriate to do so
  • Roles and objectives in Julian House may change. All members of staff are expected to be prepared to work flexibly in response to changing business needs.

 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work
  • Understanding of the nature of domestic violence, and the impact it has on survivors and their children
  • Experience of working with people with complex needs e.g., substance misuse and/or mental health
  • Needs to be “Recovery” knowledgeable and has an excellent understanding of Addiction.

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about this role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Assertive Outreach Worker

Location:

Weymouth

Salary:

£24,500 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Assertive Outreach Worker

Salary: £24,500 per year

Hours: 37.5 hours per week        

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Weymouth

Additional information:

  • Valid driver's license and access to a car for business purposes
  • Participation in an Outreach rota which may include working early mornings, evenings and weekends
  • Participation in an on-call, out of hours rota (£100 per week when on-call)

The Role:

As an Assertive Outreach Worker, you will join a dedicated team committed to engaging with individuals experiencing homelessness, whether they are encountering it for the first time or have been without shelter for a while, within the Dorset Council region. Your role involves crafting bespoke support plans that address the unique health, social, and emotional needs of each person, empowering them to transition to and sustain a stable and healthy lifestyle beyond the streets.

Please note, that this role will include working weekends and unsocial hours and being able to walk a number of miles in all weather conditions.

Responsibilities include: 

  • To undertake assertive outreach and hot spot visits across the locality area
  • Work in close partnership with the local authorities, police, emergency accommodation providers and wider partner agencies to maximise positive outcomes for service users
  • Carry out needs assessments, support plans and risk assessments with identified people who are sleeping rough to secure access to services that are suitable for their immediate needs, and make appropriate referrals in partnership with them to establish a sustainable life away from the streets
  • Establish supportive, trusting and professional relationships with service users, using a trauma informed approach
  • Since job descriptions cannot be exhaustive; the post holder may be required to undertake other duties, which are broadly in like with the above key responsibilities

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving licence and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work
  • Experience working with vulnerable adults and/or people with complex needs
  • Ability to build effective relationships with clients and services in order to develop pathways to enable clients to make positive changes

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter. If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about Assertive Outreach Worker role, please get in touch with Dannielle at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Casework Coordinator

Location:

Exeter

Salary:

£19,600

Type:

Part time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more. If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Criminal Justice Casework Coordinator

Salary: £19,600 (FTE £24,500)

Hours: Part-time 30 hours per week    

Contract type: Permanent 

Location: Exeter

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 8 weeks), £100/week when on-call

The Role:

 The Case Work Coordinator is expected to hold day to day responsibility for managing referrals, assessing and supporting clients in a way that allows them to maintain accommodation and make positive changes in their life. You are expected to develop effective and productive relationships with key partner agencies such as National Probation Service, Police and other criminal justice and generic support services that facilitate production of multi-agency support planning.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Build positive and effective working relationships and agreements with relevant external agencies which will include working closely with criminal justice services.
  • Complete needs assessment/risk assessment for clients leading to the delivery of key elements of support plans which meet individual client need and reduce re-offending.
  • Take part in an out of hours on call system (1 week in 4)
  • Manage the planned and positive move-on of clients through the service, ensuring staff are supported to meet their targets around length of stay.
  • Ensure that organizational administrative systems, including Petty Cash and rent/service charge collection are accurately maintained

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Understanding of the causes of offending, homelessness and social exclusion and approaches which seek to address these
  • Have full driving license and access to own car
  • Working with people with complex needs and challenging behavior.
  • Working as part of a team in a social or health care setting

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme.
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

 If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Criminal Justice Casework Coordinator role, please get in touch with George in The Recruitment Team on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Casework Coordinator

Location:

Taunton

Salary:

£19,600

Type:

Part time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Criminal Justice Casework Coordinator  

Salary: £19,600

Hours: Part time 30 hours a week

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Based in Taunton but required to cover Minehead & Highbridge.

