Temp - £13 P/H
Kent
Posted 3 weeks ago

Marks Consulting Partners are currently looking for a Support Officer to work with one of our Housing Association clients in Kent. 

What the job will be doing

  • Provide a high quality support service for customers, assisting them to achieve their identified outcomes and goals
  • Signpost and support customers to access additional external support and resources including: primary healthcare, statutory services, criminal justice and legal services, DWP and job centres, health and well-being services, counselling and therapeutic programmes.
  • Participate in the selection of new referrals helping to maintain performance targets on lettings and allocations
  • Facilitate needs and risk assessments with and for customers; develop risk management plans, raise awareness of identified risk issues with local managers and promote customer safety

What you will need

  • Knowledge of the social care sector and relevant legislation including housing/homelessness
  • The ability to work proactively as part of a team coupled with a ‘can do’, positive attitude
  • A good understanding of the needs of customers in supported accommodation, supported living and other social care settings
  • A good understanding of the needs of customers living in the community including outreach

How to Apply

If you would like any further details about this position, please contact Ollie at Marks Consulting Partners.

If this job is not quite right for you but you are looking for something new, please contact us for a confidential discussion.

Marks Consulting Partners specialise in contract and permanent recruitment of technical property staff for the public sector including housing associations, local authorities, and related private sector companies. We do not advertise all of our vacancies so please give us a call and register with us to be notified of all suitable roles. 

Industry

Housing

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Job Category

Housing

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