Caledonian Housing Vacancy: Community Engagement Worker (HOPE Project)

Job Title:                     Community Engagement Worker – HOPE Project
Location:                     Dundee  /  Hybrid working
Contract:                     Permanent
Hours:                          Full-time, 35 hours per week
Salary:                         £28,504 per annum (Incremental salary scale £28,504- £30,901)
Closing Date:              Sunday 19th February  (Midnight)

Interview Date:         Interviews will be held w/c Monday 27th February 

This is a hybrid role that will allow autonomy and a blend of home working and office working from our Dundee office.

Do you want the opportunity to effect real change in an organisation with a strong social purpose?

Caledonia Housing Group – Housing Association of the Year award and Social Housing Developer of the Year 2021.

Caledonia Housing Association has the vision of providing “Homes and Services that make life better” and we have ambitious goals to revolutionise the customer service we provide. By streamlining processes and procedures we aim to improve the customer experience of tenants and service users across the Group. We operate across 8 local authorities and manage over 5,000 affordable homes and offers services to around 1,500 private owners. We are committed to tackling inequality and housing needs across the Highlands, Tayside, Perthshire and Dunbartonshire.


  • We promote work-life balance and operate a flexi-time system
  • Generous contributory pension scheme, up to 12% employer contribution
  • Health benefit of up to £300 per year
  • Annual Leave entitlement starting at 36 days per year pro rata (increases with length of service)
  • Confidential counselling service and in-house mental health first aiders
  • Rewarding volunteering opportunities

As an inclusive employer, we’re open to having a conversation with you about flexible working

About the role

HOPE – Helping Older People Engage

A partnership of Caledonia, Hillcrest and Dundee Health & Social Care Partnership has evolved to support and promote independent living of older people in communities across the city. HOPE’s main aim is to help older people feel less lonely and isolated by encouraging participation in local groups and activities as well as providing advice and support on a range of issues such as local services, housing or care options.

This is a rewarding role where the Community Engagement Worker will provide a visiting service to older people in their local community that assists with life transitions such as bereavement, social isolation, moving house or following periods of ill health.

Support workers will help people over the age of 55 connect with services and activities in their local communities as well as offering practical assistance, sign posting and referrals to more specialist services, such as welfare and benefit checks, occupational therapy aids and adaptations to help individuals live at home independently.

If you have previous experience of supporting the needs of older people, and are passionate about delivering an outcomes orientated, innovative, individually designed, and needs led, support service, we would like to hear from you.

Come and join us!

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