Vacancies Support Worker Trustee positions Support Worker Location: Office-based in High Wycombe but also involving work across Bucks. Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours a week. Salary: £20,500 - £22,300. Wycombe Homeless Connection is an award-winning and growing charity committed to helping people in our community who are experiencing housing crises. We serve those who are homeless or at risk of being homeless, as well as those who have recently moved into accommodation. In partnership with other agencies, we provide help and support services throughout the year to help people stay off the street and to re-build their lives. We also provide a volunteer-run shelter during the winter months hosted in seven church premises. As a Support Worker, you’ll be part of a team delivering effective and high quality services to adults who are homeless or under threat of homelessness. You will play a crucial role, working directly with clients to provide a person-centred approach to support and homelessness prevention. Main Responsibilities Contribute towards the provision of our support and advocacy work with clients. Contribute towards overseeing the night shelter during its winter operation. Take lead responsibility for an assigned aspect of the work. Reflect the teachings of the Lord Jesus Christ in the way duties are carried out#. Click to download full Job Purpose. #Occupational requirement: Due to the nature of the role there is an Occupational Requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010 for the post holder to be a Christian. See Job context for more details. Click here for more information on the context of working for Wycombe Homeless Connection. How to apply: If you would like to have an informal conversation with our Services Manager about the role, call Helen Biggerstaff on 01494 447699 or email [email protected]. Download, complete and return the application form to [email protected] Closing date: Monday 16th March. Help us advertise the Support Worker job: Here is a poster to print and pop on a notice board. Trustee: Opportunities for various specialities We are looking for enthusiastic, dedicated and skilled people to join our board of trustees to help us tackle homelessness in our community. You will also guide the development of the charity as it looks to provide services across a wider geographical area. We need people with a wide range of professional skills in particular IT, HR, legal expertise, statutory sector experience, fundraising and marketing. Applicants should have a strong belief in, and attraction to, our cause. Location: High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. Time commitment: Minimum of three hours a month plus any other commitments the role-holder chooses to take on. Term of office: Terms are for three years with option to extend. Because of the nature and context of the role, there is an occupational requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010* that the role-holder must be a Christian. The role Trustees take overall responsibility for the strategic direction of the charity and its ability to fulfil its mission to reduce homelessness, and the harms of homelessness. We are seeking trustees that have experience in the following areas: Legal expertise Human resources Information technology Fundraising and marketing Statutory sector experience If you have experience in any other area we would still like to hear from you. The role is not remunerated, but travel and reasonable expenses are covered. About the Organisation and Occupational Requirement Wycombe Homeless Connection serves people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless. In partnership with other agencies, we provide help and support services throughout the year to help people who are homeless as well as to help people avoid homelessness, stay housed and to re-build their lives. The Christian faith is integral to our organisation and is at the heart of our conduct and motivation. However, whilst we are always ready to give an explanation for the hope we have in Christ, we do not seek to promote religion nor impose our Christian faith or beliefs on others. Because of the nature and context of the role, there is an occupational requirement in line with the Equality Act 2010 that the role-holder must be a Christian. Application process: Download full role profile. Please note the role profile includes list of reasons a person may be disqualified by charity law from being a trustee and should be reviewed before application. Download Trustee application form. Download Skills audit. If you are interested and would like a conversation with our chair of trustees, please contact Dr Sheena Dykes at [email protected]. Please complete the Trustee application form, skills audit, include your CV and return all documents to [email protected]. Help us advertise the Trustee role: Here is a poster to print and pop on a notice board.