Housing Advice Worker – Affordable Housing
The Housing Advice Worker will provide a housing advice and advocacy service to customers who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Based in a Housing Centre in Newtown, Birmingham the service will assess housing and support needs, give housing advice, and provide advocacy and referrals into appropriate private rented accommodation and SP funded support services. The key aim is to prevent or relieve homelessness for single people and childless couples aged 25+.
Title: Housing Advice Worker
Location: Housing Centre, Newtown, Birmingham
Salary: £16,864 rising to £17,752 per annum after successful completion of probationary period
Hours: 39 hours per week
Contract Type: Temporary
Building relationships is at the heart of what they do. So it’s no surprise they’re so passionate about their people. After all, they’re just as passionate about the communities they serve.
They’re committed to becoming one of the most efficient providers of affordable housing and community investment services. And while they exist to put customers first, create opportunity and enthuse their customers, they also strive to create an ambitious, inclusive place to work, where they recognise that every single one of them makes a difference.
They are looking for an enthusiastic, flexible individual who is able to work on their own initiative. You will be able to communicate with people from diverse backgrounds and have the unique ability to diffuse any given situation. If you have experience of working with a vulnerable customer group, believe you are able to deal with people in an assertive, fair and consistent manner and you would like to be part of this innovative service, then they would like to hear from you. In return they offer generous rewards and opportunities for development.
Closing Date: 4th December 2016
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