Hours:  18½ hours per week  

Salary :£10,136 (plus weekend working enhancement) 


Do you want to work with people who have been homeless and have complex needs? 

in a team that’s committed to working with men or women in a person centred and restorative way? If so why not apply to Beacon Leeds for the exciting opportunity to join the staff team. 

Beacon Leeds provides intensive support housing in three communal environments and a variety of single and shared community accommodation throughout the city. We work with and support clients to maximise their potential by helping them enhance and develop skills that will ultimately help them maintain their own independent tenancies and undertake meaningful occupation such as employment, education, training or volunteering. The role can be challenging at times. However. the reward of supporting people to achieve their goals outweighs this time after time. The successful candidate will have relevant experience, be an effective communicator with a passion and resilience for working with challenging behaviours. What's essential is that you love what you do. We want you to enjoy coming to work every day and to care about your job, your colleagues and our service users 

You should also have the ability to work a rota that includes working shifts between the hours of 7.30am and 20.00pm on week days, week-ends and bank holidays. (Enhancements are paid for working weekends and bank holidays). You will be able to demonstrate a positive, flexible attitude towards work; be selfmotivated and confident and have the ability to build positive relationships quickly. In addition you will have an understanding of and commitment to safeguarding service users and helping them develop strategies to keep themselves safe from risk and harm. 

Part-time hours: 18.5 per week 

Application deadline: 13th September 2021  

Job Types: Part-time, Permanent 

Salary: £10,136.00 per year (plus weekend working enhancement) 


Posted in Jobs on Sep 02, 2021.

Our Vision

The Community Matters vision is to provide a sustainable and effective "hub" of learning, support, advice and guidance, enabling local communities and organisations to grow and achieve through the provision of a high quality service.

We do this in a number of ways through our various projects which at the moment concentrate on working with children, young people and families. But not exclusively. We are able to provide training, learning opportunities and business related advice, guidance and information to individuals and organisations.