Goleudy is a charity that prevents homelessness by providing housing, creating opportunities, and tackling poverty and social exclusion. Our job is to improve the lives of people who are threatened with, or experience homelessness, a housing crisis, or mental health (MH) issues and trauma.
We have been operating for 47 years and cover 4 local authority areas.
Our approach to supporting staff is compassionate and flexible, and we take pride in the friendly, strong team ethos in all of our projects
Do you understand the Housing sector? Do you enjoy working with people in a strength-
based, person-centred way? We are looking for a talented, passionate individual with the
relevant skills to support the work alongside the support workers in our 24-hour supported
temporary accommodation to assist people we support with move-on.
26 days annual leave with incremental rises taking you to 33 days by year 4, in addition to UK bank holidays.
Non-contributory Healthcare Cash Plan.
Contributory Pension Scheme.
Group Life Assurance Policy.
Paid mileage when driving for work purposes.
Learning and Development Opportunities.
Colleague Referral Scheme.
Provide high-quality and effective housing-related support that focuses on strengths and goals to move forward, reduce harm, and achieve tenancy sustainment.
Manage a client caseload; offer practical advice and advocacy regarding tenancies and move-on
Record, monitor and review client progress against planned outcomes regarding move-on
Negotiate with stakeholders’ access to essential services and tenancy options.
Liaise with relevant services with regards to accessing accommodation related to move-on
Contribute to an effective team approach in meeting service requirements and competing demands.
Practice homeless prevention, tenancy sustainment, psychologically informed
approaches, Solution Focus Practice, harm reduction, and co-production (client choice, voice, and control).
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Demonstrable understanding of support planning and assessments
Demonstrable housing-related support experience and skills
Excellent planning, prioritising, and organisational skills and ability to take personal
responsibility to deliver agreed outcomes
A quality-driven approach to tasks, with attention to detail/accuracy/high-performance
Demonstrable IT skills