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Support Workers - Loft House

Support Workers - Loft House

Do you want to work for an award winning charity? One that values its colleagues and the young people we serve?

Do you want to have an impact and make a real difference to young people who need a fresh start? BACKUP North West delivers support and housing services for homeless and vulnerable young people in Bolton.

To join us, you will have to demonstrate a commitment to the ethos and values of the charity but show a passion and track record of making a profit. Excellent people skills are a must. We are an Investors in People GOLD employer.

For more information and an application pack, please see below; or email businesssupport@backup-charity.org.uk OR telephone 01204 520183.

No CV’s please.

 

Details

Salary starting at £23,225-£26,534

Annual increments, subject to successful appraisals.

Full time. Average waking hours: 32 per week plus a maximum of 92 sleeps per calendar year.

Closing Date:

Thursday 18th August 2022

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What We Do!

BACKUP provide multiple services across Bolton to young people aged 16-25 years who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness. Read here about all the supported accommodation which includes emergency housing, temporary accommodation, short and medium stay supported housing. Also the non accommodation based support work that focusses on mental health, employment support and much more.

Young people can live in more than one Backup service as they make progress and develop more independence prior to moving on completely. The different services are designed to meet various levels and ranges of needs.

Impact

This year
we accomodated

194
young people

Our Events

Every year Backup delivers multiple events for fundraising. Each one is designed to raise awareness and much needed money to support young people who are homeless. Annually we have our core events; Gala Ball, Golf Day and Ladies Lunch. We also have other events that are different each year so that we can have a wider appeal to all.

Fundraising

Back Up North West's cartoon character called Charlie