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Working as an integral part of one of our teams, you will be supporting some of society's most vulnerable and excluded people to achieve their greatest wish - a home of their own. We support colleagues with first class training, the opportunity to gain recognised qualifications and a supportive environment. Experience in supported housing is not essential - the ability to learn, to work non-judgmentally, a flexible attitude and a desire to help people resolve often complex problems, are key to what we seek in new staff. Your Development Once you have ed Two Saints you will have the chance to experience a wide variety of training and development opportunities. Our induction training day provides a comprehensive insight into Two Saints, and is backed up by an in-depth induction at your new work place.

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Night Worker Former Employee - Portsmouth, Hampshire - 26 May I have worked in several companies over 25 years span, but two saints is the worst. Secondment roles are another way to broaden your knowledge of both Two Saints and supported housing, whilst there will be opportunities to work towards supervisory or management roles for anyone who has the potential. Two Saints is known for working with the most challenging and complex clients, which many other organisations refuse to support.

Master to slave approach. We have an 'Employing Ex Offenders' policy available to view by clicking this link. Of course we have to protect our vulnerable clients, but we try to take a common sense approach which evaluates risk and helps support people into work.

We subscribe to the Disability Awareness Two Tick scheme and actively seek to employ and support people who have personally experienced homelessness and related issues. Unlock is a charity that helps people with criminal convictions.

Contract History Supporting information A ificant factor in whether people re-offend on release is whether they have safe, secure accommodation. In addition, if you have been convicted of criminal offences in the past, this will not necessarily stop saings gaining work with us.

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We support colleagues with first class training, the opportunity to gain recognised qualifications and a supportive environment. Your Development Once you have ed Two Saints you will have the chance to experience a wide variety of training and development opportunities. We successfully work with saijts clients to address their issues in a sustainable way by using the Outcomes Star and other pyscho-social tools.

The management are simply appalling, they talk to you like you are in sainhs concentration camp. The management do not care how you feel or the stress you go through at work, which is often humongous to deal with residents being racists, druggist, alcoholic, always using the worst swear language at you and attack staff almost every time.

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Management would say if you are scared of being attacked then stay in your house, after all people get attacked on the street. Although challenging, it's also rewarding because thanks to my colleagues I'm constantly learning skills that help vulnerable people" - Support Worker.

When this guys attack you, nothing happens, the management says, we all get attacked at work so live with it. We provided 8, nights of emergency accommodation The of people helped through our floating support services Is the of people we helped who were street homeless last year Is the of people that received our support and accommodation last year. Their approach is very demeaning and disrespectful.

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Two Saints is committed to ensuring that no member of staff, or client, receives less favourable treatment or is discriminated eaints on grounds of gender, colour, marital status, race, nationality or ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, sexual orientation, disability, age or membership or non-membership of a Trades Union. My line manager is the worst manager anyone can work with, talks down at you, racist, defensive, lacks any moral and talks to staff like they don't count.

You are left to salnts work with residents to bad mental issues and often lone working with no back up, all they say is, call the Police when they attack you. Your line manager will support and advise you on the most appropriate training courses for your role from a range of more than 25 training courses and programmes. Their guide can be found via this link.

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Rebuilding lives for a brighter future We offer support to people who are homeless, vulnerable or at risk of becoming homeless, and who need help to get back on their feet. Was this review helpful?

Two Saints operates services for those who would other wise be homeless, and works in a of our areas to provide accommodation to prisoners on release, we use a personalised approach to support them with the issues that they face alongside, or which caused, their offending behaviour. Our induction training day provides a comprehensive insight into Two Saints, and is backed up by an in-depth induction at your new work place.

Experience in supported housing is not essential - the ability to learn, to work non-judgmentally, a flexible attitude and a desire to help people resolve often complex problems, are key to what we seek in new staff. Working as an integral part of one of our teams, you will be supporting some of society's most vulnerable and excluded people to achieve their greatest wish - a home of their own.

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