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call

The Role:

The Case Work Coordinator is expected to hold day to day responsibility for managing referrals, assessing and supporting clients in a way that allows them to maintain accommodation and make positive changes in their life. You are expected to develop effective and productive relationships with key partner agencies such as National Probation Service, Police and other criminal justice and generic support services that facilitate production of multi-agency support planning.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Build positive and effective working relationships and agreements with relevant external agencies which will include working closely with criminal justice services.
  • Take part in an out of hours on call system (1 week in 12).
  • Take part in rostered systems of working which may include weekend and evening working as required.
  • Ensure that all clients are provided with a high-quality person-centred service which takes a strength-based and trauma-informed approach.
  • Manage incidents and safeguarding and to ensure action is taken and followed up where required.

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Have full driving license and access to own car.
  • Working with people with complex needs and challenging behavior.
  • Personal experience of homelessness or social exclusion.
  • Understanding of the causes of offending, homelessness and social exclusion and approaches which seek to address these

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

 If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about Casework Coordinator role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Senior Fundraiser - Philanthropy & Corporate Partnerships

Location:

South West

Salary:

29,000

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Senior Fundraiser – Philanthropy & Corporate Partnerships  

Salary: £29,000 per year             

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week             

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Candidates can be based anywhere in the South West, but travel will be required to office hubs in Bath and Exeter, and across the region in line with business needs. 

Additional information:

  • Evening work may be required depending on Business needs.

The Role:

To support the Senior Fundraising Manager to grow income from corporate partnerships, major donors and family or community trusts across the South West and your experience of working with corporates, major donors and trusts will enable you to optimise our existing supporter base, establish a strong pipeline of new prospects and design inspiring engagement opportunities to steward high-value supporters.  

Responsibilities include: 

  • Working with the Senior Fundraising Manager to devise an engaging and diverse corporate offer that inspires business support.  
  • Leading research to build a new pipeline of high-value corporate partnerships and working with the Senior Fundraising Manager to engage and cultivate new prospects.
  • Supporting the Trusts Officer to write applications and reports to national trusts and foundations. 
  • Working with the Business Development Manager to identify contacts from your donor groups who could support on specific programme costs or set up of new projects.  
  • Inputting data to our Donorfy CRM system, overseeing the acknowledgment process to thank your donors promptly, and using reports and dashboards to understand the impact of your work.   

 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to represent your organisation to senior stakeholders and create high-quality written content for fundraising.  
  • Experience of using Canva or similar software to design promotional assets is desirable, but not essential.  
  • Experience of leading fundraising activity relating to corporates, major donors and / or trusts and foundations.  

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Senior Fundraiser role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Senior Fundraiser - Individual Giving

Location:

South West

Salary:

29,000

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Senior Fundraiser – Individual Giving      

Salary: £29,000 per year               

Hours: Full time 37.5 hours per week            

Contract type: Permanent 

Location: Candidates can be based anywhere in the Southwest, but travel will be required to office hubs in Bath and Exeter, and across the region in line with business needs.  

Additional information: 

  • Occasional evening work may be required.

The Role:

To support the Senior Fundraising Manager to recruit and retain new donors from across the South West and establish a cohesive supporter journey which optimises lifetime value of their gifts and can develop our approach to individual giving and increase the lifetime value of our supporters’ donations. You will be part of a small fundraising team where each member is given autonomy to innovate in their area and establish ambitious strategies for growth.  

Responsibilities include: 

  • Working with the Senior Fundraising Manager to develop an individual giving strategy to increase donor acquisition, engagement, and income.  
  • Working with the Senior Events & Community Fundraiser to transform event engagement and fundraising into individual gifts and regular giving. 
  • Designing our legacy case for support and embedding this in the supporter journey for donors with potential to remember Julian House in their wills.   
  • Monitoring activities to ensure we are achieving a strong return on investment and delivering according to budgets.  
  • Keeping abreast of current sector legislation and best practice and making sure Julian House's fundraising activity is in line with legislation such as GDPR. 

