Clanmil & Alpha Housing are working in partnership to deliver an exciting new project
‘Support Connect’. The 12-month pilot project aims to reduce loneliness for older people
living in Hughes Court & Carrs Court, Belfast and the surrounding neighbourhoods.
Can you help us do that?
Link Workers (2 posts)
Fixed Term (12 months)
Salary: – £26,511 pro rata per annum
22.5 hours per week
A bit about us
Clanmil & Alpha Housing are leading providers of high-quality housing and supported housing
services, and we try to make a real difference to the lives of the people living in our homes.
Having secured funding through the Northern Ireland Housing Executive Supporting People
Innovation Fund we are working in partnership to pilot a ‘social prescribing’ service to
customers living at Hughes Court and Carrs Court, Belfast and older people living in the locality.
A bit about the role
We have two exciting new roles to help us deliver the aims of the project during the first 1-year
The Link Workers will support the Project Manager by delivering and co-ordinating events as
well as working closely with customers to develop some personalised support networks and
plans using the digital platform ‘Elemental’.
You will need some experience and skills which are included in the job description.
Want to know more before applying?
If you would like to learn more or have questions, please contact Brendan Morrissey at Clanmil
Housing on Tel No: 028 9087 6000 or Martin Quinn at Alpha Housing on Tel No: 028 9078
7750 by Thursday 24 July 2022 at 3pm.
Want to apply?
Please visit Clanmil.org/careers, download the Job Description via our recruitment portal to find
out more and start your application by simply clicking on ‘Apply now’.
Closing date for applications: 11:59pm Wednesday 7th September 2022
Interview Date: Week commencing 12th September 2022
Clanmil Housing Association & Alpha Housing Association are Equal Opportunities Employers
Recruitment records will be held for two years as per our Data Retention Policy
The Association(s) reserve the right to heighten the criteria based on demand