Our client is a registered Housing Association, offering accommodation, a wide range of support services and innovative effective solutions for those with complex needs. This is an interesting time to join them as they have ambitious plans to grow, diversify and strengthen the business, increasing and improving a property portfolio, ensuring service sustainability, high levels of customer satisfaction and value for money.
Passionate, Creative, Equal, Empowering and Sustainable
The Clubhouse Recovery Network (CRN) service will work closely with local schools, GP's and businesses offering outreach mental health support to adults and families. This approach is based on the social prescribing method of support. Individuals will be supported on a 1-2-1 basis, group activity and have access to volunteering and education opportunities
- £26,048.82 pro rata (£13,024.41)
- 18.5 Hours per week, Permanent
- Job Ref: A406
You will be offered a contributory pension scheme, group income protection, occupational sick pay, childcare vouchers, healthcare cash plan, up to 40 days annual leave and provide excellent training and learning opportunities. In their latest staff survey, 91% of employees said that they are proud to work at Brighter Futures and would recommend working here to a friend.
Full information please apply here and our client will be in direct contact
Closing date for applications is Friday 10th August 2018. Interviews will be held on Wednesday 15th August 2018.
About our client
An equal opportunities employer. The ability to speak a second language is desirable but not essential. Applicants who are British Sign Language trained are welcomed
You will be an appropriately qualified professional with a senior leadership background in housing management, Property Services and/or property development and a solid knowledge of social and/or supported housing and relevant legislation, who can contribute to strategic thinking, yet retain a clear oversight of day to day operations. You will be an experienced leader and have a track record of leading and developing staff, solid project management skills and high-level influencing, relationships building and negotiation skills. Equally important will be your shared views of their values.
IIP and Equal Opportunities Employer who are proud of their commitment and track record of developing staff, so they are happy to consider someone of whom this is their first Director position. We also welcome applications from all sectors of the community, particularly from under-represented groups.
If you would like further information, please apply here and our client will be in direct contact.
Closing Date: Tuesday 31st July 2018 at 09:00am
Providing effective solutions to complex needs
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