Welfare and Housing Associate Professionals
Workers in this unit group provide pastoral care relating to religious denominations, and a variety of welfare-related services including advice on benefits, health, disability and residential care.
More about this Career
New workers start around £10283. Normal pay is £25454 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £37351.
Job counts include both employed and self-employed persons, and do not distinguish between full- and part-time jobs.
- Performs pastoral care duties, preaches sermons and conducts some services in accordance with the relevant faith or denomination.
- Keeps up to date with legislation.
- Maintains records and compiles reports on clients.
- Helps to put together care plans and follows professional.
- Organises day, residential and home care services.
- Assists and liaises with professionals in social work, the probation service and related welfare areas.
- Advises individuals and families experiencing problems about available resources to assist them.
- Advises on rights and entitlements in relation to benefits, health, discrimination and welfare.