 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Experience of leading fundraising activity relating to individual giving, regular giving and / or legacies.    
  • Excellent communication skills, with the ability to represent your organisation to a range of stakeholders and create high-quality written content for fundraising.  
  • Knowledge of the homelessness or social inclusion sectors would be desirable, but not essential. 

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Senior Fundraiser role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Regional Manager

Location:

Bath

Salary:

£39,000 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Fixed Term Contract

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Regional Manager

Salary: £39,000 per year

Hours: 37.5 hours per week     

Contract type: Fixed Term Contract, until March 2025.

Location: Covering Bath, Wiltshire, Basingstoke and Mendip

Additional information:

  • A valid license and access to a vehicle 
  • Ability to travel within the region covered regularly and stay overnight as required.
  • Participate in the on-call service rota as the senior manager on-call, supporting local on-call staff

The Role:

Julian House is seeking a dynamic and experienced Regional Manager to oversee our diverse portfolio of services across the South West. This role involves managing a range of client groups, including street homeless clients, those in off-the-street accommodations, clients in our supported accommodations, and individuals in the Gypsy, Roma, Boater, and Traveller communities. This key role involves supporting our clients to reach their full potential and ensuring the delivery of high-quality, client-centred services. As a pivotal member of our Senior Operational Team, you will drive service excellence, manage service delivery, and uphold the values of Julian House

Responsibilities include: 

  • Leadership & Management: Effectively manage local Service Managers and oversee project operations, ensuring the achievement of KPIs, service priorities, and quality standards.
  • Service Improvement: Implement and embed service improvements, fostering psychologically informed environments (PIE) within operational services.
  • Team Development: Promote a culture of learning and best practice, leading recruitment, induction, and ongoing support of teams and managers.
  • Operational Oversight: Ensure day-to-day operational management of outreach, support, and accommodation services.
  • Performance Monitoring: Lead service KPI reporting and develop plans to address performance concerns, ensuring accurate and high-quality quantitative analysis.
  • Financial Management: Oversee financial procedures, including void management, housing benefits, and service charges, ensuring timely re-lets and compliance.
  • Client-Centered Services: Manage the delivery of high-quality, person-centred services with a strength-based and trauma-informed approach.
  • Quality Assurance: Embed quality assurance frameworks, conduct regular management checks, and implement mitigating action plans.
  • Risk Management: Manage budget, risk, and resources within targets, ensuring health, safety, and compliance actions are undertaken.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Develop effective joint working mechanisms with internal and external stakeholders, including Local Authorities, Probation, Ministry of Justice, and Central Government teams.

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work
  • Experience working with vulnerable adults with complex needs and/or challenging behaviours
  • A proven knowledge and understanding of the care and support requirements of people affected by homelessness, with mental health and complex needs which also include drug and alcohol problems. 
  • Relevant experience at managerial level within the sector

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.   If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about Regional Manager role, please get in touch with the team at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Targeted Support Worker

Location:

Mendip

Salary:

£24,500 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Fixed Term Contract

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

 

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

 

Job Role: Targeted Support Worker  

Salary: £24,500 per year

Hours: 37.5 hours per week     

Contract type: Fixed Term Contract, until March 2025.

Location: Shepton Mallet, Mendip

Additional information:

  • A valid license and access to a vehicle 
  • Generally working Monday to Friday, between the hours of 08:00 - 17:00

 

The Role:

The Targeted Support Worker will play a crucial role in offering guidance and assistance to vulnerable tenants with complex needs, particularly those who have a history of rough sleeping. Your main focus will be to establish and maintain strong personal connections with tenants, aiming to enhance engagement, overcome obstacles, and prevent tenancy breaches.

In this role, you can expect to manage a caseload of up to ten clients, though this number may vary depending on case complexity. These clients will come from various projects and services across the local area, making multi-agency collaboration essential.

 

Responsibilities include: 

  • Conducting needs assessments of at-risk and vulnerable tenants
  • Provide and coordinate effect support, advice and assistance to tenants to ensure that they can maintain their tenancies 
  • Supporting tenants to access support, care and health services
  • Maintain regular contact with tenants, implementing the support plans and undertaking appropriate support actions
  • Provide case studies and reports on outcomes within the service 

 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work
  • Experience working with vulnerable adults with complex needs and/or challenging behaviours
  • Understanding of benefits and housing benefits systems 

 

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

 

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.   If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you.

 

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about Targeted Support Worker role, please get in touch with Dannielle at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

 

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Supported Housing Worker

Location:

Mendip

Salary:

£24,500 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Fixed Term Contract

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Supported Housing Worker          

Salary: £24,500 per year

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Contract type: Fixed Term Contract - 6 months - with the possibility to become permanent 

Location: Shepton Mallet - Mendip

Additional information:

  • Travel required across Mendip to cover accommodation across 2 locations
  • Participation in an on-call rota (1 in every 4 weeks), £100 per week when on-call
  • Participation in a rostered system of working with shifts between the hours of 08:00 AM and 20:00 PM, weekend work required (every other weekend) 

The Role

We are dedicated to offering a high-quality support and housing management service to homeless people across Mendip with low to medium-level support needs, with the aim to help them achieve more independence. 

We are seeking a Supported Housing Worker to join our team to ensure the day-to-day running of the project runs smoothly and clients are supported. You will be responsible for maintaining client records and supporting clients with their individual support plans and needs, all whilst providing a high-quality, safe and person-centred service. 

Responsibilities include:

  • Delivery of a high-quality off the street accommodation service for individuals rough sleeping within Mendip
  • Complete holistic assessments for clients leading to the development of support plans which meet individual client goals
  • Build positive and effective working relationships and agreements with relevant external agencies
  • Give clients advice, information and provide an enabling service for that they can be signposted to, and access, appropriate services to develop independence
  • Provide an effective Housing Management service for clients and identified properties
  • Carry out, within reason, any other duties necessary to achieve the smooth running of the service and undertake other organisational duties, which are broadly in line with the above key responsibilities

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle – business insurance will be required for roles involving travel for work
  • Understanding of the causes of homelessness and social exclusion and approaches which seek to address these

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice andup to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments throughourSimply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about this role, please get in touch with our recruitment team on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Supported Housing Service Manager

Location:

Exeter

Salary:

£31,400 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Supported Housing Service Manager

Salary: £31,400 per year

Hours: 37.5 hours per week        

Contract type: Permanent 

Location: Exeter

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call
  • A valid UK driving license and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel for work

The Role:

The Service Manager will play a crucial role in our Exeter team, managing our Supported Housing and Trainer Tenancies projects. These initiatives are committed to providing support to individuals with a history of homelessness in the Exeter area. Our foremost objective is to deliver high-quality, person-centred support, with a focus on ensuring the safety and well-being of each person.

In this role, you will oversee multiple units of accommodation along with a dedicated team of support workers. Your primary responsibility will be to lead the service, ensuring that the support provided to residents and staff meet high-quality standards. Your day-to-day activities will vary significantly, from directly supporting clients and guiding staff in their roles to ensuring the efficient and smooth operation of the service. Additionally, you will regularly engage in discussions with external stakeholders and commissioners.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Provide planning, leadership and direction, meeting statutory and organisational quality standards 
  • Take responsibility for the day-to-day management of any relevant buildings, including maintenance and safety issues, ensuring that regular inspections (internal and external) are made and monitored
  • Ensure that the appropriate levels and quality of staff and other resources are available to meet the agreed service standards, and that a robust staffing rota always exists - the post holder will be expected to provide additional cover if necessary 
  • Develop and manage monitoring systems which demonstrate the usage and achievements of the service for your team, the organisation and external audiences 
  • Carry out, within reason, any other duties necessary to achieve the smooth running of the service and undertake other organisational duties, which are broadly in line with the above key responsibilities 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving licence and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work.
  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of rough sleeping, multiple complex social need and the causes of homelessness.
  • Proven management experience in a similar setting
  • Ability to represent the organisation professionally to a wide range of people including service users, families, neighbours, professionals and commissioners

