Crisis Project Worker

Job title:                Crisis Project Worker (2 positions available)

Reporting to:         Crisis Lead

Contract:               1 permanent role, 1 fixed-term contract until March 2023

Location:               48-52 Allcock Street, Birmingham B9 4DY

Hours:                   35 Hours (part time also considered)

Salary:                  £23,194-£26,065 per annum, pro rata

SIFA Fireside is a leading charity in Birmingham that works with people who are homeless, vulnerably housed and disadvantaged. We are seeking suitable candidates to join our expanding team. You will be based at SIFA Fireside, as part of the team that offers Crisis and Prevention services. These include the daily Drop-In which meets primary needs such as food, showers and clothing and is a gateway to further services; the Homeless Transition Service which helps people with support needs move from homelessness into accommodation; and the Adult Support Hub, which focuses on supporting vulnerable adults to maintain their accommodation and access support services. You will have direct experience of supporting vulnerable people and an excellent understanding of the barriers that people with multiple and complex support needs face. SIFA Fireside is a values-driven organisation, and it is essential that you can demonstrate your alignment with our values of courageous, supportive, dynamic and inclusive.

SIFA Fireside is committed to ensuring its staff team is reflective of the community we support. We strive to address diversification through new initiatives such as our Employee Voice working group and we have committed to provide Unconscious Bias and Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity training to all staff.

We welcome applications from individuals who have lived experience of the issues that our clients face. With regards to the Crisis Project Worker role, we also welcome applications from individuals who have experience of Central and Eastern European languages.

For an informal discussion regarding these roles please contact Dee Reeves on 0121 766 1700 or email

Closing date for applications: 19th August 2022

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