St Martins has an opportunity for a MEAM (Making Every Adult Matter) Navigator to join our team!
In this role, you will play a crucial part in supporting and engaging individuals who use our services. Your primary responsibility will be to identify, engage, and sustain access to a diverse range of health, housing, and well-being sustaining services.
We are looking for:
- Someone with the passion and drive to support anyone finding themselves in this situation.
- Emotionally resilient with the tenacity to provide support, even when faced with resistance.
- Experience of supporting people who have poor mental health, substance addiction / dependence or who are ex-offenders.
- Someone who can promote and encourage a multi-disciplinary approach that effectively engages and manages the presenting needs of people using their services in the safest possible way.
- Someone with the ability to fully engage with the people we support regardless of the challenges they may be facing, to be able to build relationships in complex situations.
You can expect:
- The support and guidance of working for one of the top 5 best charities to work for, in the Best Companies list 2023
- A comprehensive training programme, whilst gaining experience in the fields of criminal justice, social care, mental health and housing law.
- You will have a personal development programme tailored to your interests within our field of work.
- Up to 29 days holiday and from your first day an additional ‘birthday’ holiday to be taken in your birthday month.
- Access to discounted products and services, including: ‘Blue Light’ discount card, ‘Perkbox’, wellbeing platform, cycle to work scheme, Pension scheme and life insurance.
For more information about the role please call Maria Baranowski, Director of Homeless Services on 01603 677 581.
For an application pack, please download the below documents or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Once completed, please send to the same address.
St Martins is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable adults. An enhanced DBS check will be required for successful applicants.