24 September 2023
02 October 2023
37.5 hours per week
£27,376 - £29,463 per year
Oxfordshire Mind – housing worker
Oxfordshire Mind’s supported housing service offers accommodation to people with mental health problems aged 18-65 who struggle to live independently.
Many people move into our service after an inpatient stay, having been street homeless, or having been at risk of homelessness.
This role is an excellent opportunity to help reduce homelessness and to support people experiencing mental health issues. You'll help people to secure stable, long-term independent accommodation in the community.
We help people to develop the skills to move onto more independent accommodation within 2 years. Our team are supportive of our residents and each other. We welcome each others’ different strengths and approaches. And we work together to give the best support we can.
What you'll do
Assess mental health needs and risk
Create strategies for managing risks
Create support planning together with residents
Carry out property management tasks, like health and safety checks, fire safety checks and arranging repairs
Keep records and run admin tasks
Encourage community interaction to improve physical and mental wellbeing
Create plans for residents to move on to long-term accommodation
We're looking for someone with experience of working with people with mental health problems. You'll have worked in a housing or residential setting. And you'll need good admin and IT skills.
How to apply
For more information about the role, and the benefits of working for us, click apply now at the top of this page. This will take you through to the Oxfordshire Mind website.