We’re recruiting – Male Case Worker sought
We have an opening for a full time Male Case Worker and are excited to see who will be joining our small but passionate team.
As Male Case Worker you’d be responsible for providing support for up to 25 asylum seeking men being accommodated by Boaz Trust. To do well in this role you’ll need good interpersonal skills (amongst other things) and to be sympathetic to people of different backgrounds, physical and psychological needs. Many of our clients have experienced very difficult and stressful situations. This rewarding, and sometimes challenging role, is funded by the Big Lottery and as Male Case Worker you’d be delivering a specific and important project to improve the lives of asylum seeking men.
We encourage you to learn more about the role by reading the Role Description, Person Specification and Role Information sheet. If you think you are the right person for the job please apply by completing our Application Form and Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form (all documents can be found below).
We welcome applications from people who have previously worked in this sector, as well as from people who are looking to move into a new area of work and have transferable skills and experience.
The closing date is 5pm 25th February 2015. Application and monitoring forms can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or posted to Ros Holland, Boaz Trust, First Floor, 110 Oldham Road, Manchester M4 6AG.
Please note that previous applicants for this specific role (within the last 12 months) need not apply.
If you wish to speak to someone about this role please contact Ros Holland, Chief Executive, on 0161 202 1056.
Thanks for your interest. If this role is not for you but you think you know someone who may be interested please do share this with them.