Working for us

Threshold provides services that make a lasting difference. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do as we continually strive to deliver excellent service.  We offer support to homeless and vulnerable people to support them to achieve greater independence and improved health and wellbeing. 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

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.

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 team of people ALWAYS

  • Place people first
  • Exceed expectations
  • Achieve outcomes

Working together, we can transform lives and sustain communities.  We currently have the following fixed-term vacancies.

How to Apply

To apply for any of the roles complete an application form and return it  to specify on your application which role you are applying for.

Current Vacancies


The Prevention Alliance (TPA)

Stockport 1 x Community Connector (Ref - TH16) 

Salary £17,427  per annum – 37.5hrs per week

The above post is fixed-term until 30th May 2020

Community Connector - Role Profile

You will be directly employed by Threshold and will work in partnership with five other Alliance partners to deliver The Prevention Alliance (TPA) service for vulnerable people within Stockport.   This role is about creating opportunities for people to improve their health and wellbeing by connecting with others.  You will help to reduce isolation and support customers to increase knowledge of local assets and support in their community.  The role focuses on developing strong relationships with partners in the community, spotting opportunities and kick-starting projects and groups, promoting collaborative community based solutions for customers.

Casual/Various - Oldham and Tameside

Casual Bank Workers (Ref TH130) 

£10.96 per hour – Ad-hoc hours including waking nights and weekends.

Bank Worker - Role Profile

Closing Date for all applications Monday 4th February 2019 – 12:00pm

You will join our team of casual workers who provide ad-hoc cover across our supported housing projects.  Cover will usually be during waking nights and weekends.  You will provide emotional and practical support to customers, handle telephone enquiries, monitor visitors and admit customers via the intercom system.  Prepare vacant rooms to be ready to let in liaison with day staff.  Complete customer welfare checks and ensure contact notes are up to date.  You will also complete customer handovers at the beginning and end of each shift. 

We offer a Contributory Pension Scheme, annual leave from 25 days plus 8 Bank Holidays, Simply Health membership, a voluntary benefits programme including childcare vouchers and learning and development opportunities.

If you require a Threshold application pack to be sent to your postal address, please contact Human Resources on 0161 331 2206.

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

About Threshold

Threshold is a charity with over 40 years’ experience of delivering accommodation and support to vulnerable people. Threshold is part of the Jigsaw Group, one of the largest housing groups in England with over 33,000 homes across the North West and East Midlands.

We offer services across the spectrum of needs, including supported accommodation for people experiencing multiple and complex needs, community based support for people who require low to medium support, along with intensive housing management for people with lower support needs.

Threshold has developed expertise in gender specific service, housing first and domestic violence services and has one of the UK’s largest and longest running Housing First Services for women.





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