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Hornsey Housing Trust:
Support Services Officer
RESPONSIBLE TO: Housing of Housing / Housing Support Coordinator
SALARY RANGE: £30,224
PRIMARY LOCATION: Sheltered Housing Scheme / Secondary – other properties
Closing date: 9th February 2023
Hornsey Housing Trust was formed in 1933 by Margaret Hill, CBE, whose primary objective was to “convert houses for the occupation of more than one family” and to aid ‘old aged pensioners’. Today, Hornsey Housing Trust owns and manages 385 properties within the London Borough of Haringey.
OBJECTIVES OF THE POST:
To provide efficient and high quality housing support services to colleagues and clients and to ensure that the functions of the post are carried out efficiently, effectively and with professionalism. The ideal candidate will have worked within a fast paced organisation previously, be able to work proactively, must be confident and have excellent communication skills. In terms of personality, you will be engaging and comfortable working alongside a diverse group of people and have both empathy and sensitivity towards the needs of others. The ideal candidate should have good people skills and have the ability to ensure the delivery of an effective high quality service to tenants in both our sheltered housing schemes and to develop and maintain constructive relationships with tenants, carers, partner organisations and service providers, and members of the public from the wider community.
For more information including details of how to apply, please download the full Recruitment Pack here.
Christian Action Housing: 4 new roles
Christian Action Housing is recruiting for 4 positions:
• Operations Manager – Young People Services/Engagement
• Housing Officer
• Support Worker – Young People Services
Our Association was founded in 1966 by a group of local church groups in response to the desperate need in the local area for affordable rental housing. Christian Action has grown into a vital local provider of accommodation in four North London boroughs. We are a diverse, fun and friendly team whose mission is to provide high quality and affordable support and services to those in housing need.
For full details of each role, please download the relevant advert/job description below:
Alternatively, visit the Christian Action website at https://careers.christianaction.org.uk/.
Quo Vadis Trust:
Floating Supported Housing Officer (Mental Health)
Hours: Part time, 10-2, Mon-Fri 20 hours per week (Can offer slight flexibility on start / end times)
Contract: Permanent, part time (6-month probation)
Location: South East London
Quo Vadis Trust (QVT) is a specialist housing charity in South East London. We provide a service to people living have mental health needs and who require support with their housing. QVT currently provides homes to approximately two hundred adults in South East London. Our range of support both on and off the premises helps each individual client to maximise their independence.
Job Purpose: To provide high quality support and consistent tenancy advice for our clients, with the aim of helping them recover, move on and rebuild their lives.