Casual Bank Workers – Monday to Friday

If you think you would you enjoy the variety and challenges of working in a hostel for former rough sleepers and homeless people, read on…  

Maybe you have previous experience of working in a similar organisation, or you might be looking for something completely different.  You may be thinking of applying for a Casual Worker role for work experience as your first or second job?  Whatever the reason, it’s important that you bring a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude to your work.

No two days are the same when you join our casual bank team.  That means you will be doing a variety of jobs to help us keep Branches Hostel running smoothly. You will be working alongside our permanent Support Staff team, Reception and Night Concierges.

Summary of Conditions

Rate: £9.00 per hour

Hours:  Work is offered on an ad hoc basis. We will offer shifts as and when needed. Shifts: 8am to 4pm; 12noon to 6pm; 12noon to 8pm; 2pm to 6pm; 2pm to 8pm; or 4pm to 8.30pm.

We may offer you suitable work, if it is available.  However, Branches Hostel is under no obligation to offer you work and you are under no obligation to accept any offer of work from us.

As a Casual Bank Worker you will not be entitled to organisational or statutory sick pay and you will not be eligible to join Branches’ occupational pension scheme. Under the Working Time Regulations 1998 as amended by the Working Time (Amendment) Regulations 2001 you are entitled to paid annual leave at the rate of 5.6 weeks per complete year of work on a pro-rata basis.

How to apply

Send a CV, and a Supporting Statement (not more then one page) telling us why you want to join our Casual Bank Team and what you will bring to the role.

This is a rolling recruitment campaign. We hold interviews every month. If you are successful with your application, we will call you within 2 weeks for an interview. And if you are successful at interview, we will add your name to our list of Casual Bank Team. To join our Casual Bank Team you will need to have a current, basic Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) certificate. If you do not have a DBS,  you must be able to apply for one.