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Bank Worker – Residential Detox Unit>>

Looking for some extra work? At least 8 hours per week? Enjoy making a difference with people who need vital support?

We are looking for a Bank Support Worker at our residential detox programme in Oxford.

Salary: £9.77 per hour for waking hours, £8.95 per hour for sleeping hours

Location: Oxford, central location

Contract: ongoing

Working Hours: Flexible hours, minimum of one shift a week *

Working with: Manager; Deputy Manager; Staff; Volunteers; Service Users

Benefits: 27+ days annual leave + bank holidays pro rata /  Employee Assistance/Staff Discount scheme (Staff Treats).

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Night Staff & Bank Workers – Homelessness Support – Bedford & Milton Keynes>>

We currently have URGENT vacancies for night shift and bank workers available across multiple locations in Bedford and Milton Keynes.

As a support worker at SMART, you will work across the rough sleeper pathway in Bedford and/or Milton Keynes. You will assist caseworkers with the implementation of support plans and provide support to service users in the absence of caseworkers. You will be required to help to maintain the safety and security of the building and complete basic office duties. Assisting visitors, responding to queries from service users and external agencies are key to this role, so it is crucial that you have good communication skills. You will be required to maintain high professional standards at all times.

Salary & terms: Casual contract at £10.68 per hour. Day, night, evening and weekend shifts available.

Location: Bank Work is available across multiple locations in Bedford and Milton Keynes.

Key Internal Relations: Service Manager, colleagues, volunteers and service users relations.

Key External Relations: Council, Substance misuse Services, Mental Health Servies, ELFT and other key Partners.

Benefits: Access to Charity Worker Discount scheme, Employee Assistance Programme, 27 days annual leave + bank holidays (pro rata).

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Homelessness Case Worker – Bedford Rough Sleeper Initiative>>

As a caseworker for SMART, you will have the ability to make a significant difference to those who are rough sleeping or are at risk of rough sleeping. Using goal focussed tools and techniques, you will provide support and guidance to individuals through regular structured support sessions.

Salary: £24,179 per annum.

Location: Bedford.

Term: Fixed-term contract until 31st March 2022, potential for extension (dependant on funding).

Working Hours: 37 hours per week, to include some weekends, early mornings and/or late nights.

Key Internal Relations: Service Manager, Area Manager, Colleagues, Volunteers and Service Users.

Key External Relations: Kings Arms Project, Path2Recovery, ELFT, CLI, Bedford Borough Council and other key partners.

Benefits: 27+ days annual leave (pro rata) + bank holiday / 6% employer pension contribution (after 3 months) / Employee Assistance Programme /  Staff Discount scheme.

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Homelessness Support Worker>>

As a support worker at SMART, you will be instrumental in the day to day running of our services, working flexibly within a shift pattern that will include some unsociable hours.

Salary £20,557 per annum (pro rata).

Terms: Fixed term until March 2022 with the possibility of an extension pending additional funding. Full-time and part-time roles are available. Will include evenings and weekends.

Location: Bedford or Milton Keynes

Key Internal Relations: Service Manager, colleagues, volunteers and service users relations

Key External Relations: Council, Substance Misuse Services, Mental Health Services, ELFT, and other key partners.

Benefits: 27+ days annual leave + bank holidays / 6% employer pension contribution (after 3 months)  / Employee Assistance Programme /  Staff Discount scheme.

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Substance Misuse Nurse – Residential Detoxification Service in Oxford>>

Do you have previous experience of working in substance misuse? Are you passionate about people receiving quality care that respects them, their dignity and choices? Do you believe in people’s ability to recover? This may be the post for you!

The role: Substance Misuse Nurse (Qualified Independent Prescriber preferred).

This position requires a high level of independent working and competency and provides a varied and interesting development opportunities for the right applicant. This is a rolling recruitment process and will remain open until the right candidate is found.

At SMART Howard House, Oxford, you would part of a successful, committed and caring team. The service is commissioned by Oxfordshire County Council Public Health Team and rated “Good” by the CQC.

Hours: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary or Permanent.

Salary: c.£35K – £42K + Recruitment Bonus (pro rata).

Location: Residential Detoxification Unit in Oxford.

Benefits: 27+ days annual leave + bank holidays (pro rata) / 6% employer pension contribution / On-site parking / Employee Assistance/Staff Discount scheme (Staff Treats).

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SMART Trustee>>

We are currently looking for enthusiastic volunteers to bring their experience and knowledge to our board of trustees.  The board is our governing body, providing strategy and direction and ensuring we’re run according to the rules.​

Hours: Attendance at four board meetings a year. There is an expectation that trustees will wish to become actively involved in the charity which requires attendance at fundraising and other key events. ​

Salary: This is a voluntary role. In line with the Charity Commission regulations, no payment will be made for Trustee positions.​

Location: Travel to Bedford and Milton Keynes for meetings. Travel to Bedford, Milton Keynes and Oxford for key events.

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Voluntary roles

We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help in our busy services and also our Head Office. Volunteering opportunities are diverse with positions currently available in Bedford and Oxford. Take a look at how you might be able to help people to help themselves.

See a full list of voluntary roles »

Should you have any difficulty accessing any of the vacancies or downloading documents, please contact SMART Support Services supportservices@smartcjs.org.uk.


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