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Vacancies last updated 31st August 2019

Part time Housing Support Assistant

Hill Homes Housing Association needs an experienced, flexible, motivated and diligent Housing Support Assistant on a permanent basis. You will be working 15 hours per week, ideally over 5 days.

You will provide administrative support to the Senior Housing Officer in the delivery of a customer focused service dealing with tenancy management and housing related support, undertaking daily contact with tenants and their representatives. Working as part of the Team you will promote tenancy sustainability, wellbeing, and meet customer needs in the provision of housing and support services.

Benefits include a salary of up to £10.15 per hour, (equivalent to a full time annual salary of £19,792 for a 37.5 hour week – this post is 15 hours per week) depending on experience and qualifications, 25 days equivalent 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. Ideally you will have either Level 2 Diploma in Health & Social Care or an NVQ Level 2 (or equivalent); you will be a good team player with the ability to work within a multi-disciplinary team. Computer literacy is essential, as is the ability to write reports, keep records and manage data.

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 & 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.

Call  020 8347 3690, or email for a job description and application form.