Job Title: Bank Concierge- Coventry

Closing Date: 9:00am, Monday 22nd November 2021

Job Description & Person Specification: Bank Concierge- Coventry Job Description & Person Specification

Location: Daimler Green, Coventry

Hours: Zero Hours Contract

Salary: £8.91 per hour

Contract: Permanent

We have a new exciting opportunity for Bank Concierge’s to join our team based at Daimler Green. The successful candidates will join us on a permanent, zero hours contract.

Our concierges are involved in the delivery of a customer-focused housing management service to our tenants within a safe and secure environment. The ability to work under pressure and deal with situations in a calm and competent manner is essential, and the experience of working with vulnerable and complex young adults and good knowledge of the issues that they face. A good understanding of Safeguarding and Professional Boundaries is required of the successful candidate. This successful person will also be lone working.

Please see the full job description and person specification for more information.

YMCA Heart of England is a Christian charity providing a range of life-changing services for the local community. With a turnover of over £4m, we house over 300 young people, most of whom previously were homeless, and support them to get their lives back on track. We also care for 150 pre-school children in our two nurseries and run various social enterprises to create employment and generate income for our charitable work.

With over 120 Staff and volunteers working for us and thousands of people using our many premises every year, we are an organisation committed to delivering the best possible service to our customers in line with our Christian ethos and values.

To apply, send your CV along with a covering letter to:

Closing Date for applications: 9:00am, Monday 22nd November 2021

YMCA Heart of England is an independent Christian charity, a registered provider of social housing, and affiliated to the national and international YMCA Movement.

As an organisation fully committed to the welfare of children and vulnerable adults, a thorough vetting process is carried out as part of the appointment process, including verification of any required qualifications, verification of identity, taking of references and a DBS check as appropriate.