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 Duty Worker(Female*) 

Are you…
• Experienced in working with vulnerable people?
• Motivated by working as part of a team?
• Passionate about doing a job that makes a difference?
• Organised and a gifted multi tasker?

The Marylebone Project is one of the largest women’s hostels in the UK for women affected by homelessness. Those we support are often affected by substance misuse, unemployment, domestic violence and mental health issues. Whatever their story, we aim for the same ending; self-esteem, employment and independent living. We do this by providing shelter, education opportunities, spiritual space and events in a welcoming and secure environment.

We are looking for someone who can provide evening, overnight and weekend day responsive support to women that complements the work of our Support Services and Resettlement teams.  The post holder will be expected to deliver outstanding customer service to our beneficiaries and partners, work as a team with colleagues and stakeholders to provide effective holistic support.  They must also work to provide a welcoming, safe and secure environment for the women we serve, have a strong commitment to working with people, and be an active and participatory member of the Marylebone Project and Church Army.

To apply: Please see our Job Description and fill out the Application Form

Salary: £24,954 per annum

Hours: 40 hours a week average over five weeks rolling data, Monday to Sunday. Normal working pattern currently is a combination of mostly night shifts, with a week of evenings (4:30pm - 9:30pm) and weekend days, directed by Project rota. Other times and shifts may be required as per the Project needs. Please note, this is predominately a night-shift based role. 

To find out more: E-mail: or call: 020 3959 1444 between 9:00am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday.

Closing date for applications:  Friday, 19th March 2021 at 5pm.

Interviews: Thursday, 1st April 2021. 

E-mail your application to:
*Positions are exempt under Section 7 (2) (b) of the Sex Discrimination Act 1975.  

Zeinab Audu, 19/02/2021