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Income Officer
Monmouthshire Housing Association

Location: Mamhilad, Monmouthshire NP4 0JJ
Salary: Band 5.1, £26,368.13 per annum (new employees will be appointed onto 95% or 100% of this depending on experience until successful completion of probation)
Closing Date: 29 November, 2019

Looking for an exciting opportunity to be part of a top-performing Income Recovery team? Excellent people skills, a passion for great services and desire to create sustainable tenancies? We want to hear from you!

Monmouthshire Housing Association's main purpose is to provide and manage affordable homes in Monmouthshire for people who need them. The Association manages and maintains around 3,600 homes and 290 leasehold properties, as well as large numbers of garages and other land around and within our estates.

Requirement: Have a current driving licence and have use of a car.
The post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Check

Hours: 37

Closing date: Friday 29th November 2019

Please note CVs are not accepted.

Please check your email (including junk) for communications updating you on the progress of your application.

All of our positions are open to flexible working subject to application through our Flexible Working Policy.

For more information please go to https://www.monmouthshirehousing.co.uk/work-with-us/

If you experience any difficulties with the website, please contact Networx Recruitment on 01943 467766

 

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Senior Support Worker
The Wallich

Location: Wrexham
Salary: £19, 566 per annum pro rata
Closing Date: 29 November, 2019

Interview date is 6th December 2019 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday

The Rough Sleeper Intervention Team project operates across Wrexham working with rough sleepers providing basic humanitarian aid in the community, with the aim of engaging vulnerable individuals in support services and signposting to relevant support. The project is funded through a charitable foundation.

Purpose of Role

To coordinate and provide support that enables and empowers Service Users to address housing and/or personal difficulties, build their skills and confidence, and ultimately improve their ability to access and maintain accommodation. The support will not create or increase dependence. It will 'do with' rather than 'do for'. Support will help people improve their control, understanding and involvement in dealing with the issues that affect them, and assist Service Users to achieve their preferred outcomes. This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS

Project Description The Rough Sleeper Intervention Team project operates across Wrexham working with rough sleepers providing basic humanitarian aid in the community, with the aim of engaging vulnerable individuals in support services and signposting to relevant support. The project is funded through a charitable foundation. Purpose of Role To coordinate and provide support that enables and empowers Service Users to address housing and/or personal difficulties, build their skills and confidence, and ultimately improve their ability to access and maintain accommodation. The support will not create or increase dependence. It will ‘do with’ rather than ‘do for’. Support will help people improve their control, understanding and involvement in dealing with the issues that affect them, and assist Service Users to achieve their preferred outcomes. This role is subject to an Enhanced DBS

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Senior Support Worker - Cardiff Solutions Service X2
The Wallich

Location: Cardiff
Salary: £19, 566 pro rata, per annum
Closing Date: 25 November, 2019

The Service operates in Cardiff working with Service Users (the majority of whom are rough sleepers) who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. The Service helps people to find solutions to the problems they are facing. The Service aims to engage vulnerable adults into support services, either by providing or signposting the relevant support, thereby preventing instances of homelessness and increasing independence. The project is funded on a temporary basis by Cardiff Council.

Purpose of Role

To coordinate and provide support that enables and empowers Service Users to address housing and/or personal difficulties, needs, build their skills and confidence, and ultimately improve their ability to access and maintain accommodation. The support provided will not create or increase dependence. It will 'do with' rather than 'do for', so it's likely that support will sometimes involve accompanying Service Users initially, in order to familiarise them with an activity or appointment. Support will help people improve their control, understanding and involvement in dealing with the issues that affect them, and assist Service Users to achieve their preferred outcomes.

How to Apply:

To apply, please complete an online application form via the below link: https://careers.thewallich.net/templates/Wallich/jobdetail.aspx?raparam=35755A4336703179705953615551436C587944435869356955754C59522B564C

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Dual Diagnosis Project Worker - CHT (X 3)
The Wallich

Location: Cardiff
Salary: £19, 566 per annum
Closing Date: 9 December, 2019

Project Description

The project is located in Cardiff and works with homeless and vulnerably housed people. The service provides residential support with the aim of meeting individuals' needs, which promote independence and lead to a sustainable move-on. The project also provides housing related support within people's homes or in the community, with the aim of preventing homelessness and increasing independence. Ty Tarian is a Women's Only hostel and operates as part of the CHT project. The project is funded through the Supporting People Programme Grant and is required to meet the Welsh Government's National Outcomes Framework.

The Framework's four main aims are:

• Promoting Personal and Community Safety

• Promoting Independence and Control

• Promoting Economic Progress and Financial Control

• Promoting Health and Wellbeing

To promote and teach life skills to Service Users in order to encourage adaptive and positive behaviour that will enable them to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. These skills will have a positive impact on their wellbeing and aid individuals to develop into active and productive members of their communities. This will be achieved through the provision of residential support that enables and empowers Service Users to address housing/and or personal difficulties, build their skills and confidence, and ultimately improve their ability to maintain their current or future accommodation.

This support will not create or increase dependence. It will 'do with' rather than 'do for' to enable people to improve their control, understanding and involvement in dealing with the issues that affect them, and assist Service Users to achieve their preferred outcomes. In addition, the role will meet the housing management needs of the project ensuring the delivery of a safe, secure and effective service. This job is subject to Enhanced DBS disclosure

How to Apply:

To apply, please complete an online application via the below link: https://careers.thewallich.net/templates/Wallich/jobdetail.aspx?raparam=644C636C37512B75517142344A384C516379472B306372796C794D53382B6452

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