Tenancy Support Worker


The Role

As a Tenancy Support Worker, you’ll help allocated clients to identify and work towards individual goals consistent with sustaining a tenancy in supported housing or privately rented accommodation.

About You

To be considered for the role of Tenancy Support Worker you will have:

  • Experience of working within the homelessness or social care sector
  • Knowledge of GDPR and data management
  • An understanding of and commitment to confidentiality and professional boundaries
  • The ability to work with clients who may display challenging behaviours
  • Solid IT skills with the ability to record and sound accurate records in a timely fashion on ITapplications such as CHAIN and Inform.
  • Ability to write concise reports, client notes and external letters to a high standard of efficiency
  • Experience of conducting client assessments and interviews
  • Effective time and workload management
  • Excellent organisational skills
  • The ability to work on own initiative, creatively managing a varied workload


For more information about the role please see the job description below.

Your benefits

– 34 days’ holiday (inclusive of bank holidays) increasing with length of service
– Enhanced maternity and paternity leave
– Enhanced occupational sick pay
– Enrolment into our pension scheme after three months’ service
– Yearly eye care vouchers

Your perks

– 24-hour access to confidential counselling services (EAP)
– Free staff wellbeing sessions
– Flexible working
– Free moving house day
– Staff interest-free loan and season ticket loans
– Cycle to work scheme and free parking at some sites

SPEAR welcomes and encourages applications from everyone, regardless of age, disability, gender, ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.