Vacancy: Tenancy Support Officer

We are looking for a new Tenancy Support Officer to join our Next Door project. Next Door aims to reduce homelessness by providing access to the private rented sector for the homeless or insecurely housed who are not entitled to statutory help. It has operated successfully for 4 years and has now developed to include support to hostel accommodation for homeless adults under 35 years of age.

This is an exciting opportunity to work with our experienced Housing Liaison Coordinator, who developed this project from scratch, and to help some of the most deprived people in London, the young single homeless, get off the streets, improve their lives and learn important life skills. Continue reading

Vacancy: Telephone Survey Volunteer

We are looking for a volunteer to conduct a detailed telephone survey with our clients and write a report on the findings.. For full details of the role please see the full job description here.

Interested applicants should complete our volunteer expression of interest form, attaching a CV and cover letter. All candidates will be contacted shortly after 15th June with a view to organising an interview.

This role is voluntary but lunch and travel expenses will be provided.

Vacancy: Casework Support Volunteer

We are looking for a new volunteer to assist Z2K’s caseworkers in providing vulnerable debtors with free and confidential support, advice and information. For full details of the role please see the full job description here.

Interested applicants should complete our volunteer expression of interest form, attaching a CV and cover letter. All candidates will be contacted shortly after 15th June with a view to organising an interview.

This role is voluntary but lunch and travel expenses will be provided. The role is part time with flexible hours.

Vaccancy: Welfare Benefits Project Caseworker

Z2K has received funding for an exciting new project with South West London Law Centres (SWLLC). SWLLC are recruiting for new Casework position for the project, that will be based both at SWLLC in Wandsworth and Z2K.

The new Caseworker will be working with, supervising and mentoring trained students to provide welfare rights advice as well as help in directing to other legal services and sources of help. The project aims to ensure up to 1,200 families take steps to prevent themselves from falling back into crisis, our support network will enable destitute clients to work towards improving their lives, once post crisis point is past.

For details of how to apply click here.