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Supported Housing Service Manager role, please get in touch with the Recruitment Team at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Casework Coordinator

Location:

Weston-Super-Mare

Salary:

19,600

Type:

Part time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Criminal Justice Casework Coordinator   

Salary: £19,600     

Hours: Part-time 30 hours per week          

Contract type: Permanent 

Location: Weston-Super-Mare 

Additional information: 

  • On-call (1 in 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call

The Role:

As a Case Work Coordinator, you are required to work with the clients to maintain units of accommodation to a high standard of health and safety and work closely with them to establish effective management of personal finances for example, supporting the client to complete benefit claims and budgeting. The Case Coordinator is responsible for maintaining accurate and timely records of all client interactions and where necessary supporting the Service Manager and Service Development Manager in reporting to partners and funders.

Responsibilities include: 

  • Build positive and effective working relationships and agreements with relevant external agencies which will include working closely with criminal justice services.
  • Complete needs assessment/risk assessment for clients leading to the delivery of key elements of support plans which meet individual client need and reduce re-offending
  • Take part in rostered systems of working which may include weekend and evening working as required. 
  • Any other duties within the scope of the post as directed by the Service Manager or other senior staff.

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • A valid UK driving licence and access to own vehicle - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work.
  • Working with people with complex needs and challenging behaviour
  • Previous work with homeless and/or other socially excluded people.

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment. Plus bank holidays
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about Casework Coordinator role, please get in touch with George (Recruitment Specialist) on recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Supported Housing Worker

Location:

Salisbury

Salary:

£24,500 per year

Type:

Full time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Supported Housing Worker   

Salary: £24,500 per year     

Hours: 37.5 hours per week        

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire

Additional information:

  • On-call (1 in every 4 weeks), £100/week when on-call
  • A valid UK driving licence and access to own vehicle is required - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work

The Role:

As a Supported Housing Worker, your role is to deliver person-centred, high-quality support and housing management to single homeless clients with low to medium-level needs. Your objective is to assist clients in achieving sustainable progress towards greater independence within specified timeframes. 

Responsibilities include: 

  • Carry out any referrals coming into the service following the assessment process
  • Implement and monitor client support plans and risk assessments 
  • Ensure all safeguarding procedures and service policies are followed
  • To give clients advice, information and provide an enabling service so that they can access appropriate services
  • Responsible for the day-to-day health and safety and safe running of the service including liaison with external contractors 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Experience working with vulnerable adults and/or people with complex needs
  • Able to build effective relationships with clients and services in order to develop pathways to enable clients to make positive changes
  • A valid UK driving licence and access to own vehicle is required - business insurance will be required for roles involving travel to work

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Sliding salary scale with salary increases every year for the first 3 years
  • Wellbeing related support and advice and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly Reflective Practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter. If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the Supported Housing Worker role, please get in touch with Dannielle at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

Housing Night Concierge (Part time)

Location:

Salisbury

Salary:

£15,799 per year

Type:

Part time

Contract:

Permanent

Julian House is a charity dedicated to making a difference to the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in society. We run several projects and every year we help thousands of people out of homelessness, into employment, away from domestic abuse, and more.

If you’d like a real sense of job satisfaction, great career prospects and a competitive benefits package, you could be who we’re looking for!

