Help us transform lives and businesses  

Every day, the people on our team make a difference to our residents and tenants. Whether they’re working with them directly or supporting behind the scenes they’re helping them regain their independence and live more fulfilled lives. As we expand our services, we’re also helping other businesses to thrive.

This continued positive impact on our customers is extremely important to us and our success, and we can only achieve it by finding the right people to work with us.

We look for people who share our ambitious, forward-thinking outlook and supportive, hardworking approach. If you join us, we’ll invest in you and continue to nurture your potential to help you achieve great things for you, us and – most importantly – our customers. We strongly believe in providing a working environment which recognises individuals’ differing needs, therefore encouraging a work/life blend is key to us.

Our latest vacancies

Maintenance Officer and Health and Safety Lead
Location Luton
Salary £24,000 -26,000 per annum
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQULK667845

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962.

We currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Maintenance Officer and Health and Safety Lead to join us. Our Maintenance and Repairs department plays a vital role in the smooth running of Squared by currently looking after approximately 800 units; including Squared-owned properties, homes, hostels (both internal and external), houses of multiple occupancy (HMOs) and office premises. Our team provides rapid response and planned maintenance services across Luton & Dunstable

The successful candidate will have experience working within a customer centred environment with experience in carrying out works associated with the maintenance/refurbishment of properties. You will also be responsible for inspecting and carrying out periodic Health and Safety checks for all Squared properties.

You will be self-motivated, have good communication skills, be IT literate and have the skills to plan and prioritise effectively.

You will be reliable and flexible and have a positive approach to work. You will ensure maintenance work is carried out to the highest standards, whilst maintaining health and safety at all times.

Due to the nature of the work, you must have a full clean UK driving licence, a company vehicle will be provided for work purposes. Please note, this role will be subject to a basic DBS check.

So, if you welcome the challenge and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various employee benefits including

- 33 days holiday per year increasing with length of service to a maximum of 38 days,

- Simply Health Cash Plan which allows you to claim back medical expenses such as dental, optical, physio etc

- Amazing company perks including phone insurance, great price cinema tickets, discounted shopping vouchers, plus loads more.

- Incredible Pension Scheme where we will contribute 1.33% to every 1% contributed by you, up to a maximum of 8%.

The closing date for this role is 30th November 2021

Interview date TBC

If you would like to find out more about the role please call 07557436048 or 07741306643.

You can also visit our website www.Squared.org.uk or drop us an email at HRSupport@Squared.org.uk

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Cleaning Operative
Location LU3
Salary £9.00 per hour
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQUWJ674036

Do you want to join Squared on the next stage of their journey?

Do you want to join the #30 Most Inclusive Workplace?

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962

We require a reliable and flexible cleaner for our properties in Luton areas who has a positive approach to work. The work is to be carried out Monday to Friday between the hours of 9am and 5pm.

Your main tasks will be to carry out a range of cleaning activities including:• Cleaning duties (washrooms, toilets, offices and communal areas).• Mopping• Sweeping• Dusting• Vacuuming

Your duty will be to ensure areas are cleaned to the highest standards, whilst maintaining health and safety at all times. You will provide excellent customer service by dealing with resident’s requests promptly and courteously, ensuring equipment is cleaned, maintained and stored correctly. Previous cleaning experience is required, however full site training will be provided. Ability to work independently and use initiative is essential.

Due to the travelling between sites, it is essential that you have a clean valid driving licence and access to own vehicle.

So, if you welcome the challenge, have experience in a similar role and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various amazing company perks including great price cinema tickets, high street discounts and loads more!

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Assistant Resident Coach / Support Worker
Location LU3
Salary £20,000 - £24,000
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQUNM674321

Do you want to join Squared on the next stage of their journey?

Do you want to join the #30 Most Inclusive Workplace?

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962

As an Assistant Resident Coach you will be the primary supporter for residents working with the Resident Coaches to deliver the best possible outcomes for our residents; utilising psychologically informed ways of working to provide a service which is flexible and adaptive to the changing needs of customers and the team.

These are some of the things you will be responsible for in your role:• Comprehensive delivery of the service to residents.• Work in a psychologically informed way, coaching residents in a person-centred way.• Working collaboratively with the Resident Coaching Team to support each other to ensure that residents always receive a consistent standard of positive attitude and appropriate behaviour in the delivery of the service.• Carry out holistic assessments of new residents following referrals, devise and implement support plans and risk management plans.• Carry out daily recordings to evidence the support given and ensure the internal system reflects any changes relating to the resident.• Efficiently liaise with other professionals when needed such as social workers, solicitors, translators, police and education providers.• Conduct daily coaching sessions.• Support all residents on-site and manage your own case load of clients by organising and conducting coaching sessions, attending professionals’ meetings, making referrals to external agencies if needed and offering person-centred support.• Think creatively and practically to deliver the best possible support.• Provide assistance relating to benefit claims and personal contribution charges.

Due to the travelling between sites, it is essential that you have a clean valid driving licence and access to own vehicle.

So, if you welcome the challenge, have experience in a similar role and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various amazing company perks including great price cinema tickets, high street discounts and loads more!

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Part Time Assistant Resident Coach / Asylum Seeker Support Worker
Location LU1
Salary £20,000 - £24,000
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQUVN674976

Do you want to join Squared on the next stage of their journey?

Do you want to join the #30 Most Inclusive Workplace?

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962

As an Assistant Resident Coach you will be the primary supporter for residents working with the Resident Coaches to deliver the best possible outcomes for our residents; utilising psychologically informed ways of working to provide a service which is flexible and adaptiveto the changing needs of customers and the team.

