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Working for Harmoni
Our staff at both Strickland’s Care Village and Utility Street Hostel go the extra mile to ensure high quality support and care for our customers. Our values-based approach means our staff all share the same key aims in delivering our services to our customers. Working together, dignity and respect, learning and reflection and commitment to quality care and support is at the heart of everything we do at Harmoni. If you feel you have the right values to work with Harmoni and want a rewarding and exiting new career, then we want to hear from you.
Our Workplace Values
- Dignity and Respect
- Learning and Reflection
- Working Together
- Commitment to Quality Support and Care
- Paid NISCC Registration and Access NI Checks
- Full Induction Training
- 28 Days Annual Leave (plus 1 extra day for every year in the service up to 33 days)
- Opportunities for Further Education – HSC Level 2 + 3 + 4 Qualifications
- Flexible Hours
- Company Pension
- Free Parking
- Refer a Friend Bonus
Accommodation and Community Support Worker
Location: Utility Street Men’s Homeless Hostel, Belfast
Hours: Permanent, 37.5 hours per week on a rota basis (Monday – Sunday)
Hostel Night Support Worker
Location: Utility Street Men’s Hostel, Belfast
Rate: £10.15-£10.82 per hour
Hours: Various Hours (Monday – Sunday) Awake Nights
Support Care Worker
Location: Strickland’s Care Village, Bangor
Rate: £9.35 - £9.50 per hour
Hours: Various Hours (Monday – Sunday rota)
What's Happening at Harmoni
What our staff say about working for Harmoni
I enjoy this job because I give people a voice, guidance and support when they need it most. Being in this position clients can feel vulnerable, lost and hopeless with no clear direction on how to progress. As a support worker I thrive off motivating key clients, assessing their needs and engaging them with services to prepare them before moving on to a stable sustainable tenancy.
I like working at the Utility Street Hostel because I'm always meeting new people. It's very rewarding helping our service users move on to independent living after their stay with us.
Harmoni is a unique environment to work in, we have such a variety of tenants , with such varying degrees of disabilities , so I like to think that we are like a self-contained village within our local community. From the very first day that I came to work here, it felt ‘Homely and Caring’ and although it was very different then ,I do feel that we have managed to maintain those underlying characteristics. I have been able, over the years, to establish good working relationships with many of the tenants, some of whom where here on my first day and many of them have genuinely inspired me and taught me new ways to see life. I have watched tenants through the support of the organisation , develop and grow, enabling them to lead fulfilling, happy lives. There is something very special about working here, it gets into your heart and my job does have it’s challenges but they are far outweighed by the rewards.