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Vacancies last updated 23rd May 2018

Housing Support Assistant
 

Hill Homes Housing Association needs an experienced, flexible, motivated and diligent Sheltered Housing Support Assistant on a permanent part-time basis. You will be working hours 15 per week, ideally over 4 or 5 days which are flexible.

Benefits include a salary of up to £9.95 per hour, (equivalent to a full time annual salary of £19,403 for a 37.5 hour week – this post is 15 hours per week) depending on experience and qualifications, 25 days annual leave, pension and training opportunities.  

You will have previous experience working in Social Housing/ Supported Living, which has involved interaction with older or other vulnerable people. You will need 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.

The main role is to enable tenants to live independently within their homes; you will be responsible for assessing tenants’ daily needs by managing support plans.  Helping us to manage repairs, Health and Safety, and lettings will also be important.  Therefore, a positive, can do, flexible approach to the role will be needed. 

Contact Priscilla Heaton on 020 8347 3680, or email for a job description and application form.

Care and Support Workers - Bank Staff

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 £9.95 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.

Contact Patricia Payne on 020 8347 3690, or email for a job description and application form.