Nottingham Community Housing Association Ltd

  • Worksop
Help us provide “More homes, great services, better lives”



We are looking to recruit a Support Worker to work within our Housing Related Floating Support Services across Bassetlaw and NE Derbyshire.



Bassetlaw Connect is a friendly and problem-solving provision with a focus on helping people self-manage their independence. We offer information, advice, signposting and practical support. We deliver this with face to face visits and drop in centres.



We also cover Housing Related Support in Derbyshire, where you will support people with various disabilities to maximise their income by identifying the correct benefits, help with social isolation by identifying support groups, writing person centred support plans and working to identified outcomes.



You will be expected to carry out personal care depending on the needs of the service. All training will be provided.



Want to know why you should work with NCHA?

*10 Reasons to work for NCHA:


Competitive salary
Free Health cashback plan; claim up to £100 for dental treatment, optician fees and other benefits
28.5 days statutory annual+ bank holidays
On-going training and development opportunities
Reward and recognition for staff who go the extra mile
Staff social activities sponsored by the organisation
Free Enhanced DBS where applicable
Benefits scheme offering discounts and cashback at high street shops and major supermarkets, gyms etc. via NCHA Life Style Hub
£250 for referring external candidates for a Care Assistant or Support Worker role
Free confidential access to 24hr assistance program for counselling, advice and support


All successful candidates will be required to take a numerical and literacy test prior to the interview.



All correspondence will be via your registered email address.



Interviews will be held on an on-going basis.



As a Disability Confident and Equal Opportunities Employer, NCHA welcomes applications from all suitably qualified candidates including those from black and minority ethnic (BME) groups and disabled candidates.





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