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Project Worker

About The Role
Exciting opportunity for a Project Worker based in our Abbott Lodge service in Salford, Greater Manchester, working with people who are homeless or who have recently experienced homelessness.
Working in an environment that is dedicated to providing comprehensive, good quality housing services, support and resettlement, you will work with people who are or have recently experienced homelessness and who are in need of support and accommodation.

Assessing needs, building trust, enabling and unlocking our clients potential to live independently, you will need to get to know your clients, enhance their social integration and abilities by encouraging them to participate in social and leisure programmes, help residents with their support needs and with the practicalities of everyday living.

About The Candidate
You will instinctively work in a manner that aligns fully with saha’s delivery Values, demonstrating understanding and patience, pride in your daily contribution to transforming lives and be able to build strong working relationships.

Naturally you will have good knowledge or experience of working with homeless people, and / or supporting vulnerable people or groups, have a good idea of the wider support and funding facilities available and be comfortable dealing with difficult or complex situations.

You will need to be able to participate in our 24 hour shift rota system.

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.
At saha, our workforce is one of our greatest assets and recruiting the right people to our roles means we can deliver the highest quality, most effective services to our residents. As an equal opportunities’ employer, saha is committed to the equal treatment of all current and prospective employees and does not condone discrimination on the basis of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, gender identity, or marriage and civil partnership.

We invite and welcome applications to apply for saha opportunities without concern of bias or discrimination.