Centre Worker – Casual Staff

Role

 Centre Worker – Casual Staff

Location

 SMART Prebend Centre (Bedford)

Working  hours

 Ad hoc hours as required

Salary range

 £7.85 an hour

Key Duties

Main purpose of the job:

  • Man the reception area and be the welcoming face of the Centre
  • Carry out centre operations
  • Carrying out screening assessments, identifying priorities, where necessary
  • Responding to need as it arises and managing client crisis as it presents
  • Support in the kitchen as required

Working for SMART

SMART CJS is a well-established charitable business working to directly engage with people with complex needs. SMART CJS provides a range of services that focus on supporting individuals to make positive changes to their lives and thereby reduce negative and the destructive behaviours, that impact upon the individual and their wider communities.

SMART CJS strives to develop individuals within the organisation in an environment that is conducive to progress by harnessing a team culture that is respectful, professional and open. We recognise that success is achieved through shared ownership of our main objectives.

How to apply

The application form can be downloaded here

Please email your completed application form to supportservices@smartcjs.org.uk

Please contact Lisa Harrison area manager on 07399 416147 if you would like more information about the role

To meet the demands of this role the post you will need to be able to demonstrate empathy whilst keeping professional boundaries. SMART services work with individuals who may be vulnerable, as such all staff will have to complete an enhanced DBS check. SMART CJS is committed to the principles of promoting dignity in the work place for all this includes encouraging diversity and equality of opportunity for all. SMART continues to work hard to ensure that its workforce is representative of the communities it serves. SMART welcomes applications to the above posts from minority ethnic groups and those who have personally experienced issues of homelessness and/ or related complex needs.

 

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