St Petrocs has a team of over 40 staff. Many have been with us for a long time and in our recent Investors in People survey, 97% of staff felt that our organisation achieves positive outcomes because it takes the time to train, support and invest in its people.
“I enjoy working at St Petrocs’ My role is diverse and challenging in many ways which allows me to grow as a member of staff as well as an individual. With the support of my colleagues and managers we all pull together and work as a team to support one another.”
“The most enjoyable thing about working at St Petrocs is telling a client that they no longer have to sleep on the streets because I have found them some accommodation. Not only has St Petrocs made their day and filled them full of relief, we are giving them an opportunity to make positive changes in their lives.”
Resettlement and Reconnection Worker
Two roles available: 1 full-time permanent post and 1 part-time (15 hours) temporary post (1 year)
We’re looking for someone who has a real passion for making a difference to the lives of some of the most marginalised and vulnerable members of society.
As a Resettlement and Reconnection Worker you will work with individuals who have been rough sleeping or who are at risk of rough sleeping in Cornwall, helping them to access the services relevant to their support and housing needs.
We are recruiting for two roles:
1 full-time permanent post
1 part-time (15 hours) temporary post (1 year)
Please specify which role you are applying for when sending your application.
Closing date for applications is midnight, Friday 16th October.
Interviews are expected to take place across 26th and 27th October. Due to COVID-19, we may take the decision to interview for this role via remote video link.