Accommodation Night Worker
|Contract:||Accommodation Night Worker|
|Location:||Batt House, 56 Westgate Street, Bury St Edmunds IP33 1QG|
|Pay:||£9,599 per year|
|Hours:||20 hours a week- 4 days on 4 days off (5 hours per shift, 9pm-2am)|
|Deadline:||20th June 2021|
|Interviews:||25th June 2021|
The role of our part time Accommodation Night Worker is to oversee the safety of our YMCA Trinity residents and premises, between the hours of 9pm and 2am.
Ensuring designated areas are clean, secure & safe and comply with health & safety regulations. The part time night worker will be working alongside and assisting our full-time night worker who works 10pm-8am. Together you will be managing the site and also cover each other’s holidays.
The role also involves assisting our Accommodation Project Workers, who provide support to residents throughout the night and deal with any incidents should they occur.
Skills and Experience
In summary, the successful applicant will have the following qualities:
- Ability to adjust to reactive working environment
- Good listener and able to show empathy
- Be a team player
- Ability to lone work and make decisions
Days and Hours
This role is for 20 hours a week – 4 days on 4 days off (5 hours per shift, 9pm-2am).
Salary and Benefits
The salary is £9,599 per year and additional benefits we offer include:
- 5 weeks holiday plus public holidays (Pro rata for part time staff)
- Competitive rates of pay and pension
- DBS Check Facilitated / Cost Paid
- Induction programme and on the job training opportunities
- Regular supervisions
- Internal progression opportunities
- Employee Assistance Programme
The closing date is 20 June 2021. Interviews to be arranged for 25 June.
We would be grateful if you could also complete our Equality and Diversity Form.
If you are having trouble completing your online job application please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our HR Team will be able to assist you.
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.