Careers

Working for us

In working for Threshold you will be joining a diverse community of people who share a deep passion for the wellbeing of our customers. We are the proud holders of a ‘gold’ rating from Investors in People.  Benefits include:
  • A personal pension plan
  • Health care and well being packages
  • Generous holidays subject to length of service
  • An expanding range of discounts with local retailers and leisure outlet

To complete an application form please click here.

Please return all completed application forms to careers@newcharter.co.uk. If you wish to post your application form then you can return it to: Jigsaw Homes Group, Cavendish 249, Cavendish Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 7AT.

Any queries then please contact us on 0161 331 2206.

 

Contributory Pension Scheme, annual leave from 25 days plus Bank Holidays, Simply Health membership, a voluntary benefits programme including childcare vouchers and learning and development opportunities.

The successful candidates will be employees of Threshold.  We operate a Safer Recruitment process to protect vulnerable young people and adults.  Threshold will apply for an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with the successful candidates

 

 

 

Threshold runs the women’s refuge element of Bridges, a Jigsaw Homes-led service in Tameside helping people experiencing domestic abuse.  We now have the following opportunities available:-

The following roles are exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1 and therefore we can only accept applications from women.

Pathway Worker - Nights  

22 hours, 2 nights per week

REF: TH138

The spot salary is £17,190 per annum (£6,876 pro rata for part-time hours)

A Threshold Pathway Night Worker works as part of a team providing housing related support, motivation, information and advice to customers. The role works side by side with Customer Support Workers and partnership colleagues to ensure that high quality, inspirational and motivational housing and support services are provided.

Night Workers take the lead implementing night security systems, ensuring overall safety and security of the service. They ensure effective exchanges of information with team members and day staff.

This role will be predominantly based in Tameside but the successful candidate on occasions support the refuge in Oldham

This position will require the successful candidate to work on a rota basis. This will require you to work hours that include evenings, weekends and bank holidays.

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 Application Form

 

CUSTOMER SUPPORT WORKER

TH137

Salary £21,435  per annum

Hours 37.5 per week

Bridges Domestic Abuse service works with victims of domestic abuse at all levels of risk across Tameside.

The Customer Support Worker will be based in the refuge provision of the service. The refuge is a 24 hour provision therefore you will be expected to work a shift pattern over a four week rota covering days, evenings and weekends where some of these shifts will be lone working.

The customers that we are supporting are victims of abuse and may have additional support needs with substance misuse and mental health.

 We offer a holistic package of support to meet the individual needs of the customer, motivating, empowering and supporting to move on to independent living.

The Customer Support Worker will be confident and assertive able to deal with difficult and challenging demands of behaviours. Are able to manage crisis situations having the ability to work under pressure within a busy and very demanding environment. 

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Application Form

 

Closing Date for both roles: 20th July 2018 4.00pm

 

The successful candidates will be employees of Threshold.  We operate a Safer Recruitment process to protect vulnerable young people and adults.  Threshold will apply for an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with the successful candidates

 

Threshold provides a range of supportive and safe environments to the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people in our communities. With exciting newer models of delivery we are pioneering system change within Greater Manchester. Our Bold ambition for 2018 paves the way for expanding our talented team of people.

 

Our team of people ALWAYS

  • Place people first
  • Exceed expectations
  • Achieve outcomes

 We are seeking to recruit to the following role

 

TH139 Housing Management Worker

Full Time 37.5 hours per week

Salary £21,435 per annum

Fixed term until 31/01/2019

Closing date Friday 20th July 2018 at 4.00pm

 

Working as part of the team, you will be responsible for delivering a comprehensive housing management service across our portfolio of properties. The focus of the role is to ensure that all our tenancies are well managed through our high service standards.  The role will form part of the Threshold Living team.  The role will manage rent accounts, allocations and lettings, tenancy compliance, accompanied viewings and ensure that our customers receive a high quality service.  

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Application Form

Contributory Pension Scheme, annual leave from 25 days plus Bank Holidays, Simply Health membership, a voluntary benefits programme including childcare vouchers and learning and development opportunities.

The successful candidates will be employees of Threshold.  We operate a Safer Recruitment process to protect vulnerable young people and adults.  Threshold will apply for an Enhanced DBS Disclosure with the successful candidates

 

 

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