Sessional Wellbeing Worker
Sessional pool workers (£12.45 per hour)
Closing Date31 March 2022
We are looking to increase our bank of sessional staff and are seeking sessional wellbeing workers to provide annual leave, training and sickness cover within the following 3 services:
Wellbeing: Housing First for Young People - This service currently supports 53 young people aged 16 - 25 in a residential and outreach setting. The service supports young people who have experienced homelessness or are leaving care.
Wellbeing: for good mental health - The service provides a person centred housing support service to service users who are experiencing mental health related issues.
Wellbeing: for people age 60+ - This service provides support to older people looking to maintain their tenancy and their links with the local community. You will provide support within our seven sheltered housing complexes.
There are a diverse range of shifts available, including night shift.
The role of sessional workers is to provide cover for holiday and sickness absence of permanent staff, therefore the Association cannot guarantee, or is under any obligation, to offer set / regular hours or a set / regular work pattern. You are also under no obligation to accept shift offered.
This is an open ad with no set closing date. We will aim to interview applicants every quarter and will keep candidates up to date with the progress of their application.
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
We are an equal opportunities employer and positively encourage applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, age, or religion or belief. While we have no policy of treating more favourably candidates sharing any particular protected characteristic, we are particularly interested to hear from suitably qualified applicants with a black or minority ethnic background as this group is under-represented in our staff team.
The Association operates a Job Interview Guarantee Scheme, which means that if you have a disability, and meet the minimum criteria outlined within the Job Description, you will be guaranteed an interview.
To support our LGBTI colleagues and to create an inclusive environment we have signed up to be a Stonewall Diversity Champion. Working with Stonewall Scotland, we ensure that all our policies, procedures and staff benefits align with best practice for sexual orientation, gender identity, equality, diversity and inclusion.
How to apply
If you are interested in applying for this opportunity, complete an application and return it to Recruitment@QCHA.org.uk