Job Role: Housing Night Concierge

Salary: £15,799 per year

Hours: 24 hours per week     

Contract type: Permanent

Location: Salisbury

Additional information:

  • This role involves working evening and night after the hours of 7 PM, full schedule to be discussed further at the interview
  • Please note that the shifts and hours are waking nightshifts that require individuals to be aware and alert throughout the duration 

The Role:

The role entails providing an on-site presence at supported accommodations owned or leased by Julian House, including overnights and weekends. Typically working alone, the primary responsibility is to maintain building and occupant safety and security, fostering positive neighbour and community relations. 

Responsibilities include: 

  • Provide an on-site presence at the properties to maintain the safety and security of the building and its facilities 
  • Maintain a full and accurate log of events during the shift
  • Provide a first point of contact for the 'on-call' system to ensure that clear and concise information is detailed to the 'on-call support worker'
  • Actively ensure the security of the building, monitoring CCTV and patrolling at regular intervals
  • Participate in verbal and written handovers 

Qualifications / Requirements: 

  • Experience working with vulnerable adults and/or people with complex needs
  • Experience in a similar overnight role is preferred but not required as full training and induction will be provided

There are many great reasons to join our team!

  • Great opportunities for career development and free monthly training sessions from experienced facilitators
  • Wellbeing related support/advice, and up to 6 free counselling sessions through our Employee Assistance Programme
  • 27 days annual leave, including an extra day off for your birthday, plus bank holidays - increasing up to 30 days after 4 years of continuous employment
  • 30% staff discount at Julian House charity shops
  • 20% staff discount at Julian House bike workshops
  • A generous and competitive pension scheme
  • Instant access to healthcare professionals and discounts on a variety of health treatments through our Simply Health Scheme
  • A supportive culture where staff feedback is highly valued and regular supervisions with line managers are conducted
  • 6 weekly reflective practice sessions from objective, external facilitators

Our Ethos

As an Equal Opportunities employer, we have an Equality and Diversity Action plan in place showing our commitment in ensuring continuous improvement in creating an inclusive culture. We also have a committed group of Inclusion & Diversity champions who meet monthly to ensure progress is being made. We invite applications from people from all backgrounds and cultures, especially minority groups that are underrepresented in the workplace. We also welcome applications from those with lived experience. We embrace flexibility and are proud to be a Disability Confident and Mindful employer, as well as an Armed Forces Covenant Supporter.

If you have any special access requirements or other support needs throughout the application process (including interview), please contact us so that we can let you know how we can support you. We accept CVs and applications in all formats.

DBS Checks

We welcome applications from people with lived experience. All applicants working with our clients will be expected to undertake an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check. A criminal conviction will not necessarily prevent you from becoming an employee, the decision will depend on the type of offence and its relevance to the role. If you would like to discuss any convictions you may have, please contact the person named in the advert. All information will be dealt with according to our Data Protection Policy. 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about this role, please get in touch with the recruitment team at recruitment@julianhouse.org.uk. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Please note: We reserve the right to close our vacancies once the perfect candidate has been found. We recommend submitting your application as soon as possible so that you don’t miss out!

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Next steps

Thank you for sharing your interest in joining the Julian House team! Here’s what you can expect next:

1. Initial Review: Once your application lands with us, our friendly recruitment team will take a look. If your application resonates with what we’re looking for, we’ll reach out for a casual chat to dive deeper into the role and get to know you a bit better.

2. Meet the Team: Your details will then be shared with our hiring managers. If they feel there’s a potential fit, they’ll invite you for a more detailed discussion. This could be face-to-face, or via Teams, and typically involves the hiring manager along with a colleague or one of our recruitment specialists.

3. Special Touch: We’re passionate about involving our clients in shaping Julian House’s future. So, don’t be surprised if one of our clients joins the interview panel. It’s part of our commitment to inclusivity and community.

3. Welcome Aboard: If everything aligns and you’re the right fit for the role, our HR team will guide you through the onboarding process, setting you up for success in your new journey with Julian House.

We’re looking forward to potentially working together!