Housing & Support Services for vulnerable people in Lincoln
Job Title: Senior Housing Officer - Grade 5
Salary range: £25,305 to £26,332 plus allowances
Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 13th December 2020
Interviews will take place on 7th and 8th January 2021
Are you a passionate, energetic, and inspirational individual who can make a tangible difference?
Our client is a local charity with services across Lincoln and Gainsborough supporting vulnerable young people and adults to change lives, building stronger communities, and generating independence.
The company works tirelessly to support homeless people to recover from their personal issues and break down the barriers that they face. Homelessness is much more than just a housing issue, so they provide a range of accommodation and support services to help people reach their full potential.
Their aim is to inspire those they accommodate to embrace new opportunities and to be the very best they can. Through a person-centred support framework, they enable vulnerable people to have new experiences, develop skills to become independent and to make a positive contribution to society.
If you are the right person, you will discover a group of incredible people who all work hard together to provide safe and secure accommodation for those who need it. The company will also invest in training you through the Chartered Institute of Housing to gain a qualification and expert knowledge and skills in the housing sector.
As a Senior Housing Officer, you will lead, motivate, and supervise a staff team whilst upholding good practice and the company's values. When you are not busy with leadership duties, you will work with their tenants, take part in support reviews and oversee administration and maintenance.
- Ensuring there is an effective and capable staff team who can provide services as required, utilising both internal and external resources
- Providing supervision, advice, support and motivation to the staff team
- Delivering performance targets and maintain awareness of current issues in housing, health and social care services
- Ensuring a safe and secure environment for everyone who lives or works in, or visits the projects
Applicants must be self-motivated, reliable, and dedicated to the aims and ethos of the company. A full driving licence, business insurance and access to a vehicle is essential along with a willingness to provide some Out of Hours services and be willing to work some unsociable hours.
If you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to be considered for this role at this reputable company, then please proceed through the following link: https://#removed#/job-vacancies- where you will be able to download an application form and return to the email address provided.
Please note that the company does not accept CVs.
The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and vulnerable adults. It is important to note that they are required to contact all previous employers that involved you working with young people and/or vulnerable adults in order to ascertain the reason for your leaving that employment.
An enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) disclosure will be required for this position.
In accordance with Part 7 of the immigration Act 2016 (Fluency Duty), the ability to converse at ease with customers and provide advice in accurate spoken English is essential for the post.