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Tenancy Support Officer (two positions available)
Adref Ltd

Location: Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taff
Salary: £19430- £24174
Closing Date: 19 January, 2018

2 x Full time hours, 35 Hours per week. Funded until May 2019.

We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with excellent interpersonal and organisational skills to provide tenancy related support to vulnerably housed individuals.

Applicants should have an understanding of the issues around homelessness and empathy for the client group. Successful applicants will ideally have experience of providing support to a challenging client group, although this is not essential. However the ability to prioritise and manage a caseload is crucial as are good administration, negotiation and record keeping skills. Access to a car and a full driving licence are essential. A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check will be requested for this post. As well as a competitive salary, we offer a very generous pension scheme, up to 30 days annual leave (+8 bank holidays); in addition to this our full attendance scheme makes a further 5 days possible.

How to Apply:

Application Packs can be downloaded from: Adref Ltd, 54-55 Bute Street, Aberdare, RCT, CF44 7LD. Tel: 01685 878755. E-mail: CVs will not be accepted.

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Refuge Coordinator
Women's Aid RCT

Location: Rhondda Cynon Taff
Salary: £26,539- £27,323 per annum
Closing Date: 31 January, 2018

Closing time for applications is 31st January 2018 at 5pm.

Women's Aid – RCT is looking to recruit a highly experienced individual to coordinate the day to day operational management of WA-RCT's refuge facilities across RCT providing crisis accommodation for women and children affected by Domestic Abuse.

Main duties will include:

•To manage and coordinate our specialist emergency accommodation (refuge) based support services.

•To lead and manage the Refuge-based staffing team, ensuring that services are provided to a high and consistent standard across all refuges.

•Increasing and monitoring outcomes for service users.

•To ensure that the refuge based services provide a safe and supportive environment for service users in compliance with housing law and the requirements of funders, auditors and social housing landlords.

•To oversee the safeguarding of service users and their children whilst accommodated within the service.

*This is a female only position exempt under the Equality Act 2010 pursuant to Schedule 9, Part 1.

**Appointments are subject to WA-RCT receiving an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service which we consider acceptable.

How to Apply:

Shortlisting and candidates invited to interview – 2nd February 2018 Interviews to take place on – 7th February 2018 (All day assessment style) To Apply: visit -

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Support Workers

Location: Swansea/Neath Port Talbot
Salary: £15150 per annum rising to £16000 per annum from 01/04/2018
Closing Date: 19 January, 2018

Support Workers - Swansea/Neath Port Talbot

Hours: 37hrs per week

Salary: £15150 per annum rising to £16000 per annum from 1st April 2018

Contract: Permanent

Location: Swansea Project Base

Closing Date for Applications: 9am, Friday 19th January 2018

Interview Date: Tuesday 30th January 2018


The posts are subject to an enhanced DBS check.

We are committed to employing a workforce that is representative of our client group, and welcome applications from people who have direct experience of mental health problems.

How to Apply:

Download an application pack:

E-mail your application to or post to Gofal, Second Floor, Derwen House, 2 Court Road, Bridgend, CF31 1BN

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Tenancy Support Worker

Location: Swansea
Salary: £18,966
Closing Date: 22 January, 2018

Closing date is midday on 22nd January 2018.

Working as part of a small team you will provide housing related support to young people housed in the Swansea area. Thanks to a years experience of working with disadvantaged young people you will be committed to providing a first class service. We are looking for an excellent communicator who is able to motivate others.

The Tenancy Support Worker will work as a member of a staff team to provide additional housing management and support to young people housed by SYSHP into social and private rented housing in the Swansea area. To provide housing management and support service to young people in line with SYSHP's policies and procedures. To share responsibility for the successful running of the Supported Housing and Floating Support Projects.

Duties and responsibilities:

1. To provide direct support to young people as part of a planned package of support, designed according to individual need.

2. To provide an efficient, responsive and sympathetic housing management service in partnership with Social and Private Rented Landlords. 3. To provide practical support and information to enable young people to take on and manage the tenancy. This will include good neighbour relations, rubbish management and supporting the young person in keeping their property clean.

4. To set goals and participate in regular reviews with young people to assess and evaluate progress made.

5. To encourage and enable young people to obtain and use facilities and services within the Project, their community and from other agencies. This will involve liaison with other staff members and a range of statutory and voluntary agencies and to continue to promote established networks with other agencies.

6. To work with young people to identify and access appropriate sources of income. This will include ensuring that young people access their full entitlement to benefits including assistance through the review process.

7. To work with young people in Temporary Accommodation to identify and secure suitable move on options into permanent accommodation.

8. To work with the young person to successfully complete their contract and to enable them to adjust to living independently, after the support of the Project is withdrawn.

9. To develop and maintain positive relationships with the young people, working in partnership with them towards their empowerment. This involves supporting the young person in the development of their potential and skills as tenants, as individuals living independently and as members of the community.

10. To plan and deliver a programme of activities designed to encourage participation among young people. The programme will focus on life and social skills, personal development and health issues.

11. To encourage the involvement of young people in group activities and in the management of the project.

12. To undertake the necessary administration and to ensure full and adequate recording and passing on of information.

13. To contribute to the development and review of SYSHP policy and procedures.

14. To access, compile and collate a range of resources including training and support materials and to develop a network of contacts and to share this information with the staff team.

15. To receive regular supervision and to use this in conjunction with staff appraisal and training to further professional development. This includes taking part in staff meetings and development days.

16. To take part in the monitoring, reviewing and evaluation of the work in conjunction with project staff and young people.

17. To comply with and promote the Health and Safety at Work legislation and SYSHP policies on health and safety.

18. To comply with and promote SYSHP's equal opportunities policy and procedures.

19. To undertake other duties as may be reasonably required as directed by the Project Co-ordinator.

How to Apply:

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