New Job Vacancy

GMWRAG towers has been alerted of a brand new job opportunity for a Welfare Rights Worker with the Bond Board. This has nothing to do with that Daniel Craig blokey.

The Bond Board is a local charity helping homeless people or those threatened with losing their home to secure and maintain affordable accommodation in the private rented sector in Bolton and Rochdale.

Their work continues beyond housing people. They offer a number of solutions to empower them to successfully maintain their new homes, increase independence and future prospects and avoid a repeat cycle of homelessness.

They have attracted new funding to deliver additional services to work with people who have experienced homelessness and are now living in the private rented sector in Rochdale.

We are seeking individuals who have determination and are passionate about improving the lives of people affected by homelessness. In return we can offer you: 27 days annual leave which increases over time (pro-rata for part time staff), plus paid bank holidays, family friendly policies and flexible working hours. We pride ourselves in being an innovative organisation, where every team member is valued and has the ability to influence the development of our services.

“I enjoy being trusted to manage my own workload, being involved in developing the service and the support and opportunities there are to develop my career,” Bond Board Employee, 2016.

An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a:

Welfare Rights Worker, 37hrs, £24,472 per annum

  • The successful candidate will set up and solely deliver a comprehensive Welfare Rights Service for socially excluded homeless and Private Rented Sector tenants.

Application forms and full details are available to download via the button below.

Closing date for completed application forms is Wednesday 3rd August 2016 at 4pmso get out of the sunshine and fill in the form. Hang on, where’s the sunshine?

The Bond Board is an Equal Opportunities employer and welcomes applications from the whole community.

Further and better particulars are available here.