Leeds Housing Concern (LHC) is a well-established and respected voluntary sector housing charity that provides a wide range of generic and specialised housing and support services for homeless people. The organisation is committed to working in a supportive enabling way that promotes both social inclusion and service user rights.

All positions are full time (37 hours per week) unless otherwise stated. Any appointment is subject to satisfactory references, an enhanced DBS check and a demonstration of the skills in their applications. LHC offers an excellent employment package that includes generous annual leave, good training and development opportunities and a defined contributory pension scheme. LHC is a registered Charity - Registered Charity No. 515300 Company limited by Guarantee No. 1790817 (England). LHC reserves the right to move staff to other sectors of the organisation as and when required to meet organisation requirements. If you are unable to download an application pack then please contact Central Office on 0113 2760616 or email on to request a pack to be sent out in post. Application form along with Equality and Diversity form should be returned to the Central Office before 12noon on closing date.

Current Vacancies:

We are looking for new Trustee Members to join our Supervisory Board. The Supervisory Board gives guidance on the work of the organisation and would involve attending an average of 6 meetings per year.We are looking for individuals who are committed to unpaid voluntary service. For more information please contact Operations Manager, Frank Vaughan via email at
Community Resettlement Worker
Hours – 37 hours per week
Salary: £19,010.28 per annum

This will initially be a temporary contract until 31st July 2017 with the potential to extend to permanent.
The Women’s Sector Community Team provides time limited accommodation based support to women with complex and multiple needs. Reporting to the Scheme Manager you will work with women paying particular attention to safeguarding, risk assessment and risk management, support planning and tenancy sustainment all of which are designed and developed with the client to provide them with meaningful choice and support. Our aim is to ensure women can obtain and access services to facilitate their move to independent living.
It is essential that the successful candidate has a flexible, non-judgemental approach and the ability to work constructively with women who have complex needs. You will also be able to support women in a way that encourages active engagement and promotes independence.
Ideally you will have had previous experience of working with homeless people. If successful you will be supported by a programme of continuous training, development and support.
If this sounds like the right opportunity for you please call 0113 276 0616 to obtain a job pack or go to downloads sections alternatively email

Leeds Housing Concern (LHC) is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of all children, young people and adults. LHC will take all reasonable steps to promote safe practice and protect children, young people and adults from harm, abuse and exploitation.
Any appointment will be subject to the receipt of a satisfactory enhanced DBS check and references.
Closing date for applications 4pm Thursday 27 October 2016
Interviews to be held: Tuesday 8 November 2016