Supported Housing Team Manager

Full Time 37.5 hrs

High Wycombe and Burnham Offices 

Connection Support currently have a unique and exciting opportunity for an inspirational leader to manage our Buckinghamshire Centres, supporting disadvantaged young people to transform their lives.

Connection Support works with young people in crisis – homeless and unemployed, often with a history of substance misuse, mental health or crime. Offering 24/7 residential support, we aim to inspire, to educate, to motivate and – most importantly – to make possible. To offer everything under one roof that marginalised young people need to rediscover their potential and move forward with their lives.

Under its remit of the prevention of homelessness, the Supported Housing team also provide a drop in / phone service funded by South Bucks District Council for young people at risk of homelessness in Burnham offering housing advice and support

 £29,387 – £32,546 pro rata

30 days plus Bank Holidays per annum

Closing date – 10am Thursday 28th February

Interviews    –  Tuesday 5th March

Finance and Payroll Assistant

Full Time 37.5 hrs


The Job-holder is responsible for providing financial and administrative support for the organisation and reports to the Senior Finance Manager. The role would suit someone training for AAT or who has a basic understanding of book keeping. This role encompasses a wide variety of financial and administrative tasks and offers opportunity for growth and development for the right candidate.

 £18,404  – £22,173 p.a.

30 days plus Bank Holidays (pro rata)

Closing date – 10am Tuesday 26th February 2019

Interviews    –  Monday 4th March 2019

Housing First Support Worker

Part Time 18.75 hrs

Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes Council and Connection Support are working together to end rough sleeping within the city and the Housing First Support Service is part of the provision to make this a reality. The purpose of the service is to support people during their journey from rough sleeping to a lifestyle that improves their health and wellbeing.

The service will provide support to people to develop independent living skills that prevent their return to rough sleeping. This support will be tailored to individual needs and will be detailed in the person’s support plan.

 £18,404 – £22,173 pro rata

30 days plus Bank Holidays per annum

Closing date – 12 noon Monday 18th March

Interviews    –  Tuesday 26th March