Closing Date
1st August 2024

Contract Type
Part Time


£23,660 - £25,328 per annum pro-rata

East Dunbarstonshire

Support Worker

About the role

We are recruiting for a Support Worker to join our Housing Support-East Dunbartonshire programme.

The role of support worker is to support tenants in an outreach capacity in their transition from temporary to permanent accommodation throughout East Dunbartonshire, as well as providing tenancy management support to people within their own flats at 95 Panmure Street, Glasgow.

This is a part time role working 17.5 hours per week. The role will mainly be working in the community in East Dunbartonshire and you will manage your own diary to reflect the needs of the people you are supporting. It is expected that you will be based in the office at Panmure Street for part of 1 day per week. You can also work remotely from your home address where appropriate, working arrangements are in agreement with your line manager based on the needs of the service.

We’re looking for you to have gained relevant experience from supporting vulnerable people as well as having knowledge of current relevant legislation and policies relating to housing and homelessness and housing and other relevant benefits. Evidence of continuous professional development is desirable.

If you don’t meet the essential criteria as set out in the job & person specification however you feel that you have transferable skills that allow you to fulfil the duties required, please outline this in your cover letter and send your application.

A full UK driving license and access to a car for work purposes is essential.

Full details can be found in the job & person specification which you can download below.

Interested in applying? 

Send us your cv and cover letter, telling us why you would like to work with us and how you will fulfil the skills and competencies required to carry out the role.

Send your application to

Please note that we are unable to offer sponsorship for this role. 

Thanks and good luck!

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