At St Mungo’s we open doors for homeless and vulnerable
people across London and the south of England. As well as emergency shelters,
hostels and safe housing, we provide a wide range of recovery and support
services that help people get off the streets and change their lives for
good. It’s vital work, but we can only achieve our ambitious aims through the
compassion, commitment and talent of our staff. So if you’d like a rewarding
new role – and the chance to build a great future in this diverse and
supportive environment – we’d love to hear from you.
We are looking for 2 committed project workers, who
have a good understanding of the needs, attitudes and behaviours of Muslim
ex-offenders. You should have the ability to keywork these clients to fulfill
their ambitions, working closely with both statutory and informal agencies
and linking with the local and broader Muslim community to enable clients to
move towards more independent living and into work and education.
The Date Palm project is an innovative new service
managed by partners, The National Zakat Foundation and St Mungo’s. The project
will be housing and supporting 8 Muslim male ex-offenders in a supported
housing setting in the London Borough of Brent.
In return, you can look forward to terrific benefits
including a pension scheme, season ticket loan and a whole range of
initiatives to help you maintain a healthy work/life balance. On top of that,
we’ll give you all the support you need to develop your skills and career.
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