Assistant Accommodation Project Worker (Sundays)

Pay £3,652
Location YMCA Trinity Group, Bury St Edmunds, IP33 1QG
Hours 8 hours per week, Sunday shifts between 7.45am and 10.15pm
Deadline 22nd September
Interviews 27th September


Job Role

Assistant Accommodation Project Workers assist and interact with our residents to ensure they have the basic life skills to enable them to develop the necessary skills to support a successful resettlement. They are required to encourage an appropriate standard of behaviour in order to support a warm, clean and homely environment.


Successful candidates should have the following qualities:

  • The ability to interact with young people in a positive and confident manner
  • Be able to assist with basic life skills
  • The ability to communicate clearly and appropriately, face to face or on the telephone, with people from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds


This is a Permanent Contract for 8 hours per week, Sunday working with the additional opportunity to cover holidays and sickness.

If you are interested and would like to know more, please feel free to get in touch for an informal chat about this role. Contact our Accommodation Team Leader, Apraku Mensah on 01449 773040 / 01284 701712 or email


The Salary for this role is £3,652 and additional Benefits we offer are:


  • 5 weeks holiday plus Public Holidays (Pro-Rata for Part Time Staff)
  • Competitive rates of pay and pension
  • DBS Cost Paid
  • Induction Programme and on the job Training Opportunities
  • Regular Supervisions
  • Internal progression opportunities
  • Employee Assistance Programme

The Closing Date for this vacancy is 22nd September 2019 with interviews to be arranged for 27th September 2019

For more information please see the Job Description.

To apply, please see our Application Guidance, complete an Application Form and an Equality and Diversity Form.

Please forward to or by post to:

YMCA Trinity Group
Rightwell East
PE3 8DX.


YMCA Trinity Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults at risk and expects all staff to share this commitment