You don't need direct experience to help someone leave homelessness behind for good.
At St Mungo’s, we're looking for positive, passionate people with a can do attitude and consistently professional approach.
For most of our entry roles, strong core competences and transferable skills are more important than direct previous experience in the homelessness sector.
Work for us. Reach their potential.
At St Mungo’s we believe in people’s potential. You could have the exact skills our clients need to reach their potential, and leave homelessness behind for good.
We currently have Employer Specialist and Senior Employment roles available in Brighton, Leicester and Oxford. More information here.See our current vacancies
There are lots of transferable skills that are valuable for the work we do.
Can you find a unique solution?
Connor is an Assistant Support Worker at St Mungo's and has been using his creative problem solving skills to help vulnerable people leave homelessness behind for good.
You don't need direct experience to be our next Assistant Support Worker.See our current vacancies
Can you have a hard conversation?
Lula is a Housing First Coordinator at St Mungo’s. Previously she completed an MA in Contemporary Art Theory, where there was a strong focus on contemporary injustice, philosophy and critical theory.
Although not immediately apparent, her studies have helped her to build up the emotional intelligence needed to understand how someone can become homeless. This has been vital in her role, helping her to take an empathetic outlook when supporting vulnerable people.
You don't need direct experience to be our next Housing First Coordinator.See our current vacancies
Can you build relationships?
Simon is a Service Manager at St Mungo's. Before joining us in various roles, he worked as an IT Recruitment Consultant.
Although recruitment wasn't really for him, Simon has found that the relationship building and negotiation skills he has developed from this experience have been vital in his roles at St Mungo's. Especially when advocating for people experiencing homelessness to ensure they receive the support they deserve.See our current vacancies