We work with individuals with complex lives facing challenges such as homelessness, rough sleeping, addiction and trauma to make positive changes. Our approach is to provide intensive 1:1 practical support to bring out their aspirations, strengths and abilities. The Meaning Occupation Co-ordinators will work closely with a small group of individuals in an accommodation setting who are seeking to return to learning or work after moving out of homelessness.
These new exciting roles focus on the following areas:
You’ll be provided with a full induction and personal development plan, including core training such as safeguarding, First Aid and Health & Safety, with an opportunity to attend other specialist training such as motivational interviewing and solution focused techniques, mental health awareness. We also employ people who do not have experience of working in our sector
And because the sky’s the limit, you’ll have the opportunity to undertake formal NVQ-level qualifications and above.
The ideal person will value:
You may also have a wider variety of work and voluntary experience, including:
DBS checks are required for roles where you will be working with, or have lone contact with Vulnerable Adults and Children.
BCHA is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, and expects all employees and volunteers to share this commitment.