Vacancies last updated 30th October 2019
Hill Homes has an exciting opportunity for a Housing Support Officer to join the team based in Highgate, London. The successful candidate will join us on a full-time permanent basis and will receive a competitive salary of £19,793 per annum.
Hill Homes is a small specialist Housing Association based in Highgate, providing individualised packages of care to older people.
Our aim is to improve the quality of life of our customers, building confidence and skills to allow them to live independently. We view all our customers as individuals with specific needs, treating them with respect and dignity, and focusing on achieving real results.
The ideal Housing Support Officer will provide practical and emotional social support to vulnerable elderly people to help them sustain their home and tenancy. The role holder will assist tenants and service users to maximise their full potential for independent living and enhanced quality of life. We will look to you to support our service users to take part in social, recreational and educational activities both within the scheme and the local community. You will be able to provide support in partnership with other community and care service providers.
Above all you will work with us to ensure each service user is treated as an individual with respect for their privacy, dignity and independence.
Key Responsibilities of the Housing Support Officer
Skills, Knowledge and Experience required by the Housing Support Officer
If you have an enthusiastic can-do attitude and a willingness to challenge yourself in order to push your learning and progress your career as our Housing Support Officer, please apply as below.
Care & Support Workers - Bank
Hill Homes Care is looking for highly motivated, flexible and conscientious Care and Support Workers, on a bank basis.
Benefits include a salary of up to £10.15 per hour depending on experience and qualifications, 25 days equivalent annual leave accrued pro-rata, and training opportunities.
Ideally you will have at least 1 year’s experience within a care and support environment which has involved interaction with older people, either Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care or an NVQ Level 2 (or equivalent) and be a good team player with the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team.
However, most importantly you will have a can-do, positive attitude and a flexible approach to work, be passionate about supporting older people and promote independence.