Job Vacancy

Opportunity and Change Personal Navigator – Multiple complex needs

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Building better opportunities for people in Nottinghamshire?

YMCA Greater Nottingham is growing, and supporting more people than ever to live healthy, independent lives. We’re looking for someone who can support people with multiple complex needs to access the services to which they are entitled. You will measure your success in this role by your ability to support people from a position of need and reliance to a healthy and independent future.

The project is part of a national programme called Building Better Opportunities and the post is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund (ESF). The post holder will be working on the Opportunity and Change (OAC) project supporting people facing severe and multiple disadvantages to become socially and economically included, through access to education, training and employment.

Your day to day will be characterised by the development of bespoke action plans – defined by the individual needs of the people you are working with. You will work with a number of other agencies, and with staff involved in supporting your clients to coordinate their activities so that they achieve the very best outcomes.

You will keep an eye on the bigger picture too. You will support your colleagues to manage people with multiple complex needs as part of the YMCAs commitment to continuous improvement of our services and personal development. One of your key responsibilities will be the monitoring and evaluation of the personal navigation service with a focus on the quality and impact of the support on offer.

We are supporting more people than ever before and your ability to support a high performing culture in your team will make a real difference to the lives of vulnerable people, and society as a whole. You’ll take great pride in your empathy and person-centred approach.

As your contribution to our YMCA evolves, we’ll support you with training and opportunities for progression where appropriate. We provide a significant programme of workplace benefits including YMCA gym membership and access to support for childcare, transport or health cash plans.

If you are as passionate as we are about quality supported housing provision and want to make a difference to the lives of the people who live with us, then please apply.

This post is subject to a satisfactory enhanced DBS check (which we will pay for) and registration with the DBS Update Service.

Interview Date:  To be held as soon as possible after the closing date.

How to apply

Please submit your CV in the first instance to recruitment@nottsymca.org with our application form to be completed inline with our safer recruitment process

YMCA Robin Hood Group is committed to promoting diversity and practicing equality of opportunity.

YMCA Robin Hood Group is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. Charity No: 243044

Job Details

Opportunity and Change Personal Navigator – Multiple complex needs

Location: Based at Shakespeare Street Supported Housing with travel within the city and county
Department: Housing
Responsible to: Support Team Manager
Hours: 37.5 hours per week including evenings and weekends 
Salary: £22,287 per annum plus benefits
Closing date: 16-04-22