Help us end homelessness in Telford


Relationship breakdown, illness, redundancy are all life events that could affect any one of us, putting us at risk of homelessness. Stay believes that with the right support, at the right time, people can realise their dreams and aspirations.  We catch people when they need help, and support them to thrive so they can be the best they can be.  We’re very proud to work with a range of statutory, third sector and business partners to provide comprehensive services in order to carry out our mission to:


  • prevent the causes of homelessness;
  • respond to the immediate needs of those who face homelessness;
  • champion the needs of homeless individuals at every opportunity


We’re looking for kind, compassionate, and practical people who share our vision to end homelessness and are passionate about making a positive difference in people’s lives. You will need a full, valid, UK driving license and car insured for business use. All posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check (expenses met by Stay).

In return we offer a friendly and supportive workplace culture, contributory pension, free parking, mileage expenses, 22 days paid leave, sick pay, fully funded on-the-job training, regular supervision and flexible working where possible.

For further details and an application pack call Kay Bennett on 01952 291904 or email

We are looking to recruit:

A Blue Light Project Worker.  36 hours per week. 12-month contract.  £20,050

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an innovative national project looking at addressing alcohol addiction. Working in partnership with other organisations you will have an opportunity to make a real impact on peoples lives as well as showcase your skills and abilities to a wide audience.

The Blue Light project is Alcohol Change UK’s national initiative to develop alternative approaches and care pathways for drinkers who struggle with change. You will progress a 12-month early implementation process, which will involve working with statutory partners to identify and co-ordinate the care of a caseload of clients who currently impact heavily on frontline services. You will apply assertive outreach techniques that reduce harm and minimise risk.


For further details and an application pack, please contact Kay Bennett by telephone 01952 291904 or by email: