Near Year, New Career...We are recruiting for a friendly and responsible Housing Officer who is passionate about quality supported housing and wants to make a difference to people’s lives.
Hours: Variety of hours available, ranging from full time and part time, to casual shifts that can fit around your commitments
Salary: £8.75 per hour / £17,128.13 per annum (pro rata)
Benefits: Discounted childcare during school holidays for just £50 per week for your children at our client’s holiday camps, as well as our before and after School clubs, free Gym Membership at YMCA Gym or discounted external gym membership, discounted Cross Fit membership, access to free private counselling sessions, generous annual leave entitlement, Death in Service benefits, access to a Pension Scheme and much, much more.
About the role:
Our client’s Housing Officer role is a front of house position where no two days are quite the same. You will be responsible for patrolling the premises, engaging with residents, running activity sessions, monitoring CCTV, managing the reception desk and acting as the first point of call for incidents and emergencies amongst other duties.
You’ll contribute to resident’s daily lives by providing a friendly and welcoming reception service, helping with allocations of accommodation and completing routine safety checks and basic maintenance.
As a Housing Officer for our client, you will be empathetic, energetic and compassionate. You will bring with you the following skills and experience:
- Experience of working in a supported housing or supported living environment is desirable
- Confident in lone working situations
- A good understanding of conflict resolution
- Meticulous record keeping and attention to detail
- Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
- A strong understanding of safeguarding
Whilst the skills above are essential to the role, above all else we are looking for candidates that share our client’s core values of Honesty, Respect, Caring and Responsibility and who will share in their mission for Social Responsibility, Youth Development and Healthy Living. If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you.
Other roles you may have experience of could include: Supported Living Officer, Housing Support Officer, Support Worker, Housing Manager, Community Support Worker, Supported Housing Officer, Homeless Support Worker, Community Development Officer, Neighbourhood Housing Officer, Social Housing Officer, Sheltered Housing etc.