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  • An outreach worker accompanying a client to enter a service

    Outreach Worker

    Based: Bradford        

    Salary: NJC scale £19,554 - £21,166 dependant on experience   

    Hours: 37 hours per week. Some evening / early morning outreach    

    Contract: 12-month fixed term contract 

    Leave: 25 days increasing one day per year till 28 days plus bank holidays   

    Are you passionate about helping those individuals who are at an extremely vulnerable stage in their lives?  Do you have the drive to deliver that support in West Yorkshire?   Do you have the passion and experience to provide that support to individuals who desperately need our help? 

    Simon on the streets have an exciting opportunity to deliver support to the homeless and vulnerable in Leeds Bradford and Kirklees.

    The role is for an outreach worker to deliver emotional and practical support to people who are homeless or in unsafe accommodation. You will deliver trauma informed support on a one to one basis through daily outreach on the street or in temporary accommodation. You will befriend, signpost and advocate for our clients whilst increasing their confidence and addressing any unmet needs. You will need to be physically fit as you walk around the areas on outreach during the day but also on some evening and early morning sessions.

    Some experience of working with clients who have or are facing homelessness would be an advantage, but we are concentrating more on the right person joining the team who is positive, confident, understanding and shows empathy in some of the most difficult situations.

    Tell us why this role sounds right for you by sending your completed application form to 

     Closing Date: Friday 13th August 2021

    Interview Date: Friday 20th August 2021

    Please download the job pack and application form below or email for a job pack.

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Join us and support people like Bradley

Bradley has been sleeping on the streets on and off for years. When we first met Bradley, he was restricted from emergency accommodation, as well as several other services, due to his behaviour which was deemed high risk. No-one was working with him.  

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"We began meeting Bradley regularly and offering emotional support, someone he could talk to and wouldn’t judge him."