These are some of the things you will be responsible for in your role:• Comprehensive delivery of the service to residents.• Work in a psychologically informed way, coaching residents in a person-centred way.• Working collaboratively with the Resident Coaching Team to support each other to ensure that residents always receive a consistent standard of positive attitude and appropriate behaviour in the delivery of the service.• Carry out holistic assessments of new residents following referrals, devise and implement support plans and risk management plans.• Carry out daily recordings to evidence the support given and ensure the internal system reflects any changes relating to the resident.• Efficiently liaise with other professionals when needed such as social workers, solicitors, translators, police and education providers.• Conduct daily coaching sessions.• Support all residents on-site and manage your own case load of clients by organising and conducting coaching sessions, attending professionals’ meetings, making referrals to external agencies if needed and offering person-centred support.• Think creatively and practically to deliver the best possible support.

Due to the travelling between sites, it is essential that you have a clean valid driving licence and access to own vehicle.

So, if you welcome the challenge, have experience in a similar role and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various amazing company perks including great price cinema tickets, high street discounts and loads more.

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HMO Coordinator / Support Worker at HMO
Location LU1
Salary £23,275 to £24,500
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQUIY674997

Do you want to join Squared on the next stage of their journey?

Do you want to join the #30 Most Inclusive Workplace?

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962.

As a HMO Coordinator, you’ll be at the front line of Squared helping our vulnerable HMO tenants and INSPIRING LIVES.These are some of the things you will be responsible for in your role:• Manage and take responsibility for the smooth running of “Houses in Multiple Occupation” (HMO) properties, once tenants have moved in. (You will be allocated 8 Houses and between 26-32 tenants.)• Build and develop strong relationships with existing and potential customers and colleagues.• Liaise with statutory and voluntary agencies.• Complete an assessment/support plan/risk assessment and implement.• Manage rent arears.• Provide weekly support to tenants as part of their support plan.• Complete tenant induction so that all tenants are aware of their rights and responsibilities.• To provide housing support to HMO residents as appropriate and in-line with Squared policies and procedures.• Keep up to date with the welfare benefit system and any legislative changes.• Promote Squared services to the wider community.• Understand and follow Squared’s policies and procedures always, including Health and Safety, Fairness, Lone Working, SOVA and Child Protection, reporting any concerns as required under legislation and Local Authority procedures.• Take responsibility for undertaking the appropriate level of Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check every 3 years, updating your Manager of any changes in your status.

You may be asked to achieve additional objectives and tasks in order to respond to the needs of the developing service, as part of your own personal development or as the role evolves.

Due to the travelling between sites, it is essential that you have a clean valid driving licence and access to own vehicle.

So, if you welcome the challenge, have experience in a similar role and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various amazing company perks including great price cinema tickets, high street discounts and loads more!

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Part Time Assistant Resident Coach / Support Worker
Location LU3
Salary £20,000 - £24,000
Closing Date 30/11/2021
Reference SQUWO675029

Do you want to join Squared on the next stage of their journey?

Do you want to join the #30 Most Inclusive Workplace?

At Squared we pride ourselves on being a great place to work, where everyone feels fairly treated and enjoys their work in a welcoming and friendly environment. We’re a not-for-profit housing association that has been providing affordable housing in Luton and South Bedfordshire since 1962

As an Assistant Resident Coach you will be the primary supporter for residents working with the Resident Coaches to deliver the best possible outcomes for our residents; utilising psychologically informed ways of working to provide a service which is flexible and adaptive to the changing needs of customers and the team.

These are some of the things you will be responsible for in your role:• Comprehensive delivery of the service to residents.• Work in a psychologically informed way, coaching residents in a person-centred way.• Working collaboratively with the Resident Coaching Team to support each other to ensure that residents always receive a consistent standard of positive attitude and appropriate behaviour in the delivery of the service.• Carry out holistic assessments of new residents following referrals, devise and implement support plans and risk management plans.• Carry out daily recordings to evidence the support given and ensure the internal system reflects any changes relating to the resident.• Efficiently liaise with other professionals when needed such as social workers, solicitors, translators, police and education providers.• Conduct daily coaching sessions.• Support all residents on-site and manage your own case load of clients by organising and conducting coaching sessions, attending professionals’ meetings, making referrals to external agencies if needed and offering person-centred support.• Think creatively and practically to deliver the best possible support.• Provide assistance relating to benefit claims and personal contribution charges.

Support residents to learn independent life skills to enable a successful, planned move-on into the community.• Participate in reflective practice sessions with the team with regards to supporting residents with complex needs.• Utilise knowledge, skills and experience to recognise difficult or challenging resident situations and use appropriate skills to support colleagues to influence and bring about positive change to the residents’ behaviour.• Ensure residents are fully informed of their rights and responsibilities regarding the service and are enabled and empowered to participate in service improvements.• Promote Squared services to the wider community.• Attending networking and partnership meetings to gain support and ideas from external organisations.• Understand and follow Squared’s policies and procedures always, including Health and Safety, Fairness, Lone Working, SOVA and Child Protection, reporting any concerns as required under legislation and Local Authority procedures.• Take responsibility for undertaking the appropriate level of Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check every 3 years, updating your Manager of any changes in your status.

You may be asked to achieve additional objectives and tasks in order to respond to the needs of the developing service, as part of your own personal development or as the role evolves.

Due to the travelling between sites, it is essential that you have a clean valid driving licence and access to own vehicle.

So, if you welcome the challenge, have experience in a similar role and like to work in a collaborative and authentic way that gets results, we’d love to hear from you. In return we can offer various amazing company perks including great price cinema tickets, high street discounts and loads more!

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