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May

South Liverpool Homes Vacancies

South Liverpool Homes (SLH) is a housing association responsible for over 3,700 homes in South Liverpool. It is helping to transform the area through major investment, pioneering partnerships and by placing the people at the heart of everything it does.

Wellbeing & Homelessness Officer

Salary: £26,581 – £27,980 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract: 12-month fixed-term

This is an opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed individual to join the Community Services Team. Working in partnership with homelessness, mental health and health agencies, you will act as a lead advocate and expert within SLH, responsible for developing pathways to greater independence for vulnerable customers supporting them to access and sustain tenancies.

You will collaborate, plan and co-ordinate a joined up approach to homelessness, health and wellbeing and mental health service provision within SLH neighbourhoods providing specialist training for colleagues, customers and stakeholders and developing opportunities for new service provisions.

Experience of building partnerships, developing service and developing funding applications is essential for this role. The successful candidate will have a proven track record of inter-agency collaboration and experience of working with customers with multi-complex needs. You will possess excellent communication skills and be able to prioritise and manage you workload as well as work effectively as part of a team. A high level of understanding and awareness of relevant legislation and service provisions is essential for this role.

Read more and apply online.

Closing date: Friday 15 June 2018

Tenancy Sustainability Officer

Salary: £27,204 – £28,636 per annum
Hours: 35 hours per week
Contract: 12-month fixed-term

This is an opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed individual to join the Tenancy Sustainability Team. You will be responsible for the delivery of a tenancy sustainment service to SLH vulnerable tenants to help them to establish or maintain stable accommodation and gain the necessary skills to sustain an independent tenancy. You will identify, manage and maintain a caseload of vulnerable tenants with potential complex needs undertaking home visits, completing needs assessments and carrying out tasks for tenants who have been referred to the service providing advice and support as required.

Knowledge of statutory and voluntary sector sustainment agencies is essential to the role as well as up to date awareness housing and welfare benefits legislation, household budgeting and fuel poverty and obligations in the terms of tenancy agreements.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record of sustainment, housing management or community support work in a related field. You will also have experience of managing and prioritising you own workload as well as the ability to work effectively as part of a team.

Read more and apply online.

Closing date: Wednesday 13 June 2018

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