Temporary Accommodation Officer

Job Type:
Permanent
Job Sector:
Other
Region:
East Midlands
Location:
Nottingham
Salary:
£23,866 to £25,463 per annum
Salary Description:
Up to UKP 25463 per year
Posted:
25/09/2018
Recruiter:
Nottingham City Homes
Job Ref:
MP-1709-23583

 
Temporary Accommodation Officer
£23,866 to £25,463 per annum
37 hours per week
Nottingham
 
Nottingham City Homes has been awarded Landlord of the Year at the 2018 UK Housing Award and manages more than 27,000 homes across the city on behalf of Nottingham City Council. Our vision is to ‘create homes and places where people want to live’. All of our homes have reached the decent homes standard and, as part of our ‘Building a better Nottingham’ programme, we are building hundreds of new council homes – the biggest programme of its kind for a generation. At Nottingham City Homes, we offer an excellent benefits package with a minimum of 25 days’ holiday, flexible working, training and personal development, an additional holiday purchase scheme, lifestyle benefits, childcare vouchers and a defined pension scheme (company contribution on average is 16%).
Our dedicated team, close to the heart of Nottingham needs your help to support homeless families in the City.
 
The role involves providing housing related support to residents in a homeless families hostel and supporting families living in dispersed temporary accommodation properties in the Nottingham City area.
 
You will have experience of completing and reviewing support plans and have the knowledge to address financial, housing, health, education and training support needs of our residents. Our residents’ welfare is at the heart of what we do, and you will work with outside agencies to make sure they receive the support, advice, counselling and training they need to help them sustain future tenancies. You will have experience of dealing with customers who can at times be challenging and you will be at ease dealing with difficult and sensitive issues, such as domestic violence and anti-social behaviour. You must have a good record of monitoring rent payments to ensure the accommodation charge is paid in full every week, minimising the possibility of any rent arrears.
 
Your background supporting and advising vulnerable families will come with a first rate knowledge of housing and welfare benefits, coupled with an excellent understanding of the issues around homelessness. A good communicator backed with solid IT skills you will either hold or be willing to work towards an NVQ level 2 in Customer Services Management, or equivalent qualification.
 
We are looking for a strong team player, but someone equally capable of working under their own steam, able to juggle conflicting priorities in a very demanding environment.
 
This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS check
If you want to be part of a team that’s making a real difference, click on the apply link to visit our website.
 
Closing date: 08 October 2018 - This may be subject to change based on volume of suitable applications
 
We welcome applications from all sections of our diverse workforce.

Contact Details:
Nottingham City Homes
Tel: 0200 000 0000
Contact: Jade Norton
Email:

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