Wolverhampton Church Shelter
The Wolverhampton Church Shelter continues to offer overnight accommodation for the homeless. Referrals are accepted from partner agencies (The Good Shepherd Trust, P3 Charity, St George’s, the Refugee Migrant Centre, SUIT and Recovery Near You).
Re:Gen Operations Manager Sought
Re:Gen Maintenance Services is a start-up Social Enterprise that has been trading for the past nine months as a pilot project birthed out of the Wolverhampton Church Shelter. Re:Gen is a painting-and-decorating business providing a professional service to customers, as well as accommodation and training to former homeless people from the Wolverhampton Shelter. Re:Gen is all about creating a future for people who had given up all hope through a free residential training course.
Re:Gen is seeking to hire an Operations Manager for three to five days per week, to take on responsibility for growing the project, developing local partnerships, implementing an accredited training scheme and running the day-to-day operations. The starting salary is £25k pro rata. The ideal candidate would have experience of working in a trade environment; be a Social Entrepreneur with a capacity for business development; be capable of working within a team context as well as independently, and be passionate about social justice, homelessness in particular.