Personal Wellbeing Coach

Job reference: 000743

Work Location: Within the Boundaries of Tees Valley

Closing date: 23/01/2022

Salary: £25,471

Employment type: Fixed Term

Department: Operations

Role Category: Roaming

Hours per week: 37 hours per week

Anticipated Interview Date: 31 January 2022

Contract Duration: Fixed term contract up until March 2024 with the potential for extension

Role Category - the way you'll work:

  • This role is categorised as a roam role.  Roaming roles are a mixture of home and hub working with, in some instances, a degree of being out and about delivering services to customers. Your working day will be determined by what you need to do and where you need to go to maximise your productivity.  This means that you could start and finish your day in different places depending on what you need to do, so we’ll support you working from a variety of locations. 

The Role:

Thirteen require a Personal Wellbeing Coach to Provide person-centred support to a caseload of service users who will either be serving community sentences or being released from prison. The service will provide holistic support to address a range of wellbeing issues faced by service users referred by the probation service.

Thirteen colleagues are deeply passionate about what they do and why they do it. We seek to employ people who share our ambition to think and work differently. This means sourcing those passionate individuals who ensure every relationship matters, are reliable and adaptable in their approach and can work progressively in a high performing, commercially minded environment.

The Person:

The successful person will deliver a range of interventions to service users which contribute toward prescribed outcomes, including group work, IAG, advocacy and coaching. They will have the ability to work flexibly and work with a range of partners.

The successful person must adopt a holistic approach when working with clients, in order to promote positive and sustained change and be confident in their approach.

We welcome applications from individuals with personal experience or knowledge / understanding of the challenges faced by those who have dealt with offending, addiction, and homelessness.

The successful candidate will be subject to National Security Vetting and Prison Clearance.

Please note we retain a talent pool for future positions for applicants who reach the Thirteen standard at interview.

The future is exciting, and we only want the best to be part of it.

At Thirteen we're about homes and so much more.....

At Thirteen, we’re more than just a landlord. We believe everyone is an individual. That’s why we don’t just provide properties; we offer a home to suit each person’s needs.

And we’re not just about somewhere to live; our range of extra services means we can give people a helping hand specifically tailored to them if they need it.

Our strength, capacity and ambition to deliver what our customers need means we can change things for the better.

We’re the largest housing association in the North East and among the biggest 25 nationally.  Today we own and manage some 34,000 properties in the North East region, 30,000 of them in the Tees Valley. Thirteen is still an organisation that’s local at its heart - and although our work is largely in the Tees Valley, we welcome applications from further afield because our ways of working mean we can often be flexible about where our colleagues are based.

Our skilled colleagues and board directors work tirelessly to support 70,000 tenants and customers, bringing a breadth of experience and a can-do attitude to ensure a high-quality customer experience.  We welcome applications form people of all backgrounds to join our committed team.

So come and be part of making a difference. Great days for everyone are made at Thirteen.

Are you up for the challenge of bringing our vision to life and having great days at work?

There’s more information about this role in the documents attached to this advert, including the benefits of working for Thirteen.

If you’d like to talk more about the role please contact Susan Borrow, Care and Support Manager (Contracts) for an informal discussion. Susan can be contacted on 07816 070370 between the hours of 9am – 5pm Mon-Fri. ​​​​​​​



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