Relief Support Worker- Caritas Bakhita House

Every year, thousands of men, women and children are trafficked to the United Kingdom.

 

Part of the Catholic Church’s response to this global issue was to open Caritas Bakhita House. The aim of the residence, which is owned and based in the Diocese of Westminster, is to offer befriending, guidance, support and resettlement to trafficked women.

 

We are recruiting Locum Support Workers to provide cover for annual and sick leave.

 

They will work jointly with colleagues supporting guests with health, housing, immigration, educational and other needs.

 

All applicants should have experience working with victims of human trafficking/modern slavery or individuals with high support needs. They should be able to sensitively support all guests displaying challenging behaviour, as a result of experiencing trauma.

 

Excellent communication, organisation and teamwork skills, together with a commitment to the ethos and teachings of the Catholic Church, would also be crucial.

 

Due to the nature of this work, applicants are required to have a flexible approach in terms of working hours and may need to work additional hours as required.

 

All posts are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check.

 

Hours of work:       8 hour shifts between the hours of 8am and 10pm

Salary:                       £10.87 per hour

Closing Date:            TBC

Interview Date:       TBC

Job Reference No:   165-427

 

For the full job description please click the link below

Relief Support Worker Job Description

 

To be considered for the role, please complete an online application available at https://jobs.rcdow.org.uk  CVs will NOT be considered, therefore, please do not send them.

Please note that you  will need to be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this position. You must provide proof of Right to Work in the UK.

Please note that Caritas Bakhita House is a female only shelter. The post is therefore only available to female applicants as permitted under the Equality Act 2010.