Latest Job Vacancies

The Good Shepherd is currently recruiting for two vacancies to add to the team.  All the details are below.

At the Good Shepherd we value lived experience. If you would like a copy of our policy on recruiting ex-offenders or want to discuss anything before applying then please email [email protected]

Application for both posts is via the Job Application form on our website (downloadable from here) and the closing date is 5pm on Tuesday, February 6th. Completed application forms can be emailed to [email protected] or sent by post to 65 Waterloo Road, Wolverhampton. WV1 4QU.

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Key Worker – Groupwork and Meaningful Activity Lead (Full Time/Fixed Term)

We’re recruiting a Key Worker to develop and deliver our groupwork programme including structured groupwork sessions, meaningful activity, practical groups like budgeting and cooking, and peer support groups. The programme aims to support people to build positive peer networks, improve their wellbeing, and develop skills to help them achieve their full potential.

The Keyworker will be supported to deliver sessions by Peer Navigators from our Lived Experience into Action Project (LEAP) team and will work with other Keyworkers across the services to deliver some of the interventions.

We host a wide range of services at our main centre on Waterloo Road and you will work with other organisations to coordinate them to deliver sessions for our service users here at the Good Shepherd.

This is a full-time (35 hours per week) fixed term position until March 2025 with possible extension.

The salary range is from £22,000 to £27,872 per annum, depending on experience.

Click here to view the detailed job description and person specification.

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Key Worker – Housing Advice (Part Time/Fixed Term)

We are recruiting a Key Worker to join our team at the Good Shepherd to provide early interventions to prevent homelessness, deliver high quality housing advice and support to find a new home, and group work to build positive peer networks and help people thrive.

The Key Worker will be supported by Peer Navigators from our Lived Experience into Action Project (LEAP) which provides training and a structured volunteer placement for people with lived experience.

The successful candidate will have experience supporting people who are disadvantaged in homelessness services or similar environments. External housing advice training will be provided as part of this role.

This is a part-time (21 hours per week) position on a two-year fixed term contract.

The salary range is from £22,000 to £27,872 (pro rata) per annum, negotiable depending on experience.

Click here to view the detailed job description and person specification.

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