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Relief Support Worker

About The Role
We are looking for relief support workers who can cover a variety of shifts including days, evenings, weekends and/ or waking night shifts at Middlesbrough, on an as and when required basis.
At saha, we are dedicated to providing comprehensive, high quality housing services, support and resettlement for people who are homelessness and who are in need of support and accommodation.

As a Relief Support Worker you will need to:

  • Get to know and build the trust of our clients
  • motivate young people to recognise and unlock their talents
  • Encourage participation in social and leisure programmes
  • Support residents with the practicalities of everyday living
  • Provide administration support and ensure the health and safety of the building and residents.


About The Candidate
A Relief Support Worker will instinctively share saha’s delivery values and behaviours, loving your work, helping people to thrive and always finding a way to be effective.
You will need to :
  • Be a confident and capable communicator, not fazed by difficult situations
  • Be able to build trusting, professional relationships and have a high level of resilience.
  • Take an asset-based approach to empowering people to develop their skills, strengths and talents.
  • Have good knowledge or experience of working with homeless people, and / or supporting vulnerable people or groups,
  • Understand or learn about community resources and organisations that can help our clients


About The Company
At saha, we transform lives by providing accommodation and support for some of the most vulnerable members of our society, mainly people experiencing homelessness.
We are a Registered Social Landlord and across the UK we are one of the leading providers of supported housing, providing a wide range of supported accommodation options for vulnerable people including, young homeless people, care leavers, adult homeless, people with complex needs, young parents (and their children), survivors of domestic abuse, ex-offenders and those suffering from drug and alcohol problems and poor mental health.
Our teams work with people to build on their strengths, creating person centred, individualised strategies and plans that transform lives, support recovery, and enable positive behaviour.