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Marylebone Project Recruitment

Marylebone Project working in partnership with Church Army and the Portman House Trust, a registered Social Landlord, is a unique and exciting project providing a wide range of specialised services for homeless women in Central London since 1891.


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Duty Worker (Female*)

Are you…
• Passionate about doing a job that makes a difference?
• Wanting to support others during a time of crisis?
• Committed to working with vulnerable people?
• Motivated by working creatively within a dynamic and energetic team?

We are looking for a fantastic Duty Worker to join our team at the Marylebone Project to  provide trauma-informed support for women in the next stage of their journey. The successful candidate will be someone who is passionate and experienced in shaping and delivering great support for vulnerable people, and able to work in a dynamic, positive and creative way to achieve the best outcomes for those they serve.  This is a perfect first-stage role for anyone wanting to work in a role that really makes a difference.

Salary: £25,836 per annum

Hours: 40 hours a week average over five weeks rolling rota, Monday to Sunday. Normal working pattern currently is a combination of mostly night shifts, with a week of evenings (4.30pm – 9.30pm) and weekend days, directed by the Project rota. Other times and shifts may be required as per the Project needs. This is predominantly a night-shift role.

Pension: The employee will be assessed under auto-enrollment pension legislation and if eligible, minimum contributions will be made.

Annual Leave: 28 days inclusive of public bank holidays, rising by one day a year to a maximum of 33 days (including bank holidays). As the project works on a 24/7 basis, you will be required to work some bank holidays including Christmas and New Year.

Contract: Full Time, Open-ended

DBS: An enhanced DBS check required and compliance with Church Army’s safeguarding policies. Safeguarding training will be required. 

Occupational Requirement: *Positions are exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.
Physical requirement: The job regularly involves walking throughout the Project, which is based over 2 sites 100m apart, over a number of floors with stair access. There is also a requirement to travel across London for meetings and service user support. Physical mobility and ability to carry smaller items are required as essential.

More info: For more information on the role, please download the job description and person specification.

To apply: Please see our Job Description and fill out the Application Form which is available to download at the top of this page. CVs will not be accepted. Applications should be sent to recruitment@maryleboneproject.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 8am on Monday 27 July 2020.

Interviews: Wednesday 5 August 2020.

Carolyn Kinsman, 02/07/2020

Support Worker (Female*)

Are you…
• Passionate about doing a job that makes a difference?
• Wanting to support others during a time of crisis?
• Experienced in working with vulnerable people?
• Motivated by working creatively within a dynamic and energetic team?

We are looking for a fantastic Support Worker to join our team at the Marylebone Project to provide trauma-informed support for women in the next stage of their journey. The successful candidate will be someone who is passionate and experienced in shaping and delivering great support for vulnerable people, and able to work in a dynamic, positive and creative way to achieve the best outcomes for those they serve. Ideally, we are looking for someone with experience of working within a Psychologically Informed Environment

Salary: £28,902 per annum

Hours: 40 hours per week. Normal working pattern will be working across early and late shifts, working one weekend as directed by the Project rota on a five week rolling basis. Other times and shifts may be required as per the Project needs.

Pension: The employee will be assessed under auto-enrollment pension legislation and if eligible, minimum contributions will be made.

Annual Leave: 28 days inclusive of public bank holidays, rising by one day a year to a maximum of 33 days (including bank holidays). As the project works on a 24/7 basis, you will be required to work some bank holidays including Christmas and New Year.

Contract: Full Time, Open-ended

DBS: An enhanced DBS check required and compliance with Church Army’s safeguarding policies. Safeguarding training will be required.

Occupational Requirement: *Positions are exempt under the Equality Act 2010, Schedule 9, Part 1.
Physical requirement: The job regularly involves walking throughout the Project, which is based over 2 sites 100m apart, over a number of floors with stair access. There is also a requirement to travel across London for meetings and service user support. Physical mobility and ability to carry smaller items are required as essential.

More info: For more information on the role, please download the job description and person specification.

To apply: Please see our Job Description and fill out the Application Form which is available to download at the top of this page. CVs will not be accepted. Applications should be sent to recruitment@maryleboneproject.org.uk

Closing date for applications: 8am on Monday 27 July 2020.

Interviews: Thursday 6 August 2020.

Carolyn Kinsman, 02/07/2020

If you would like to volunteer with us through these tough times, being part of a dynamic team delivering outstanding support to women experiencing homelessness, please take a look at our Volunteer tab for more information.