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Promoting independence and recovery

Challenging social exclusion by encouraging community involvement

Facilitating social inclusion with creative and accessible solutions




A structured and comprehensive induction

A supportive environment (regular supervision sessions with your line manager & an open door policy)

Opportunities for personal development

Company pension scheme

Training opportunities (Face to face training and a wide range of e-learning courses)

Employee assistance programme (24 hour services for employees and their family)

A generous annual leave entitlement (25 days + bank holidays, pro rata)


Long service award

Workplace wellbeing charter

Employee referral scheme (Earn £50 for referring somebody to the organisation)


Support Worker

Vacancy:  Support Worker
Colebrook Service: Support Services
Service Opening Hours: 7:00am – 10:00pm
Weekend Working: On average, 4 weekend days ( a Saturday or Sunday) in a 3-month period
Full or Part Time: Both
Salary: £20,048.08 – £21,972.08 Per Annum, Pro Rata (Experience Dependent)
DBS Required: Enhanced
Driving Licence & Vehicle: Required

We are looking for compassionate individuals to join our charity to provide support to vulnerable adults within our community. Whilst previous experience is beneficial, it is not essential! We value your life experience and ethos – so why not consider us as your next career choice

We have three different roles available with hourly rates ranging from £10.42 per hour to £11.42 depending on your knowledge and experience. These roles are based in either our supported accommodation team or our outreach support team. This is a great opportunity to join our dynamic and rapidly growing team.

 Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • Deliver a range of support, including financial, daily living skills, meaningful activity, health, housing, & social skills as per agreed support plans
  • Adopt a person centred, reablement approach at all times, ensuring client choice and improve client’s quality of life
  • Report on client and service progress, adapting practise as required
  • Maximise use of local resources including community networks, assistive technology, signposting, aiming to reduce reliance on paid support
  • Complete client, personal and service paperwork/records
  • Work in a safe way for yourself and others, following health, safety and safeguarding legislation, policy and procedures

In addition, we offer:

  • Paid travel time (0.45p per mile)
  • Smart phone & data
  • Lone worker system
  • Less weekend working than similar organisations
  • Minimum of 2 hour support visits


To view the full job description, please click HERE

To apply for this vacancy, you must complete an organisational application form – please click HERE 

Peer Support Worker

Vacancy:  Peer Support Worker
Colebrook Service: Head Space
Service Opening Hours: 5:00pm – 1:00am
Weekend Working: Some weekend working required as per rota
Full or Part Time: Both
Salary: £21,164 Per Annum, Pro Rata
DBS Required: Enhanced
Driving Licence & Vehicle: Not Required

Head Space is an out-of-hours service for people who consider that they are approaching a mental health crisis. The service aims to provide a non-clinical setting with a safe, calm and structured environment, where individuals can go to access peer support. The Peer Support Worker of this service will support the coordinator to ensure successful delivery of the service and will work directly with users of the service, offering individual or group support as required.
The role of Peer Support Workers will inspire hope and belief that recovery is possible in others. The role will provide formal peer support to Head Space service users to support them to deal with their Mental Health crisis and promote recovery.

 Main tasks and responsibilities:

  • To establish supportive and respectful relationships with people using Head Space.
  • To listen to service users and support them to manage their crisis and focus on their recovery.
  • To provide peer support whilst maintaining professional boundaries.
  • To share ideas about ways of achieving Recovery goals, drawing on personal experiences and a range of coping, self-help and self-management techniques.
  • To model personal responsibility, self-awareness, self-belief, self-advocacy and hopefulness.
  • To ensure the service offers a safe, relaxed but structured environment for people to receive 1:1 and group support in times of crisis
  • To offer triage, face to face support as a one to one as part of the Head Space team.
  • To offer telephone service support during shift times.
  • To ensure that people using the service are supported to develop self-management strategies and to make the best use of the local resources around them,
    signposting or making referrals as required, while promoting choice and informed decision making.
  • To encourage Head Space clients to make their own decisions relating to services.
  • To support people within limits of your competences and authority and to seek advice and guidance when required.


To view the full job description, please click HERE

To apply for this vacancy, you must complete an organisational application form – please click HERE 

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